Now that WrestleMania Season has mellowed done, it is time for some more action provided to us by New Japan Pro Wrestling. The following weeks they'll be having tours across the country leading up to their Wrestling Dontaku event.
WARNING: SPOILERS DOWN BELOW. OBVIOUSLY.
The conclusion to what was a wonderful weekend as a wrestling fan, WrestleMania 34 is now in the history books.
It's the Grandest Stage of Them All! The Showcase of The Immortals! The Biggest PPV in Pro Wrestling! or whatever else they want to tagline it...
WrestleMania Season won't only be the start of the biggest event in wrestling history, but also the most prestigious and longest running tournament in all of Puroresu:
All Japan Pro Wrestling's Champion Carnival!
Today is the 1st of April and everybody is out here fooling one another for some reason.
Well let me put some reality check on everyone's noggins and state about the truth: Yoshihiko is the greatest wrestler of all time.
As the Eric Bischoff entrance song goes: "I'm Back! And Better Than Ever!" Yes that's right, after a short hiatus due to some school B.S. I'm back writing here at the MWC Blog. What better way to return than with a massive post full of thoughts, previews, and predictions!
Today we'll be taking a look at both the WWE and NJPW. We're just a week away from WrestleMania weekend that means both NXT TakeOver and the WWE Hall of Fame will be taking place.
I'll be sharing my predictions for the five big matches at the NXT TakeOver: New Orleans card and tell my thoughts on every individual being inducted into this year's WWE HOF Class.
But before we do all of that tomorrow is already NJPW's Sakura Genesis show. After a successful event in the US with: Strong Style Evolved, NJPW is back at their home land and we've got a great card up our hands with the show being headlined by an IWGP Heavyweight Championship match between Okada and ZSJ.
Enough with the blah blah, without further ado, let's get right to writing!
The 2018 Royal Rumble PPV is now in the history books and here I am sharing my personal thoughts & opinions regarding each match on the card, because that matters!
As usual with every WWE show, I always go in nowadays with low expectations with how many times the WWE has disappointed us before already. But sometimes they managed to polish up their gems and give us a wonderful show that we will remember for years to come, I believe this Royal Rumble is one of those shows!
So yes without further ado, here is my review for Royal Rumble 2018.
The Royal Rumble is upon us! This year we got TWO RUMBLES involving men and women! As WWE likes to market things, it shall be an HISTORIC night full of MOMENTS!
Wrestle Kingdom 12 is a success, now let's see what WWE has to offer for their annual January tradition PPV: The Royal Rumble. Who will join the elite ranks of Hogan, Austin, Bret, and Flair among many others as Royal Rumble winners?
Find out below and my other predictions for the rest of the card!
WARNING: The content below contains spoilers.... obviously. You've been warned.
Two days has already past and I'm still feeling the sensations within my body on how awesome Wrestle Kingdom 12 was! Every second of me watching that show did not feel like it was wasted! Almost every match delivered well and if you're a pro wrestling fan then do yourself a favor and watch!
If you haven't seen my predictions post regarding this event, you can check it out here. I talked about the matches' storylines and my expectations for them alongside my predictions.
Now that I got that over with, below are my thoughts & review for each match on the card. Remember that these are just my own opinions regarding each match.
So without further ado, let's get on with the review!
We're just 1 Week away from January 4th: the biggest wrestling event in Japan it's NJPW's Wrestle Kingdom 12! A culmination of a year's worth of storylines will be concluded and some will start their beginnings in this prestigious event.
This is going to be the second time I'll be watching a Wrestle Kingdom live and I'm even more excited for this than last year's!
All 10 matches on the card are bound to be great and memorable in their own ways! So without further ado, below are my predictions for this year's Wrestle Kingdom at The Tokyo Dome!
The name is Super Mastodon. Been a wrestling fan throughout my life, and I share my interest with you here, at the MWC Blog.
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