Even without the title on the line, Andy considers this one the main event.
Chikara teaches us that Tomorrow Never Dies. Ring of Honor presents the Final Battle. CM Punk trades his trunks and wrist tape for shorts and gloves. And Andy? He’s as angry as ever.
There are a lot of reasons why tonight’s Raw rating is going to take a hit. Some legitimate, some…not so much. Either way, you’ll find your reason. Andy takes a look at the top ten reasons you WON’T be watching Raw tonight. And no, they’re not ALL Rosa Mendes.
WWE is snubbing Daniel Bryan. The WWE fans are snubbing Sting. And NYC is snubbing anyone who isn’t WWE. All this snubbing makes Andy angry.
They’re the Wrestlemania matches that were on the cards, but never happened. Now, WWE has revealed them to the public. Knowing what we could have gotten, and what we got instead, makes Andy angry.
It’s #BretWeek, a celebration of all things Excellently Executed and the 24th installment of our (patent-pending) Juice Make Sugar Wrestler of the Week series. Today, we give you the finer points of the Best There is, The Best There Was, and The Best There Ever Will Be’s oeuvre with some Essential Viewing. But mostly the frustrating ones.
It’s the Final Day of #PillmanWeek, the 22nd installment of our (patent-pending) Juice Make Sugar Wrestler of the Week series. As always, we finish everything off with a Difference of Opinion, this time mostly about exactly how crazy The Loose Cannon really was.
This is Day Two of #ECWWeek, the fifteenth installment of our (patent-pending) Juice Make Sugar Wrestler of the Week Series. Today, we give you the finer points of the company’s oeuvre with some Essential Viewing.
It’s Day Two of #4HorsemenWeek. This is the thirteenth installment in our patent-pending Juice Make Sugar Wrestler of the Week series. Today, we give you the finer points of their oeuvre with some Essential Viewing.
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 Ron Simmons, Big E. Langston is looking to fill the same role as a former athlete turned tough guy.