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PWO Intermission – Episode 4 – HBK Hangs It Up For Good?

*A Pro Wrestling Opinion Exclusive*

 

Check out the latest installment of Intermission, where Nick breaks down pro wrestling news for 15 minutes with help from his Facebook feed!

Nick brings up such passionate topics such as:

  • HBK Not Wrestling Anymore
  • Triple H Keeping Talent In NXT
  • Thanos + Obama = The Rock 
  • Bad Reverend Lovejoy Impressions 
  • Difference Between WWE 1990 And WWE 2019 

 

And More!

 

 

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PWO Intermission – Episode 3 – Buck It

*A Pro Wrestling Opinion Exclusive*

 

Check out the latest episode of Intermission, as Host Nicholas Jason Lopez talks about pro wrestling news for 15 minutes with help from his Facebook feed!

Topics discussed:

  • WCW’s La Vela Ring/Innovative Stages
  • The SmackDown 2 Video Game Montage
  • WWE’s Alleged Offer To Hangman Page/Young Bucks To Stop AEW
  • AEW Picking Up Chris Jericho, PAC And Possibly Jim Ross 
  • Rikishi’s Ass
  • John Cena’s Hair

And More!

 

 

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WWE Survivor Series 2012 Reaction

WWE Survivor Series 2012By Nicholas Jason Lopez

 

It seems as if the internet may have bursted at the conclusion of last night’s World Title match.

In case you’re curious, three men- Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns- attacked Ryback ruthlessly, similar to Nexus’ original debut and powerbombed him through the announce table.

CM Punk picked up the scraps, retained his Title and today marks the one-year point of his reign.

Rollins, Ambrose and Reigns are all familiar to NXT viewers and how WWE will have them explain their actions should make for good television.

It’s fortunate that there was this to boil over from because besides for a few shiny spots, this was a mostly forgettable show.

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BREAKING: WWE Superstars Set For Appearances With Powerbomb.TV Partner Promotions!

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*The Following Is A Press Release From Powerbomb.TV*

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PCW UK presents Road to Glory 2018
Featuring WWE Superstar Apollo Crews!
Streaming Live on Powerbomb.TV
… yes, the entire event!

Saturday February 10th starting at 1PM UTC / 8AM EST

This past weekend, during PCW UK Live Wrestling on Powerbomb.tv, it was announced that former PCW Champion and current WWE Superstar Apollo Crews will return for ONE NIGHT ONLY on February 10th!

 

 

 

NXT Star Oney Lorcan will make his return to Beyond Wrestling for their New Years Eve event in Massachusetts. Oney will be there signing autographs and making an appearance to the live audience.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Plus…

 

Fans Bring the Weapons

Joey Janela (w/ Penelope Ford) vs David Starr
When the ball drops, the bell rings for the first pro wrestling match of 2018!

Not a subscriber? Watch it for free!
Use promo code “BEYOND” for your first 20-days free!
(Plus, we’ll give them a little kickback for you using it!)

For more info >> https://www.powerbomb.tv/schedule

 

Notes In Observance – WWE NXT 2/22/17: Ohno Way Jose

By Nicholas Jason Lopez

 

“Notes In Observance” features random thoughts and analysis on television shows. Quick results can be found at the bottom of the post.

 

 

 

 

 

(Aired 2/22/17)

Ohno Way Jose 

– The opening video hyped the NXT Women’s Championship #1 Contender Triple Threat match between Peyton Royce, Ember Moon and Liv Morgan to set up Champion Asuka’s next challenger. That’s a marquee right there.

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The Shining Wizards – Episode 338: The Price Of Fame With Ted DiBiase

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*Courtesy Of The Shining Wizards Podcast*

 

Check out the latest from our friends at The Shining Wizards Podcast, which features interviews with “The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase and Fundraiser Wrestling’s Jack Victory. 

Also discussed are the last week in wrestling – WWE NXT, WWE SmackDown Live, Impact Wrestling and Lio Rush’s tweet. 

 

 

 

 

Link Below: 

http://www.shiningwizards.com/new/episode-338-the-price-of-fame-with-ted-dibiase/

The Shining Wizards – Episode 336: Collar And Elbow With Al Snow

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*Courtesy Of The Shining Wizards Podcast*

 

Check out the latest episode from our friends at The Shining Wizards Podcast, which features an interview with Al Snow via Skype that almost didn’t happen. Fortunately, after a 24-minute delay, it did and they discussed Extreme Championship Wrestling, The New Rockers, Collar And Elbow Clothing, bullying and more.

After Al, the boys discuss the week in wrestling, covering last week’s WWE SmackDown Live, NXT, Impact Wrestling, WrestlePro, EVOLVE Wrestling, Combat Zone Wrestling, Ring Of Honor Global Wars, WWE Raw and some WWE TLC talk. 

 

 

 

 

Link Below: 

http://www.shiningwizards.com/new/episode-336-collar-and-elbow-with-al-snow/

Review – AJ Mendez Brooks – Crazy Is My Superpower

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By Nicholas Jason Lopez

 

With the Mae Young Classic Tournament here, it’s evidently the effect that women’s wrestling has now had on World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) in recent years.

At one point endlessly endeavored as the “Bathroom Break Segment” where fans would evacuate their seats in drones for the concession stands, female talent (branded “Divas”) in the billion dollar company were more accentuated for their looks than wrestling abilities. That known, matches would last about four minutes to the most.

Even though some female pioneers like Trish Stratus and Lita served as an athletic alternative to the rampant eye candy, WWE still treated the majority of women as an undercard attraction, if at all. Valets in bras and panties. Nothing more.

Just before the “Women’s Revolution” graced us with its presence on NXT with the likes of Sasha Banks, Charlotte, Becky Lynch and Bayley, we had Paige, Kaitlyn and AJ Lee. Somewhere between the “PG Era” (shorter matches and irrelevant hosting gigs) and the “Revolution,” Paige/Kaitlyn/Lee also came up through developmental and scratched and clawed to steal the show.

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Top 20 Of 2016

Graphic by Salwinder Singh.

By Nicholas Jason Lopez

 

“It.” “Delete.” “Obsolete.” “The List.” “10.” “The Champ That Runs The Camp.” “Stupid Idiot.” “Glorious.” “Too Sweet.”

The list above describes a fiesta of phrases commonly found in pro wrestling jargon that made 2016 possibly its best year ever.

The one below describes select moments that help seal that argument and make us forget about things like The Titus Brand, The Cruiserweight Division, Raw’s Third Hour, WWE’s overloaded Pay-Per-View schedule, TNA’s X-Division and Matanza Cueto.

If you want to remember that bad stuff, check this out.

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Worst 10 Of 2016

Graphics by Salwinder Singh.

By Nicholas Jason Lopez

 

2016 was possibly professional wrestling’s most newsworthy year.

Whether it was “Broken” Matt Hardy, Chris Jericho’s transformation into a walking meme, Goldberg’s unexpected return or the Cruiserweight Classic, everywhere you looked, there was something to talk about.

For all those moments however, came some head shakers.

With the unenviable task to cover every single 2016 episode of Raw, SmackDown (even before it was “Live”), NXT, Impact Wrestling and Pay-Per-View/Live Specials (all 29), we’ve seen things that cannot be forgotten.

We’re here to bring them to light.

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