Saturday, March 31, 2012
Friday, March 30, 2012
Thursday, March 29, 2012
Monday, March 26, 2012
They are going to become members of the Hall of Fame symbolically this is the term I am using for certain members of the Four Horsemen, Paul Roma will never be inducted as a singles competitor, and Chris Benoit career is no longer part of the history of the WWE. So this is the closet they we ever get to HOF.
Sting joined the group when Arn Anderson made his returned from the WWF. He was picked for an angle, during this time Sting was the hottest babyface and he was going to face the World Champion, Ric Flair. So the group picked him as their fourth member in order to keep him away from the title. The fact that he was a member of the Horsemen didn’t stop him from wanting to become the World Champion,
Sunday, March 25, 2012
Raw began with CM Punk, in the middle of the ring; he was highly pissed off with Chris Jericho for airing out Punks dirty laundry on live television. Jericho told the WWE Universe that CM Punk’s dad is an alcoholic, and because of this Punk is straight edge, he doesn’t drink, doesn’t do drugs or smoke. Jericho continues his attack on Punk’s family, and brings up his sisters long battle with substance abuse.
Saturday, March 24, 2012
Santino's Foreign Exchange; Santino Gets His Irish Up
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Hello again wrestling fans. My family and I attended a special autograph session with John Cena, at the Toys R Us flag ship store in Time Square. In order to get tickets for this event you needed to buy $30 worth of WWE merchandise, which was easy to do because they have a great selection of action figures.
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Monday, March 19, 2012
John Cena came to the ring in his old school ring attire, wearing a Cleveland Cavaliers jersey and his Chain around his neck. The Doctor of Thuganomics hits Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson with a couple of low blows. He brought up The Rocks boobie surgery, whoa, Cena went in hard. Cena said The Rocks chest has had more work done than a locker room full of WWE divas, that shit was hilarious. He talked about giving the Rock a gift, a "Cleveland Steamer",
Friday, March 16, 2012
Thursday, March 15, 2012
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
|John Morrison & The Wrestling Fans Review|
Hello wrestling fans. This weekend, we attended The Big Event in Queens, NY, which was a wrestling convention featuring Professional Wrestlers/Entertainers and Playboy Playmates, Alison Waite and Jessica Burciaga. I want to start off by saying that it was as The Miz would say, AWESOME!!! Everyone was great and nice. I really have no complaint at all. It was our first time attending so we really didn’t know what to expect. The featured stars were John Morrison, Melina, Chelsea, Bobby Heenan, Marty Jannetty, Winter, Tugboat aka Typhoon, The Powers of Pain (The Barbarian and Warlord), Melissa Coates, The Franchise Shane Douglas, The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs and Jerry Sags), Rosita, Jerry Lynn, Papa Shango aka The Godfather, Shelly Martinez, Angelina Love, Jim The Anvil Neidhart, Ashley Massaro, Bobby Lashley, The Boogeyman, Maryse, and Abdullah the Butcher.
Sunday, March 11, 2012
Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson made a huge comeback this week in the War of Words. He made funny ass vignettes, where he gave the fans a history lesson and literally buried Cena. They were hilarious. My personal favorite was the first lesson, where The Rock proclaimed “The Rock Revolution” on John Cena. The Rock states that the fans were tired of Cena and they are going to start a revolution tonight, just like the American people did to the British. He began by throwing John Cena’s merchandise into to the river, just like the people of Boston did in 1773, during the “Boston Tea Party”. By the way who knew that there was John Cena cologne for sale? Then The Rock continued his assault on Cena, with a beautiful melody that went like this “John Cena went to town ridding on a pony, Rock stock a feather up his ass and called him a jabroni”, lol.
The show started off with a huge bang last Monday night. The music hit and the fans in the arena got on their feet for, The Show Stopper, Mr. WrestleMania, Mr. Hall of Fame, “The Heart Break Kids” Shawn Michael. During this segment he wanted answers from his buddy, because apparently what happen two weeks ago really pissed him off. Michael calls out his best friend, Triple H and begins to question his actions. Triple H goes on and takes a huge jab at his friend by saying that he is tired of all the people talking behind Michael’s back about how he couldn’t get the job done, not once, but twice. With friends like that who needs enemies. The core of the problem lays with the fact that Triple H has always been under Shawn Michael’s shadow, when they call him out on the fact, that Michael is better than him; it sparks a fire under his ass. Shawn Michael proclaims that he knows who will win in the ‘Hell in the Cell’ match at WrestleMania 28, because he is the Special guess referee for this match.
Friday, March 9, 2012
Hello wrestling fans, with the question of "who's the best in the world?" on my mind, I decided to watch WWE Breaking The Code: Behind the Walls of Jericho. I must say, Chris Jericho is one of my favorite wrestlers of all time. As we all know, he has always looked up to Shawn Michaels and he always reminded me of Shawn too. He was always a great in-ring performer, worked all around the world, gaining so much experience and got noticed by guys like Paul Heyman, Jim Cornette and Mick Foley. Jericho had a brief run in ECW, which eventually got the attention of Eric Bischoff. With the idea of the Cruiserweight division in mind, Bischoff hand-picked Jericho as one of the pioneers of that division, alongside other guys like Eddie Guerrero, Dean Malenko, Rey Mysterio Jr., etc.
Thursday, March 8, 2012
This past Monday night on Raw I saw something that looked a little interesting to me; Eve planted a big wet kiss, on Zack Ryder. After that huge kiss, Ryder was hooked again and he showed off his eyes full of puppy love. Now, I wouldn’t reject a kiss like that from a hot Latin woman, but I know them all too well, you should be warned “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorn”! The only man that should worry about Eve right now is John Cena. He is the one that started to call her a “Hoeski”, and told her that she was “sipping from the skank juice”. It wouldn’t be a surprise to me if Eve & Ryder interfere in the giant main event for WrestleMania 28. Think about it, if Ryder turns sort of heel, (he wouldn’t turn fully heel, because he will be under the Hoeski spell) it will elevate his career. He will be facing the top guy in the company. Eve will gain credibility to her new found heel status. It’s a win, win on both side. Besides, what will John Cena do on April 9th when Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson packs up his bags and hits the trail. Cena needs another opponent, who better than his former Broski. Maybe I am giving the WWE creative team too much credit; they probably just drop the ball, just like the last storyline between Cena & Kane.
Wednesday, March 7, 2012
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Santino did it yesterday he became the United States Champion! I really don’t understand why the WWE are giving him such a big push, but knowing the WWE, his title reign won’t last that long. Remember when they put the title on Ryder and then the WWE took it away from him less than a month later, this was bull, but that’s wrestling.
Sunday, March 4, 2012
I posted a question on facebook the question was what will be the advantages (if any) if John Cena wins the match at WrestleMania 28? Many of you answered, but the one comment that stood out from the all rest: was made by a facebook follower and by my brother Ernest Heleno Jr., it was “it should be a passing of the torch, like Andre did for Hogan” and to that I say, no, no, hell no. That particular match was a once in a life time moment, that can’t never be recreated. I’m not saying, their comment wasn’t good, but The Rock is no Andre and Cena is not Hogan. Andre The Giant was an actual wrestler at the time who was getting out of the business and at WrestleMania III he past the torch to Hulk Hogan. Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson left a long time ago and he took the torch with him; so in my opinion the time has passed, and this match does not hold this type of significance. John Cena is the heart & soul of the WWE for many years now, and he does not need any torch passing ceremony or match, to legitimize his place in the WWE.
I want to make this perfectly clear; John Cena shouldn’t win at WrestleMania 28. There are absolutely no advantages if he wins. The WWE is lacking “heel” on their roster, so there is no competition for him at the moment. Prime example, what the hell was that crap the WWE did with Cane & Kane, Embrace the Hate, nothing positive came out of that storyline. The only logical step is to turn him heel, put him up against the younger wrestlers and help create new Superstars. Hulk Hogan explains it best when he made this comment “When you have everyone telling you how good of a guy he is, turn him heel give him that edge…and then he will have everybody to work with”. (This statement was made, when asked why he kept the title off Bobby Roode.) Who knows better about the significance of passing of the torch match, then the man who was involved in two of these matches, the Immortal Hulk Hogan. The Hulkster accepted the torch from Andre and then he passed it to Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson at WrestleMania 18.
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Saturday, March 3, 2012
Friday, March 2, 2012
Hello wrestling fans. Finally, The Rock has made a biography DVD!! WWE The Epic Journey of Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson is the latest installment to my collection of WWE DVDs. My favorite, kind of wrestling DVDs are the autobiographical ones. I've always loved wrestling and to have a "behind the scenes" look at it just fascinates me. Learning and listening to a certain superstar's journey gives me a broad look to the man behind the character. Going through The Rock's timeline brought back so many memories. My brother and I were at Madison Square Garden, the night Rocky Maivia made his WWE debut on Survivor Series 1996. Not to mention, we were at MSG last year when The Rock made his comeback after seven years away from the ring at Survivor Series 2011. I grew up watching Rocky's whole wrestling career. I was cheering for him ever since 1996. But it wasn’t until he became a member of the Nation of Domination that The Rock was born and his charisma started to show. You just could not help but love the most electrifying man in sports entertainment. I've mentioned before that he was one of the pioneers of the Attitude Era. His promos and matches were always wonderful and entertaining to watch. He had this way with words that made everyone listen. I think he's made more catchphrases that any other superstar ever.
The feud between The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin is one of the greatest feuds. They've headlined WrestleMania for a record, three times. There is no doubt that The Rock is one of the greats, but I must be very honest, I still believe he's a sell-out. The night Brock Lesnar beat him for the WWE Undisputed Championship; the crowd was yelling "YOU SOLD OUT! YOU SOLD OUT!" He left to make movies. He then comes back and made a huge impact. He came back as a heel and told the crowd to shine it up real nice, turn that sumbitch sideways and stick it straight up their candy asses. Then he left again. Makes another comeback for WrestleMania XX, but then leaves again. Seven years later, finally The Rock has come back, home. He now claims that he's back and is never leaving again. Claims he never left. As myself, I’m happy he's back and I respect Dwayne Johnson and everything he's done. As a wrestling fan, I can’t help but feel betrayed. The seven year absence makes me want to cheer for John Cena next month at WrestleMania. The truth is Cena is the top guy in WWE. Just like Andre the Giant did for Hulk Hogan, and Hogan did for The Rock, The Rock has to "pass the torch" to John Cena. Whether Cena turns heel or stays a baby face, he will still be the poster boy until someone else comes along. The Rock also explains that he felt he's done it all in WWE and that’s why he decided to make it in Hollywood. So if he has "done it all" then he has no reason to win at WrestleMania. Cena is here and has never left. If The Rock cares as much about the company as he says he does, he will job for Cena. On that note, the DVD is a must see for the millions, AND MILLIONS of The Rock's fans, and I cannot wait to see what happens at WrestleMania 28.
|Ernesto Heleno Jr.|