WWE is ready to get EXTREME~! Will the first big show after WrestleMania make Andy angry?
The Juice Make Sugar family was out in full force when NYWC presented April Reign.
A retirement, two debuts, and a second chance. Will they make Andy angry?
Juice Make Sugar’s resident angry guy takes a look at his own Mania predictions, and the way the biggest show of the year actually played out. Will his own psychic skills (or lack there of) make Andy angry?
Okay, so Andy’s not going to WrestleMania anymore… but that doesn’t make him any less excited to watch the biggest show of the year. Will it make him angry?
It’s NYWC’s biggest show of the year, featuring great wrestling, championship matches, and one of the most brutal contests I’ve ever witnessed in person: the Psycho Circus match.
Psycho Circus the 13th didn’t make me angry…but it damn sure made me glad I’m not a professional wrestler.
Just days after #GiveDivasAChance trended worldwide, the folks at NYWC did just that. These ladies didn’t get an extra five minutes – they got the whole show. Andy was there to watch the NYWC starlets shine in the spotlight at “We Can Do It.”
A big job just opened up in the Orlando area, with the immediate resignation of WWE Head Trainer Bill DeMott. WWE is probably looking at a long list of candidates to fill the spot permanently. Andy has taken the time to whittle that list down to the Top 10 best choices to train the superstars of tomorrow.
We all know what he’s been accused of. Today, Bill Demott stepped down as a result of the allegations. The whole situation has Andy angry.
Being the angry guy is Andy’s thing, but he’s not the only one. Rumor has it Brock walked out on Raw, leaving his future with the company – and the WrestleMania main event – in question. Here’s Andy’s top 10 possible options for a “plan b,” in the event Brock is taking his ball and going home for good.