Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls, Children of all ages, D-Generation X proudly brings to you their 20 year anniversary. August 11th 2017 marks 20 years since the birth of DX. They are one of the most iconic factions in wrestling history and have lasted the test of time. We look back at some of their most memorable moments.
18 years ago to this day, Chris Jericho made THAT entrance into the WWE and the rest, as they say, is history. In order to drink in the 18th anniversary of Y2J’s debut, I take a short trip down memory lane and add my very own short list of what I deem to be just a few of the Ayatollah of Rocknrolla’s earlier stand out highlights in his esteemed WWE career.
With more families deciding to ‘cut the cord’, could moving all programming online help or hinder the WWE. Let’s take a look…
A title like that shouldn’t come as a surprise. It’s The Rock we’re talking about. But the real reason behind that came from his other profession…
On last weeks Monday night on RAW, weeks of build storyline culminated in a big reveal by general manager Kurt Angle. Smackdown LIVE’s Jason Jordan was announced as Angle’s illegitimate son. With this, not only does it set up an interesting story with many possibilities down the road, it also effectively signals the end of the popular tag-team, American Alpha. Jordan’s partner Chad Gable will now test the singles competitor market for the first time on the main roster.
May 22nd 2016, Cody Rhodes confirmed to the world he had left WWE. He asked for his release due to lack of opportunities to move up the ladder. Since his release Cody has performed all over the world, and had success all over. Rhodes has shown all current WWE Superstars that life after WWE, can be even better.
On this day six years ago, CM Punk would go against all odds and defeat John Cena at Money in the Bank in arguably the best WWE match of the 21st Century.
In the year of 2017, it has been clear since January that WWE are being heavily challenged by New Japan. Especially when it comes to general show quality. With unique and exciting talent being given more time to showcase their abilities to a Japanese audience, New Japan Pro Wrestling is currently putting on some of the greatest matches, not only this year, but in wrestling history as a whole. Continue reading