Wrestling Re-Booking: Kevin Owens vs. John Cena

Welcome back to Wrestling Re-Booking, where we look back and rewrite the script on some wrestling angles because it’s always fun to wonder what if. A recent angle from World Wrestling Entertainment made me reminisce about a missed opportunity. WWE will have John Cena take on Roman Reigns at No Mercy this September for the … Continue reading Wrestling Re-Booking: Kevin Owens vs. John Cena

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WWE SummerSlam: The Evolving Times

What a difference a year makes! The 2016 installment of WWE SummerSlam featured the newly minted Universal Championship and the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in two singles bouts. Finn Balor beat Seth Rollins for the inaugural Universal title, while Dean Ambrose retained his world heavyweight title against Dolph Ziggler. What’s different from last year’s SummerSlam … Continue reading WWE SummerSlam: The Evolving Times

Wrestling Re-Booking: WWE’s Version of ECW

Welcome back to Wrestling Re-Booking, where we look back and rewrite the script on some wrestling angles because it’s always fun to wonder what if. The comeback of Extreme Championship Wrestling excited many, but it soured after one month. Fans expected the ECW of old to return but got a watered down version of the … Continue reading Wrestling Re-Booking: WWE’s Version of ECW

Open Letter: WWE’s Lack of Communication

Dear WWE and the WWE Universe, Believe it or not, you’re in better shape than you think. The Mae Young Classic recently took place (don’t worry, no spoilers from me). Your shows are going well, and the current WWE landscape is looking promising for SummerSlam. It’s disappointing when you hear a show is cancelled with … Continue reading Open Letter: WWE’s Lack of Communication

WWE: Dropping the Brass Ring

Sometimes you have an idea that sounds great in your head, but it doesn’t translate well when you present it. That is the case of WWE’s latest mishap. No, it’s not about the Women’s Money in the Bank match. That featured Carmella winning with James Ellsworth climbing up the ladder to retrieve the briefcase. They’ll … Continue reading WWE: Dropping the Brass Ring

Cody Rhodes: Redefining a Dream

June 23 can become a date for the record books in professional wrestling. Cody Rhodes will take on Christopher Daniels for the Ring of Honor World Heavyweight Championship at Best in the World Pay-Per-View. It will be Rhodes’ first one-on-one shot for the prestigious ROH world title. It’s been a revisionist road for Rhodes, and … Continue reading Cody Rhodes: Redefining a Dream

Wrestling Re-Booking: Mr. America

Welcome back to Wrestling Re-Booking, where I take some popular storylines and put my own spin on them, because it’s always fun to wonder what if. For this Memorial Day weekend, we venture back to 2003. The WWE came off a very underrated WrestleMania 19, where one of their marquee events featured Hulk Hogan vs. … Continue reading Wrestling Re-Booking: Mr. America