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- The Hardcore Report 7/15/14
Hello everyone! Welcome to my weekly blog. I will update this at least once a week. Usually on Tuesday’s after Monday Night Raw and PPV’s. Last night was the go home show for this Sunday’s WWE Battleground PPV. The main event of Battleground is a Fatal 4 way with Champ John Cena vs Roman Reigns vs Randy Orton vs Kane. I really enjoyed the build for this match, and last night Roman Reigns was the last man standing tall in the ring. I’m a fan of all of the possibilities in this match. It should be a very good main event and I expect John Cena to somehow come out the WWE World Champion. I also expect Brock Lesnar to make his return at Battleground. It should be the start to the John Cena vs Brock Lesnar match at SummerSlam. I have really enjoyed the Seth Rollins vs Dean Ambrose build. These guys are going all out during their encounters, and are maximizing every minute they get on WWE TV. I haven’t seen a hot feud like theirs in quite some time. These two might end u stealing the show at Battleground if given enough time.
The match I was looking forward to the most has left me a little disappointed. Chris Jericho vs Bray Wyatt should have been huge. I have not been wowed by anything so far. Jericho is a great entertainer. Bray Wyatt is too. I don’t know what it is, but their verbal exchanges have not done it for me. Hopefully Smackdown will spice this fued up. Still I look forward to both men stepping it up at Battleground.
The tag team feud with Luke Harper & Eric Rowan vs The Uso’s 2 out of 3 for the WWE Tag Titles should be in line for possible match of the night. These four have turned it up with every encounter. I know that we have seen this match alot lately on TV, but the 2 out of 3 falls brings a whole different vibe to this rivalry.
The Battle Royal for the IC Title is also on the PPV. I’m not a fan of Battle Royals, but WWE does them right and I’m curious to see who will come out as champion.
Last night was really cool to see Sting on a WWE broadcast. I know he wasn’t live in Richmond, but it still was surreal to me. I don’t know what plans they have for him, but when he finally debuts it will be a “Moment” in WWE history. Sting is one of the biggest names of the past 30 years who has never stepped foot in a WWE ring. I can’t wait.
Things are really heating up in the WWE right now. SummerSlam has always been big. This year I’m feeling that the WWE is planning something big. The pro wrestling business needs to catch fire again, and I think that they have the players to do so.
Well that’s it for today. I will have brand new Pro Wrestling 101’s up in 2 weeks. Also if you live in the CT, MA, or NY area you need to check out PWA. They are based in New Haven, CT. They run shows almost every week. It has the feel of old school territories. Their website is www.prowrestlingacademyct.com You won’t regret it.
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- Hardcore Ramblings 4/23/14
Hello everyone. I haven’t posted anything recently, because I really have nothing to say. There hasn’t been anything to really grab my attention. I came to the realization that I don’t always have to talk about pro wrestling. I figured I will just talk about everything and anything that interests me, and hopefully you too. I worked for PWA wrestling in Hamden, CT this past Saturday. It’s run by Indy wrestler Josef Von Schmidt. PWA puts on a really good show. The building was amazing, and the fans were as well. I worked a match with one of the regulars there, and I almost bled to death that night. It was my fault. He was good in the ring. I was just looking for an easy way out of bumping and actually working, so I just gigged. What I didn’t count on was hitting a vein. I was literally squirting blood out of my head. After the match I was in the locker room and everytime I spoke I sprayed blood. It’s no big deal, but the reason I took the easy way out is that I’m fat as fuck right now. I went back and looked at pictures of Saturday, and wow I look bad. I’ve gained over 20 lbs and it’s all belly. The reason for the weight gain? I guess I’ve been really down these past few months. After dieting so strict with DDPYoga I just went nuts this winter. Also my wifes cancer stuff is killing my. It’s been a real struggle for me and my family. Before I would just hide being drugs, now I guess it’s food. It doesn’t help that I love to cook, and since Jill’s sick sometimes I’m the one doing the cooking. Anyway that’s something I’ve had on my chest that I wanted to get out. This week I’ve started back on my healthy eating kick, so I plan on being tight and right for the summer. I just released 2 new Pro Wrestling 101 videos within the past 2 weeks. If you haven’t seen them go check them out. They’re really informative. This Saturday I’m wrestling in Queens, NY for WWO. I’m wrestling longtime friend Jason Knight. If you’re in the area please go check it out. That’s it for today. I will be back here next week.
- Hardcore Ramblings 3/26/14
Good morning everybody. I can’t help but think that this years WrestleMania is going to be the drizzling shits. I hate to sound like I’m always knocking the WWE, but a lot of you guys feel the same way. The WWE as a whole is doing tremendous from a business standpoint. Their stock is at an all time high. They’re on the cutting edge of technology. The creation of the WWE Network is an amazing accomplishment. It’s the way all media outlets will be delivering content in the very near future. WWE as a corporation is on fire, so why isn’t their product? I don’t know who is responsible for the creative, but it’s brutal right now. I mean does anyone think that Brock Lesnar is going to beat the Undertaker? Does anybody care about the Andre Battle Royal? Does anybody think John Cena is scared of Bray Wyatt? I can go on, and on. I guess what I’m trying to say is that the WWE has a huge responsibility. WWE and Vince McMahon got their wish. They are the only game in town. Right now the fans are just waiting for “something” to happen. It’s WrestleMania season. If WWE fans are excited it trickles down to all of Pro Wrestling. Everybody wins. I know that WWE wants to put on the best possible show, but now since they have the Network , will they still worry about getting people hooked. It’s one thing to try and sell a PPV. It’s a different story when you already have them. This may be the start of a new trend in WWE. Why go all out when most of the fans already subscribe? I hope I’m just being paranoid, but I’m concerned. The bottom line is pro wrestling fans need the WWE. Pro Wrestlers need the WWE. Even if it’s not direct. The WWE influences the entire business. If the WWE is hot, so is pro wrestling. Lets just hope that the next week will spark something. Either way I’m certainly going to watch WrestleMania 30. Even if for different reasons than most. Have a great day guys.
- Hardcore Ramblings 2/20/14
Hello everybody. I’ve been pretty busy with the new Pro Wrestling 101 Live podcast I haven’t had time to write. First order of business is that I won’t be posting here on a daily basis. If I’m doing a live podcast daily, what else will I have to say. From now on I will write a weekly blog here on the site. This way I won’t be rehashing the same stuff. I’m really siked to be doing the podcast. Its fun and exciting. I do it solo with no script. I take calls from fans, and today we had a surprise call from my old friend Scott Hall. If you’re interested you can find the show at www.blogtalkradio.com/prowrestling101wjustincredible . Its live Monday thru Friday at 6 am. Check it out. I will be here on Monday with my thoughts on the WWE Network launch and Elimination Chamber PPV. Live with passion. Own your life.
- Daily Hardcore Ramblings 2/6/14
Good morning. This week on my Justin Credible Report for PWMania.com I mentioned that WWE’s Raw rating was down by 500,000 viewers. Lot’s of people commented on that situation, so I want to go in depth to discuss what I think it means. I’ve been watching the WWE carefully since SummerSlam. Since before that PPV the WWE hasn’t put together a memorable show. The whole Daniel Bryan thing has turned many fans off. Now with CM Punk leaving I’m surprised the ratings drop was not bigger. The WWE has done everything to say to fans, we don’t care what you pay money to see, we will give you what we want to see, and worse of all you’ll like it. This is what happens when there’s only one show in town. Vince & Co can do whatever they want. The only way to fight this is by not tuning in. I hope, because I’m a fan, that the WWE gets it right heading into WrestleMania. I think that the WWE needs to really do it right with the WWE Network coming very soon. It’s going to be hard for me to buy into the Network when their product is that bad. If you haven’t seen this weeks Pro Wrestling 101 it’s up now at www.YouTube.com/polacopeter73 You don’t want to miss it. I’ll be back here tomorrow. Live with passion. Own your life.