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Tuesday, February 21, 2006
WrestleMania 22 Predictions
Mood:  rushed
Coming from a request from my guestbook, I have decided to get feedback from visitors on my site about predictions for WrestleMania 22. I realize that today, Tuesday, February 21, 2006, may be a bit early, but if you don't know half that matches that are going to be on WM22 without they actaully confirming it, you should crawl out from that rock you've been living under.

Here are the matches that will happen and may happen and my predictions:

Kurt Angle vs. Randy Orton vs. Rey Mysterio: I expected Randy Orton to win the Royal Rumble, but with Rey winning it, he would face Angle at WrestleMania 22, which I thought was better. Then the WWE had to go and make Orton beat Rey for his title shot. This match will be a triple threat match with Orton, Angle and Mysterio.

I would have to say that Kurt Angle would pin Rey Mysterio after he received an RKO to retain the title.

HHH vs. John Cena: Triple H is going to WrestleMania to fight for the WWE Championship. Didn't see this coming. This will be the 6th WrestleMania main event match that Hunter will be in and it's his 5th consecutive main event. Not even Hulk Hogan main evented that many WrestleMania's back to back. I, as well as others have grown tired of HHH, as he is no longer fresh, but I feel that he will be the most cheered in his match, which brings me to John Cena.

The kids and the women love Cena, but the men can't stand him. Charisma, he's got to spare, but wrestling ability, which is what many true fans really want to see, he couldn't fill a thimble, which is a shame because he really is talented in the ring. There is no doubt in my mind that after the initial pop for his entrance, it will all be a chorus of boos as evident on Saturday Night's Main Event.

I am really picking not who I want to win, but who I want to lose the least. I see John Cena picking up the win by reversing a Pedigree and hitting the FU.

Money in the Bank 2: Last night, Carlito proposed a MITB match at WM, similar to last year. I didn't see Raw last night, so when I read the results, I was surprised at this suggestion, but not by much. As of 02/28/2006, the participants are Ric Flair, RVD and Shelton Benjamin. As of 03/06, the MITB will now be interpromotional.

As of March 21, 2006, the 6 contenders are Flair, RVD, Shelton, Matt Hardy, Finlay and Lashley. I see RVD winning this match.

HBK vs. McMahon: We take a talented popular wrestler who can make any match a 4 star classic, as evidenced by his previous WM matches, and we put him in the ring against a 60 year old man who's mobility is probably as bad as Hulk Hogan and what do you get? That's the thing, I don't know either. I see McMahon get busted open 2 minutes into this "match." I hope and pray that Bret Hart doesn?t get involved in this in this cluster of a match.

HBK will go over here. A win for Vince will do absolutely nothing.

Edge vs. Cactus Jack: Edge really needs the win here, seeing as he has lost all the heat he had when he lost the WWE title to Cena at the Royla Rumble. I think this could be a good match, but I feel that he should be in the main event facing Cena. As of 03/06, the match will now be a hardcore match. If this match is anything like the hardcore match between Foley and Orton in Backlash '04, this should be a great match.

Edge pins Foley with help from Lita.

Carlito & Masters/BigShow & Kane: The tag team situation and the titles are a joke. No one cares about them because the WWE doesnt care about them. This is one of many matches that I won't place all my attention to.

Kane & Show defeats the two youngsters with a double chokeslam to Masters, as opposed to their last encounter where Carlito got to be pinned.

Undertaker vs. Mark Henry (Casket Match): Man, why are most of these WrestleMania matches feel like they should be on TV, rather than on the biggest PPV of the year? Undertaker has his winning streak to look forward to seeing as the chance of Mark Henry defeating him are slim to none.

A Tombstone Piledriver and a roll in the casket spells a win for the Deadman (14-0).

Trish Stratus vs. Mickie James: Finally. This story has been dragging out forever, and sadly it was the only good thing on Raw for weeks now.

I still wished that it was Trish who turned heel instead of James since Trish was really good as a heel. In any event, it should be a great match as I've read reports on live events that said the same thing.

Mickie James defeats Trish with the Stratusfaction to win the title.

Chris Benoit vs. JBL: I almost forgot about this match. I almost forgot Benoit was the champion. The build for this match was lazy. You have a legit injury that could have been played off and they did nothing. Benoit never even got on the mic since he became champ.

I can only hope that they give us a good match.

JBL pins Benoit with the Clothesline From Hell to win the United States title.

Boogeyman vs. Booker T. and Sharmell: The Boogeyman had his chance to impress me at the Royal Rumble and he failed miserably. The guy sucks inthe ring and his out of ring skits got old two months ago. You can only eat so much worms before the shock value wears off.

Booker T. gets counted out unfortunately, and Sharmell gets a worm bath.

Posted by Ron at 3:12 PM EST
Updated: Friday, March 24, 2006 10:36 AM EST
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Monday, January 30, 2006
2006 Royal Rumble Thoughts
Mood:  a-ok
I have decided to create a blog for this site, seeing as blogs are popular nowadays. This inaugural blog will be about my thoughts on last nights PPV, the Royal Rumble. I was not into this Rumble at all. It felt too mediocre, not much of a PPV. For some reason, the audio was bad on my tv. I couldn't hear the announcers and the music and fans cheers and boos regulated at different times. Lets go on with my rundown:

Cruiserweight match: I had no idea of this match since I heard it on some site. I don't care about that title because there has been no time for me, or anyone to be invested in these people. How many of you actually knew Jaime Noble returned to the WWE? At least Helms won the title so he can go back to Smackdown and get a decent push as there was no way he was going to get it on Raw.

Women's match: Sadly the womens title means more than the IC title right now. At least there is some kind of storyline tying all this up, but I'm sure the ending of it will be anticlimactic. Ashley does not belong in the ring. Let her do her photo shoots and bikini matches, but leave the wrestling to wrestlers.

Boogeyman/JBL: JBL was on the offensive the entire match, then he misses a Clothesline from Wall Street and gets hit with a pumphandle slam and is pinned. WTF? Didn't this happen to him at WrestleMania 21? JBL was champ for 10 months. He survived Frog splashes from a steel cage, tombstones, chokeslams through limos and the ring, barb wire steel cages, last ride matches bullrope matches, fatal fourways and he is taken down by a pumphandle slam. Pathetic. Not to mention that Boogeyman was terrible in the ring. The way he takes bumps and sells the offense of his opponent was horrible.

Battle Royal: Why was this match next? I have no idea, but the battle royal was pretty dull. Of course I expected HHH to win this. Him or Orton. I'm kind of happy that Rey won it, but I don't feel he should be gunning for the heavyweight title right now. Next year, without a doubt, but not now. The battle royal started slow with HHH and Rey being the only 2 in the ring when they were throwing everyone out. The surprise 3 entrants, Tatanka, Eugene and Goldust elicited nothing from me. How was Chavo Guerrero eliminated? He went between the top and middle ropes to go for the Frog Splash when HHH pushed him off. The MVP of the Rumble was definitely Rey Mysterio.

Cena/Edge: This means that Angle/Henry is the main event. Nice. This match was not good, which is a shame cause I'm sure they could have had a great match. How the hell can they take the WWE title off of Edge? For the 3 weeks he was champ, he was a good champ. The ratings were actually higher than Cena's run. The heat he had was greater than HHH, but John Cena had another mediocre match, won the title and cemented the idea in my mind that HHH will take it away at WM22. All the heat Edge had was killed off last night. Not to mention the fact he lost by tapping out to a STF that looked liked it couldn't hurt a 4 year old.

Angle/Henry: This is the only time I have ever walked away from a Kurt Angle match. I hope that never happens again. I did happen to see when Taker came out and did his little light show. That purple lightning was too cartoonish but the ring collapsing was nice.

All in all, a terrible Rumble PPV, that has always been a favorite of mine. Please share your thoughts.

Posted by Ron at 9:30 AM EST
Updated: Monday, January 30, 2006 5:08 PM EST
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