Raj Giri from wrestlinginc.com shares the following which has added to the growing theory among many who insist CM Punk’s walking out on the WWE is all part of some well-planned work…. WrestlingINC.com reader Dan Baker passed along this flyer that was being handed out after last Monday’s RAW. This was before Punk’s departure was made public,
Members of the WWE creative team were in Stanford Connecticut as of Friday in secret meetings regarding plans for Wrestlemania. The word we continue to get is that writers are in panic mode and have been since last Tuesday.
As America gets ready to celebrate what might as well be considered a national holiday (Superbowl Sunday) I thought it was important to remind us all just how important Wrestlemania is to professional wrestling just as the Superbowl is important to football fans. Wrestlemania at least for me has always brought the same feeling and
Rowdy Roddy Piper appeared on the Alex Jones radio show on Tuesday to discuss his 1988 film “They Live” which is celebrating it’s 25 anniversary and has become a favorite of so-called conspiracy theorists and how it relates to many people today. He also discusses many of his views on current events.
WrestleMania X8 – March 17, 2002 The SkyDome (Toronto, Canada) Intercontinental Championship Rob Van Dam def. William Regal to become new champion European Championship Diamond Dallas Page def. Christian to retain Hardcore Championship Spike Dudley, Hurricane, Mighty Molly, Maven and lastly Christian all scored pinfalls to become Hardcore Champion during the night Kurt Angle def.