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The Good, the Bad and the Hokie: Dean Ambrose’s Run in the WWE

To the surprise of just about every wrestling fan in the world the WWE put out a press release stating Dean Ambrose, Jonathon Good, would not be renewing his contract once it expires after Wrestlemania. The dark horse star of the past six plus years is leaving the WWE. That or they’re all plotting a major story line. Either way,

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Daniel Bryan is Medically Cleared and why the WWE is Banking on it

    When Daniel Bryan was forced into early in ring retirement after several injuries, including multiple concussions, it was a catastrophic blow for everyone and I️ mean EVERYONE in or around the world of professional wrestling. Bryan was riding high in the WWE, his ability to connect with the fans eventually forced Vince McMahon to ride the ‘Yes Movement’

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The Good, the Bad and the Heat Exhaustion: Night Two of Battle of Los Angeles

  The Battle of Los Angeles is a yearly tournament put on by, arguably, the biggest independent wrestling promotion in America, Pro Wrestling Guerilla. The tournament matches were set, the marquee special attraction matches were booked and there was only one thing left; for all of us to die in the heat. The WWE couldn’t run their average, at best,

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Five Thoughts: New Japan G1 Special Night One w/ Cameron Dougharty

  New Japan Pro Wrestling held their first ever G1 Climax shows in the United States selling out Hall B of the Long Beach, California Convention Center the past two nights. This wasn’t a glorified house show, the brand new IWGP United States Championship’s inaugural tournament was held, the IWGP Heavyweight Title was on the line and every faction Japan

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