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The Lasting IMPACT – TNA Bound For Glory: When Worlds Collide


This past weekend TNA Wrestling presented their biggest pay-per-view of the year, Bound For Glory. And this year TNA did something drastically different in terms of their presentation. For the first time ever, Bound For Glory was held in Tokyo, Japan this year. The pay-per-view aired on a taped delay, which allowed fans the opportunity to go scour the internet in search ... Read More »

Ring of Honor Wrestling Results and Review October 11, 2014: Briscoe Speaks, Honor Rumble Decides #1 Contender


The New Champ Speaks Overview: From the Wesbanco Arena in Wheeling, West Virginia, this is ROH TV episode 160. After the show’s intro, we get a video package highlighting Michael Elgin losing the ROH World Championship to Jay Briscoe at All-Star Extravaganza 6 in Toronto, Ontario. Pretty quick package which leads us straight into the Wesbanco Arena. In the arena, Kevin ... Read More »

WWE: The Juggernaut That Purposely Holds Itself Back

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It’s said that competition breeds quality. It’s also said that WWE doesn’t have any “real” competition, therefore, the company’s officials don’t have a nagging desire to better themselves. The performers all have a quest to be the very best the world has ever seen but those in charge of their direction have created and/or prolonged the repetitive timeline of abandoned ... Read More »

Ring of Honor Wrestling Results and Review October 4, 2014: Adam Cole is a Jerk, and Ciampa Loses it on Elgin


Starting From the Back of the Line Again Overview: From the Frontier Fieldhouse in Chicago Ridge, Illinois, this is ROH TV episode 159. This episode continues the road rage theme of recent weeks, with a continued focus on Death Before Dishonor XII. The show starts with a backstage promo from Elgin, who says that as hard as Ciampa’s been training ... Read More »