Better Promo Bret Hart or CM Punk

      VS         Well on our initial Better blog we determined that Hulk Hogan was a better in ring worker than John Cena. Your welcome everyone. Now we’ll try to figure out who’s the better talker between another legend and a legend in the making as the Best there is, Best […]
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on June 2, 2012

Fixing The WWE General Manager Mess

It started off as an interesting concept: Have one on-air person in charge of RAW and another in charge of Smackdown. They can pit each show against each other and give the “competition” to mirror WWF vs WCW. Granted, it was never going to be the same as Vince owned it all but it was […]
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It’s Time to Pull The Plug on Brodus Clay

Ladies and Gentlemen I am here to tell you that funk is not on a roll. I really did think that I would enjoy this character for a lot longer than I have but the fact remains that the Funkasaurus has to go. Not Brodus Clay, but definately this dancing fool who brings children into the […]
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Better Worker – Hulk Hogan or John Cena

Welcome to another new semi regular We Talk Wrestling Blog called Better Worker where we categorize and try to figure out who’s the better in ring performer between 2 superstars. In this inaugural edition we have the man with all the Hulkamaniacs in Hulk Hogan vs the leader of the Cenation in John Cena. Let’s […]
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on May 22, 2012

Those Who Do Not Learn From History…

I grew up a wrestling fan in the 1980’s, during the height of Hulkamania. I rode the wave of wrestling popularity until it came to an abrupt halt in 1992. Suddenly I found that no one wanted to talk wrestling with me, it wasn’t “cool” anymore. I chose to trudge on, silently, watching such stars […]
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Wrestlemania– Where the stars come out to shine Blog # 2 (Mania 3 & 4)

A history of celebrities at the big event   (Part 2 Featuring Wrestlemania 3 & 4) Part 1 is available here We continue our look at one of the key Wrestlemania attractions for casual fans over the years analyzing celebrities from both the entertainment and sports fields that have crossed over onto the grandest stage […]
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on May 15, 2012

Looking at WWE`s New Superstars

  As I have mentioned a lot lately on both Twitter and our Podcast, I have found myself enjoying Smackdown more than Raw on most weeks recently. One of the main reasons that I have enjoyed Smackdown so much is the introduction of new Superstars to the roster. While this has not been exclusive to Smackdown, the New Talent […]
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The WWE’s New Mainstream Star?

On the heel’s of Mo’s tremendous article (found HERE) regarding why Ryback is unlikely to be the next Goldberg I thought it would be fun to republish an article I did last year where I chose Skip Sheffield to get a Goldberg-like push. For those of you who are unaware, and even if you are, Ryan […]
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