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John Cena Will Never Turn Heel

John Cena Will Never Turn Heel

John Cena is in his own stratosphere. He’s been the WWE’s biggest, most marketable star for nearly a decade now, headlining pay-per-view after pay-per-view, selling truckloads of merchandise and being one of its most recognizable faces. But with that constant exposure comes staleness. Cena still has the younger portion of the crowd firmly in the

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Sting Talks Future with WWE, His Long Career and Being a Survivor in Wrestling

Brian Fritz and Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer talk with Sting about what he would like to do to cap off his wrestling career, the reception he has received from fans since joining the WWE 2K15 brand, his time in TNA Wrestling, the early days of WCW and surviving for so many years, his

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Does The WWE Have Too Much Talent?

World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) has a problem; a good problem, but a problem nonetheless. They have too much talent. After the purchase of WCW, there was truly only one game in town. Other promotions tried to fill the void left by the top competitor, but the WWE had too much market share to compete against.

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Is Sting Coming To WWE Monday Night Raw Next Week?

Sting is the one wrestler Vince McMahon has never been able lure to come to the WWE. “The Stinger” was loyal to WCW until the company folded in 2001.  A few years later, he joined TNA Wrestling and was there until he left the company earlier this year. Is Sting finally going to make his

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Bryan Alvarez Talks 10-Year Anniversary of ‘Death of WCW’

Bryan Alvarez of Figure Four Online and WrestlingObserver.com talks about the revised and expanded version of his book “The Death of WCW: The 10-Year Anniversary” (along with co-author R.D. Reynolds) which comes out in early October, going back and reading the first book and things he may have forgotten about the company, how much new material is

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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

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Remembering Randy Savage And His Legacy

When you think of professional wrestling and you ask the average person to come up with five names one of those names without a doubt will be “Macho Man” Randy Savage. It was three years ago today he died behind the wheel of his car driving with his new wife of just over a year.

WWE Network Review: Does Vince McMahon’s Latest Gamble Pay Off?

  Last Monday, after weeks of hype and promotion, and literal years of speculation, WWE unveiled the newest iteration of pay-tv sports-entertainment. There were a few issues out the gate. Fans lashed out on Twitter. Even by Thursday, major problems still kept cropping up at inopportune times. But this was a new streaming revolution, and

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First 10 Things You Should Watch on WWE Network

The big day is almost here, Christmas in February for wrestling fans with the WWE Network set to launch on Monday morning at 9:00a ET.  Over 1,500 hours of video-on-reman will be available immediately including all WWE, WCW and ECW pay-per-views. If that isn’t enough, WWE will also include all new pay-per-views as well as

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