Matches On WWE Day 1 and Raw Showed What Brock Lesnar Brings to a Match

Brock Lesnar once again holds the WWE Championship. In other news, the sky is blue and grass is green. I understand the frustrations that people have with the result of the WWE Championship match at Day 1. In spite of his recent face turn, Brock Lesnar still represents the status…

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Nice Guys Finish First: WWE Needs to Turn this Car Around

Picture this; it’s early spring 2001. You sit down to watch Monday Nitro with the knowledge that this is the final WCW broadcast. WWE has won the Monday Night Wars, and AOL Time Warner is taking a hit only slightly less painful than the one they’re going to suffer when…

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Big Champs Slapping Meat: Big E vs. Roman Reigns

Another Survivor Series is in the books, and as a whole, everyone was pretty bummed about it. There wasn’t much to write home about here, unless you’re a big fan of talking about but never seeing the Rock, and hearing Pat McAfee yell a lot. If you’re into constant yelling…

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Chad Gable and the Art of the Five Minute Banger

The debate about match runtimes in pro wrestling has raged on for decades now. It’s a favorite among fans of professional wrestling and it always resurfaces when the critically acclaimed prestige wrestling of a particular era leans towards the grander scope of 30-60 minute matches. The debate comes up in…

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Can’t Smash ‘Em All: Where Does Roman Reigns Go From Here?

I didn’t watch last week’s Crown Jewel for numerous reasons, the least of which being that it aired at noon eastern time on a Thursday. But controversial pay per views and glossy packages for matches 30% of their audience didn’t watch aside, it seemed to be business as usual for…

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Actually, Big E Doesn’t Need to Be More Serious

Two weeks ago, Big E—his pseudo-surname Langston colonized out of existence as he has often joked—called his shot by announcing on Twitter he was going to cash in his Money in the Bank briefcase on Monday’s episode of Raw. When he followed through on his promise by pinning Bobby Lashley,…

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