Limitless Wrestling is one of the top independent wrestling promotions in the United States. This Friday, March 19, will be one of the most important nights in its six-year history. Double Vision will air exclusively on IWTV’s streaming service. The eight-match card will feature Christian Casanova defending the Limitless World Championship against Daniel Garcia. The hook: This will be Christian Casanova’s final independent wrestling match as he recently signed a WWE contract.Continue reading “Limitless Wrestling Gets Double Vision”
Big E emerged as a people’s favorite in 2020 due to his commentary on social justice. Enthusiasm grew for the powerlifting champion even more when he broke away from The New Day when he was drafted to SamckDown and won the Intercontinental Championship. Things are going great for Big E; however, he’s received a significant piece of criticism, which he recently debunked.Continue reading “Big E Goes Old Testament”
Earlier today, Wrestling Inc reported that Andrade requested his release from WWE on Monday during Raw. I had a post all ready to go highlighting the possibilities of Andrade’s potential post-WWE career. Right before slapping the publish button, F4W.com confirmed the promotion denied his request.
Despite the shifting narrative, there is one primary symptom that influenced today’s events.Continue reading “Andrade Denied Request For WWE Release”
The hype going into Revolution on Sunday was that a hall of fame-worthy, game-changing wrestler was signing with AEW. Christian ended up being the mystery signee and will use the name Christian Cage going forward. The 47-year-old star signed with the promotion one month after a well-received surprise appearance in the Royal Rumble. Reportedly, Christian was either close to or already signed a contract with WWE.
While many feel Christian is a hall of fame-worthy talent, being a game-changer, on the other hand, doesn’t track.Continue reading “Christian is All Elite, But Not A Game Changer”
All Elite Wrestling’s first pay-per-view of the year, Revolution, started strong, then fizzled for a bit and picked back up with a fantastic main event. Kenny Omega defended the AEW World Championship against former champion Jon Moxley in an Exploding Barbed Wire Death Match. Both wrestlers worked extremely hard and told an edge of your seat story, making great use of the environment. Sadly, like a great movie with a bad ending, the only thing people will remember about the match is the dud of a finish.Continue reading “Revolution Ends With A Dud”
Nia Jax lost to Lana in a Tables Match last night on Raw and hurt her “hole” in the process.
Following a missed leg drop on the apron, Nia oversold it and screamed out, “AHHHHHH! My Butt! My Hole!” in a moment that has gone viral on social media.Continue reading “Nia Jax “My Hole” Goes Viral to My Inbox… at Work.”
The road to WrestleMania has officially begun as Edge, and Bianca Belair won their respective Royal Rumble matches. Edge joins the two timers club 11 years after winning his first one, while Bianca Belair becomes the first African-American wrestler to win the Rumble.
I hope everyone is staying safe and healthy during these crazy times. With so much evil in the world right now, I wanted to do a quick write up about something fun. Then, I remembered that today is the one year anniversary of Avengers: Endgame. Continue reading “Looking Back at ‘Avengers: Endgame’ One Year Later”
On Thursday’s WWE investors conference call, Vince McMahon revealed the company is in talks with major stream service providers to sell the rights to major events such as WrestleMania. McMahon cited the potential deal as “transformative” as distributing more content to “the majors” could increase company revenue. It would also cannibalize the WWE Network. Continue reading “‘Transformative Changes’ Coming to the WWE Network”