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

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

Finn Balor: WWE’s Reported Direction

Finn Balor is back, but we’re not sure where he’s going on Monday Night Raw. The roster is loaded with great storylines. Seth Rollins continues his war on Triple H by targeting Samoa Joe. Dean Ambrose and The Miz renew their rivalry for the WWE Intercontinental Championship. The Hardy Boyz will defend their tag team … Continue reading Finn Balor: WWE’s Reported Direction

UFC: The Road to Redemption

Here. We. Go...again. The year 2016 wasn’t a good year for many people, be it affected by politics or tragedy. Put the UFC brass in that same category. The UFC just couldn’t pull it together after many setbacks. Ironically enough, they managed to salvage Conor McGregor’s defeat from Nate Diaz when McGregor defeated Diaz in … Continue reading UFC: The Road to Redemption

UFC 200: The Card That Never Was

UFC put out all the stops for a successful fight card with UFC 200 on Saturday, July 9. Everyone was there, especially the stars they built up in the greatest assembly of fighters and superstars. UFC Featherweight Champion Conor McGregor was there to engage in a rematch with Nate Diaz. Wait, sorry; that didn’t happen. … Continue reading UFC 200: The Card That Never Was

UFC v. Journalism: The Case of Ariel Helwani

UFC 199 was filled with monumental moments. Michael Bisping culminated his ten-year run in the company by becoming the UFC Middleweight Champion knocking out Luke Rockhold. Dan Henderson, 45 years young, won via knockout over Hector Lombard. They also released a huge promo for UFC 200, which featured the reveal of Brock Lesnar. The former … Continue reading UFC v. Journalism: The Case of Ariel Helwani

UFC: Is CM Punk the Right Man for the Octagon?

December 8, 2014 Before we get started, I’m a fan of mixed martial arts. I’m also a fan of wrestling. So you can imagine my initial feelings when I read the news that broke the Internet on December 6. Let’s understand the situation. Phil “CM Punk” Brooks was one of the top wrestlers in the … Continue reading UFC: Is CM Punk the Right Man for the Octagon?