It is finally done. What was supposed to be a few weeks turned into the better part of a year. But we have reached the final 10, the creme-della-creme. The best that ever was in professional wrestling. Believe me this list was not taken lightly. Each of the top ten have switched spots more than once. But at the end of the day this is the final lock. These are the ten wrestlers who honestly represent the best and the brightest. To see the rest of the list, please follow the links below.
To those looking for my list of the most hated movies of all time, apologies. I wasn’t entirely pleased with it so I wanted to go back and do some revisions. So I decided to carry on with this one instead.
But on to the topic. I have blasted WWE in the past and will continue to do so in the future for critiques that are justifiably lobbed at the wrestling juggernaut. However, the door does swing both ways. WWE, for its shortcomings and the fact that it can be an easy mark for the internet folk like myself, is still a great company that does put on some stellar entertainment. There are some critiques that the WWE gets, that I find at least, are completely unfounded. In particular, when it comes to certain wrestlers who others cry foul at for being low on the card. While I do understand that WWE does bury some talent for strange reasons, petty reasons, or seemingly no reason at all. There are some that it is justifiable and this list is dedicated to being the Devil’s Advocate in that regard. These are 5 wrestlers that WWE is completely justified in keeping as low to mid card talent. Continue reading →
We have reached the downward slope. The top bracket is finished and now just to count them off to the finale. There may be a few surprises here and there but from here on out, you are going to be getting the classics. It is just a matter of where they fall in the grand scheme of things. If you stumbled upon this list first, be sure you check out the other parts of the list linked below.
I am sorry for the delays on this one. I do want to get the rest of this list out once I realized the popularity of the list. To move on! Let’s discuss 60-51! If would like the other parts of this list they are linked below.
It is that time of the year again! Time to review one of the Big four of the WWE, Survivor Series. This show was… relatively successful. There was certainly some surprises to say the least and overall I walked away from the show feeling satisfied with how things worked out. It certainly wasn’t a perfect show, but the new RAW vs. SmackDown Survivor Series motif certainly played to the PPV’s strength and set it apart from the other members of the Big Four. So as always, I will review each of the matches on the Preshow and on the main show then give an overall opinion on the show itself. Also, due to them being on the pre-show, those matches will receive less attention and will have less of an impact on the overall show. Continue reading →
The list continues! We started with the honorable mentions, then moved on from 100-91, 90-81, and now we hit 80-71. If you would like to check out the other parts of this list, please check the links below.