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3 life lessons that can be learnt from major WWE Pay-per-views
3 life lessons that can be learnt from major WWE Pay-per-views

It’s not just entertainment To many, WWE is just entertainment. But there are some people who feel WWE is more than a source of entertainment. They get emotionally involved with the things happening inside the arena. There is something interesting to note about some WWE PPVs, 3 in particular. Money in the Bank, Royal Rumble and Survivor Series give valuable life lessons. These PPVs are famous for special ‘gimmick’ matches-

Aug 16 2015
10 times in recent history WWE went beyond PG
10 times in recent history WWE went beyond PG

WWE is no longer functioning under TV-14 television age ratings, since Linda McMahon’s run for senate made the authorities take the decision of changing WWE to a PG-rated product in the Summer of 2008. Fans have been highly critical of this decision, saying that WWE has ‘lost its edge’ and that things will never be as exciting as they were ‘back in the day’. WWE, under these stipulations, cannot intentionally make

Jun 18 2015
*Kayfabe* - Complaints from investors force WWE to change event names to family-friendly alternatives
*Kayfabe* - Complaints from investors force WWE to change event names to family-friendly alternatives

*This is a humourous article, not to be taken seriously* Vince McMahon had no choice After many of WWE’s shareholders lodged complaints to Vince McMahon himself about WWE not being family-friendly enough, the company has taken matters into its own hands and decided to change the names and features of its monthly pay-per-view events.  “Sometimes you have to listen to the people giving you your money,” said McMahon, w

Jun 9 2015
2014 Year in Review: The Best and Worst of the WWE
2014 Year in Review: The Best and Worst of the WWE

While regular people would be hoping to get a new car or a new house in 2015, the wrestling fans out there would be hoping to see some better booking from WWE as 2014 turned out to be a disappointment to say the least. To get the facts right, there were a lot of great moments in the year but since the bad things outweighed the good ones, we could conclude with confidence that Vince McMahon screwed up big time this year. A New Year celebration m

Jan 1 2015
5 Reasons why the Authority's return was Bad for Business
5 Reasons why the Authority's return was Bad for Business

Just when we thought that the company was finally giving a good show last Monday Night, the writers blew it off big time. They ended the episode of Monday Night Raw with a B Grade Hollywood type segment where the Authority was brought back into power just a month after their temporary death. Now, having the lights of Triple H and Stephanie McMahon on the road to WrestleMania is never a bad thing due to the star power that these two bring in but

WWE: 10 Defining moments of 2014
WWE: 10 Defining moments of 2014

We have reached the end of 2014 and that brings along relooking at some of the most defining moments of the year. As far as the WWE is concerned, 2014 was certainly not their best year with various complaints about the produce from viewers and critics alike. While there were a lot of diverse events that took place over the past year, the ones that really mattered were far less. However, this year wasn’t without its fair share of unique an

Dec 30 2014
WWE releases top 25 matches of the year video
WWE releases top 25 matches of the year video

Team Cena vs Team Authority was the no.1 match of 2014 WWE’s website has a new article up with the top 25 matches of 2014. Not surprisingly, the NXT brand delivered some of the best matches in the year and deservedly snatched a few spots in the top 10. The top 10 looks like this: #10 The Usos vs. The Wyatt Family — 2-out-of-3-Falls WWE Tag Team Championship Match (WWEBattleground) #9 Sami Zayn vs. Cesaro (NXT ArRIVAL)

Dec 28 2014
News on WWE Survivor Series 2014 buyrate
News on WWE Survivor Series 2014 buyrate

WWE Survivor Series 2014 featured Team Cena vs. Team Authority New data released by WWE’s Corporate website this week reveals that the 2014’s WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view which featured Team Cena vs. Team Authority and Sting’s return to WWE drew around 100,000 buys on traditional pay-per-view.  These buys were during the WWE Network’s free month of November. It is to be noted that 100,000 fan

Dec 22 2014