SPOILER ALERT: This is a review of Wrestlemania 33. This means that the results of which will be listed in the post. If you have not seen Wrestlemania 33 yet, PLEASE, go watch it before you read this. Now that I have said this, I am conscious free.
It is that time of year again! Wrestlemania has come and gone and it is time to look back at the night and see how it compares to years prior! This is a review of Wrestlemania 33. I will review each match, scaling them on a scale of 1-5. With that said, let’s start with the pre show
Neville (C) vs. Austin Aries Continue reading “Wrestlemania 33 Review”
We are certainly hitting the home stretch! Now that we are getting into the top 40 of the Greatest Wrestlers of All Time, we are starting to get to the point where we know who is in the Top 40… We just wonder where they are going to fall. Please be sure to check the other links as well to get the full list.
50-41 Continue reading “100 Greatest Wrestlers of All Time: 40-31”
So after completing the list of the Worst Intercontinental Champions, it is now time to talk about the Top Ten wrestlers who helped define the secondary belt and make it such a prestigious championship. Unlike our last list, these are the ten who’s careers benefited from the strap being placed around their waist and the belts prestige was elevated by these wrestlers holding it. With that said, let’s get started with number ten. Continue reading “Top Ten Greatest Intercontinental Champions”
Before we go forward, I should preface this list with the fact that I am not going to be covering ALL the belts that were featured in WCW and ECW. As a matter of fact, I will only be looking at the championships as well as a few other choice belts that I feel need to be covered. I also will not be covering the secondary titles in WCW and ECW because I feel that secondary titles are meant to enhance talent to the next stage which is of course the Championship and since both belts are now defunked, the secondary titles prestige and lineage are somewhat moot.
After saying that, I would like to cover the championship belt from WCW that was every bit as prestigious and important as the WCW Championship was back in the day. No joke when I was watching wrestling as a kid, I typically saw the person holding the Cruiserweight championship as the true champion of WCW instead of the slow plodding old guys that dominated the World title scene. I would take 1 Ultimo Dragon and Chris Jericho over 10000 geriatric Hulk Hogans and slow and awkward Kevin Nashs. The Cruiserweight division was just more fun and it had athletes who were small, quick, and excellent wrestlers. I am very much happy that it is people who found their home in this division that are now seen as the true World Champions instead of slow fat guys smacking each other. So of course when I talk about former WCW Championships, this one is easily the first that comes to mind. So here is the Top 5 Best and Worst WCW Cruiserweight Champions.
Keep in mind as always that this is my personal opinion based on the title reign’s impact on the championship and the wrestler. If you have a different opinion please add a comment and we will debate. With that said, we start with the worst. Continue reading “Best and Worst WCW Cruiserweight Champions of All Time”