New Japan Pro Wrestling & WWE: More than just Video Games

Imagine a scenario where your favorite wrestlers from different organizations collided with each other.  You don’t have to speculate further, at least from the trash-talking part of the show.  Two wrestling factions collided in the Capcom section of the E3 Conference on June 14, 2018. E3 hosts the latest news in the video game industry. … Continue reading New Japan Pro Wrestling & WWE: More than just Video Games

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Wrestling Re-Booking: Kofi Kingston’s Singles Run

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. This June will feature WWE Money in the Bank taking place a the Allstate Arena in Chicago, Illinois. The Money in the Bank Ladder Match will feature a few superstars … Continue reading Wrestling Re-Booking: Kofi Kingston’s Singles Run

Daniel Bryan: The Return We Needed

This week witnessed the revelation that many wrestling fans wanted to hear: Daniel Bryan is back. The WWE SmackDown Live General Manager retired due to concussion-related issues. Bryan hasn’t been active for three years. His last appearance as a wrestler was at WrestleMania 31, where he won the Intercontinental title in a ladder match. Bryan … Continue reading Daniel Bryan: The Return We Needed

WWE Elimination Chamber: History for the Right Reasons

As time moves forward, it’s time to change what was established before. The Elimination Chamber became such a unique event for World Wrestling Entertainment. Debuting in 2002, six men enter the ring with only two men starting the match. The other four wait in pods and enter every five minutes. The first one saw Shawn … Continue reading WWE Elimination Chamber: History for the Right Reasons

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

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