Sunday, 27 September 2009

Pay Per View Hell

WWE Hell in a Cell & WWE Tables, Ladders and Chairs what is WWE doing to their PPVs? I dont' care what TNA are doing with their PPVs and I don't want 3 Cell matches in 1 Year, let alone one night. I work on the system (and WWE use to as well) that they have one of big gimmick (Hell in a Cell, TLC, etc) matches used a year, from Wrestlemania to Wrestlemania. So I wanted to see one Hell in a Cell this year and I would have been great with that. It just takes all of build up out of any main event feud, if they weren't stale enough already. Just think about it, In 2005, Randy Orton and the Undertaker faced off in Hell in a Cell at Armageddon, after a feud going back to Wrestlemania 21, going through SummerSlam and a return by the Undertaker at Survivor Series. A feud that had body doubles (I still don't know how they did that, on the video it is so fake, but the pictures that are on give another angle which is rather freaky), great matches and burning coffins.
And now what has 'Taker got on his hands, CM Punk (nothing against him, but the feud). There hasn't been really any reasoning to why Undertaker has gone after him, just for the hell of it, and their first PPV match was a submission match (thanks to WWE & the revolutionary PPV concept that is Breaking Point) and now their second PPV is a hell in a cell match, why? I know I'm giving criticism to two of the best in the game today, but WWE couldn't have done it worse and that's why it's getting the heat on the net that it should. See, I can deal with Extreme Rules, I actually like that PPV, but HIAC and WWE TLC are stupid. We've already had a TLC match at SummerSlam remember? And I was little pissed when they had a I Quit match at Breaking Point after the Hardys had one at Backlash.
I don't know bout Bragging Rights havent heard whats gonna happen with that PPV and if they have voting please put it back on, meaning people outside the states can vote and meaning the people inside the US don't have to have their hard earn money sucked from a mutli-million dollar company. I want Unforgiven, No Mercy & Armageddon back. Sorry Vince, It's just not working, and it's not Lilian's fought (and you saw sense with that last week).

Tuesday, 22 September 2009

Where's Boogey?

Source: Ryan Clark Former WWE wrestler Marty "The Boogeyman" Wright has apparently gone AWOL. His booking agent, Scott O. Epstein, has been unable to reach him in recent weeks and is at a loss to understand where he is. He coordinated for him to appear at a number of independent venues during the weeks and months ahead which have already been paid for (in part). Epstein issued the following letter regarding his troubling situation with Wright: TO: All Media, fans, talent bookers, promoters, and web site administrators FROM: Scott O. Epstein,Talent agent/publicist, Publicity Management Services “Booker of Champions since 1974) RE: Scheduled appearances with Marty Wright, pka “The Boogie Man” Several weeks ago Marty Wright asked me to be his exclusive booking agent. As such, and in good faith, I arranged for him to be at many independent venues during the weeks and months ahead. Promoters have sent deposits for his appearances. These have been placed in an escrow account by me. In addition I am aware that some promoters have already purchased non-refundable and non-transferable plane tickets for him. Unfortunately, I can no longer contact Mr. Wright. My phone calls, text messages and attempts to contact him through intermediaries have all failed to garner a response. I am at a loss to understand where Marty is. It is beyond unfortunate that I have been unable to contact Marty at this stage of the game. I can’t help but be concerned about his well being since I can’t imagine anyone simply disappearing without regard to their business obligations. Although the better part of my nature is hanging on to the hope that Marty will re-appear to honor the commitments he had me make on his behalf, I must also face the possibility that he may disappoint his fans, and cost promoters money they can’t recoup. These lost funds would include travel plans, advertising and etc. Of course the deposits held in escrow can be returned upon request at any time. My word is my bond and I enjoy an untarnished reputation. It hurts me to know I’m now in the middle of what could end up being a pretty crappy situation. I must make those who have hired Marty, as well as the fans that want to see him know that the possibility exists that Marty may be a “no-show”. I still have faith that he is OK and that he will surface, on time, ready to work and please his fans by his first engagement on September 25th. To those who have hired him I want to suggest that you hang in there a couple more days to see if he contacts me or gets word to me. If I could talk to Marty right this minute I’d say “I’m praying for you, brother. I pray that you’re OK. I also pray that you know the hardest thing to re-capture once it is lost is ‘trust’. In this business if you aren’t trusted, you will not get the work you need nor will you maintain the celebrity status you’ve earned. Scott Epstein

Sunday, 20 September 2009 - The World's Biggest Love Machine Proposes to Lilian Garcia

In honour to Lilian Garcia's last day in the WWE, this Monday Night 21st September, here is the first video in a tribute to the Decade Diva. - Chris Jericho Fozzy Talk (HD) - Triple H Not Welcome at Mayweather Weight-In (HD)

Thursday, 17 September 2009 - Watch Out Kanye, Chris Jericho's Here (HD)

Ted DiBiase Jr, Streak Ender?

Ted DiBiase Jr recently did an interview with, to promote the new Smackdown vs Raw 2010 video game. One thing that came you in the interview, is that he wants to be the person to end the Undertaker's WrestleMania Streak: Jon Robinson ( interviewer): "The new "WWE Smackdown vs Raw 2010" game lets you create your own storyline. If you could write your own future in the business, what would it be?" Ted DiBiase: "I want to defeat The Undertaker at Wrestlemania and break his streak. That would be my ultimate storyline." Jon Robinson: "That would take The Undertaker's story full circle since your dad is the one who introduced him back in the day." Ted DiBiase: "Exactly." Other highlights included him talking about his family and time on the road with legacy: Jon Robinson: "You're teaming with Cody Rhodes [son of Dusty Rhodes], but is there competition between you guys as well since you're both going to eventually be gunning for that same spot on top?" Ted DiBiase: "Yeah, there's competition with everyone. With me and Cody, it's interesting because I have no doubt he will be on top, and I have no doubt that I will be on top, so I think it's one of those things where we feed off of each other and we motivate each other. We're climbing the ladder and that's the really cool thing. He has the same kind of story that I do, so it's really cool to share that with somebody. I have a little brother who is down in FCW as well, so there's a lot to look forward to." Jon Robinson: "So is your brother the next Legacy member?" Ted DiBiase: "I don't know. He's only been down there like six months." Jon Robinson: "How long did it take you to make it up to WWE?" Ted DiBiase: "About six months. [laughs] But he's 21. He's a young guy and he just started. He's doing good, though. He's making good progress." Jon Robinson: "One of the best matches you've had to date was actually against your Legacy teammate, Randy Orton. Was there a lot of pressure for you going into that match as you were trying to prove to everyone that you have what it takes to make it to that top spot?" Ted DiBiase: "There's always that pressure, and especially being in the ring with Randy because he's on top. It's pressure, it's live TV, there are thousands of people watching in the arena and millions watching at home so you want to look good. But that was a cool night for me. I've always wanted to wrestle Randy. We're boys. We're part of the Legacy together right now, but I think the future holds some really cool things, some really cool opportunities." Jon Robinson: "Randy always talks about how traveling with Triple H and Ric Flair changed his career because the vets sat down with him and taught him so much. Does Randy share that knowledge with you and Cody while you guys are on the road?" Ted DiBiase: "Absolutely. Not only do you learn a lot, but Randy always picks up the tab. He's been nothing but help. He offers me help all the time, and he doesn't have to do that, but we share a very special bond, the fact that we're both third-generation wrestlers, so there's that connection there. He's reached out to me and has really made sure that I take the steps that I need to take to hopefully be where he's at one day. We need to build a bigger card. These guys won't be around all the time. Look at D-X … they're old. [laughs] They're old. It's our time now."

Wednesday, 16 September 2009 - Linda 2010

And by the way, when ever she says "business" she means WWE. - WWE Championship "I Quit" Match Recap - Edge & Christian Funny Moments

Wrestling Tweets

Make sure that you follow all of these wrestling personalities on Twitter:
Chavo Guerrero: @mexwarrior
The Bella Twins: @thebellatwins
Zack Ryder: @ZackRyder
Katie Lea Burchill: @dawgkilla
Samoa Joe: @SamoaJoe
Chris Jericho: @IAmJericho
Torrie Wilson: @Torrie11
Eve Torres: @EveMarieTorres
Justin Roberts: @AnnouncerJustin
Layla: @mslayel
Evan Bourne: @findevan
Lilian Garcia: @LilianGarcia
Kelly Kelly: @RealKellyKelly
Kofi Kingston: @TrueKofi
Shad Gaspard: @Shadbeast
Tyler Reks (If you even care about this guy): @Tyler_Reks
Ezekiel Jackson: @ekeielWWE
Bobby Lashley: @fightbobby
Sandman: @realsandman
Candice Michelle: @DIVACANDICEM Paul Heyman/Heyman Hustle: @paulheyman / @HeymanHustle Joy Giovanni: @joygiovanni Matt Morgan: @Tnamattmorgan Lacey Von Erich: @LaceyVonErich
Ted DiBiase Jr: @wweTedDiBiase Ashley Massaro: @ashleymassaro99 Shannon Moore: @TheShannonBrand Jeff Jarrett: @JeffJarrettTNA JB: @JeremyBorash Jillian Hill: @Jillianhall1 Taz(z): @OfficialTaz Rob Van Dam: @TherealRVD Eric Bischoff: @EBischoff Josh Mathews: @wwejoshmathews The Miz: @mikethemiz Howard Finkel: @howardfinkel Ken Anderson: @secondpower Taylor Wilde: @TaylorWilde Matt Hardy: @MATTHARDYBRAND Gregory Helms: @HurricaneHelms Joey Styles: @WWEJoeyStyles WWE Universe: @WWEUniverse WWE: @WWE & Don't forget to follow us, The Dirt Sheet HD: @thedirtsheethd - 3 Biggest C**ks in Wrestling

This is from the WWE Championship Triple Threat Match at Wrestlemania 24, since then we've found out what all these people are really like backstage, thanks in part to Ken Anderson and his two mountains, this is the real and metaphorical one in terms of this picture.

Blast From The Past - September 16th, 2005

On the 16th Spetember 2005, one of the biggest rivalries of 2005, Randy Orton vs Undertaker, progressed to part three on today's episode of Smackdown. Undertaker won at Wrestlemania 21 and Orton had won at SummerSlam, and tonight it took a strange turn. After plenty of back-and-forth action, Orton was able to buy himself some time after a DDT on Undertaker. This allowed Cowboy Bob Orton and some men to back a U-Haul truck up to ringside. The truck actually contained a casket. But Undertaker finally turned the tables, catching Orton with a leg to the head before wearing him down with some hard right hands, a flying shoulder and a big leg drop. Eventually, the action went to the outside, and Taker had Orton on his shoulder ready to place him in the casket. But when he opened the casket, Undertaker saw a spitting image of himself lying there. Undertaker almost appeared spooked as Orton went back on the offensive, even hitting an RKO. But Undertaker would amazingly kick out and then sit up, meaning curtains for Orton. One chokeslam later, the pin was in order until Cowboy Bob interrupted the pin and attacked Undertaker. Taker dispatched of the Hall of Famer before connecting on a Tombstone on Randy and recording the pin. Despite coming out on the losing end, it has become clear that the Ortons are messing with Undertaker's mind like no one before.

Monday, 14 September 2009

Motreal Screwjob take two is good for WWE

At Breaking Point The Undertaker was 'beaten' by CM Punk in the submission match. First part of the screwjob was the fact that Taker's Hell Gate submission hold was still banned. Well that's not true Undertaker's Devil's Triangle submission hold was banned. The difference between the two hold is the positioning of Taker legs. Second part of the screw job was simple the Anaconda Vise was barely applied before the ref called for the bell. Vince has Teddy on probation and now Teddy has become a heel and honestly I am looking forward to the rage of Taker. The reason why the decision is good for business is that Taker has lost without losing face. Also CM Punk is not a transitional champion cause to be honest his joke title reign was the first one. P.S I have recently been informed that this was in fact the 4th Montrel Screwjob however as far as I am concerned it is the second one to actually matter.

Friday, 11 September 2009

This Day in Wrestling History - September 11th

September 11th, of course, is one of the most recognisable dates in recent history, everyone can remember the events and aftermaths of the events of September 11th 2001 (9/11). And today will have the usual remembrance services in name of the 2993 people who lies were lost on this day 8 years ago. Obliviously, Wrestling isn't the biggest thing obvious on this day in history.
2007: ECW came to you from Minneapolis, where on the road to Unforgiven 2007, where ECW Champion CM Punk and Stevie Richards took on #1 Contender Elijah Burke and Kevin Thorn, where the ECW Champion and Original reigned supreme on a night where The Miz got a "extreme" Victory against Tommy Dreamer.
2006: Five years after 9/11, WWE Raw came to the rest of the USA from the heart of New York and Madison Square Garden, in front of a sell out crowd of 17,298. This episode of Raw was the last before Unforgiven 2006 and marked Trish Stratus' last appearance on Monday Nights, before retiring as Women's Champion that Sunday after beating then champ Lita. She beat, the "spunky", Mickie James in her last Raw appearance. After being absolutely destroyed at the hands of Lance Cade, Trevor Murdoch, ECW Champion Big Show and Shane McMahon, Degeneration X where left in a bad way (and not to mention Triple H's ear) before their Hell in a Cell Handicap Match, only 6 days later. But Vince wasn't stopping there, he claimed his first Main Event win at MSG, by beating HHH in a No Hold's Barred Match, with the help from Shane and Show. Unforgiven opponents faced off in a 6 man tag at the MSG as well, with John Cena, Jeff Hardy and Carlito beating WWE Champion Edge, Intercontinental Champion Johnny Nitro and Randy Orton.
2001: The September 11, 2001 event was cancelled due to the terrorist attacks. On September 13 2001, SmackDown! was broadcast live from Houston (with Jim Ross and Paul Heyman filling in as hosts Michael Cole and Tazz were absent) as the first major and televised event since the attacks as thousands were in attendance. The ring ropes are usually blue for the SmackDown! shows but were red, white and blue for this night; these colors were commonly used during the 1980s and through the 1990s. They would remain that way, with an American Flag on the mini-tron, for two weeks.

1977: TNA Knockout Josette Bynum aka Sojourner Bolt or Josie was born on this day in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Thursday, 10 September 2009

This Day in Wrestling History - September 10th

On this day in 2001, Charles Ingram cheated his way to winning one million pounds on a British version of Who Wants to be a Millionaire. Also in 1972, The United States loss its first international basketball game in a disputed match against the Soviet Union at Munich, Germany. And all the way back in 954, King Louis IV of France died. But September 10th has been a day for Wrestling comings and going.
2007: On today's episode of Monday Night Raw, at the height of the McMahon bastard son storyline, the World Heavyweight Champion The Great Khali was visiting from SmackDown claiming to be "that bastard", but after Intercontinental Champion Jeff Hardy came out and showed his delight at not being Vince's illegitimate son, he got stuck in a match with the Punjabi Nightmare and suffered at the hands of the Khali Vice Grip. And Khali's challenger later that week at Unforgiven, Batista, made the save after a destroyed Hardy could have got more than he bargained for. This was also the night that Hornswoggle was announced as Vince's son!
1997: Jack Barton Adkisson aka Fritz Von Erich died today at the age of 68, he is better known as a wrestling promoter and the patriarch of the Von Erich wrestling family. He was also the owner of the World Class Championship Wrestling territory. At this year's Hall of Fame Ceremony, he was inducted alongside the rest of his family. In competition he was a One-time AWA World Heavyweight Champion and sixteen-time NWA American Heavyweight Champion.
1981: Bonnie Maxon who is best known for her 2 year run in TNA under the ring name Rain or Payton Banks, was born today.
1980: William Theodore Mueller aka Trevor Murdoch was born today. He's best known for his run in WWE with Lance Cade, where they were 3 time World Tag Team Champions. Later on, Cade turned on Murdoch to join Chris Jericho, when Murdoch started to country sing and be very suggestively gay, not his best moment.
1976: "The Blueprint" Matt Morgan, who is now known for his run in TNA since 2007, and in WWE (in and out of OVW & Smackdown) for 3 years, was born today. He is really hitting the big time in TNA now, but I think that the highest achievements he reached in WWE was being in Brock Lesnar's Survivor Series Team in 2003 and being in the Royal Rumble in 2004, they never did think very high of him.
1950: John Anthony Wisniski Jr. aka Greg "The Hammer" Valentine, the son of Johnny Valentine, was born today. As well as being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2004, Valentine was a multi-time Tag Team Champion with the likes of Ric Flair, Bill Watts, Jim Neidhart and Don Fargo to name a few, he is also has held a number of AWA/NWA Heavyweight Championship in territories all over North America.

Wednesday, 9 September 2009

This Day in Wrestling History - September 9th

In 1965, Hurricane Betsy makes its second landfall near New Orleans, Louisiana, leaving 76 dead and $1.42 billion ($10–12 billion in 2005 dollars) in damages, becoming the first hurricane to top $1 billion in unadjusted damages. And in 1926, NBC was formed on this day. And in the recent years in wrestling, this day has been a good day for great wrestling matches.
2007: At TNA No Surrender, Kurt Angle defeated Abyss to retain the TNA World Heavyweight Championship, Angle forced Abyss to submit to the Ankle Lock. After the match, Judas Mesias cut a hole under the ring mat and pulled Abyss underneath. Also at the event, Christian Cage defeated Samoa Joe by disqualification. Joe was disqualified after attacking the referee when he tried to break up a hold. After the match, Joe continued to attack referees, security and X Division jobbers.
2005: Today marked the day that WWE SmackDown was moved from Thursdays to Fridays for the season premier on UPN, which also was the last year that SmackDown was on UPN as it was then moved to The CW a year later as UPN disbanded. On this episode of SmackDown every Championship available were on the line. World Heavyweight Champion Batista retained his championship against JBL in a Bull Rope Match. Eddie Guerrero defeated Rey Mysterio in a steel cage match, Chris Benoit retained his United States Championship after defeating Orlando Jordon in 22.5 seconds. Also, Heidenreich and Road Warrior Animal defended the WWE Tag Team Championship against MNM.

Tuesday, 8 September 2009 - Armbar!!!

Watching the John Cena vs Cody Rhodes match on Raw yesterday night, where Cody said he was going to make Cena tap, it made me think of this...

This Day in Wrestling History - September 8th

On September 8th 1991, the Republic of Macedonia became independent, in 1944 on this day, London was hit by the V2 rocket for the first time and in 1966, Star Trek premiers for the first time on NBC. And this is what happened in wrestling today.
2008: The day after the Unforgiven PPV, the World Heavyweight Champion Chris Jericho was teamed with JBL to face Batista, the man who thought he had won the championship seconds before the end of the match. Y2J stole a pin on Batista, the animal then preceded to destroy Layfield and Jericho's protégé Lance Cade. Earlier in the night JBL was defeated but countout after he walked out of a match with CHL (Charlie Haas Layfield). Also after punting CM Punk in the head at Unforgiven, with the help of Priceless (Manu, Rhodes and DiBiase), Orton widening a massive divide between himself and the group after slapping Ted DiBiase.
2006: On the edition of Smackdown on this day, King Booker (Booker T) defeated Batista in a World Heavyweight Championship Match, where William Regal and Finlay both interfered in the match. After the match Finlay continued to attack Batista with his sheleilie and a steel chair.
2004: Jeff Jarrett defeated the challenging Jeff Hardy to retain his NWA World Heavyweight Championship on an episode of TNA PPV, see a recap of the show here.
1958: The Barbarian of NWA, WWF and WCW fame was born on this day in New York City. He is a one time NWA United States Tag Team Champion, NWA Virginia Heavyweight Champion, WLW Heavyweight Champion and WWC Puerto Rican Champion.

Monday, 7 September 2009

This Day in Wrestling History - September 7th

In 1979, in the US, The Entertainment and Sports Programming Network (ESPN) made its debut and in 1999, an earthquake with a magnitude of 5.9 rocked Athens, which ruptured a previously unknown fault, killing 143, injuring more than 500, and leaving 50,000 people homeless. Also in the real world, during the Blitz, Nazi Germany begins to rain bombs on London. September 7th 1940 was the first of 57 consecutive nights of bombing.  Whereas in the world of wrestling, September 7th has been a PPV day over the last couple of years.
2008: WWE Unforgiven 2008 PPV took place on this day last year, where the first ever set of Championship Scramble matches took place, with Matt Hardy, Triple H & Chris Jericho beating 4 other men to win gold. Chris Jericho & Shawn Michaels also fought in an unsanctioned match, at one of the high points of their award winning feud. Also on this night the then World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk was punted in the head by the injured Randy Orton, after an attack by Cody Rhodes, Manu and Ted DiBiase on Punk and Kofi Kingston, Chris Jericho later took CM Punk's place in the WHC Scramble Match and then won the title. This Match also marked the official return of Rey Mysterio and first match since No Way Out earlier in the year.
2007: During one of the revivals of Stampede Wrestling in Canada, the first show at the Bowness Sportsplex took place on this day.
1997: Ground Zero: In Your House took place on this day at Louisville Gardens in Louisville, Kentucky. This was the first three-hour In Your House pay-per-view. It included in the main event, a no contest between the Undertaker and Shawn Michaels, their next encounter was in the first ever Hell in a Cell match at Badd Blood. Also Bret Hart defeated The Patriot to retain the WWF Championship after The Patriot submitted to the sharpshooter.

Sunday, 6 September 2009

Rey to lose $100,000 Over 30-Day Suspension

According to a report by The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the belief is that Rey Mysterio's 30 day suspension from WWE will cost him in excess of $100,000. Mysterio will be missing the Breaking Point PPV, multiple house shows, and is not expected to return for the Hell in a Cell PPV on October 4th since WWE will not have time to build up a match for him.

Mysterio will be allowed to collect merchandise sales during the suspension, which is a huge revenue source for stars in WWE. It is believed Mysterio earns $1.5 million annually, and a large chunk of that comes from merchandise sales, as he is one of the top sellers in WWE. Mysterio's merchandise sales have always been strong even when he has been out with injuries. - Main Event Footage from Puerto Rico

Here are two different videos both of the last couple of minutes of a main event a house show from earlier this week in San Juan, Puerto Rico. This match is The Undertaker & Triple H vs CM Punk, Ted DiBiase & Cody Rhodes.

This Day in Wrestling History - September 6th

In 1997 on this day, Diana, Princess of Wales was laid to rest in front of a television audience of more than 2.5 billion. But from a wrestling stand point, September 6th has never been the most eventful day.
2006: Kelly Kelly’s first wrestling match took place on this day at the OVW TV tapings in Louiseville, Kentucky, where she participated in a Women's battle royal won by ODB.
1986: WWF Superstars of Wrestling debuted on this day, the show ran until 2001 and up until the 1993 and the debut of Monday Night Raw was the flagship show of the WWE/WWF. Click here for a full recap of that first show.
1980: Jillian Hall was born on this day in Ashland, Kentucky, USA. Lance Storm, who trainer here and many of the WWE Divas, says she’s a good wrestler but WWE don’t see that.
1979: Brandon Silvestry aka Low-Ki or Kaval was born on this day, he’s known for his appearances in ROH, TNA, MMA & is currently a part of FCW in WWE, but of this writing he is injured.

Saturday, 5 September 2009

New Feature: This Day in Wrestling History - September 5th

This is a new feature illustrating what happened on this day in wrestling in years past. 2008: Mickie James appeared on the hit USA Network Show Psych, playing a roller derby girl called Rita "Lethal Weapon" Westwood. 2007: Brian Kendrick & Paul London beat Trevor Murdoch & Lance Cade in Cape Town, South Africa to become the World Tag Team Champions, however they lost the titles 4 days later in Johannesburg and never made it on to TV with the titles.
2006: DX appeared on ECW for the first time. This was during a No-DQ Handicap Match against the then ECW Champion Big Show where they destroyed about half of ECW (and Paul Haymen) at the same time, in the lead up to Unforgiven 2006 with the McMahons & Big Show vs DX in Hell in a Cell.
2005: On Raw, Shawn Michaels was the next in a long line of superstars to take and fail in their attempt to break the Master Lock. This also included a vicious steel chair attack from the Masterpiece. Also, on this night during one of the most real storylines in WWE history, Matt Hardy in no fit shape to compete was destroyed during and after a match with Snitsky, only weeks before he faced Edge in a Steel Cage at Unforgiven.
1991: WCW Clash of the Champions XVI: Fall Brawl took place on this day, including the WCW World Television Champion Steve Austin defeating Tom Zenk, WCW United States Champion Sting defeating Johnny B. Badd & The Enforcers (Arn Anderson and Larry Zbyszko) defeating Rick Steiner and Bill Kazmaier to win the vacant WCW World Tag Team Championship in the Main Event. 1990: NWA Clash of the Champions XII: Mountain Madness/Fall Brawl '90 took place at the Asheville Civic Center in Asheville, North Carolina. This included NWA World Heavyweight Champion Sting defeated The Black Scorpion. After the match, Sting attempted to unmask the Black Scorpion, tearing away his black mask only to reveal a red mask underneath, The Scorpion quickly escaped when The "real" Black Scorpion appeared on the entrance ramp. Although he was never truly unmasked, this version of The Black Scorpion was indeed Al Perez. On this night NWA United States Champion Lex Luger defeated Ric Flair after Stan Hansen interfered and got Flair disqualified.

Audio of Kurt Angle Being Mocked on the Howard Stern Show - Hitler Gets Angry over 2009 WWE Draft Results

Thursday, 3 September 2009

Jim Ross Jumping Ship? is reporting that a "huge WWE name" is considering joining TNA Wrestling. The person in question is Jim Ross. His contract with World Wrestling Entertainment is set to expire at the end of the year and the company has yet to offer him a new one. It should be noted however that Ross is considering all of his options and joining TNA is very much a possible scenario he's taking seriously. He could just as well stay in WWE though. I don't believe this one bit and it'll be interesting to see what he has to say on the matter, because believe me he'll pick up on it or get contacted about it. And please give me one sane reason why he shouldn't stay where he is, he's not Taz(z) for god sake. Even if he did leave WWE he has so many other projects at this point in time as he mentioned his last blog: "I will be starting a radio gig Wednesdays at 5 central time on which is the site with streaming audio of sports talk powerhouse 1560 The Game in Houston. We'll talk some 'rasslin and Big 12 Football. Tune in if you can...
...You can also catch me Friday mornings at 6:45 central time on the Oklahoma City Fox 25 Morning Show. I'll be doing a short segment doing football predictions. Rising at 5ish in the morning and driving up to OKC at that hour there is no telling what I may say in my morning delirium...
...My first "7 Points to Ponder" column is going to be posted Wednesday or Thursday on Suprise...this will be about OU Football and their upcoming game."
And this isn't even taking into account the BBQ business and restaurants he runs. - Zack Ryder Theme (HD)

Wednesday, 2 September 2009 - The Brian Kendrick Titantron - The Hart Dynasty Theme (HD)

The Cheek of it

Today have reported as a main story that Rey Mysterio has been suspended for 30 days in accordance to their wellness policy. Yes, it is true that his suspension starts today and it was so he could drop the Intercontinental Championship at the tapings yesterday. But they have a link from the main story to the same short written article which was written last week (Thursday August 27, 2009) to report the story.
Obviously their was no reference to that the suspension had been delayed until today and why would there. But why make it obvious to the casual follower that this isn't totally full proof with the timing of their highlighted (& controlled) reporting of this internal matter.
And why not for everyone just keep it quiet, people who want to know can find out very easily, they're not this public normally for suspensions & releases by making it their top story.

Tuesday, 1 September 2009 - Y2J & Big Show's Slick New Theme (HD)

Wrestling Quote #26: Michael Cole is a TNA mark

Michael Cole talking during MVP vs Chris Jericho is Monday Night on Raw:
"MVP thought that Breaking Point would be the Turning Point"
For those of you who don't know "Turning Point" is a TNA PPV thats been going since 2004. Well Done Cole, way to scout the competition.

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