Monday, February 28, 2011

New Things Happening At the Blog

Todays blog is a little bit of a mission statement of whats coming next on the blog. I will be rolling out some newer ideas and make this blog more creative and more exciting.

What to Expect

1. More up to date blogs. For the most part this blog has been about historical reference or just informational. It will now feature about what currently going on in wrestling. Whether its WWE, TNA or the indies you will get a lot more news for me.

2. Profiles of current superstars who I think are interesting and why you should get familiar with these guys.

3. The biggest new feature will be The Imagination Wrestling Federation which will feature wrestlers that you have heard and ones that I have created in a fictional wrestling world. Kind of like a story section.

Enjoy the Ride People

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Finally The Rock has Returned

All wrestling fans should mark 02/15/11 down in their history books because you just saw something special on RAW this evening. The Rock who a lot of you may know as Dwayne Johnson returned to the place that made him an international superstar. Before Walking Tall, The Fast and the Furious or The Gridiron Gang he was a WWE superstar. Actually one of the greatest that have ever done it. If you did not get excited about what you saw last night either you are too young or not a real wrestling fan.

Here is what you saw, the greatest promo guy ever doing his business. Not only that he is one of the wrestlers to ever do it period. One of the quotes I saw on a few websites was "Wrestling is back" and yes I agree wrestling is back in a big way. Want to see the impact look at these numbers:

This week's edition of WWE RAW drew a 3.14 (3.1) cable rating, with 4.8 million viewers. The show did hours of 3.03 (3.0) and 3.25 (3.3).
The Rock's ratings. 11pm-11:20pm when he was on RAW hit 5.7M total viewers/ 3.1M P18-49 / 2.9M P25-54 / 1.4M P18-34!"

Classic Rock Promo

Promo from Monday Night

Ric Flair and The 4 Horsemen

Ric Flair and The 4 Horsemen