My favorite teams
The Rock has got to be the busiest man in show business but still finds time to do the occasional WWE show.......and do it well. Best ever with a mike in his hand.
It makes no sense. Its one of the worst things they have done in awhile.Its been absolutely god awful. First two weeks of AEW have been where its at. Simply amazing.
It makes no sense. Its one of the worst things they have done in awhile.
I was also correct with The fiend and Rollins. They backed themselves into a corner and didnt have a way out so they made up that dumb shit.
I think it was done to show Rollins has a "fiend" inside of him tooThen completely ignored it the following night on RAW aka admitting it was a crock of shit.
Bray kicked out of a finisher at a one count like 10x then the ref stops the match because he was covered in chairs and Rollins dropped a mini sledgehammer on him? LMAO.
THEN CALLING OUT A STRETCHER??? Way to ruin Bray.... AGAIN.
I worry about AEW not having enough talent. They also kick out of too many finishers. You want to be different? Be different. That Omega and Janella match was really good but Janella should have not been able to survive all those Omega things when he is a top superstar in the world.Tonight's AEW card is insane:
Kenny Omega & Hangman Page vs. Jon Moxley & PAC
Jurassic Express vs. Lucha Bros (first round tag team tournament match)
SCU vs. Best Friends (first round tag team tournament match)
Britt Baker vs. Riho (women’s championship match)
Chris Jericho vs. Darby Allin (AEW championship match)
That’s where your wrong Stone Cold saved the WWE not the Rock. Yes The Rocks popularity was huge but nothing close to what the gate attendants were when Stone Cold entered the WWE. After he transformed from the Million dollar champion to Austin 3:16, he changed the landscape of pro wrestling.Wrestling hasn't been as entertaining since the Monday Night Wars ended 13 years ago.
Watching the Rock save the WWF in the late 90's was highly entertaining stuff. Don't really pay attention now but I cant imagine its as entertaining as this was:
Ahh, yes and no. Austin and Vinny Mac set WWE on fire. Rock and Autin prolonged it and dont get it twisted. Rock was on fire in the late 90's early 2000's.That’s where your wrong Stone Cold saved the WWE not the Rock. Yes The Rocks popularity was huge but nothing close to what the gate attendants were when Stone Cold entered the WWE. After he transformed from the Million dollar champion to Austin 3:16, he changed the landscape of pro wrestling.
Where is Brock going?I don't know what to do with the title....Lesnar is probably leaving so he has to lose. I don't think Reigns is ready to be champion. I don't feel like watching another Lesnar vs Cena match. Even if Daniel Bryan is healthy, he has no business defeating Brock Lesnar.
I'd like to see 1 of 3 things happen:
1. Undertaker gets a re-match against Lesnar and wins and retires as a champion
2. Reigns wins but Seth Rollins cashes in right away.
3. Cena defeats Lesnar at the Royal Rumble and Lesnar isn't the champion going into WM
Yes, however, Rock did not save the WWE, and I do agree Rock was on fire and his popularity was at an all time high, but never on the Stone Cold level. The issue with Austin was the injuries he was sustaining especially having Owen Hart nearly breaking his neck. Austin stopped being a constant and couldn’t compete like he did in the mid 90’sAhh, yes and no. Austin and Vinny Mac set WWE on fire. Rock and Autin prolonged it and dont get it twisted. Rock was on fire in the late 90's early 2000's.