Its a possibility we all know at the end of the day Vince is the filter so nothing may change?
Its a possibility we all know at the end of the day Vince is the filter so nothing may change?
So TNA is going on the road permanently. This is what will kill the company.
they are doing what the WWE did, back in the day
The difference is, that the WWE actually got the better deal back then... I do see TNA doing ok on state by state tour, but not on the the level off the WWE
unless that is there true aim
So now they are going to be filming there shows from hs gyms and clubs? Smh they are too small to be traveling lol
they are to small. Here the word is that the wedding with bully and brook, is not a weeding
Because when taz grabbed the MIC, the minster never said you are now hudson and wife.... So it leaves that story left hanging
So glad TNA is going on the road permanently. I've wanted TNA to get out of the Impact Zone for years now. I swear the IZ sucks all life and enjoyment out of the product. Their non-IZ shows are so much better (see: the episode in 2011 where Sting returned and won the title).
TNA draws 3000-5000 fans in certain markets (New York etc..) I wouldn't say that's too small at all. In fact it's a great number, they just need to advertise their shows good and make sure their shows aren't too papered.
I'm hoping we'll get an Impact show from the Hammerstein Ballroom. They run it for house shows, and ROH does shows there too but it'd be awesome to see a tv show there.
Oddly enough, the WWE is getting close to just 3,000 - 5,000 to turn up to some events and brand shows aka smackdown...
If this keeps happening, lets just say that TNA and WWE will be on equal power to fans turning up to shows
Raw and smackdown only 3 to 5k? Idk I got to look into that one
Actually watching smackdown this del rio and ziggler match was good
it is the hit and miss on both brands...I do believe that ZIGGLER will bring both titles together and make one and the brands as one.
But that is a pipe dream
Well done to Trish Stratus getting in the HOF....surely Lita should be next!
Trish and Lita were so hot and great! They were what a real diva should be not what we have now a days ugh
lita should be in the H.O.F in an heart beat and congrats to trish
Both give so much to the WWE company and i was upset when Lita had to retire...
Is it me or is AJ Lee getting Hotter every week? lol
Aye, but she's always been at the peak of hotness for me :p
Check out the exciting titles that are included on the WWE Home Entertainment 2013 DVD/Blu-ray release schedule.
TITLE RELEASE DATE
WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs 2012 01/15/13
Best of Raw & SmackDown 2012 01/29/13
The Best of Nitro Volume 2 02/12/13
Royal Rumble 2013 02/26/13
Bret Hart Unreleased Matches 03/05/13
Elimination Chamber 2013 03/19/13
Mick Foley Biography 04/16/13
The Best of In Your House 04/30/13
WrestleMania 29 05/14/13
Top 25 Rivalries 05/28/13
Extreme Rules 2013 06/18/13
TBD PPV 07/16/13
ECW Unreleased Vol. 2 07/30/13
Money In The Bank 2013 08/13/13
Best of MSG 08/27/13
Best of War Games 09/10/13
SummerSlam 2013 09/17/13
Top 20 Divas Countdown 09/24/13
Triple H Biography 10/08/13
Night of Champions 2013 10/15/13
Money In The Bank Anthology 10/29/13
Over the Limit 2013 11/05/13
History of WWE 11/19/13
Hell in a Cell 2013 11/26/13
Raw 20th Anniversary Box Set 12/03/13
Survivor Series 2013 12/24/13
Best WWE PPV's 12/31/13
thanks for bringing this to are attention... Being hoping to get my hands on a few
onto A.j, she is so hot and hottier lol
So smackdown E.C group of wrestlers seems to be the worse set in my opinion... I will be skipping their match
here is bret hart opinin on TRIPLE H... It is a direct attack... It seems to be a number of different version of his interviews either via video or written... it's all a direct attack on Triple H...
Should we read too much into this or believe it is real or just more attention seeking on Bret Hart's part or is it a storyline the WWE is setting up for some reason
Bret Hart recently commented again on his thoughts on Triple H. Here are a few of the comments and the video of the interview…
"I said I'd give (Taker vs. HHH at WrestleMania 28 a 4-out-of-10. I think that was generous."
"I wouldn't put him in the top 1000 great wrestlers. To me he was very mediocre."
Below is i believe the original interview that started this attack on TRIPLE H
In a recent interview for Wrestle Talk TV, WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart has criticized Paul "Triple H" Levesque, asking "What has ever done that was great?
I don't think that he's ever had a match that was great."Talking to the Daily Star's Patrick Lennon, Hart also slammed the widely admired Triple H vs. The Undertaker bout at last year's WrestleMania, calling it predictable and "mediocre, at best."
He's not too harsh on the WWE executive though, also acknowledging during the interview that he "always had a certain amount of respect" for Levesque, and considers him a "pretty good wrestler."
Hart's comments are intriguing, for a few reasons.
As anyone who saw 1998's Wrestling with the Shadows documentary can attest to, it's not exactly a secret that there is/was tremendous heat between the pair, stemming from Hart's backstage battles with Levesque's best friend, Shawn Michaels.
The wrestler was also outspoken about his negative feelings on Levesque in a 2003interview with Canadian talk show Off The Record, calling him "cowardly" and "not one of the boys."
However, with relations between WWE and Hart seemingly being better than ever (Hart even showed up on-screen at Sunday's Royal Rumble in a backstage segment to give new World Heavyweight Champion Alberto Del Rio his seal of approval), it makes you wonder just what the star is thinking here.
Regardless of whether Hart's comments are accurate or not, why is he jeopardizing his great working relationship with WWE by trashing the man who is set to be in charge of the company after Vince McMahon retires?
Certainly, at this point, it's hard to imagine Hart having any meaningful role in a Levesque-led WWE if he continues to diminish the executive's accomplishments.
Below even more on this
Bret Hart Says Triple H Is Not Great
February 1, 2013 | By Eric Gargiulo
Bret Hart has turned into a grumpy, at times bitter ex-WWE superstar. Bret can’t get enough of slamming his peers while telling you how great he was. Bret’s latest critique takes aim at Triple H.
I was a Bret Hart fan. I say was because since his retirement Bret has exposed himself as a ****y, arrogant, bitter man who can’t get enough of telling you how his
former colleagues never measured up to his greatness. You don’t believe me? Read his book. Unless you are asking him about a Hart family member or someone that has complimented him, the man has nothing nice to say.That is why it should be of
surprise to nobody that when asked about Triple H, Bret took the opportunity to slam his legacy down. Now whether or not this was more about bitter feelings regarding Trips involvement in the Montreal Screwjob (it was his idea), well you can probably come to your own conclusion. Regardless of the influence, Bret Hart doesn’t think Triple H was really that good.
“What has ever done that was great? I don’t think that he’s ever had a match that was great.” He also called the WrestleMania 28 match between Triple H vs. The Undertaker “predictable” and “mediocre, at best.”
There are probably a lot of people who heard these comments who agree with Bret. Triple H is certainly not a popular guy on the Internet, which is why I have always been slammed anytime I write anything remotely positive about him. However, if Bret really wants to get into this I will go on record as saying that Triple H was more successful than Bret Hart.
I am not nearly as big a wrestling fan as I used to be but I watched everything during the Bret Hart and Triple H eras. Bret had some awesome matches, but overall most of his matches had the exact same formula. Rarely did Bret ever mix it up. His best
matches were against Owen Hart, Steve Austin, and Shawn Michaels. Who wouldn’t have great matches against those guys? Bret was good and maybe he was great, but he was not nearly as consistent as Triple H.
Oh the humanity!
Triple H’s run as WWE world heavyweight champion was much more successful in and out of the ring than any of Bret’s reigns. At the end of the day above anything else, Triple H has drawn more money on top time and time again than anytime Bret
ever did. I hate to put it out there because I do respect Bret but he is the only WWE champion that Vince McMahon ever cut during his title reign because he wasn’t drawing well. Sure there were other mitigating factors in play but that is a fact that you can never take away from Bret’s legacy
“How great really is Triple H? I mean I can look at CM Punk and Rey Mysterio who have had really unique moves and they do things that are innovative. Then I look at someone like Triple H and when I look at him, he has always at a good look but what has he really done? What has he created that no one else has?”
This is a guy who I watched for years have the same exact match every pay per view and yet he is telling me that Triple H doesn’t do anything unique? Bret’s match was a blue print which started and ended exactly the same way unless he was wrestling Owen, Austin, or Michaels. I’m sorry but I can’t say that about Triple H. Once again a lot of people paid a lot of money to see those ordinary moves, a lot more than paid to see Bret’s.
Triple H had several successful eras on top. He has very good to great matches during all, which of course is all subjective to personal taste. Have you ever taken a look at the WWE from a business standpoint in the early 90s when Bret was champion? The majority of fans didn’t care. Ever take a look at Triple H’s run as champion? The people cared and wanted to see him badly beat.
Take Bret’s post-WrestleMania 13 run out of the equation and he was a fairly boring character. Were you that intrigued about seeing Bret wrestle The Mountie, Pierre Oulette, Dr. Isaac Yankem, or Hakushi? It really isn’t fair since the WWE had a much deeper bench in the Triple H era, but the fact is that Bret’s matches were pretty average during that run sans a few big moments.
So what has Triple H ever done that was so great? Well, what has Bret ever done that was so great other than his match with Austin? At the end of the day we are all talking about a worked business so who is better inside the ring is all a matter of what your tastes are as a fan. I look at money as the bottom line and in this case Triple H was the bigger business success than Bret ever was or ever will be.
Well i dont think HHH is botherd what Bret says! HHH is at a time now where he is only a part time wrestler! so why would he be to botherd about what 1 legend superstar says? there are fans who think he has been great through out the buisness. but i personally think HHH is pretty good in the ring.
That's true... But even if it is just him being still pissed at the WWE
and yes part wrestler he is, but he still wrestling and yes he is the number 2 in power. But still is it right to attack him
Bret Hart is a ****ing idiot.
you hit the nail on the head there.... But this has not been the first person he has bad mouthed and most likely wont be the last..
He needs to get over things and understand he got into a business that bad mouths you all the time and that's the way it goes...
What was he expected when entering the business respect, loyalty, love, pat on the back and trust.. What an idiot