Friday, April 27, 2012
Posted by Chris Kelly on 7:00 PM
WWE returns to the Butlins Resort in Minehead, England on November 10th, 2012. Go to http://prowrestlingevents.webs.com/europe.htm for info about upcoming shows in Europe.
Posted by Chris Kelly on 5:21 PM
Kevin Nash tweeted the following: OF means nothing to me,If I Die before it I,ve asked my wife to pass.Nothing against it or WWE,but if Pete Rose ain't in cooperstown....Just don't need it to validate my life.I wake every morning to the sight of the ocean. for a Detroit boy I'm already in....I watched it this year from up close,just don't need the stress,I love the WWE,just love me more.90% of my shout outs are gone.Not cool...."Don't worrie some stooge at WWE;who's job is to read all this s--t will as of tonight'make sure it never comes up,let alone happens. When asked if he was drunk, Nash replied: no just found out one of my dearest friends got let go today from WWE.the adults take these things to heart."
Posted by Chris Kelly on 5:19 PM
SPIKE TV’S “IMPACT WRESTLING” MOVING TO 8:00PM ET/PT ON THURSDAYS BEGINNING MAY 31 Spike TV’s highly-rated two-hour weekly series, TNA’s “IMPACT Wrestling” is moving to a new timeslot. On Thursday, May 31 “IMPACT Wrestling will air at 8:00pm ET/PT, moving from its previous timeslot of 9:00pm ET/PT. The shift to 8:00pm is predicated on the fact that there are more available viewers in the 8:00-10:00pm timeslot with less sports competition in the 8pm hour. TNA’s flagship series, “IMPACT Wrestling,” airs weekly on Spike TV and is one of the network’s top-rated series. The show is must-see-tv with young men and currently ranks among the top series on cable on Thursdays with Men 18-34. The TNA roster features many of the top names in wrestling including Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, AJ Styles, Jeff Hardy, Kurt Angle, Bobby Roode, Sting, James Storm, Rob Van Dam, and the lovely and lethal Knockouts.
Posted by Chris Kelly on 1:54 AM
A huge week in wrestling news and Brian has his soapbox real good on this week's episode of Running The Ropes! This week, the guys talk about Rey Mysterio's second suspension and why it might be a good idea for Rey Rey to retire. Also: Does Paul Heyman really have input with Brock Lesnar's new gimmick in WWE? Why is Hornswaggle tagging with Brodus Clay? The guys then talk about an idea involving Eve Torres is actually something taken out of TNA's playbook (surprise, surprise). After that, Brian sounds off on Andy Leavine's release and what this means to be a winner of Tough Enough. Why, for some reason, the winners of the shows never lasted and why some runner-ups go on to become champions. In the second hour, Brian and Chris talk about a possible plan for Robert Roode and James Storm to go head to head at Bound For Glory. TNA Lockdown also drew a pretty big number for TNA but find out how much that is and exactly why TNA is pretty happy with themselves. The guys talk also about WWE Raw and why Brock Lesnar seems to be more of the annoying heel. So much so that even EDGE is coming out to beg Cena to beat him at Extreme Rules. Plus, is the Big Show in trouble? Is tagging with Khali a good thing or a bad thing? Also, Beth Phoenix is selling her injury. Where is this storyline leading? This plus the amazing field sobriety test and lots more on the official podcast of the Unchained Wrestling Network, Running The Ropes! Also part of the SNS Radio Network and KJCC Real Campus Radio http://archive.org/download/RunningTheRopes4-26-12/Rtr4-26-12.mp3