Wrestling


Charlotte Flair Talks Headlining Wrestlemania

Every professional wrestler dreams of main eventing Wrestlemania at some point in their career. For Charlotte Flair, she not only main evented the “Grandest Stage of them All”, but she also was apart of the first ever women’s main event at Wrestlemania.

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AEW Will Need Variety To Work

All Elite Wrestling (AEW) is now a thing.  Yes, that is quite the sentence to say without any context to it, but let’s say it again: AEW is now a thing.  Cody and Brandi Rhodes, Nick and Matt Jackson (aka The Young Bucks), and billionaire investor Shahid Khan and his son, AEW President Tony Khan, have entered the landscape as the newest and most talked about wrestling promotion on American soil without even a bell rung (All In doesn’t count).

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Ty Awesome Talks Super 8 Tournament, Early Career

Ty Awesome is your average guy you see on the streets. At first glance you wouldn’t guess what he does as a career. Awesome is just an ordinary man who does extraordinary things. Awesome is a performer, he captivates his audiences inside a wrestling ring all over the country.

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Forever A Horsemen: JJ Dillon

James J. Dillon, leader of the legendary Four Horsemen, Pro Wrestling Hall of Famer, WWE Hall of Famer, author and loving father. J.J. invited Under Review into his home for an exclusive interview. J.J. talked about his time working with Eric Bischoff and Vince McMahon, what got him into wrestling, the creation of the Four Horsemen and much more.

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Behind The Curtain: Flip Gordon

Flip Gordon is a professional wrestler who has soared in popularity over the past two years. Gordon went from living in Montana to joining the National Guard in 2012. Gordon decided to pack up his things and leave Montana to go train at the New England Pro Wrestling Academy. Today, Gordon is one of the best independent wrestlers in the world, signing an exclusive contract with Ring of Honor.

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Clash of Champions Results

WWE Clash of Champions 2017 was a fairly decent show. There were some surprises and some let downs but Clash of Champions didn’t disappoint. The matches were really good for the most part. I would rate the show a 7/10. A lot of the matches created interesting storylines going into the Royal Rumble in January.

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Clash of Champions Predictions

The 2017 Clash of Champions Pay-Per-View has a lot of potential to be a really good show. There’s a lot of room for good storytelling and WWE can use Clash of Champions to set up the Road to Wrestlemania.

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