It’s #HeenanWeek, a celebration of all things Fair to Flair (and other members of the Family), the 30th installment of our (patent-pending) Juice Make Sugar Wrestler of the Week series. Today, we give you the story of one of the finer points of The Brain’s oeuvre with some Essential Viewing. Today, it’s his call of the 1992 Royal Rumble match.
A day late, but NO DOLLARS SHORT, as we bring the Bang, the Buck and the PPV review of Sunday night’s excellent Payback.
A new era bringing some changes to these monthly shows of significance began Sunday with Extreme Rules, but will it change how people feel about John Cena? Probably not.
It’s #TakerWeek: Part Deux, a (special two-week) celebration of all things Rest in Peace and the 29th installment of our (patent-pending) Juice Make Sugar Wrestler of the Week series. Today, we give you the finer points of Mean Mark’s oeuvre with some Essential Viewing. This time, it’s his best Streak matches.
The Showcase of the Immortals comes but once a year, and after consecutive editions that were considered “lackluster” by people who aren’t fans of how handsome The Rock is, the 30th edition brought the house down. From the ending of an era to the beginning of a (few) new ones, the first PPV on the WWE Network showed why no one really laughs when the company calls it the “greatest spectacle in all of entertainment”. Also, guys… CESARO!
A fun game for our alcoholic friends who are also wrestling fans. It’s time for WrestleMania, the Showcase of the Immortals (and a great way to get cirrhosis: We’re not here to judge, just facilitate. )
Tonight is WWE’s WrestleMania XXX, the Showcase of the Immortals. Or something like that. What’s the Worst That Could Happen?
Because we’re wrestling journalists — and Buzzfeed contributors — we’ve decided that we needed to start creating a Top 10 list based on each Wrestler of the Week. In honor of #BretWeek: Bret’s Top 10 PPV Opponents.
For every Wrestler of the Week, there are performers who came before or after them that either learned from their work or influenced it. This week, it’s Bret Hart, Chris Benoit and Dean Malenko.
The Shield, The Wyatts and at least six other people ended the PPV era with a bang. But did we get our money’s worth one last time?