Monthly Archives: December 2016

12 Days of Wrestling Fan Christmas: Day 6: Summerslam in Chicago

This is the post where I play the WWE Ambassador for Chicago. I would love for WrestleMania to be in Chicago, but the average temperature here that time of year (let’s use this year’s Mania date of April 2nd) is

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12 Days of Wrestling Christmas: Day 5: Kurt Angle’s Return to WWE

Kurt Angle made his World Wrestling Entertainment debut at the tail end of 1999 at Survivor Series. From 2000 to 2015 – on Pro Wrestling Illustrated’s yearly rankings of the 500 best professional wrestlers – he never finished lower than … Continue reading

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12 Days of Wrestling Fan Christmas: Day 4: Jay Lethal in WWE

On the 4th day of wrestling Christmas, I hope that WWE gives their Universe a man who is a 15-year pro, who turns only 32 in April. A man who has held titles in Total Nonstop Action wrestling and Ring … Continue reading

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12 Days of Wrestling Fan Christmas: Day 3: A Sami Zayn trade to SmackDown Live!

With a Win-Loss record of 120-73 in WWE, I can’t claim that WWE is burying Sami Zayn. Not even close. What I can claim is that they aren’t utilizing him to the best of his abilities, or to the best … Continue reading

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12 Days of Wrestling Fan Christmas: Day 2: Continued Commitment to the Cruiserweights

One of the most exciting developments of professional wrestling in Two Thousand Sixteen has been The Revival of the Cruiserweight Division. The cruiserweight style, also known as X-Division style, has been very popular in successful in World Championship Wrestling in … Continue reading

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12 Days of Wrestling Fan Christmas: Day 1: A Women’s Royal Rumble Match (& 40 Men in the traditional Rumble Match)

Dear Pro Wrestling Father Christmas aka Sports Entertainment Santa, I’ve been a very good wrestling fan this year, and most years since roughly 1990. Let’s not talk about 1992-1997, or 2002, or 2007-2009. I lost my way a little bit … Continue reading

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