Author: Joseph Rivera

Joseph Rivera. Opinion Based Writer. Pro Wrestling Enthusiast. Follow my IG & feel free to dispute/agree with whatever. IG: @joehova_

AEW

If Kenny Omega can hold on to the AEW World Championship until December 2nd, 2021 he’ll complete a year as champion. While 3 months out is a decent amount of time for anything to happen, Kenny Omega shouldn’t lose his title before his year mark. In fact, Kenny Omega should go well into next year as champion. Those of us who were introduced to Kenny Omega well before the days of AEW understand that Kenny has yet to scratch the surface of his potential during this title reign. Kenny has yet to go full-on terminator/best bout machine. There are multiple…

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Photo Credit – AEW After 7 long years away from the world of professional wrestling, it finally happened. CM Punk is back! Last Friday night on AEW Rampage, in his hometown of Chicago, CM Punk entered the United Center to one of the most massive ovations in wrestling history. Not only was CM Punk back in pro wrestling, but CM Punk was, and is All Elite! His first order of business? Issue a challenge for September 5th live on PPV. CM Punk vs Darby Allin at All Out in Chicago. Allow me to get into why Darby Allin is the…

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What will happen one day before the Biggest Party of the Summer? Last week Seth Rollins tried to embarrass Edge. John Cena also tore into Roman Reigns. Who gets the last laugh on the final night of wait before SummerSlam? Let’s find out. MUST WATCH: The show starts with Edge making his way out to the ring. They replay the Rollins promo from last week ripping Edge. They cut back to the arena where Edge is sitting in a chair in the ring with the lights dark. Edge says he saw and heard what Rollins said last week. He says…

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Coming off the heels of Christian Cage defeating Kenny Omega for the Impact World Championship, and right before a rumored HUGE debut of CM Punk on Rampage this Friday night, will Dynamite provide a ‘BOOM?’ We will certainly find out. GOOD: To start the show Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston make their way to the ring through the crowd to address something. Before they can get to the ring, Moxley and Kingston are attacked by 2.0 and Daniel Garcia. Matt Lee takes the mic with a message to Darby Allin and Sting. The attack on Moxley and Kingston was a…

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WWE

Photo Credit – Forbes To leave behind a lasting “Legacy,” one must undergo “Evolution.” Randy Orton has done exactly just that. Randy Orton is a third-generation pro wrestler. Son of “Cowboy” Bob Orton Jr, and grandson of Bob Orton. Randy is highly regarded as one of the greatest pro wrestlers in history. Orton is a first ballet future Hall of Famer. His accolades range as deep as the ocean, and they don’t appear to be slowing down on expanding. Randy Orton made his pro wrestling debut in 2000 for a local company in his hometown of St. Louis, Missouri. Orton…

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Photo Credit – WWE In the world of professional wrestling, some men are the opening act. Others are the main event. Some lie in between, but only one can be the “Whole F’n Show.” Rob Van Dam (RVD) is the “Whole F’n Show.” RVD is known the world over for being an ECW original, as well as his runs in WWE, and TNA. Rob Van Dam began to gain major popularity, and notoriety, in Paul Heyman’s wrestling promotion – ECW. Although Van Dam made his debut and wrestled for independent promotions in the early ’90s, RVD became iconic in the…

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Photo Credit – talkSPORT We’ve all heard the line “I won a gold medal with a broken freaking neck.” Kurt Angle would never fail to let you know about this. As long as you give him the chance, he’ll be in your ear to tell you. He has very good reason to do so. Born as Kurt Angle in Pennsylvania, Kurt is an Olympic gold medalist, and former professional wrestler. Before his time in the squared circles of WWE, TNA, NJPW, and a few independents; Kurt Angle wrestled amateur wrestling throughout high school, and college. Angle would go undefeated in…

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Photo Credit – All Elite Wrestling Before AEW was ever a thing, TNT had a notable history with professional wrestling. World Championship Wrestling (WCW) to be exact. While WCW is most known for legends like Ric Flair, Dusty Rhodes, Sting, and later on, NWO… in the mid 90’s WCW underwent a Cruiserweight renaissance. Eyeballs were tuning in to WCW programming for the amazing performances the Cruiserweight division were putting on. Stars included in WCW’s Cruiserweight division consisted of Eddie Guerrero, Rey Mysterio, Chris Jericho, and Juventud Guerrera, just to name a few. Juventud Guerrera debuted for WCW in 1996, after…

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Photo Credit – DDT Pro-Wrestling In 2010, at Japan’s DDT Pro-Wrestling, Daisuke Sekimoto and Masa Takanashi engaged in an absolute classic of “David vs Goliath.” Daisuke Sekimoto was on a monstrous run, ridding of what seemed to be the entire DDT roster. After defeating Shuji Ishikawa, Sekimoto had a hostage-like grip on the KO-D Openweight Championship. It seemed as though there was no one left to step up to Sekimoto, until an ultimate underdog in Masa Takanashi stepped up to the plate. Masa Takanashi would win a Battle Royal to grant the right to challenge anytime, and anywhere, for the…

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Photo Credit – WWE The Phenomenal One AJ Styles has a resume that checks off nearly every pro wrestling promotion. Styles has had classics all over the world. Many people would agree that no matter who ‘The Phenomenal One’ is in the ring with; he’s bound to make them look like a Million bucks. Although AJ Styles has spent more time outside of WWE than he has in it, in his short time in WWE, Styles has been apart of a plethora of classic matchups. Allow me to highlight my opinion of his top 10 matches in a WWE ring.…

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