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WWE Breaking Ground: Episode 1

by Frank Lucci

WWE Breaking Ground offers a glimpse (through the WWE’s filter) of what it’s like to be a professional wrestler in their developmental system. 1,024 more words


WWE Can't Address The New Japan Rumors, So Here's Another Interview About It On WWE.com

WWE’s handling of the rumor that a pack of New Japan Pro Wrestling’s top stars have given their notice and are WWE-bound is so interesting. They’re playing it as though WWE is a third party reporting on WWE news, and can’t reach anyone to confirm or deny. 473 more words


WWE Breaking Ground Episode 5 Review

Within the very first moments potential superstars step foot inside the WWE’s Performance Centre it’s very clear that the going will get very tough unless you are willing to put in the time, effort and dedication to reach those goals. 421 more words


WWE Breaking Ground Episode 2 Review

The path towards glory as a WWE superstar starts at the very bottom and is a pathway along a rather rocky road. Cementing that very reality in the quest to become somebody in the business, WWE Network’s brilliant Breaking Ground continued this week as we picked up from last week’s opener in discovering the fates of two particular wrestlers, as well as witnessing the gruelling tryouts. 441 more words


Interview Highlights: James Storm on his NXT Debut, what's ahead in WWE, and more

WWE.com has posted an interview with James Storm, who made his NXT debut on this week’s pre-taped episode (10/21/15).  The full interview is two pages, but below are some of the more interesting highlights: 547 more words


Halloween Horror Film Marathon - #1

It’s October 1, and I always start a Horror film marathon. I’ll still have the usual studio offerings, but I’m really focusing on short Horror films–most of which can be found on YouTube.  29 more words


WWE Promotes Two NXT Trainers to New Positions

Today, WWE released a press statement announcing the promotion of two top trainers to new positions.  Matt Bloom, who in WWE was known as Tensai and Prince Albert, took over as the interim head trainer when Bill DeMott resigned his position.  538 more words