It’s #RandyOrtonWeek, the 20th installment of our (patent-pending) Juice Make Sugar Wrestler of the Week series. It’s time for Part Two of the finer points of the Randall Keith Orton oeuvre with some Essential Viewing.
For every #RicFlair worthy of his own Week, there’s a Dolph Ziggler: A young performer hoping to make his mark in the business. Thankfully, we’re here to help them same way we would any other athlete: give him tape He Should Watch. And we have some tape You Should Watch of the work that reminds us of his, because what’s more fun than old wrestling videos?
It’s Day Two of #RicFlairWeek, a celebration of all things The Man and the seventeenth installment of our (patent-pending) Juice Make Sugar Wrestler of the Week series. Today we give you the finer points of the Richard Fliehr oeuvre with some Essential Viewing.
The magic of full color scanning has allowed us to bring the wonderful world of professional wrestling trading cards to you. The magic of a broken childhood has allowed us to write jokes about them. Enjoy!
This is the Final Day of #AWAWeek, the sixteenth installment of our (patent-pending) Juice Make Sugar Wrestler of the Week Series. Now we sum everything up with a “Difference of Opinion” that will likely be closer to a “Difference in Levels of Understanding”.
The crowd in Seattle went Beast Mode as hometown hero Daniel Bryan brought home two Slammys and a bit of revenge on the Heartbreak Kid. Thankfully, for us, our good friend Matthew Timmons was there for the whole thing. And he’s regurgitating it onto the internet, for you.
It’s Still #4HorsemenWeek. And we’re taking some time to celebrate Tully Blanchard, The High Chief of the Mid-Card.
It’s #TheNationWeek at Juice Make Sugar, and we’ve decided to take a look at some young performers that reminds us of members of the stable that have come and gone before them, each of these guys has something to learn, and room to grow. For The Rock, Jimmy Uso will one day be looking to transition into super stardom the same way The Great One did.
There’s a lot of wrestling on TV every week, but only some of it is actually worth watching. That’s where Andy comes in: every week, he’ll break down the spoilers of all of WWE’s pre-taped shows to let you know what you should watch, and which segments and full shows you should skim or skip. This week, there’s a lot to love… if you’re REALLY into Ryback and/or using your remote to fast forward.
Kane, Bray Wyatt and The Big Show all do what’s Best for Business: Raw Regurgitated for 10/28