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Cena vs Rock – The Wait Is OVER.

Cena vs Rock – The Wait Is OVER.

*Excerpts from DieHard Pro Wrestling Blog* The Rock defeated John Cena after the year long build up of the greatest pro wrestling main event of all-time. “As much criticism as The Rock gets, everyone needs to realize he WAS a pro wrestler long before he became a Hollywood star. And when he was a pro wrestler, he was one of the greatest of all time!….It’s not like Brad Pitt or George Clooney came in and Cena did … Read entire article »

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It Really Was An End of An Era

It Really Was An End of An Era

*Excerpts from DieHard Pro Wrestling Blog* In a match that was defined as “The End of An Era”, The Undertaker continued his Wrestelmania winning streak to 20-0 by defeating Triple H in a Hell In The Cell Steel Cage Match featuring Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels as the special guest referee. “As I woke up this morning, I had mixed feelings about this match. Perhaps I expected more. Perhaps I expected a swerve. And perhaps I got … Read entire article »

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Did Punk and Jericho Steal The Show?

Did Punk and Jericho Steal The Show?

*Excerpts from DieHard Pro Wrestling Blog* CM Punk retained his WWE World Title by defeating Chris Jericho. “I felt this was the match to steal the show. And in my opinion, it did…but barely.” “I don’t think the WWE Universe understood what they were watching… Jericho and Punk took us to an early time in their career… What we saw was a Japanese exhibition and a technical clinic where these opponents stretched each other in ways the human … Read entire article »

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Tag Match Ends With Zack’s Sack

Tag Match Ends With Zack’s Sack

*Excerpts from DieHard Pro Wrestling Blog* Team John Laurinaitis defeated Team Teddy Long to take over control as general manager of the RAW an Smackdown brands. “This was a typical throw-away match… creative decided to compile 12 roster members into one match as a “thank you for your hard work this year”.” “From the start, it was obvious Team Johnny was going over…. Team Johnny was stacked with some of the top talents on the roster, some who … Read entire article »

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Big Show Gets Big Moment, But Put Focus Back on Rhodes

Big Show Gets Big Moment, But Put Focus Back on Rhodes

*Excerpts from DieHard Pro Wrestling Blog* The Big Show finally got his Wrestlemania moment when he defeated champion Cody Rhodes to win the Intercontinental title. “…it was one of my favorite original concepts of the year… simplicity at its best! Another prime example of less is in fact more!” “What made this angle work is that most fans forgot how bad Big Show’s Wrestlemania track record really was. He truly never had a real Wrestlemania moment. Before this … Read entire article »

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Diva’s Match Didn’t Need “Extra” Hype

Diva’s Match Didn’t Need “Extra” Hype

*Excerpts from DieHard Pro Wrestling Blog* Kelly Kelly and host of television’s Hollywood gossip show Extra, Maria Menounos defeated Divas champion Beth Phoenix and Eve Torres. “Not much to talk about here. It’s the token boobs and booty match of any WWE event.” ‘I’m glad that the WWE didn’t go over the top like they usually do when promoting a celebrity wrestling appearance at Mania…. nothing more than a slap to the face of the talent that works … Read entire article »

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The Monster’s Fire Keeps Burning

The Monster’s Fire Keeps Burning

*Excepts from DieHard Pro Wrestling Blog* In a surprise to many for a match with minimal build, Kane defeated Randy Orton. “There was never any real reason for heat between the competitors. It was simply two of the top veteran guys working against each other on the main card.” “Sometimes, drawn out storylines overkill the concept of having an effective match. It compromises the choreography of the match because you have to hit certain spots to make sure … Read entire article »

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Smackdown Title Loses All Value in 18 Seconds

Smackdown Title Loses All Value in 18 Seconds

*Excerpts from DieHard Pro Wrestling Blog: A new world champion was crowned at Wrestlemania, as 2012 Royal Rumble winner Sheamus defeated defending champion Daniel Bryan…in 18 seconds!!! “Now this could technically go down as one of the biggest and most surprising Wrestlemania moments of all-time, but I’d categorize it as one of the most insulting and demeaning.” “..the Raw title is the most prestigious championship in all of pro wrestling and no one really gives a shit about … Read entire article »

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