Are you reading this yet? If not, DO IT! I've got a review of night one of Chikara's King of Trios tournament, a good piece on the state of main eventers in the WWE and a really funny picture of Scott Hall from his early days.
So, what's been cooking this past week? Well, there's the in-depth WrestleMania review, some fallout from WM, a look back at one of the great finishing moves from the '90s and an argument for Undertaker's inclusion in the "best wrestler ever" conversation!
What's up this week? Well, you can review Steamboat Week, which included two classic matches that were maybe off the beaten path. Today so far, there's a Claudio Castignioli sighting in the Best.Moves.EVAR feature. Coming ahead will be some more analysis on TNA's new acquisition, WWE programming post-draft, and a From the Archives that may feature the Original King of Wrestling, Harley Race.
What's going on this week on the blog? Well, there'll be a profile of A1 Cup winner "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, some more cool moves, including the first highlights of tag team and submission moves. Taz is going to be answering some questions on his Facebook, and I'll be sure to link them. From the Arc hives will feature something from the 90s, and of course, as Meltzer or other sources break news, it'll be on here.
If you haven't been reading The Wrestling Blog, you missed a review of one of the last WCW shows before the launch of the nWo, two additions to the Greatest Move Ever HoF, the promised GoAT Files on A1 Cup winner Steve Austin, plus more.
What's going down this week? From the Archives will go back to the 1990s, like I promised last week. I may watch another old wrestling show on VHS, maybe WrestleMania X? Plus, as-it-happens feedback from all the wrestling shows this week, plus any big breaking news as it's reported by Meltzer, Gabe Sapolsky or any other reputable source.
What did you miss last week if you weren't reading the blog? There was analysis of the 5/4 RAW that took the WWE to task, a classic Chris Jericho/Ultimo Dragon match from WAR, and the institution of the Friday Five on the blog.
What's on tap this week? Well, we'll feature Eddie Guerrero on the From the Archives, probably from his Black Tiger II days. The Best.Moves.Evar will have at least one entry this week. The Friday Five will take a look at pay-per-view events in honor of Judgement Day this Sunday, and of course, there will be analysis, previews, reviews, news and whatever else happens to come to mind. Enjoy, bookmark and COMMENT!
Back from vacation and back to blogging. Will I get to watch WM X this week? Maybe, but I will work in a "From the Archives" that I'll try to feature Magnum TA if I can find a suitable match on Youtube/Dailymotion. If not, then Stan Hansen, Vader, Misawa or lucha libre can fit the bill. Also, a look at why Shane Douglas was only ever really over in ECW, and of course, news, reviews and opinion as it happens or as the mood strikes me.
This week on the blog will be that long-awaited Magnum TA From the Archives, plus an addition or two to the Best Moves Ever, a Friday Five about tournaments (since KotR has to be right around the corner again) and other news, reviews and opinions as the mood strikes me. Please read, bookmark, enjoy and COMMENT!
Last week on the blog, there was a sick addition to the Best Moves Ever, a classic Magnum TA/DiBiase match from Mid-South in From The Archives and a lot of commentary about Kennedy. This week, we'll dip into the American indies for FtA, the Friday Five will concern classic feuds, we'll have fallout from Extreme Rules, plus all the news, reviews and opinions as they come up.
Plus, be sure to submit a ballot for the Reader-Submitted Top 25 Finishers Ever list!
What's on tap this week? Well, I'm calling an audible due to the tragic passing of Mitsuharu Misawa over the weekend. This week will be Misawa week. Also, I am extending the deadline for the Top 25 moves list, since I haven't gotten any ballots since last Saturday. Check out the back content, and please, read, bookmark and COMMENT!!
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