Posts Tagged ‘Cody Rhodes’

Brief Thoughts On WWE Monday Night RAW Super Show 4/10/12

Brief Thoughts On WWE Monday Night RAW 4/10/12


Instead of posting the diss blog I planned on posting today, I’m going to B A STAR and give some brief thoughts on RAW. I know I’ve come off pretty negative about wrestling lately, but I was genuinely losing interest in the product which I’ve both watched and enjoyed for about as long as I could remember. Now that The Road To WrestleMania is over, and with past and new Superstars making their returns/debuts, WWE has a freshness to it that has been lacking for quite some time. Anyways, I finally watched RAW as it aired live instead of playing catch up on my DVR and decided to write a few brief thoughts since THE INFAMOUS fanbase keeps checking back on a daily basis for new updates and I’ve been somewhat of a neglectful blog owner as of late (thanks for the continued support, I really do appreciate it). If this goes over well, I plan on doing these on a regular basis. Why brief thoughts instead of THE REAL RAW SHYT? Well, it seems that wrestling fans have the shortest of all attention spans, so instead of wasting time writing over 3,000 words that are more likely going to get skimmed (I really hate when people do that), I rather keep it light since writing so much every time I post only ends up to me being burned out by the end of the week, resulting in less updates. So, join me as I return to what brought me to the dance so to speak, some good ol’ wrestling coverage! OK, I’M RELOADED!!!!! Read more…

Most Improved Wrestler Of The Year: Tie ~ Mark Henry and Cody Rhodes

2011 was the year where established veterans and the younger wrestlers alike stepped their game up. It was hard to narrow this down to only one person, so I went with the two who stood out the most. This time last year Mark Henry absolutely sucked. He was nothing more than enhancement talent used to make others look good. His ring attire didn’t do him any favors either as fans compared Henry to the Kool Aid man. All that changed in 2011. After being drafted to Smackdown, Henry switched up his whole style. He finally got the chance to start over and became the monster heel his size dictates him to be.

After years of being thought of as a joke, Henry took out all of his pent-up aggression on any WWE Superstar that got in his way. To prove that he was the biggest baddest motherfucker in the WWE, he put Big Show and Kane on the shelf. Henry also did what people have said he would never do, he won the World Heavyweight Championship. Not only did he finally win his first major title after being in the WWE for 15 years, he beat Randy Orton for it. Henry was the most dominant wrestler of 2011, but not only did he improve on his overall character, he also improved on the mic, cutting the best promos of his career. As for Cody Rhodes… Read more…

Brief Thoughts On Friday Night Smackdown 7/22/11

Brief Thoughts On Friday Night Smackdown 7/22/11


I didn’t get to watch Smackdown until this morning, so I went with the Brief Thoughts format since I wanted to have this up before I crashed and had alcohol infused dreams. Hopefully it’s up to par with all the other Brief Thoughts posts I have posted this week and if not, then don’t blame me, blame the motherfucking Hennessy. I have already said more than I should have, so let’s get right to it.  Read more…

Cashing It In: My *LIVE* WWE Money In The Bank PPV Coverage

Cashing It In: My *LIVE* WWE Money In The Bank PPV Coverage


Welcome to my *LIVE* coverage of the WWE Money In The Bank Pay-Per-View. Check back after 8e/5p and refresh the page throughout the night for my live thoughts and official results as they happen. For LIVE thoughts straight from the All-State Arena follow @TonyKegger on Twitter.

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Making A Deposit: My WWE Money In The Bank PPV Predictions

Making A Deposit: My WWE Money In The Bank PPV Predictions


Welcome to my WWE Money In The Bank PPV Predictions post, where I will preview every match on the card and try to predict who is walking out of Chicago a winner and who is walking out a LT loser. Now before I start, I just want to say that with the amount of talent involved in each Money In The Bank Ladder Match and the unpredictable nature of the main event, this might just be the hardest PPV of the year to write a prediction post on. I will gladly accept the challenge though since the WWE CM Punk did an above average job of selling me on this PPV. So let’s cut this introduction short and get right to it.  Read more…

How I Would Book It: Money In The Bank by Tony Kegger

How I Would Book It: Money In The Bank by Tony Kegger


The WWE Money In The Bank Pay-Per-View takes place this Sunday from my hometown of Chicago. Here’s how I would book Money In The Bank. I have also included my own personal predictions and l will also predict how the Chicago crowd will react to some of the WWE Superstars. Enjoy. Read more…

JCITY’s Random Smackdown Thoughts 6/24/11

JCITY’s Random Smackdown Thoughts 6/24/11


The last time I wrote about Smackdown, I did so using a random thoughts format. At the time, I was reviewing 2-3 wrestling shows a week and felt that every review should have their own style because reading the same type of review, from the same person, multiple times a week, can get old fast. So yea, this is the first time I write about Smackdown on this site so I wanted to make this different from my Monday Night RAW and Impact Wrestling reviews. For the record, this is not a Smackdown review, I repeat, this is not a Smackdown review. What I will do here is write about anything that comes to my head while watching Smackdown. Sometimes I will talk about a match, other times I will talk about commercials, shit, if I take a shit in the middle of watching Smackdown I might just write about that too. This is some totally random shit inspired by the episode of Smackdown that aired on 6/24/11. Let me know if you like this style or if I should use a more traditional review style.

This is a random smiley butt fucking a sheep. Let’s go. Read more…