Royal Rumble 2020 Predictions

So it's finally here, the 2020 Royal Rumble, the 33rd edition of the Royal Rumble.  For the first time in a while, this might be the saddest build to a Royal Rumble.  It's very odd to me that they seemed to building this Rumble as being across all three brands like Survivor Series but the men's rumble match already has 27 announced competitors and none of them are NXT talent.  Even more weird the women's rumble match only has 9 announced competitors.  Let's not forget no WWE Title match, why's that because the for some stupid reason the WWE Champion, Brock Lesnar, is in the Royal Rumble match, why you ask?  Nobody knows, all we know is this is very, very stupid.  So with that said lets discuss the matches this might be a long one.  So strap in.

Singles Match Chad Gable vs. Sheamus

First thing's first, I will never ever call him Shorty G, because I hate that and it's stupid, and I will never get on board with that name, ever.  So anyway right off the bat, t…

We Need to Talk

Hey everyone, so it's been an interesting few weeks in the wrestling world.  RAW has been up and down, NXT has been amazing, AEW has some kinks they need to work out, and Smackdown has been for lack of a better term, bad.  So I'm gonna talk about something from each show that I either, have concerns about, or needs to change.  So let's start off with RAW.


Alright as we all know by now, Buddy Murphy lost a third straight match against Aleister Black, and this is actually something I really liked.  After he lost, he took this loss very hard and he sat outside the ring through the next segment and into the one after that, I loved this it was a great touch, and it made it seem like Murphy was broken.  He sold this great, he was desperate for a win and he failed again.  Then during the main event, a giant brawl breaks out between Seth Rollins and AOP versus Kevin Owens, Samoa Joe, and Big Show, Seth asked Murphy to help them take down the Big Show, and it was like a light wen…

What is WWE Doing With the WWE Championship?

So since Survivor Series the WWE Championship has been absent from television, why is that you ask?  It's held by Brock Lesnar that's why.  As is the usual whenever Brock Lesnar holds a championship in WWE, he shows up when he feels like it.  Comes to RAW doesn't say a word, then leaves. Has a championship match at the pay-per-view, then takes another break.  I've been tired of that for a while and I'm not even here to talk about that today.
This Monday, Brock Lesnar returned to television to once again not say a word while Paul Heyman did all the talking, and then leave.  This time for Paul Heyman to announce that Brock, who once again let me reiterate, the WWE Champion, will be entering the Royal Rumble match at as the number 1 entrant so, one thing that was never said throughout the show was whether he'd be defending the WWE Championship.  Now as we all know as wrestling fans, ever since 1993 the winner of the Royal Rumble gets a guaranteed WWE (or Universal)…

Wrestle Kingdom 14 Night 2 Predictions

Alright so this is it, night 2 of Wrestle Kingdom 14, first time ever, it is a two night event and night one has five huge matches, but night 2 could arguably steal the whole weekend, as well as disappoint some people if it goes the way people expect so let's run down all the night 2 matches.

Gauntlet Match NEVER Open Weight 6-Man Tag Team Championship (C) The Most Violent Player (Togi Makabe, Toru Yano) & Ryusuke Taguchi vs. Chaos (Tomohiro Ishii, Yoshi-Hashi, & Robbie Eagles) vs. Los Ingobernables de Japon (Evil, Shingo Takagi, & Bushi) vs. Suzuki-gun (Taichi, El Desperado, & Yoshinobu Kanemaru) vs. Bullet Club (Bad Luck Fale, Yujiro Takahashi, & Chase Owens)

This is going to be an interesting match, because honestly anyone could win here.  All these teams have great talent on their team, the thing is it's so hard to call.  For me, I'd like to say LIJ is gonna win but I could absolutely see the Suzuki-gun team winning.  Guys like Ishii, Takagi, even Evil,…

Wrestle Kingdom 14 Night 1 Predictions

So another year of wrestling has almost come and gone and it's been one hell of a year, but we'll save all this for the Wrestling Year in Review, that I plan to do.  Today we're here to talk about Wrestle Kingdom 14, the biggest show of the New Japan Pro Wrestling calendar.  The culmination of everything of the year past, as well as the beginning of the year to come.  Usually always taking place on January 4th, this year for the first time Wrestle Kingdom has been split into two shows, you know what that means?  Multi-man matches, of course, the the card filler of all NJPW shows and guess what?  Night 1 has a bunch of those too.  Isn't that exciting?  Regardless of how I feel about that, let's discuss the card of Night 1 of Wrestle Kingdom 14.

Eight-Man Tag Team Match Great Bash Heel (Tomoaki Honma and Togi Makabe), Yuya Uemura, and Yota Tsuji vs. Toa Henare, Alex Coughlin, Clark Connners, and Karl Fredericks

So our first match of the entire show, a pointless multi-ma…