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Matt “Doink The Clown” Osborne Passes Away

Matt “Doink The Clown” Osborne Passes Away

Matt Osborne, best known for his role as the original Doink The Clown in the WWF during the mid-1990′s, was dead earlier today in Texas.  He was 56 years old. WWE issued a statement on his passing: Reports indicate that Matt Osborne, aka the original Doink the Clown, has passed away. A rugged brawler in

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Revisiting TNA’s Impact Wrestling: Week 1

This is part one of an ongoing series, looking at TNA’s product from a non-fan perspective as it builds towards Destination X.  Before last night, I hadn’t caught an episode of TNA’s IMPACT Wrestling since 2012. The last major Pay-Per-View I caught was Bound for Glory 2012, back when Aces and Eights revealed it’s (not

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TNA Hires Former WWE Production Executive John Gaburick

Former WWE Vice President of Television Production has been hired by TNA Wrestling to oversee their television.  Gaburick parted ways with the WWE earlier this year after working with the company for 13 years. Many fans know his best as “Big” John Gaburick from his appearances on the original Tough Enough reality series on MTV.

WWE Monday Night Raw Rating Down From Last Week

The Monday Night Raw rating came out yesterday and the rating could have been a lot worse. WWE’s flagship show drew a 2.9 rating, with an average of 3.98 million viewers watching. That is down from last week’s 3.03, with an average of 4.15 viewers watching. Monday’s Raw featured promos with John Cena and Mark

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Between The Ropes | Jason Powell – June 25, 2013

Brian talks with Jason Powell of ProWrestling.net about a ton of stuff including the youth movement in the WWE, if this will be a growing trend there, what guys TNA could have possibly had, using The Shield going forward, the Daniel Bryan storyline as we as plenty of non-wrestling stuff including the NHL playoffs and his Bruins

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Jack Swagger Found Guilty of DUI

Former WWE World Champion Jack Swagger was found guilty of DUI and other charges today in a Mississippi courtroom. Swagger was pulled over for speeding in February by Gulfport police about 90 minutes after a Smackdown taping had taken place in nearby Biloxi. The police had then found a small trace of marijuana in the

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