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For the past half-decade, one of the built-in storylines that has excelled as a drawing card for Wrestlemania has been building the belief in ability of the Undertaker’s opponents to end his now 21 match undefeated streak at the event. This year, the task of defeating the Undertaker falls on the shoulders of ex WWE and Ufc Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar.
While yes, many fans are led to believe that Brock doesn’t stand a chance in hell of defeating the Dead Man, there’s now nearly three decades of proven maneuvers that could defeat the streak. Thus, in this article, I will list moves that either from the realm of reality or from that of the supernatural, could prove effective.
12. Setting The Undertaker On Fire
Though having successfully competed in the first two Inferno Matches in WWE history, the time may have come for the »
- Marcus K. Dowling
We are fast approaching the 30th annual WrestleMania event and it is the time of year when many wrestling fans look back on the famous event and revisit the moments that, for whatever reason, were memorable to them. Through the years there have been plenty of memorable moments at WrestleMania and dozens of wrestlers have carved themselves into the tree-bark of history with their performance on the grandest stage in professional wrestling. One of those wrestlers, of course, is the man who called himself “The Heartbreak Kid” and was labelled by fans and critics alike as “Mr WrestleMania”. That man is Shawn Michaels, and this DVD/Blu-ray package is about his legacy on WWE’s main stage.
- Chris Cummings
Copyright: WWE Triple H – Thy Kingdom Come Blu-ray
As fans pour through the vast library of the WWE Network, you’ll see many of the same faces again and again. While more than seven hundred wrestlers have appeared on WCW and WWF pay-per-views, there’s a select group of top stars that have wrestled on dozens and dozens of times on PPV.
Using data collected from CageMatch.net and WCW PPV and WWF PPV star ratings from Dave Meltzer’s Wrestling Observer Newsletter, I’ve compiled a list of the most prolific PPV wrestlers. Also, I’ve included match suggestions covering many of their finest in-ring accomplishments. To be on a list like this you need longevity, star power and a lot of tenacity.
Let’s see who qualified!
20. Mick Foley
57 WWE PPVs + 18 WCW PPVs + 9 Clash of the Champions = 75 PPVs and 9 other events
All three of Mick Foley’s famous personas (Cactus Jack, »
- Chris Harrington
The life of a woman in WWE isn’t that easy because it’s fair to say that the professional wrestling business is a man’s world. To get to the top of the divas division you have to maximize every opportunity you get because the reality is there just aren’t as many opportunities as there are for the men on the roster.
On most editions of a three hour episode of Raw, there’s usually just one divas segment on the broadcast whether it’s a singles match or tag match. Often times those segments get under five minutes. That’s how little WWE thinks of their women at times.
Do you see a lot of the women on the roster get the chance to cut a promo to further a storyline? It doesn’t happen often. Aj Lee gets to talk the most, »
- John Canton
4 items from 2014
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