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Raw is Menopause

Raw is Menopause

Everybody knows that the WWE has a specific target market. Depending on which year it is, that market changes. In the late 90’s, the target market was 18-25 year old males during the fabled “Attitude Era” which is the holy grail for many people who are wrestling fans. Most things are compared to this era,

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The Flagship: The Rock Returns But WWE Raw Still in Funk

It’s the weekly Flagship podcast as Brian and Michael talk about WWE Raw from Monday night which saw the return of The Rock but not much else including bad matches, bad segments including TV hosts breaking bottles of wine over the butts and more.  They also talk about the rise of Dean Ambrose, the reaction

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WWE Main Event Results: Ziggler Retains, WWE’s Mid-Card Shines

WWE Main Event October 7, 2014 Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia, Pennsylvania If you missed last week’s edition of WWE Main Event click here For all of our coverage on the WWE and Hell in a Cell click here First Match: WWE Intercontinental Championship Match Dolph Ziggler (c) vs. Bo Dallas We go right to the

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The WWE is Furthering My Apathy Towards the Current Product

If you’ve watched or followed wrestling long enough, you’ll know by now that the business is cyclical. It booms, it dips and then repeats the process. Hulkamania was the massive boom that launched wrestling in the ‘80s and carried it into the 1990s. It lulled again as creativity became stagnant before picking up again for

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WWE Raw Results: The Rock Returns To Raw

WWE Monday Night Raw October 6, 2014 Barclays Center Brooklyn, New York For all of our coverage on the WWE and Hell in a Cell click here WWE Monday Night Raw Pre-Show:  Tonight’s WWE RAW Pre-show kicks off with Byron Saxton, Booker T and Alex Riley at WWE studios in Stamford, CT. We see fans making their way into

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