All In’s Meaning

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Cody (Rhodes) and The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) sold out 10,000 seats for their Indy show “All In” with many independent wrestling names appearing; such as Kenny Omega, Pentagon Jr., Fénix, Deonna Purrazzo, Brandi Rhodes, Kazuchika Okada, Nick Aldis (if he retains his NWA World Heavyweight Championship), Tessa Blanchard, Britt Baker, Jay Lethal, Rey Mysterio, and many more. This event is taking place at the Sears Centre in in Hoffman Estates near Chicago on September 1st. That week there will also be a Starrcast convention with a various wrestlers from the independent scene and retired wrestlers holding meet and greets, one is CM Punk. Continue reading “All In’s Meaning”

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Bullet Club 5th Anniversary

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Bullet Club has come a long way in 5 years, since it’s inception in New Japan Pro Wrestling with various members and various championships in their ranks such as the IWGP Heavyweight Championship, Ring of Honor World Championship, IWGP World Tag Team Championship, Defiant Championship, IWGP Intercontinental Championship, among various other championships. They’ve also sold thousands of merchandise, including: shirts, hoodies, jackets, umbrellas, sunglasses, shoes, pajamas, and other things, and they keep coming up with more and is sold at ProWrestlingTees. Much of the merchandise is great. They opened the door for independent talent to sell their merchandise and come up with a lot ways to make money. They’ve also got a show called Being the Elite and Guerrillas of Destiny Vlog where they break kayfabe and have funny moments and build up storylines.

Bullet Club Rules the World!!

It’s Reeeeal!!

Too Sweet!!

The Future Bay Bay

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Adam Cole, Kyle O’Reilly, Bobby Fish and now Roderick Strong, The Undisputed Era. 4 of the greatest talent in professional wrestling right now, who all currently are champions in WWE’s developmental brand, NXT. They’re all known for their time in Ring of Honor, New Japan, and Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. Roderick Strong won the Ring of Honor World Championship and PWG World Championship. Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish are known for their tag team reDragon winning championships in New Japan and Ring of Honor. Adam Cole is most known for his time in the Bullet Club, and being the first time and only 3 time Ring of Honor World Champion and the longest PWG World Champion. They’ve been in NXT for a while now, and are dominating the roster. The only things they need are the NXT Championship and the NXT Women’s Championship, because they already have the NXT Tag Team Championship and the NXT North American Championship, in which Adam Cole became the first ever NXT North American Champion.  Continue reading “The Future Bay Bay”

Burial of Talent Who Get Over By Themselves?

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WWE has various talent among its ranks such as: Daniel Bryan, AJ Styles, Shinsuke Nakamura, Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch, Bayley, Asuka, The Authors of Pain, The Revival, Gallows & Anderson, Finn Balor, and so many more. However, there have been various talent that has been buried for various reasons. Some have been buried for their social media, older wrestlers refusing to put young talent over, issues with management, set aside for the golden boys of the management, and one very surprising one is for getting themselves over without the help of management.  Continue reading “Burial of Talent Who Get Over By Themselves?”

3 Wrestlemania Weekend Predictions

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This weekend in New Orleans is Wrestlemania weekend with Wrestlemania and NXT Takeover: New Orleans, but those are not the only wrestling shows on this weekend as Ring of Honor Supercard of Honor XII, Impact Wrestling vs Lucha Underground, Revolution Pro, Evolve, Crash, and many other promotions happening in New Orleans for Wrestlemania weekend.

Bullet Club Will Be Fine
Bullet Club at the moment has a very interesting feud in the works between leader Kenny Omega and fellow member Cody for leader of Bullet Club. It was started after Kenny helped his former Golden Lover tag team partner Kota Ibushi, but has seeds planted at a feud since last year at NJPW Dominion. The build up has been great with Being the Elite, New Japan, and Ring of Honor with all other Bullet Club members choosing sides, such as Tama Tonga staying out of it with the rest of Bullet Club OGs, but Marty Scurll and Hangman Page choosing to side with Cody, and the Young Bucks still being undecided, but Kota who isn’t a member on Kenny’s side. Whatever the outcome of the match between Kenny and Cody the Bullet Club will be changed, maybe Tama Tonga and the Bullet Club OGs coming out and attacking Kenny, Cody, the Bucks, Marty, Kota, and Hangman to set up the Elites vs OGs.

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The GOAT Daniel Bryan is Back!! 5 Dream Matches For The GOAT

Daniel Bryan had to forcefully retire from wrestling February 2016 due to medical reasons. He had suffered at least 10 concussions and had a lesion on his brain, which was the cause of his post-concussion seizures that he had hid from the WWE. He had to retire so they wouldn’t have another Chris Benoit incident which was very tragic, which was the cause of his brain being heavily damaged like an 85-year-old Alzheimer’s patient. Additionally, WWE did not want to have an accident happen to Daniel Bryan happen inside the ring. He did a farewell speech to the fans, and had a tribute for him.  However, overtime he started to get cleared by various doctors around the country, and has been doing Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) as treatment for his brain. In that time he was working as the General Manager of Smackdown Live. In a recent storyline he’s been in a feud with Shane McMahon (Commissioner of Smackdown Live) over a feud Shane has with Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn. And last week, Sami and Kevin attacked Shane and injured him. This past Monday, Daniel was medically cleared by WWE doctors to return to the ring, and as punishment for attacking Shane, Kevin and Sami were fired (in storyline of course). And he took some nasty bumps from Kevin and Sami, and he has to medically examined after every match. There is a big rumor that Shane and Daniel will team up against Kevin and Sami at Wrestlemania. I have 5 dream matches that I’d love to see. Continue reading “The GOAT Daniel Bryan is Back!! 5 Dream Matches For The GOAT”

4 Wrestling Dream Matches We’ll Probably Never See

Wrestling in this point in time is arguably the best it’s ever been in terms of pure wrestling ability and the quality of matches there are with the various talents all around the world. These talents include the likes of Shinsuke Nakamura, AJ Styles, Kenny Omega, The Young Bucks, War Machine, Ricochet, Will Ospreay, Zack Sabre Jr., The Usos, The New Day, The Revival, Finn Balor, Gallows & Anderson, Adam Cole, Velveteen Dream, Seth Rollins, and so on. However, I feel with the amount of talent there is, there won’t be some dream matches due to talent not wanting to go to another company or have left a company on bad terms. Here are 5 Dream Matches that may never happen… Continue reading “4 Wrestling Dream Matches We’ll Probably Never See”

Should WWE Invest More Into NXT?

NXT is the developmental brand of WWE to prepare wrestlers to become sports entertainers, and preparing non-wrestlers to be sports entertainers with the style of wrestling in the WWE; however with the vast amount of people on the roster there isn’t enough time to develop them all to be successful, and some of the NXT stars that go to the main roster of either Raw or Smackdown aren’t successful as they should’ve been, compared to how they were in NXT. I feel NXT can be made into a better developmental brand in two ways.  Continue reading “Should WWE Invest More Into NXT?”

“Bullet Club Is Fine!”

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The Bullet Club is one of the most polarizing wrestling groups in all of wrestling, because of the amount of star power they have in their ranks, and what they do outside of wrestling that ties into their wrestling. However, Bullet Club has been drifting apart since the since G1 Special in USA last year during NJPW: Dominion last year when Cody (wants to be leader of Bullet Club) almost threw in the towel when Kenny Omega (leader of Bullet Club) was facing Kazuchika Okada for the IWGP World Heavyweight Championship. Then last year at G1 Special in USA, Kenny almost threw in the towel for Cody when he was facing Kazuchika Okada for the IWGP World Heavyweight Championship. There has been tension between the two teased in their show Being the Elite for the remainder of 2017 through 2018. The dissension in the group has led to many problems.

At New Japan’s New Year Dash!! 2018, Cody attacked Kota Ibushi, and his old tag team partner Kenny Omega came out to save Kota. Then at The New Beginning in Sapporo, Kenny Omega was defeated by Jay White for the IWGP United States, and Jay White was confronted by Bullet Club stablemate Hangman Page, and Kenny made Hangman back off, then Cody came out with some other members of Bullet Club, and Kenny pushed one of the Young Bucks and most of the members left except Cody, Marty Scurll, Kenny and Hangman. Just when you thought they settled their differences Cody attacks Kenny and Hangman helps Cody attack Kenny; meanwhile Marty doesn’t know what to do, until Kota Ibushi saves Kenny. Kota and Kenny embrace and reform the Golden Lovers that haven’t been a tag team since late 2014. Then the Bullet Club went on a tour of Australia, where Being the Elite was being filmed and there was a meeting between the Elites and the OG Bullet Club members. Tama Tonga said they were cool, and when Kenny Omega and Cody came in they were about to brawl, but had to be separated and Cody threw a chair, and Tama Tonga just sat there all cool like he didn’t care what was going on.

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There Is Good Hip-Hop Out There

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As of recent, I have been seeing many individuals complain about Hip-Hop and how it is in a very bad state currently. As the genre continues to get bigger, of course there will a lack of diversity in most popular songs and can be easily shown by just looking at the Billboard Hot 100.

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