We look at the main event of this week’s WWE Monday Night RAW. Featuring Seth Rollins and Finn Balor, the match was one of the better on the weekly shows and also had quite a bit of storyline told within the match itself.
Today’s commentary is about how I’ve managed to be a fan of pro wrestling for 32 years.
It’s not easy.
From the old classic WWF through the rock n wrestling era through Jim Crockett Promotions through the Monday Night Wars all the way up to today’s sports entertainment vs. pro wrestling eras, I’ve seen a lot and being a fan has not been the easiest thing in the world.
Not only is “Woken” Matt Hardy finding a kindred spirit during his “feud” with Bray Wyatt, he’s also in real life found a new friend out of an old enemy.
Hardy tweeted a picture today of him and Ed Nordholm from TNA IMPACT Wrestling and apparently they’ve buried the hatchet over the Broken gimmick issue.
The final video to wrap up 2017 looks at the Top Twenty Matches of 2017.
Featuring matches like the Hell in a Cell between the New Day and The Usos, Velveteen Dream vs. Aleister Black, John Cena vs. AJ Styles, and nearly a half dozen matches of Kazuchika Okada and Kenny Omega, we break down twenty of the best Match of the Year contenders.
Every year we get a lot of moments and events that shock and delight us a fans. This is a montage of various happenings from around the pro wrestling world in 2017.
Highlighted moments include Kurt Angle’s return, Brock Lesnar and Samoe Joe’s feud, Braun Strowman and Roman Reigns vehicle games, Kenny Omega being challenge by Chris Jericho, The Festival of Friendship, The Undertaker possibly retiring, and much more.
We count down the Top 10 feuds and storylines of 2017 in pro wrestling.
Included in the list are Braun Strowman vs. Roman Reigns, Kazuchika Okada vs. Kenny Omega, British Strong Style vs. #CCK, Samoa Joe vs. Brock Lesnar, and the upcoming Alpha vs. Omega showdown.
There were many stars who impressed us in 2017 and yet a few others who disappointed.
While characters like Kane and Bray Wyatt continued to perplex fans with their antics, newcomers like Aleister Black, Peyton Royce, and Matt Riddle captured the imagination of others.
We look back at the most improved and impressive wrestlers from WWE, New Japan, UK Indies, Global Force Wrestling, NXT, and other promotions in 2017. We also look at the most disappointing ones as well.
We continue our look back at the year of 2017 with the Best and Worst wrestlers of the last twelve months.
WWE, New Japan, Global Force Wrestling, and many other promotions had their fair share of talented stars and not-so-talented ones. From inside and outside the ring, many performers have set new standards and broken records while others have set new lows and gained criminal records.
This is our countdown of the Best and Worst Wrestlers of 2017.
Our Year In Review lists continue with this list of the best and worst tag teams of 2017.
While there were some great matches by teams like The Guerrillas of Destiny, The Young Bucks, The Usos, and The New Day, there were some not so great moments for teams like The Ascensions, Gallows and Anderson, and others.
In no particular order, we look at teams from NJPW, WWE, Ring of Honor, and others in our list of the best and worst of 2017.
Our first in a few videos recapping the year of 2017 in pro wrestling looks at various companies and grades each.
From WWE to Lucha Underground to New Japan Pro Wrestling, there were many high’s and low’s during 2017. We’ll give company grades to each and explain why in this Year in Review video.