With today being Austin 3:16 day, the HTC staff tells us what their favorite ever Stone Cold moment is! The Chairman: There are many worthy Stone Cold Steve Austin moments worth listing as the greatest one. My favorite however is the first time Austin gave Vince McMahon the Stone Cold Stunner. This was the birth of […]Read More The HTCWrestling Staff Answers: What Is Your Favorite Stone Cold Steve Austin Moment?
1. This Roman Reigns Angle Only Works If Brock Lesnar Doesn’t Show Up At Wrestlemania I get that we are seeing a new, fiery, serious side of Roman Reigns. And it is evident in his promo work. And credit to the WWE for trying something different. But it also screams of desperation to try and […]Read More WWE RAW 3.12.18: The Three Key Stories w/Justin C
Justin C and Cam are here to preview the WWE Royal Rumble on this week’s HTCWrestling Podcast! They give their thoughts on who will walk out with a Title shot at Wrestlemania and who will walk out of the Rumble as Champion. They also give their thoughts on a dreadful RAW25, the Enzo Amore news […]Read More The HTCWrestling Podcast: WWE Royal Rumble Preview, RAW25 Recap, The XFL, Enzo Amore and More!
-The opening segment was a great nostalgic kick. Vince McMahon at 72 years old still knows how to work an audience. Stone Cold coming out and interacting with Vince was great. Vince’s lines about being in a retirement home and a member of AARP cracked me up. Perfectly fine nostalgic segment with two of the […]Read More Justin C’s Thoughts On WWE RAW 25
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 […]Read More Daniel Bryan is Medically Cleared and why the WWE is Banking on it
There have been several moments in the history of professional wrestling that some fans, writers, conspiracy theorists and people in the business themselves have considered to be a work or part of the plan all along. The Montreal Screw Job and semi recently, CM Punk walking out of the WWE (the first time) […]Read More The Biggest Work in Pro Wrestling History?
Wrestling is really starting to make me feel old. Last year it was twenty years since the formation of the nWo in WCW. This year it is twenty years since the most real life, off the script incident to ever take place inside the wrestling ring: The Montreal Screwjob. If you are reading this site, […]Read More The Montreal Screwjob: 20 Years Later
On this week’s HTCWrestling Podcast, Justin C and Cam review No Mercy and talk about the obvious path that Wrestlemania 34 is leading to. Is it the right call for business? Is A Shield reunion happening sooner rather than later? They also catch up on Smackdown Live. Is this the best Kevin Owens we have […]Read More The HTCWrestling Podcast WWE No Mercy Review and Smackdown Live Thoughts
Shane McMahon Is Angry After a great video recap of last week’s KO/Vince segment (as expected with the WWE producers), Shane McMahon makes his way out. Shane calls KO’s last week cowardly but also calls his dad one tough S.O.B. Shane tells KO to imagine being in his shoes, watching someone get beatdown by a […]Read More WWE Smackdown Live Review 9.19.17 w/Justin C
We all know it. As wrestling fans, especially fans of the WWE, it has been a struggle over the last couple years. RAW becomes tired some to watch at times. I actually fell asleep during the main event of RAW this past Monday. I can’t remember the last time I did that. Trying to sit […]Read More JC’s Top Rope Report: Sometimes The WWE Still Gets It Right