Ever wonder who runs the ultra-popular Twitter account, @WWECreative_ish/”WWE Creative Humor”? The account has over 118 thousand followers that include World Heavyweight Champion Dolph Ziggler, ESPN’s Robert Flores, WWE Champion John Cena and many, many more. But no one really knows who is behind “WWECreative_ish”. Is it someone who works for the WWE? Someone backstage that feels the need to be heard without all of the corporate filtering? Or maybe it’s someone with no connection to the WWE, TNA or any wrestling organization at all? (It’s not that one.)
For the first time, the former member of WWE’s Creative Team & the man behind the pseudonym opens up to HTC’s Matt Harrak with what inspired him to start the account, what it’s like to receive responses from the Superstars he’s poking fun at and why he’s kept the popular account going for so long despite never receiving a dime.
Stream the entire 100 minute interview below or download it for free if you want to listen to it later on your computer or iPod.
RAW started with Alberto del Rio. Alberto said he was the Real Superman. Del Rio said him winning last night was just as controversial as Dolph winning the night after Wrestlemania. And the crowd cheered for a coward like Dolph Ziggler. Del Rio said he gave them everything and the crowd didn’t give him the respect he deserved. Del Rio fought Jack Swagger, and all he heard was “USA USA.” He said America is all about pigs and cowards. He fought for the people the last five months and it got him nothing, last night he fought for Alberto del Rio and it got him the World Title. Del Rio said he is the best. Continue reading →
Justin C: I’m still really surprised that this is on the pre-show, mostly because we know how high the WWE is on Sheamus. Sandow could really use a win here to elevate him up the card. I remember this time last year I thought Sandow was a possible surprise to win the Smackdown MITB Ladder Match. But he had more potential then compared to now. Unfortunately, the WWE gives us the same old same old: a strong performance by Sandow ends with him eating a Brogue Kick from Sheamus.
Matt: These two have been involved in a pretty awful storyline for the last month or so and I don’t ever remember Sandow coming out looking good at the end of any of their segments. If they have plans for Sandow, I could see him picking up a cheap win but there are just so many mid-card heels that I don’t see this match as anything other than to get the live crowd excited for the PPV.
Last week, WWE’sDaniel Bryan dominated our listing and ended up winning our first “MotW” with his battle against Ryback on Raw.
This week, Daniel Bryan looks to repeat last week’s success with two entries – one against Seth Rollins from Raw and the other against The Shield when he teamed with Randy Orton & Kane on SmackDown to give The Shield their first ever “6-Man Tag Team Match” loss.
But there are other notable ”must sees” this week. AJ Styles and Kurt Angle dazzled once again on Impact while the Briscoes & American Wolves kicked the crap out of each other in ROH. And I almost forgot to mention the standout performance from WWE newcomer Sami Zayn versus Antonio Cesaro on NXT.
Will Daniel Bryan repeat as the “Match of the Week” winner? Or will another steal the show from WWE’s most recent “Show Stealer”, Daniel Bryan? Vote below & remember to begin nominating matches during WWE’s Payback PPV tonight in the “Comments” section!
Below are the nominations for MotW: 6.16.13 – 6.22.13