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The WrestleMania Experience

I have been a wrestling fan since 1988. I was 8 years old at the time and will never forget the first time I saw WWE (or WWF at the

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The one year anniversary of the WWE Network

It’s been one year since the WWE Network went live. Registrations opened at 9AM EST on February 24, 2014, and at 9:04AM EST I had my account done and all

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WWE Network: One Year On

Considered one of the boldest moves in sports entertainment, the WWE launched their online streaming service the WWE Network a year ago. With much uncertainty around the service many naysayers

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Macho Man Randy Savage’s road to the Hall of Fame

One of the greatest WWE Superstars of all time will be immortalized ahead of WrestleMania 31 when Randy “Macho Man” Savage is inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. The

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WWE’s and Sky UK’s relationship: It’s complicated

For over 30 years, WWE has enjoyed a fantastic relationship with one of their longest business partners, Sky. Sky has been through WWE’s ups and downs and have always remained

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The biggest wrestling stories of 2014

2014 was quite a big year for the world of professional wrestling. You can easily pin-point nine or ten big stories that happened throughout the year, all of which had

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Pro wrestlers fearing gambling addictions

In recent history of professional wrestling, many star names of the sport became infused with dangerous out-of-ring habits such as alcohol and drug abuse. However, a new threat has surfaced,

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The good and bad sides of wrestling porn parodies

When we sit down to watch porn, it’s usually not for the same reasons we take in a non-adult movie. After all, as far as most people are concerned, the

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CM Punk in the UFC: the good, the bad, and the ugly

Just a couple of weeks out from “breaking the Internet” with his podcast on Colt Cabana’s The Art of Wrestling, CM Punk found another way to keep his name in

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Jeff Hardy returns to Impact Wrestling…again

While his real name is Jeff Hardy, Impact television gave us his alter ego, Willow, better known as “Willow the Wisp” from his earlier days in independent wrestling. Willow was

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With a roster to rival the glorious yesteryear of the WWE, why is today’s product so stale?

I’ve been a fan of the WWE for 25 years now since it first started airing in the UK. WrestleMania 5 was my first experience and since then I was

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A response to Shane Skwarek

Yesterday, Wrestling-Online ran a guest column by Shane Skwarek. Contrary to many opinions, Shane argued that WWE was doing right by the fans, giving them what they want in several

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Why the WWE is handling Daniel Bryan perfectly!

If you just finished watching the Royal Rumble, chances are you’re a bit unsettled.  Whether you’re pissed because Daniel Bryan lost to Bray Wyatt or you’re aggravated that it was

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How heels are working in the WWE

A look at how our perception of a heel has morphed our opinion on today\’s WWE product!

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What’s right with wrestling

Keith Cohen has been a wrestling fan since that fateful day in 1983 when he saw Bob Backlund viciously assaulted by the Iron Sheik. 30 years later, he still loves

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The Vertebreaker 04/24/2013

Just a basic take on a few things. Hit me up on Twitter @TheVertebreaker or [email protected] to share your opinions. After watching WWE RAW last night, I kept asking myself

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Has the Internet destroyed wrestling?

Keith Cohen has been a wrestling fan since that fateful day in 1983 when he saw Bob Backlund viciously assaulted by the Iron Sheik. 30 years later, he still loves

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Say his name, sing his song…but don’t compare him to a dancing dinosaur!

Shane Skwarek is a Technology Consultant in the Tri-State area and a long time, avid wrestling fan. He’s a mark for cocky heels and subtle wrestling references, and holds a

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What to do with The Shield

Scott Batchelor is a lifelong WWE fan looking to break into the field of writing about wrestling. This is his first published article (and hopefully not the last). You can

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Time to change the Hall of Fame

Keith Cohen has been a wrestling fan since that fateful day in 1983 when he saw Bob Backlund viciously assaulted by the Iron Sheik. 30 years later, he still loves

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