2016 is almost at an end. So as one amazing year of wrestling comes to a close, it’s time to look at what the future has in store for us. 2017 has a lot to live up to if it wants to surpass the last twelve months of fantastic grappling action, but with all of these exciting events to look forward to, it may just achieve that. So here they are: my Top 10 Things I’m Looking Forward to in 2017.
Dozens of men have held the biggest prize in wrestling over the last fifty plus years. The greatest of all time have had that golden strap around their waist, and worn it with pride; however, this prestigious title hasn’t always belonged to the most deserving of wrestlers. From time to time, WWE creative get it bafflingly wrong, and hand their most valuable prize to grapplers who don’t even deserve to be in the same room as that title. And in my mind, one ‘champion’ stands out above, or in this case below, the rest as the worst of the worst. This isn’t about how bad their title reign was, or how long they held the belt, or even how good their championship defences were, this is all about how deserving they were to hold it in the first place. At least the likes of Jack Swagger and Sycho Sid initially showed signs of potential, yet it was painfully obvious to everyone except for Vinny Mac that this man shouldn’t have even been inside a wrestling ring, let alone reach the top of the mountain.
Not every move has to be the final blow, but that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be a good one. In fact, some of them are pretty damn bad, and here’s the worst of them: Top 10 Worst Non-Finishing Moves in Wrestling.
World championships are the biggest prizes in any sport. Just being in the conversation for a world title means you’re probably one of the best in the world at what you do, and the same applies for wrestling. Unfortunately though in this wonderful world of sports entertainment, some deserving talents aren’t given the chances that they rightly deserve. While wrestlers like Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns, and John Cena are repeatedly involved in world title matches, there are plenty of members of the main roster that are more than ready for the opportunity to win some major gold. But who are the most deserving of a one-on-one shot at the biggest prize in wrestling? Here are my Top 10 WWE Wrestlers Who Deserve a World Title Match.
For the last ten years, there’s been one WWE talent that I’ve consistently hated. Well, that is until this year.
WWE is home to some of the most talented performers in the world of wrestling. However, talent unfortunately doesn’t always mean success. Sometimes, even the best grapplers get swept under the ring, kept backstage, or are put a position on the card they simply don’t deserve to be in. It’s happened all too often over the years, and it’s sadly still going on today. But which WWE personnel’s skills are most going to waste? Here are my Top 10 Most Underutilised Talents in WWE.
I love a bit of merch. We all do; we want to show our support for our favourite wrestlers and promotions. The problem is that there’s so much beautiful merchandise out there, yet so little money in my wallet. Yet, no matter how light they may leave our pockets, we just cannot resist treating ourselves from time to time.