Hello and welcome to another edition of Rasslin’ Rants. So yeah, the Road to WrestleMania is officially underway with this past Sunday’s Royal Rumble PPV. I want to get this out of the way and say this show wasn’t very good. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the Royal Rumble (abbreviated RR for this article), it’s a 30-man over the top rope battle royal where the winner gets a WWE or World Heavyweight Championship match at WrestleMania. Seems like a good idea in theory, creating new main event people in the process, but that’s not always the case. Sometimes, WWE uses this as an extremely lazy way of rehashing something from the past. Such is the case for this event. Anyways, here’s what I thought of the show.
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HP Countdown: Top Ten FTW Moments in WWE 2012
Happy new year everyone! I hope everyone had a safe and happy holiday season. With 2012 firmly in the rear view mirror, we often look back on the memories that have occurred over the past year…some good, and some bad. I reflected on the past year in WWE, and what they accomplished and what they left us to scratch our heads at. For the past couple of years, I’ve done a ranking system similar to “cheers” and “jeers”, but titled FTW (For The Win) and WTF (What The F**k) moments for the wrestling group I’m a part of, and I figured since I have a means of distributing my diatribes to an audience outside of Facebook, and the year just ended, why not do one of each for WWE in the past year. Today, I present you with my personal list of FTW Moments in the WWE for 2012!
Rasslin’ Reviews – WWE Hell In A Cell 2012
Hey guys and gals. It’s been quite a while since my last post. Combining working a full time work schedule, exercise, spending time with my girlfriend, a vacation for Orlando, getting sick, and then combating being sick along with a hectic personal life kept me pretty busy. And it didn’t help that I missed September’s WWE show, Night of Champions, due to the local sports bar/chicken wing establishment wasn’t showing the event. And I feel that if I don’t watch the event, I don’t feel my opinions of the show can be genuine. I also had to do a name change for my wrestling-related articles.
But I managed to watch WWE’s recent pay-per-view, Hell In A Cell online. Without any further adieu, here we go!