Hey Yo Ever body! Addie & Mo attended the Rumble, took some pics and had a great time, so we thought you might want to see it. An Excellent Adventure, complete with strange things afoot at the Circle-K.
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Addie and Mo are back on the air less than an hour after attending the 2013 Royal Rumble live. They give you all the inside info on what it was like to be there in Phoenix for one of the WWE’s biggest PPV’s in years. Also, they talk a little about Sunday Morning’s VIP party and WCW panel. Exclusive scoops only on WTW!
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The depth problem in WWE is something that we on We Talk Wrestling have been going on and on about for months. When Miz needed to be turned babyface and his opponents in “fan voting” were Zack Ryder and Santino Marella, it really hit me just how shallow the waters of WWE are these days. I mean, I knew it was bad, but its REALLY bad. The development of new stars such as The Shield, Ryback, Damien Sandow, and the Prime Time Players are absolutely needed and a step in the right direction. The problem is that the new guys need to beat established stars in order to get to the next level. That is easier said than done given that John Cena, Rey Mysterio, and Randy Orton are the elite, established stars and then there is a big drop off to the rest of the card such as Big Show, Sheamus, and even CM Punk. It’s also going to take time for these stars to establish themselves with the audience and develop into main eventers. » Read more..
Time flies when you’re having fun and here we are at another November. November means one thing for wrestling fans: World War 3. OK maybe not. It’s the WWE’s 26th annual Survivor Series, this year subject to a three week build after Hell In The Cell. What that means is five announced matches and largely rematches and continued angles from the fall. That is, rightly or WRONGLY, the booking of WWE in this era. Well with that said, here are the matches: » Read more..
I find more and more that time has just been flying by! In many ways it seems like just the other day that I watched “Once in A Lifetime: Cena vs Rock” on pay per view at Wrestlemania 28. Now we are just a few months away from The Royal Rumble, where the road to Wrestlemania begins, and I’m sure it will be here before I know it. So with that said, I started to think about what Wrestlemania 29 is going to look like. There are a lot of interesting possibilities so what I thought I would do is give my thoughts on what I think Wrestlemania 29 should look like, at this point. I realize that there are a lot of factors that can change things (injuries, suspensions, firings etc.) but this is the card that I feel WWE should present as of today, taking into account the current storylines and my own opinions.
We are on the eve of the most promoted Monday Night RAW show that WWE has done in a long time, RAW 1000. RAW has been filled with good moments (Canada vs USA in 1997) and some horrible moments (Katie Vick) over the years but, despite it all, lasting 1000 episodes is a milestone that WWE should absolutely be commended for reaching. I have seen all over the Internet a variety of people’s favorite WWE RAW memories, so I’m not going to dog-pile on those articles. What I would like to do is give some superstars from the past that I would like to see return at RAW 1000. Some will be possible while others will admittedly be a pipe dream. So with that said, here is who I would LIKE to see at RAW 1000. » Read more..
My last column focused on whom I would select that is currently on the WWE roster should the idea to bring back managers actually come to fruition. (What Vince change his mind? Get outta here!). The more that I reflected on that column, the more I began to think who could benefit from having a manager, say William Regal, speak for them.
If you’ve heard the latest edition of We Talk Wrestling (if not it’s found HERE) you know that I was really bullish on the idea of William Regal managing a European stable. That stable got me thinking and expanding my list of guys and who should be their manager. So below is a list, in no particular order, of what my dream rosters of both managers and their stables would look like. » Read more..