Two Announcements

1) For those that don’t know already, I’m now part of the PW Journal which can be found at pwjournal.wordpress.com  So now, for those that are a fan of the Shark Attack, the Shark of Wrestling is doing double duty.  I look forward to giving you all the same amount of action and more on both blogs within the coming weeks. I would like to take the chance to thank those of you who enjoy my blog posts and of course a big thank you to the editor of the PW Journal for recognizing my work, a big thank you to Jason McDowell.

2) I don’t expect everyone to agree with what I write about on here.  The only thing that is worse than somebody who poses as somebody from TV movies or wrestling is somebody who poses as somebody you don’t like from TV, Movies or Wrestling.  I just recently had the dishonor of having to deal with an idiot proclaiming to be Michael Cole, who to make matters worse, actually followed me on Twitter just so he could crack back at me because of my disliking of Michael Cole.  First off, I’ve already seen his verified account on Twitter and know that this asshole claiming to be him is nothing.  Then he goes as far as to actually take a crack at my blog. Memo to this guy and I am being as blunt and honest as I can: FUCK YOU. Go back to your basement to whack off to your Vickie Guerrero poster and Jack Swagger figure.  And you can stop mentioning my ass on Twitter too.  Cause I know you got some man crush on me like the real Cole has on the Miz.  But I don’t swing that way and if I did, I sure as hell wouldn’t go for you.  And as for his comment on calling me a “Closet Cole-Miner” the difference between you and me, dick-smoke is that I base my opinions on FACT, not fiction.  Oh and if you’re gonna hurl insults at THIS Shark, you’re going to have to come at me with a lot stronger crap than you throw at me.  Man’s Game, baby. Man’s game.

16 of the Best Wrestlers in the last Decade: Part 2

4) Kurt Angle: Throw in all you want about the Jarrett/Angle drama and his other discretions outside of the ring.  You can’t deny that this guy does have a bad match in him.  Look at his matches against Joe, Wolfe, Benoit, Mysterio, HBK, list goes on.  WWE had a talented in-ring technician on their roster and they didn’t do anything with him because the top of the mountain in WWE was reserved for Triple H. Who knows? Maybe they just had it out for him simply for the fact that he actually showed in a match with John Cena how average at best Cena’s skills were in the ring.  That’s something else you can say about Angle is that he knows how to get a guy over, just makes you wonder how bad Cena’s skills were that even Kurt Angle couldn’t put him over.

3) Low Ki/Senshi/Kaval: This was a guy who was an innovator of the X-Division along with Amazing Red, AJ Styles, Jerry Lynn and others.  He was the first world champ in Ring of Honor.  He won season 2 of NXT and WWE cut him loose after a few months. I think it’s because they didn’t like that the guy could actually wrestle.  Not to mention he was also part of one of the most recognized stables in the history of TNA in Triple X with Christopher Daniels and Elix Skipper.  Not to mention ever since he left TNA, their X-Division has plummeted.  The guy is quick, has some pretty stiff kicks, makes a double-stomp look painful, and to this day I have no idea how in his ladder match with Lynn and Styles, his ladder fell and his foot caught the top rope, and he bounced himself back. I also have no clue how he took a cradle piledriver from the ladder by Jerry Lynn and still his walking. But that’s another story.

2) “The Fallen Angel” Christopher Daniels: Daniels has to be one of those guys where you look at him, you look at his skill and his matches and you just think “For God’s sake give him the world title already.  He has yet to do that in either TNA or ROH, something that I think is long overdue.  Look at his matches with AJ, or his last match with Eddie Edwards or his matches with Joe. This guy can perform and does one of the best looking moonsaults I’ve seen in wrestling, hence the name BME (Best Moonsault Ever.) He also has held the X-Division title for six months and was part of one of the greatest tag matches I’ve seen in Triple X vs America’s Most Wanted in the six sides of steel.  This guy needs to be a world champion.

1) “The American Dragon” Bryan Danielson/Daniel Bryan: Going back to his ROH days, I remember hearing the crowd chant “Best in the World. Best in the World” when he came out.  He called himself the best in the world and he set out to prove that whenever he got in the ring.  Look at his matches with Nigel, with Tyler, the fatal fourway match between him, Jerry Lynn, Tyler Black and Austin Aries. I swear in that match I thought they killed each other.  There are few submission specialists in wrestling these days because a lot of the time, it’s like all but ROH are trying to steer away from the word wrestling. Luckily this is one guy who won’t and I hope never does. Just as I hope that one day, I’ll see this guy in the WWE show what he can really do and maybe once again hear the name “American Dragon” during his entrance.

16 of the Best Wrestlers I’ve seen in the last Decade: Part 1

Now that the draft has come and gone and amidst the chaos of wrestling itself and all of the problems that it has, I thought it best to take the chance and talk about some of the wrestlers that have amazed me to the point where I believe there is still a future for pro wrestling.  So here’s the list of them in no particular order.

16) El Generico: Set aside what you may think of his gimmick, the truth is that I have yet to see a bad match with him in it, whether it be in singles or in his tag team days with Kevin Steen.  Not to mention, the amount of energy and raw emotion that was put into the rivalry between Steen and Generico, when was the last time we’ve seen so much emotion in a feud? It’s been a long time and this was one that lasted for over a year.  You don’t see many feuds last that long and still be entertaining. If you want a good match, watch Final Battle 2010 and see the street fight between Steen and Generico.

15) Roderick Strong: One of the first guys that I watched when I saw ROH was Roderick Strong and after Tyler Black won the belt, I wanted to see Roderick Strong to be the next guy holding the belt.  He did end up doing that, given I would have rather seen him do it on his own and without Truth Martini, but that’s the business.  The guy is fast, agile, has one mean looking running kick and can make even a simple move as a backbreaker look painful as hell.

14) “The Phenomenal” AJ Styles: When I started watching TNA, the first match I ever saw was from Final Resolution in an X-Division Title match in Ultimate X between Petey Williams, AJ Styles and Chris Sabin and it blew me away. Then I watched both Ironman matches between Styles and The Fallen Angel Christopher Daniels.  For a long time, you had those two and Samoa Joe as the focal points of the X-Division. AJ has held the tag title, TV title, X-Division title and even the World title. Every company has a guy that is their franchise player or a guy that helped put them on the map.  For TNA, even if they don’t realize it, there guy is AJ Styles.

13) Samoa Joe: It’s rare in wrestling when you see a guy who is not the tallest and can still posses a balance of agility and raw power.  He may not talk much on the microphone but he lets what he’s capable of in the ring do the talking for him.  You look at the matches between Joe and Kurt Angle, and you have some of the best submission/technical wrestling you’ll find today.  Why he’s only held the world title in TNA only one time, I have no idea. This is also a guy who held the title in ROH for a year and I’d be lying if I said there weren’t times where I wish he was back in ROH so I can see him go against some of their current roster.

12) Randy Orton: There was a point where I was wondering if Randy Orton would ever find that right spot that would just click for him, that would work and be his signature.  I’m glad I was wrong because he’s fond it as “The Viper.”  He’s cold, ruthless, has a mean looking punt kick and has proven to be able to hit the RKO out of literally anywhere, even if the guy is in mid-air. It’s like the guy’s equivalent of the sweet chin music.

11 & 10) Jack Evans & Matt Sydal/Evan Bourne: I’ve combined these two mainly because of the fact that they were the biggest highlights to me in Wrestling Society X which was where I first saw them.  Some the high flying moves that they do like the Cyclorama or the 630 splash defy belief on how they can be done. The last time I saw match with Evans, it was a match against Teddy Hart and it was done at the last minute due to weather related issues for the ROH PPV and it still turned out great. It made me wish that both Hart and Evans were still in ROH.  As for Sydal, I love that the WWE signed him but what I don’t love is that he’s yet to hold any belt and due to Vince’s love for the big guys, he’s not gonna get pushed because of that.  Unless we see a Rey Mysterio kind of push pulled on Evan Bourne.

9) Kofi Kingston: As much as I disliked the WWE version of ECW, I loved the introductin of this guy.  He’s quick, agile, entertaining and decent mic skills. He’s held the IC and US title in WWE and even had a decent showing in a feud with Randy Orton. Then he got moved to Smackdown and got buried there.  He’s one in a select few that I feel WWE needs to invest in more as opposed to their obsession with pushing non-wrestlers.  Here’s hoping that with Kofi Kingston back on Raw and if Miz still holds the belt after the PPV, maybe we can see those two in a match. Hopefully.

8 ) Tyler Black: The first time I watched ROH on HDNet, their main event was Tyler Black vs Jimmy Jacobs.  The guy moves like a cruiserweight but has the force of an average sized wrestler or higher.  And when I thought he couldn’t impress me more, he does so in his matches with Bryan Danielson. I can’t remember the last time I ever smiled following a match ending in a draw.  All I could think after that end was I wanted to see more. Then I got more and I was still happy that it ended in a double countout. I loved that it took 3 matches before we got an actual winner between Danielson and Black. Then his last match in ROH, they dedicated one full hour to one match, Davey Richards and Tyler Black.  That would normally have the ability to be a recipe for disaster, but the match still worked. Now he’s in WWE and supposed to be under the name of Seth Rollins. Please don’t screw him up WWE.

7) “Mr Wrestling” Kevin Steen: You need an example of how good this guy is, look at his feud with El Generico. Look at the match they had at Final Battle last year.  This guy moves quick for a guy his size and has every bit of raw power in him to match it up. That and he has the most sick, crazy piledriver that I’ve ever seen in wrestling. I’ve even heard it’s banned in some states or was at least. He has decent skills on the mic as a face and even better when he was a heel.  He calls himself Mr Wrestling and he definitely knows how to back it up, whether it’s doing a swanton or the package piledriver. I just hate that they split up him and Generico because they were a good tag team.

6) Nigel McGuinness/Desmond Wolfe: This was the only other guy who held the belt as long or at least almost as long as Samoa Joe did in ROH.  He’s cocky, British, and he even wore the belt backwards like it was his way of saying to the fans and maybe even ROH itself for them to kiss his ass.  He was banged up a lot even when he was champ but he still wrestled like he was 100%.  Top that off with him having the meanest looking lariat I’ve ever seen. It makes JBL’s clothesline from hell look like a slap on the wrist.  Also when I saw him do the turnbuckle headstand, I thought Ultimo Dragon was the only one who could do that.  Too bad TNA has done nothing with him. His first match was against Kurt Angle and Angle had to do very little to carry him. In fact, it looked like for a second that in their first match that Angle had to actually step it up to keep up with him. Here’s hoping he goes back to ROH, see him take back the belt that was his. 

5) The American Wolves (Davey Richards and Eddie Edwards): This one was a tie. I’m keeping what I have to say about these two as brief as I can because I’m writing about them in another blog about tag teams.  There are certain teams where when you separate them, only one of them is good. The Wolves are an example of two great wrestlers make one insanely great team.  Two sound technicians in the ring at both submission and various fighting styles.  One of which who surprised the world by defeating Roderick Strong and becoming the new World Champion in ROH.   Of course I’m talking about Eddie Edwards.  ROH is currently teasing at a match between Edwards and Richards for the world title, which would be golden considering the last match they had over the TV title.  It was considered worthy of match of the year last year and should they wrestle for the world title, the match will still be of the same caliber with the outcome being a toss-up over who will come out on top. It’d be a cruel injustice if Davey Richards never holds the world title at least once.

The WWE Draft came and went, But Very Little Has Changed.

So the point of the WWE Draft is to change things up, to “Shake Things Up” in the WWE and they’ve done it every year ever since this whole brand extension took place.  Everybody was stunned when it was announced that the draft was taking place this past Monday as opposed to a month or two from now.  Truth is if Edge didn’t call it a career, that is probably what would have happened.  But Edge did retire and it left the WWE and Vince himself in a panic of what to do, hence the draft this past Monday.

Most of the changes that took place were ones that a lot of people expected were gonna happen and some that were believed by many should happen and of course you had those that were a combination of the two.  There were some moves that needed to happen.  Ted DiBiase and Drew McIntyre being moved to different brands was one of them.  DiBiase has too much talent to have been buried the way that he has and if he stayed on Raw, he was just going to keep getting buried.  Moving him to Smackdown was the right call and maybe they can turn him face or maybe move him up in the mid-carder category. There could even be a rumble between him and Cody Rhodes. Who knows? But anything is better than what was going down for him on Raw.  McIntyre needed to be moved because this was a guy who was being billed and marketed as the “Chosen One” and since losing the IC title to Kofi Kingston, nothing happened with the guy. His rivalries with Kofi and Matt Hardy were the only significant thing to happen for him in a long time. I’m one of those that feel that there is something there with this guy and maybe with this change to the Raw brand, maybe it can be found.

Moving Sin Cara to Smackdown was the right call because that way you can build him up at that brand before moving him to Raw. I also liked moving Daniel Bryan to Smackdown because I think maybe you can build something around him on that brand. There’s not a bad match with that guy, not even in his ROH days, not that I’ve seen. From what I’ve seen with the guy, he’s called himself the best in the world and backs that up in the ring. In terms of the Divas, moving Kelly Kelly and Beth Phoenix back to Raw was a good move considering you have Kharma (AKA Awesome Kong) set to debut and nothing really happened for either of them on Smackdown, moreso Beth than with Kelly.  Also, how many times have Big Show and Khali been moved from brand to brand? Also what does this do with the tag titles? You have two halves of the champs on two different shows? WWE forget to rectify that little problem? That leads to the other problem of having Sheamus who currently holds the US Title is now on Smackdown. I’m all for moving Sheamus but why do they have both mid-card belts on one show? So now Raw only has the Divas title and the WWE Title?

I almost forgot about Mark Henry, Tamina, Tyler Reks, Chris Masters and The Uso Brothers being moved to different brands. But that’s okay because I think everybody else did five seconds after it was announced.

Then you have moving Randy Orton to Smackdown which again another move that needed to be made. Truth is what is left on Raw for Orton? He’s gonna beat Punk, and really this adds more challengers for the Viper.  Same can be said for Rey Mysterio who seems also to be bounced back and forth but again you have more challengers for Rey and more feuds because they need something for him after the Cody Rhodes feud comes to an end.  Then of course you have the John Cena move at the start AND at the end.  I swear I felt like I just watched a Monday Nitro screwjob with that one.  By that I mean where the champion loses the belt at the start and then at the end, somehow gets it back. That’s the kind of screwjob I’m talking about and that was what it felt like with the Cena move.  All that and they could have moved somebody else.  If they weren’t gonna move Cena in the first place, why bother with that crap? All you did was just tease the fans WWE.

Maybe the shuffled the deck with this draft, but it’s like playing an overhyped video game you counted down to for days even weeks.  You play it for hours on end, laughing excitedly and then just as quickly as you got your hands on it, you drop the controller saying “Bored Now.” I’d say I give it til the next PPV following “Barely-Extreme Rules” at most before the fans have that feeling to where this Draft is much like moving dog crap from the front yard to the backyard, it still stinks.   Thanks for nothing WWE.

Immortal? I think the name Bullsh*t would suit them better.

Let’s face facts here, Peeps.  When it comes to stables in wrestling, they’re a dying breed.  There were days where there were stables like the Four Horsemen, the NWO, DX, The Wolfpac, The Triple Threat, etc.  More recently in TNA, they created a new stable in Fortune, then they created Immortal and the two stables became one and then thanks to not even being sure that they had everybody for a Main Event Mafia reunion, Immortal and Fortune split up.  At least when Immortal was a combination of both groups, they had some credibility.  Now, you look at Immortal, set aside Hogan’s ramblings and Bischoff who can’t a promo to save his life, who the hell does Immortal have?

Look at who they have now, especially since Victory Road.  You have Matt Hardy, Rob Terry, Gunner, Murphy and Abyss.  They had Jeff Jarrett but he’s kinda tapered off to do his own thing against Kurt Angle.  They had Jeff Hardy, but do I really need to go into that one? Abyss only has credit because of the fact he’s been there in TNA for a long time. You also have Ric Flair but what good is he other than rambling like a senile old man on a microphone, throwing off his street clothes, and bleeding like a stuffed pig? Not to mention always with Wrestling God this and Wrestling God that.  It didn’t work with John Bradshaw Layfield and it sure as hell doesn’t work for Ric Flair. Supposedly Ric Flair got injured or they’re doing an injury angle with him on TNA following Lockdown. Whether it’s legit or not, either way, as long as it keeps him off of TNA TV.  Seriously, this guy has done everything but piss and bury his legacy.  He’s held the world title several times, He was the focal point of WCW for a long time.  He was good at being a heel when one was needed, but enough already. There’s nothing left to prove. Call it a career already, Flair. You’re worse than Hogan is, hell you’re just like him minus the million back surgeries and you walk better than he does these days.

The whole Jeff Hardy incident was the worst thing to happen for this stable because now they don’t have a poster boy for that group anymore and with how bad TNA booking is, they can’t even make up their minds on who they want to take Hardy’s spot.  They teased at RVD and even Ken Anderson, neither of which is happening.  And anyone that thinks Sting will do it, BULLSHIT!  WCW made the mistake of having Sting turn heel years ago during WCW’s downward spiral and TNA already tried it with the Main Event Mafia. What do they have in common? Neither of them worked!  Forget about turning Sting heel because that was just as impossible as making a heel out of Ricky Steamboat.  Some guys are just made to be either just a face or just a heel. Sting is one of those guys who just can’t be anything other than a face, deal with it.

So what does Immortal do after Jeff Hardy, they bring in his brother and Rob Terry and teased about Hernandez but that never happened.   And apart from a brief run with the Global/TV Title, what exactly has Rob Terry done?  Then you have Gunner & Murphy, two guys who were at one point TNA security and are now all of a sudden wrestling gear.  What part of this should impress me? And giving Gunner the TV Title was supposed to give credibility to that belt? Yeah right just like giving David Flair the US Title on a silver platter in WCW when he barely wrestled a match was a good idea.

Everybody thought that everything was settled down after Fortune turned face and went against Immortal.  The positives in this is that you made heroes of the TNA originals in Kazarian, Beer Money and of course AJ Styles.  Watching Impact tonight, I can’t remember the last time I heard such an ovation for AJ Styles.   I’m not against it either. I like AJ better as a face because frankly when he’s a face, he proves in the matches he’s in more than ever why he is called “Phenomenal.” As for Beer Money, yeah maybe Roode and Storm work better as heels but with the whole Immortal thing, what else can you do with them? With regards to Christopher Daniels working both TNA and ROH, I’m just seeing where it goes from here.

Hulk Hogan’s promo tonight was lackluster even for him.  He’s pissed about the “Network” which is yet another plan of TNA’s that they don’t seem to know how to follow through on it.  At some point they’re supposed to have a physical presence and they don’t even know who they’ll have for it.  Paul Heyman sure as hell is not gonna do it and Mick Foley seems to be leaving.  So TNA’s only real option is Dixie Carter, and I’m not so sure how well that will work. There’s the off chance of Eric Bischoff but if that happens, does Hogan go face or Bischoff?  I’d be interested in the other mainly because it’s never happened.  Bischoff has always been a bit a of scumbag in his character but at some point it gets old. It gets to the point where you’ve heard it all before and seen it before.  A little something new out of that guy wouldn’t really be a bad thing. At least it’d be something fresh that TNA could do that’s not blatantly trying to copy the WWE.

At a glance, it’s shaping up to look like Immortal may come to a halt at Bound for Glory at the latest, but the big question is with how that stable is starting to fade and lose momentum, can they make it that long?  Unless they make some kind of change, I don’t see them getting past Slammiversary.  Bottom line is how can Immortal brag about being so all powerful when they don’t have all the belt except for a barely credible TV title and can’t make any decisions because of “The Network?”  It just looks like the same thing that comes out of Hogan’s mouth in promos:  Nothing but hot air or in a simpler way of putting it, Bullshit, just like what Immortal has been reduced to.

A Glimmer of Hope: Raw’s Ratings Tanked

According to Pro Wrestling Insider, this past Monday’s edition of Raw sank in the ratings compared to the previous weeks.  Furthermore, not only did the show finish with a 3.1. raiting, but the show’s viewership dropped as the show went on as the 2nd hour dropped from a 3.19 in the first hour to a 3.09.  THANK GOD!!!!!!

The only way that the WWE is going to realize that the show’s quality is sinking is when people stop tuning in.  Also, you notice that when people stopped watching was in the 2nd hour which featured at the beginning the stupid Michael Cole segment? Where are the guys that are telling me that the Cole/Lawler segments are the highest rated of the show?  Where are those guys that are going to say that crap that Cole is the greatest heel or that he’s entertaining or that he’s the best heel since Bobby Heenan?  HA!!!!! Yeah, right!!!! Bobby Heenan whether as a manager or as an announcer, was anything but a ratings killer.  And what was the point of now giving Cole some kind of royal moniker?  It’s like they’re trying to mold him into the Jerry Lawler of old.  FAT FRICKING CHANCE OF THAT!!! You really think anybody will take that seriously? Nobody takes the idea of having him as the next “Mr McMahon” seriously either, so what makes you think this will actually work?

How much more proof does the WWE need? Enough is Enough! We don’t want to see this stupid story go on anymore.  And you continue to have him rain down on Eve Torres. What the hell does she have to do with anything with this godawful storyline?  And considering that Tough Enough was able to maintain it’s ratings just fine, it means that clearly, that show is doing something right and Raw is doing something wrong.  And yes, I’ve heard the rumors that they’re molding him into Vinny Mac 2.0, but it doesn’t mean that it’s a good idea. As a matter of fact, it’s a crappy idea.  At least when they made Vince become the Mr. McMahon character, they did it quietly.  The way they’re doing this, they’re doing it loud and having the guy do everything but fall on his stomach, hitting the ground saying “Look At Me. Pay Attention Me” along with screaming and crying at the top of his lungs like a spoiled child in a supermarket.  At least when the crowd hated the Mr McMahon character, we hated him because he was an asshole, not over the top, arrogant yes but summed up in one simple word as an asshole.

There is no such thing as a good heel when the build up feels more like they’re trying to hard to the point where it’s like the WWE is saying “Please look at this guy.”  But getting back on topic, until the ratings start to sink and sales start to drop, the WWE is gonna be convinced that there is nothing wrong with their product. That needs to change and it needs to change fast.  Cause there cannot be a repeat of a lackluster event like this past Wrestlemania.  So to everybody I’m saying this right here and now. It’s time for the WWE to stop sitting on their asses, being lazy, throwing whatever the hell they want at the fans as if to say “You’ll take what we give you and like it” because that’s all they’ve done for the last decade ever since buying out WCW.  They’ve stopped giving a damn because with the competition and no contenders at that level that WCW was at when it was actually a contender, they saw no reason to try anymore or give any kind of effort.

It’s obvious that they’re not panicked by TNA and as much as I like ROH, they’re not panicked by anybody without a TV deal.  The WWE got to the point where they feel like they’re untouchable.  The WWE needs a wake-up call and let’s hope with ratings and a performance like this, maybe they’ll start to get the picture.

Preliminary Stupidity before Not-So-Extreme Rules

Can somebody please tell me when we decided to go back to the 1990’s kindergarten crap in the WWE?  I know that the WWE has been in some crappy shape lately in terms of quality, but for the love of God, what the hell were they thinking with tonight’s Raw?  Now, did I watch Raw tonight? No I read the spoilers, but I figured that if I wanted to simulate the feeling of watching Raw, I’d put my fist through the TV.  There are two kind of people I feel bad for right now:  Anyone else that DID watch Raw and those in attendance in London that had to endure it.

There were only a few things that went right with Raw.  The match with Morrison and R-Truth was kind of a double edged sword.   It served a purpose in letting R-Truth turn heel which as crazy as this sounds, I think it might actually work.  And yes, Morrison did get the spot in the triple threat match at the PPV, but the negative side is the fact that if Morrison was gonna get the spot in the first place, what was the point of him losing last week?   I thought they were denying him a title shot in a way to punish him for the whole Trish Stratus incident.

And of course you have the whole “knighting” of Michael Cole with the fake-ass queen and even forcing JR to kiss Cole’s whatever the hell he put on it foot.  There’s a benefit to not watching Raw tonight, I still have my lunch intact.  Why are they giving this guy so much air time and why are they so high on humiliating Jim Ross? Is it because he’s more of a sound mind on pro wrestling than any of them are?  And how is getting booed so loudly that you can’t do the promo a good thing? How much longer do they think this can go for?  Nobody wants to deal with this guy for another year.  He’s either his heel character or an announcer, pick one or the other because he stinks at both cause while he does the heel character, he fails as an announcer.  Announcers tell the story of what’s going on in the ring and put over the guys in the ring, not themselves.

Then of course you have the Draft taking place not in June but next week.  Can you smell the desperation from the WWE? Edge retired sooner than planned and it’s left the WWE in a tight spot.  Even after the draft, you still have the task of doing what should have been done sooner: Building up new heels and new faces, something that they’ve only done once successfully in recent years and it’s with the Miz.  I would say why don’t we see wrestling anymore with the WWE, and I am aware that they’re dropping the word “wrestling” from their name, but the big problem here is that long before that decision we haven’t seen wrestling in a long time from them.   Bottom line with this past Raw, it’s gone from “God Save the Queen” to “God Save the WWE Universe” because we’re suffering from a lack of wrestling and a lack of anything entertaining.