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WWE TLC 2015 and Raw Review with Michael Wiseman


Brian Fritz chats with Michael Wiseman about the WWE TLC 2015 PPV from over the weekend and Raw on Monday night including guys nearly killing themselves in matches, the rise of Roman Reigns to WWE Champion, giving Sheamus his due, touches of the Attitude Era, can this be sustained, the Road to WrestleMania and more. Enjoy what we do? Support ...

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2K Announces Stone Cold Steve Austin for Cover of WWE 2K16

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Are you a fan of the annual WWE 2K video game series? If so, today’s announcement should bring a tear to your eye: Stone Cold Steve Austin is the 2K17 cover athlete.

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Top 5 Survivor Series PPV Matches From The Attitude Era


As promotion for this year’s Survivor Series PPV the “Top 5″ series is back on the site to cover the best Survivor Series matches from all the eras of the WWE. If you missed the previous Top 5 list please click here and give me your thoughts. Today we’ll be looking back at the “Attitude Era” spanning from 1997-2001. This ...

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That Time Vince Russo Booed Me On Twitter, So I Bribed Him With ‘The Following’

Do you remember Vic Venom? I didn’t either, until recently. A 1997 WWF Monday Night Raw rebroadcast on the WWE Network still had that glorious, late 90s, attitude-cutaway style WWF Magazine advertisement intact. Vic Venom showed up in his leather jacket and biker sunglasses, with promises of exclusive rumors, insider knowledge, and more, if I’d only call the (now defunct) ...

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Jim Ross, the Real Face of WWE

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Do me a favor: think back to the ‘Attitude Era.’ Make a numbered list, one to five. Next to each number, write down the names of those men who best defined that short, yet ludicrously profitable, wrestling period from late 1997 until around 2001.

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Breaking News: Jim Ross Retires From WWE

WWE.com is reporting that Jim Ross has announced his retirement.  After a 20 year career with the WWE, he has decided to focus more on his “personal business endeavors.” ‘Good Ol JR’ got his start in the business as a referee, working for NWA.  From there, he became a play-by-play announcer for Mid-South territory, rejoined with NWA in the same ...

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CM Punk and Paul Heyman Bring Back Attitude

CM Punk Raw

This past Monday night, wrestling found it’s spark again. Check out your favorite blog, or take a look at Twitter. CM Punk and Paul Heyman absolutely stole the show.

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