Triple H promoted to board!

•September 17, 2010 • Leave a Comment

I’ve received many enquiries regarding Triple H’s return. My source from insider has revealed that Triple H is close to 90% being cleared by the medical board. The only thing holding back the writers and management is to find a good time.

Also, Triple H has been officially promoted to an executive role within the organisation. According to a company source, the 13 time heavyweight champion now officially serves as WWE Chairman Vince McMahon’s creative advisor. While Triple H has had Vince’s ear for the past several years, it was always in an unofficial capacity. From this point forward, he will have a much more authoritative voice in regards to the company’s creative direction and its many performers.

WWE headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut is presently undergoing a slight renovation for an office for “The King of Kings”

TNA goes LIVE with IMPACT!

•September 16, 2010 • Leave a Comment

To par against WWE Smackdown, TNA president, Dixie Carter has recently announced that TNA Impact! will go live with effect from October 7.

Previously, the show went live on Monday nights and was swiftly defeated by RAW. Dixie then motioned to Thursday night with taping. It has since been announced that IMPACT will go live. I think it’s a good move from Dixie. This would further segment the show status on Thursday night.

Among rumored who is set to make a splash return that night are Rob Van Damm and Hulk Hogan. Dixie also hinted a “big shocking surprise” that night. God knows, till then.

TNA touring UK in Jan 2011

•September 15, 2010 • Leave a Comment

TNA is set to do their annual TNA UK tour in Jan 2011. This tour is set to be explosive with new addition from Jeff Hardy, RVD, Hogan & more. You can view the teaser video here. It’s pretty well done.

Viper lands himself in movie role

•September 15, 2010 • Leave a Comment

Randy Orton (aka. The Viper) is set to appear on the silver screen real soon. WWE has paired the six time heavyweight champion to a new WWE movie project titled “That’s What I’m”

The film set in 1960s, will centers around a bright 12-year-old boy, Andy, whose English teacher (Ed Harris) pairs him up on a project with the school’s biggest outcast and social pariah, Stanley (aka “Big Red”). When Andy watches Stanley fearlessly confront a school bully, a series of events is unleashed that changes the lives of the boys and their teacher. Randy Orton is set to play the role of the bully’s father.

Shooting has been scheduled to begin in January next year.

Angle speaks about TNA, contract ending, retirement & more!

•September 14, 2010 • Leave a Comment

Kurt Angle whose contract is going to end in less than a year’s time revealed that he will evaluate his future with the company and his personal life real soon. Angle candidly said, “I believe that you’re not going to see much more of Kurt Angle.”

“Financially, I’m fine,” he said. “The hard part about leaving wrestling is I’ll miss it. I have a couple of food companies now and I’m doing movies. If I do retire, I think it’ll be a retirement match, and then a part-time schedule. It’s so hard for wrestlers to leave the ring. It’s difficult and I’ve given it thought.”

Angle mentioned that his knees, lower back, and neck are “always stiff,” but he hasn’t felt this good in a decade. “I think this is probably the best I’ve felt, and it has a lot to do with the reduced work schedule in TNA where they’re not using me at every house show,” Angle said. “So having that lighter schedule has allowed my body to recuperate more.”

He added, “Many people have told me, including Vince McMahon himself, that my work style is too intense; too aggressive. I don’t know if I can ‘work smarter,’ if you want to put it that way. I’ve learnt from wrestlers like Eddie Guerrero and Chris Benoit, who were under-sized, to make up for that by working with much more intensity.”

Jericho close to leaving?

•September 13, 2010 • Leave a Comment

As of today, Chris Jericho’s contract with WWE is set to expire in two weeks time. It has been confirmed that Y2J has not yet inked any renewal contract. Management is desperately trying to get the first ever undisputed champion to ink the deal especially this year has seen so many top names leaving the company and it has gravely hurt marketing sales. Many speculated (as always with Internet fans these days) that Jericho might be jumping ship to TNA. I highly doubt the chances especially Jericho hates Bischoff and Hogan management. That was the reason why he chose to quit WCW years ago.

Speaking about Chris Jericho, his second book will released shortly in September. Here’s what the latter has to say about his upcoming release – “It starts right when I walk to the ring for my debut against The Rock and ends about seven years later when I walk out to face Randy Orton when I returned in 2007. It’s great because it’s my whole WWE experience but also very involved with starting a band with Fozzy and the trials and tribulations of that which are just as ridiculous as some of the things I went through in the first book when I was trying to make my name in wrestling. It’s a great dichotomy of a guy who is at the top of one profession and trying to make it in another one with all of the ridiculous stories you have come to expect from Chris Jericho’s life.”

Did You Know: The High Crusade?

•September 13, 2010 • Leave a Comment

Here’s something you might not know about the dynamic TNA world tag team champion, The Motor City Machine Guns. Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin has a rock band named The High Crusade, along with former TNA wrestler Petey Williams, Adam Tatro and Chris Plumb.

The band has released their debut album, It’s Not What You Think, last Tuesday on September 7, 2010.

Cena comments on Taker, The Rock & more!

•September 13, 2010 • Leave a Comment

John Cena has been really busy over the weekend. His movie, “Legendary” has opened in many theatres since last Friday. Cena revealed (and leaked) about a potential showdown with The Undertaker at WrestleMania next year. When asked what’s the next challenge for the latter, Oscar or trying to end Undertaker’s undefeated WrestleMania streak, Cena said he wants to challenge the Undertaker at WrestleMania and be the man to end the infamous streak.

Cena also commented about Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s success in Hollywood. “I think Dwayne has done such an awesome job being a successful actor. The only problem is he left us; he’s no longer doing activity with WWE. I think the way WWE Studios is going now – they’re going away from action, doing more drama, possibly more comedy – it will open a lot of people’s eyes. Because a lot of people see big guy, big frame: action superstar. We’ve proven, especially with ‘Legendary,’ that that is not always the case.”

Vince Mcmahon is said to be very pleased with Cena. The CEO openly revealed, “John is an extraordinary human being; he’s honest, he’s loyal. He’s full of himself, too. But he’s like a throwback to the type of individual it’s difficult find these days, someone with old-fashioned values. In addition to that, he’s a Neanderthal when it comes to strength.” He added, “No matter how good you are as a human being, you need talent. You could tell that John had talent – very raw talent, mind you.”

It is not often to get praises from the boss. If you ask me, John Cena is really high up in Mcmahon’s book of love.

Twist Of Fate: The Matt/Jeff Story

•September 12, 2010 • Leave a Comment

In 1998, Jeff and Matt Hardy caught the eyes of then WWF and was quickly signed to the company. Prior to their official endorsement, Jeff and Matt worked as jobbers (unnamed wrestler who consistently loses to make opponent look strong) and wrestle names such as Razor Ramon, 123 Kid etc

After their contract have been inked, they formed the dynamic acrobatic tag team called the Hardy Boyz. They started out feuding with The Brood (Gangrel, Edge and Christian) before hitching Michael Hayes as their manager. On July 5, 1999 they won their first WWF Tag Team Championship by defeating the Acolytes. The Hardyz continued their feud with Edge and Christian throughout the next two years and later, added the Dudley Boyz into the mix to form the renowned stipulation of Tables, Ladders & Chairs. By 2000, Lita (Amy Dumas) was paired with the brothers which gave birth to Team Xtreme.

In 2002, The Hardy Boyz was split due to the WWE’s brand separation; Jeff was sent to RAW while Matt to Smackdown. In the clear line of WWE’s history, tag team never last and each will always been given opportunity to compete in the singles division. As irony as it may sounds, The Hardy Boyz’s “Twist Of Fate” has literally in many sense, panned the high and lows for each Hardy. One went on to achieve great heights while the other is still struggling to make an impression.

On one side, Matt Hardy can’t seems to catch a break in his life. He has faced strong adversity, coming up from being betrayed by his beloved girlfriend, Lita, and his long time good friend, Edge, as well as a series of short term injuries that hiccup most of his career momentum. But no matter how the chips fall, Matt still troops on and holds his head up high.

Jeff, on the other hand, has caught every break in the wind. He has blown opportunity after opportunity, (drug abuse, court hearing, time off, pursuit of other interest), but still, he has never failed to get recognition from writers and management from time to time.

That got me thinking — how it is that one brother gets all the luck, while the other one always seems to get the shaft? I suppose it could just that ‘twist of fate” playing itself out. I believe I’m not the only one who feels that Matt is harder and better ring worker than Jeff. He is well equipped with ring ethnics and would sacrifice for what’s best for the business.

When the whole Lita and Edge scandal broke out years ago, Matt soldiered on and kept going. He didn’t have to play the distasteful angle out on TV, but he did anyways because it was good for business at that time. He was jobbed when he was told to do so and he did it like a man. Matt has put on so many stellar matches for Vince over the years. And how was he rewarded for his hard work? He has been fired, injured, betrayed, and brushed aside by the man he has fought for. To say the least, i believe it had bothered anyone who has a conscience.

Jeff has always been exciting to watch—there is no denying there. I’ve idolized him since the beginning. I believe he gets all the girls across the country to take a second look at him. He soars like a bird and gave wrestling a new meaning of being that daredevil. I don’t wish Jeff ill but I think he got a lot of catching up to do in his life. His free spirited persona may be cool at times, but he got to settle down. He needs to ground himself and stay focus. Jeff Hardy – these two words can have a bigger draw than John Cena, CM Punk, AJ Styles, Kurt Angle or any present main eventers. But Jeff got to commit. Why settle for second or third best, when Jeff has so much of potential to harness?

Over the years, I have seen so many tag teams come and go. Without a shadow of a doubt, one of the best teams I saw emerged and flying past the rainbow of success was the Hardy Boyz. Although both men are much older than I’m but I seen their growth over the years. From the times they were puppies in the ring to the time they are now called men. I wish them both the best – to Jeff, stay clean and harness that wild potential of yours, to Matt, I hope someday your effort will pay off. And when it does, I’m be at ringside or in front of my TV screen applauding for the man I’ve grown to respect.

Like most things in life, here are the two paths of Jeff and Matt Hardy. Their journey traveled is nothing more than a Twist of Fate.

WWE Smackdown 10/09/10

•September 11, 2010 • Leave a Comment

Catch the full episode of Smackdown 10/09/10 here!

Part One

Part Two

Part Three

Part Four

Part Five

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