Today, the same dirt sheet who broke the story about the imminent cancelation of TNA on Destination America filed the following report concerning a conference call that Dixie Carter held with the talent:
The wrestlers at the meeting were not happy because they felt overall Carter was being evasive, and also it was hard to buy the idea that she was presenting that adding ROH to Destination America was to their benefit. The keys to the talent question and answer period is that talent complained that they wanted better lines of communications.
Here lies the issue, folks---unless you were actually on that call yourself, this is second hand reporting coming from "a source"---a mole---who was presumingly on the call and then in turn reported the result to the said dirt sheet---speaking for ALL the wrestlers at the meeting. The informatio...
Today on Bucket Full of Chicken Necks, Vince discusses getting yelled out over dirty toilet, the Diva in Spain, fixing his air conditioner, some of his favorite new sitcoms, Janelle Evans, Miriah vs. Nicki and his on-going battle with depression.
So, we briefly discussed on ‘The Brand Speaks’ this week how certain angle’s and gimmicks aren’t allowed to be written due to how politically incorrect they are. This sparked a fire in my big bowl of creative soup of a brain!
Roy Bevis and Zak Knight -- The UK Hooligans -- older brothers to WWE’s Paige. There is something about these two that I really like! But -- there is also something about these two that they are also missing -- they are not the “modern day British Bulldog’s” -- they are more like “what if Ronnie and Reggie Kray were wrestlers?”
They are more likely to smash pint glasses over your head than kiss your babies foreheads! They are football hooligans!
When I think of these two, I think of The Iron Sheik, and how hated he was because of how much of a nationalist he was -- and the heels in British society these day...
Yesterday, I forced one of my good friends to watch this week’s episode of Lucha Underground. I would consider him a “casual” fan as he only watches WWE. Like me, he is constantly disappointed with the creative efforts put into Raw on a weekly basis. I felt I owed it to this man – someone who used to drive 45 minutes every Monday night to join our college Raw/Nitro viewing party – an opportunity to see an entertaining and well written wrestling show that is currently on TV. By the time Angelico sailed off Dario Cueto’s office with a ridiculous drop-kick, he was hooked.
With the excitement of the episode still in his system (and a bunch of alcohol), I knew that we were not done watching wrestling for the evening. I fired up the WWE Network, headed to the “Raw Attitude Era” section, and clicked “X” on my PS4 contr...
Today on THE SWERVE, Vince welcomes musical guest Zac Eisenstein, lead vocalist and guitarist of Man Overboard. Zac schools Vince on everything music including how to write a song, and how to handle over- zealous groupies! Zac even plays an original song---LIVE. A very special, one of a kind SWERVE!
Vince and Jeff Lane analyze last night's show breaking down every segment, telling you what worked, what didn't, and why. In this highly popular show, no punches are held back---as Vince so eloquently puts it, "I'm not waiting for my phone to ring any day soon."
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