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Book or Cook? The Booking Of Mark Henry

Brian Damage & Craig Wilson

The WWE roster is filled with “superstars” at every level. There are the main roster guys who regularly appear on Raw and SmackDown, those who are used as glorified jobbers and those who are barely used at all. 612 more words


On Brian Pillman

When Brian Pillman was announced as a playable character for the soon-to-be-released WWE 2K16 (as part of Stone Cold Steve Austin’s showcase mode), it instantly brought back memories of watching Brian Pillman on ECW when I was a kid. 627 more words

Marc Mero Delivers A Touching Speech

Some of you may remember Marc Mero, but that all depends on how long you have been following sports entertainment. I’ve been following it since I was a kid so I can remember exactly who Marc Mero is and who he was. 234 more words


WWE: Is Vince McMahon & Triple H Leaving Creative In The Dark?

It’s always difficult when two people are the boss. To specify that even more, it’s hard when one man is in charge, but lets the number-two man in the company make important business decisions. 422 more words


WWE: The Attitude Era & The Fans Who Want It In Today's Product

WWE and it’s Attitude Era were big. WWE was able to give us something that, in this specific time, we needed. As fans and as people, WWE was able to give us a show that not only helped us get through life, but they gave us happiness, hope, understanding. 953 more words


Dean Ambrose Talks Real Wrestling, John Cena, The Attitude Era , ECW and More

In a recent interview done by @JustinLaBar for TribLive.com, Dean Ambrose gave his honest opinion on wrestling storytelling, gimmick predictability, the Attitude era, dream opponents and much more. 540 more words


Attitude Adjustment: Wrestlers Who Thrived In That Era

Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.– Winston Churchill

Brian Damage

We can say what we want about the WWF’s ‘Attitude Era,’ some loved it…some hated it. 590 more words