Cam’s NXT Recap: 10.24.12

Kassius Ohno was interviewed to kick off NXT. Ohno said tonight was the rubber match against Trent Barreta, but it’s only a rubber match because Trent Barreta needed help from Richie Steamboat to beat him. Kassius said Trent was going to experience more pain than Steamboat did and will be staring at retirement.
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Wallpaper Wednesday: The Shield Wallpaper v2 (Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns)

They debuted their name on Monday and here’s the wallpaper Wednesday! I’d say that’s a pretty decent turnaround. Enjoy and let me know what you think!

The Shield Wallpaper v2

The Midcard’s 15 Minutes: Why Ending The Streak Of Respect Is Wrong

The Royal Rumble is right around the corner, and it is starting to look like we are all in store for a Rock and Punk collision in Phoenix, Arizona. While many believe it’s almost a foregone conclusion The Rock will beat CM Punk ending his title reign at 434 days (6th longest in WWE history). I am here to tell you why The Rock winning the WWE Title is not only the wrong way to go but it’s lazy and just plain disrespectful.
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JCs Top Rope Report: The WWE RAW Truth Review for 11.26.12

3 Hours of Ryback? God Help Us All
We opened with Ryback taking on Titus O’Neil. Ryback dominated. Titus asked for a timeout but Ryback clotheslined him on the floor. Darren Young grabbed Ryback’s foot to distract him and Titus hit his sit down power bomb but Ryback kicked out at one. Titus went for it again but Ryback blocked it and threw Titus into Young on the apron. Ryback hit the Meat Hook Clothesline and Shell Shocked for the win.

After the match, Ryback said he was going to stay in the ring until either C.M. Punk, the NXT guys, or all four of them came out.

Segment Analysis: I hate that the Prime Time Players are being jobbed out already. And I just talked about my hope for the tag team division. Survey Says: 1.5/5
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Quick Quips: WWE Raw 11.26.12

– Hey! Look who’s back! Hope all you Americans had a happy and safe holiday weekend and now we’re back full throttle… at least until Christmas.

– So we don’t even get a live interview with Ambrose, Rollins or Reigns? Ugh.

– Well that was a sloppy mess.

– Ok, if Ryback is chanting “Feed Me More” for the next 15 minutes, I’m changing the channel.
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JC’s Top Rope Report: What I Am Thankful For In The WWE

It is Thanksgiving weekend here in the United States. A time to eat some good food, gather with friends and family, and truly be thankful for everything that we have in life. With the WWE, 2012 has been a rough year. There is not a lot to like about the current product. But there have been some bright spots in the WWE this year. I wouldn’t say the WWE has been a complete failure this year. There are some things to be thankful for in the WWE. As a writer and a fan, these are the things that I am thankful for.
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The Blank Canvas Wrestling Art Show Featuring CHIKARA

If you like our semi-regular feature “Wrestling Is An Artform”, an organization based in Philadelphia is holding an art show on Friday November 30th featuring many artists and co-sponsored by the CHIKARA wrestling organization. Below is a few examples of what you will see from the artists and also all of the information you will need if you wish to attend the show. If you do attend, please feel free to send in a review of the show!



Attention Philadelphia!We are here to celebrate Philadelphia’s greatest contribution to society!No, not cheese-steaks!…

No, not soft pretzels!No, not even Hall and Oates!We are here to celebrate PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING!On Friday, November 30th 2012, the Philadelphia Mausoleum of Contemporary Art will host a spectacularly sense-shattering
showcase celebrating the superstars of the squared circle!

PhilaMOCA presents:
Wrestling Art Show

Featuring the Superstars of Chikara PRO in full costume!

Artwork by:
Esperanza Altamar
Niki Bombshell
Box Brown
Kelly Burkhardt
Andrew Dyer
Matt Emmerich
Jaimie Filer
Fred Frederick
Bernie Gross
Zia Hiltey
Rebecca Katherine Hirsch + Brienne Jones
Gordon Holmes
Chris Hoyer
James Jajac
Kris Kershner
James Knight
Anthony “Tank” Mansfield
Cat Park
Christian “Patch” Patchell
Josean Rivera
Robert Schamberger
Lindsey Tweed
Ali Waxman
Aaron Weber

Performances by:

The Master of Snake Style Lucha Libre Ophidian The Cobra feat. Hayley Jane

The Mystery Men: Lucha Rock Legends from Parts Unknown

DJ Bropar: spinning classic wrestling themes

Philadelphia Comedy Wrestling: Laying the smackdown thru improv comedy

Hosted by Philadelphia legend Andrew Dyer

Old school Raffle! Win fabulous prizes!

FREE BEER 21+ with ID

$10 at the door-all ages!

Thanks to:

Narragansett Brewing Company
Red Bull
Barry’s Homebrew Outlet
Locust Moon Comics

Cam’s NXT Recap: 11.14.12


Jinder Mahal opened this week of NXT. Mahal said winning the NXT title isn’t nothing to him like the nobodies he beat last week. Bo Dallas walked in, Dallas told Mahal that if he was such a nobody that Mahal should face him again tonight. Mahal accepted but Dallas added a stipulation that if he won he would be awarded Mahal’s Number One Contenders match against Seth Rollins. At first Mahal was hesitant then he spoke a few words in his native tongue and accepted Dallas’ challenge.
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JC’s Top Rope Report: The WWE RAW Truth Review for 11.19.12

Will Someone Just Get Ryback to Catering Already?
Ryback came out. He said he was about to feast on the WWE Championship until C.M. Punk’s three men took food from his mouth. He said they are now all his prey. He told all of them to come out and face him right now, and if they don’t, he is going to tear this place apart until he finds them. Vickie Guerrero came out. She said if Ryback caused chaos tonight he would be fined or suspended. But she does enjoy the way he destroys people, and she wanted to see how big his appetite really is. Tensai came out for a match. After some brawling Tensai hit a chokeslam and his diving back drop but Ryback kicked out immediately. Ryback hit a bodyslam then a spinebuster and they went to the outside. Ryback threw him into the barricade then back in the ring. He hit the Meathook Clothesline then Shell Shocked for the win.

Segment Analysis: So was that segment suppose to get us to support Ryback again? Because that didn’t really do anything for me. We’ve seen Tensai/Ryback before. And Ryback just showed why he can’t be a main eventer with his promo. If you have to use food analogies the whole time, it ain’t gonna work. Survey Says: 1.5/5

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