• Is Hulk Hogan made of pure gold?

    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • Should this be the way The Undertaker goes out?

    After he defeats Rusev at Greatest Royal Rumble, he beats Roman Reigns in a WrestleMania rematch at SummerSlam. Reigns beats him back at the first RAW PPV after Summerslam to end the feud. He returns around WrestleMania 35 season to face John Cena in a Career vs Career match which would be both John Cena and The... show more
    After he defeats Rusev at Greatest Royal Rumble, he beats Roman Reigns in a WrestleMania rematch at SummerSlam. Reigns beats him back at the first RAW PPV after Summerslam to end the feud. He returns around WrestleMania 35 season to face John Cena in a Career vs Career match which would be both John Cena and The Undertaker's 6th WrestleMania main event, losing and retiring from WWE.
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • What's wrong with Shinsgay Nakabore-a?

    Best answer: There is nothing wrong with Shinsuke Nakamura. This is Professional Wrestling 101. This is a Heel Turn: Shinsuke Nakamura is no longer a Baby Face. He has a New Attitude, New Approach to Wrestling, New Ring Entrance Music, No Longer Speaks English. Shinsuke Nakamura is Now One of The Top Heels on Smackdown.
    Best answer: There is nothing wrong with Shinsuke Nakamura. This is Professional Wrestling 101. This is a Heel Turn: Shinsuke Nakamura is no longer a Baby Face. He has a New Attitude, New Approach to Wrestling, New Ring Entrance Music, No Longer Speaks English. Shinsuke Nakamura is Now One of The Top Heels on Smackdown.
    5 answers · 17 hours ago
  • When Drew McIntyre said he's tired of people collecting checks is he talking about Brock Lesnar?

    Drew McIntyre mentioned that he's tired of people collecting checks. Was Drew talking about Brock Lesnar?
    Drew McIntyre mentioned that he's tired of people collecting checks. Was Drew talking about Brock Lesnar?
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do you think Kurt Angle is disappointed that Bobby Roode lost to Elias?

    Kurt Angle got Bobby Roode as his top pick and in his first singles match he loses to Elias. Do you think Kurt Angle regrets trading for Bobby Roode?
    Kurt Angle got Bobby Roode as his top pick and in his first singles match he loses to Elias. Do you think Kurt Angle regrets trading for Bobby Roode?
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Professional Wrestling: What do you think about the World Wrestling Entertainment Superstar Shake-up 2018?

    RAW: Authors of Pain Baron Corbin Bobby Lashley Bobby Roode Breezango Chad Gable Dolph Ziggler Drew McIntyre Ember Moon Jinder Mahal Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn Mike Kanellis w/ Maria Kanellis, Mojo Rawley Natalya No Way Jose Riott Squad The Ascension Zack Ryder Smackdown! Live: Andrade "Cien" Almas w/... show more
    RAW: Authors of Pain Baron Corbin Bobby Lashley Bobby Roode Breezango Chad Gable Dolph Ziggler Drew McIntyre Ember Moon Jinder Mahal Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn Mike Kanellis w/ Maria Kanellis, Mojo Rawley Natalya No Way Jose Riott Squad The Ascension Zack Ryder Smackdown! Live: Andrade "Cien" Almas w/ Zelina Vega Asuka Big Cass Jeff Hardy Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson Paige (general manager) R-Truth SAnitY w/o Nikki Cross Samoa Joe Sin Cara Sonya Deville & Mandy Rose The Bar (Cesaro & Sheamus) The Iconics The Miz
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • What are your thoughts on the passing of WWWF/WWF/WWE Champion Bruno Sammartino?

    Best answer: That was very sad that "The Living Legend" Bruno Sammartino has passed away. He was 82 years old and he lived in good years. Bruno Sammartino was one of the greatest wrestler of all times, whom won and held the WWE Championship for long.
    Best answer: That was very sad that "The Living Legend" Bruno Sammartino has passed away. He was 82 years old and he lived in good years. Bruno Sammartino was one of the greatest wrestler of all times, whom won and held the WWE Championship for long.
    17 answers · 1 week ago
  • Professional Wrestling: Could Daniel Bryan not be as healthy as World Wrestling Entertainment claims?

    Look at the Wrestlemania 34 match, he spent 70 percent of the match layed out from the pre-match attack and when he is booked to appear on TV that in no question would've resulted in a brawl suddenly Bryan was attacked backstage. Is World Wrestling Entertainment playing with fire trying to hide the potential... show more
    Look at the Wrestlemania 34 match, he spent 70 percent of the match layed out from the pre-match attack and when he is booked to appear on TV that in no question would've resulted in a brawl suddenly Bryan was attacked backstage. Is World Wrestling Entertainment playing with fire trying to hide the potential reality that Daniel Bryan isn't as 100 percent as they advertised?
    4 answers · 11 hours ago
  • Who else thinks that the greatest Royal Rumble event is a lame marketing ploy?

    On two occasions the winner of the Royal Rumble became world champion and with the exception of those two occasions the winner of the Royal Rumble would headline WrestleMania and challenge for the world title. If having more people compete at a Royal Rumble is the criteria to make the event the greatest then as it... show more
    On two occasions the winner of the Royal Rumble became world champion and with the exception of those two occasions the winner of the Royal Rumble would headline WrestleMania and challenge for the world title. If having more people compete at a Royal Rumble is the criteria to make the event the greatest then as it stands right now the Royal Rumble that Alberto Del Rio won is currently the Best WWE standards which does not make sense. The WWE has also had Tag Team Battle Royals in which the tag titles were on the line so having a tag team Royal Rumble with no surprise but a cup and having a Royal Rumble with no prize but a cup are pretty lame ideas
    4 answers · 15 hours ago
  • Do you think triple h is hot?

    Best answer: No, not really, the biggest problems with him is the beard doesn’t look good on him and he has a very wrinkled forehead.

    Physique wise, body, he is in great shape. He hasn’t lost a beat there and still looks as good as he did twenty years ago.
    Best answer: No, not really, the biggest problems with him is the beard doesn’t look good on him and he has a very wrinkled forehead.

    Physique wise, body, he is in great shape. He hasn’t lost a beat there and still looks as good as he did twenty years ago.
    13 answers · 5 days ago
  • What do you think of brie bella saying that she wants to kill professional wrestler John Cena?

    Best answer: She better be careful before she gets arrested. Real life is not a WWE ring.
    Best answer: She better be careful before she gets arrested. Real life is not a WWE ring.
    9 answers · 4 days ago
  • Which is your favorite gimmick of The Rock during his time with the WWF/WWE ?

    Mine is The Rock's Corporate gimmick from the end of 1998 until the spring of 1999, the flat top haircut with the sideburns, the black sunglasses and his fancy wardrobe with the Versace silk shirts, the chain around his neck and his rolex with the slacks and dress shoes was what made him look cool. He was also... show more
    Mine is The Rock's Corporate gimmick from the end of 1998 until the spring of 1999, the flat top haircut with the sideburns, the black sunglasses and his fancy wardrobe with the Versace silk shirts, the chain around his neck and his rolex with the slacks and dress shoes was what made him look cool. He was also a jerk and was much more egotistical and self deluded unlike how he is today with the bald head, the beard and the tattoos, even his promo style was much different when he spoke with a slower, deeper tone and was a lot more articulate with how he got his point across. Unlike now where he talks too fast and relies way too much on the comedy as opposed to what he did when he was a heel. Even as a face he still didn't change the way he was until 2000, which meant that era was pretty much gone forever.
    7 answers · 4 days ago
  • On a scale 1 to 10, how would you rate Stone Cold, in his prime?

    Best answer: In my assessment, Stone Cold's prime is in 1997-1999. The beginning of his Legendary stint is his Austin 3:16 segment after winning WWF King Of The Ring 1996. So, even Stone Cold was already in his 30s in those years, that's his prime when he became household name worldwide, not in his WCW days. Here's... show more
    Best answer: In my assessment, Stone Cold's prime is in 1997-1999. The beginning of his Legendary stint is his Austin 3:16 segment after winning WWF King Of The Ring 1996. So, even Stone Cold was already in his 30s in those years, that's his prime when he became household name worldwide, not in his WCW days.

    Here's how I rate 1997-1999 Stone Cold :
    Strength- 8. Compared to powerhouses such as The Undertaker, Kane, and Big Show, Stone Cold is inferior in strength. But for a heavyweight of his size and guys of smaller size, Stone Cold is strong. Stone Cold is able to suplex and spinebuster guys of his size such as The Rock, Mick Foley, and Triple H and also to some of bigger guys such as The Undertaker and Kane. Stone Cold deserves 8.

    Speed- 7. Stone Cold is quick for a guy of his size. Lou Thesz Press is one of signature move that shows his quickness. Add that with Lariat out of nowhere that Stone Cold often performs. Stone Cold deserves 7.

    Agility- 7. For a Heavyweight, Stone Cold is agile. He does Leapfrog body guillotine and Point Elbow Drop off the top ropes. He deserves 7.

    Technical Ability- 8. Although not as technical as he was in his younger days, Stone Cold was still a great technical wrestler. His variety of mat wrestling moves such as Spinebuster, Suplex, Superplex combined with deadly submission move Sleeper Hold show Stone Cold is a great wrestler. Stone Cold deserves 8.

    Brawling- Stone Cold is the master of brawling. Stone Cold punches, kicks, and stomps his opponents to beat the crap out of his opponents during his matches. Stone Cold would also use steel chair to inflict more punishment on his opponents and sometimes he would go crazy with steel chair assaults to truly hurt his opponents. A perfect brawler, in the same league with The Undertaker and John Cena in my opinion, but more ruthless and sadistic. Stone Cold deserves a perfect 10.

    Mic Skills- 10. WWF Fans never got bored hearing Stone Cold talking in the mic. Definitely a perfect talker with brilliant mic skill. Stone Cold deserves a perfect 10.

    Stamina- 7. Stone Cold has never been known as an hour wrestler who put on wrestling clinic such as Ric Flair, Bret Hart, and Shawn Michaels. But, Stone Cold wrestles some matches 20-30 minutes in length. That's why he deserves 7.

    Charisma- 10. Stone Cold is so charismatic that make a lot of people care about and admire him. Definitely a perfect 10.

    Match Quality- 8. Stone Cold's best matches came during his younger WCW days and later stage of his WWF Career in 2001 (against Triple H, The Rock, Kurt Angle, and Chris Jericho). But that shouldn't diminish his very good matches against Dude Love, Kane, The Undertaker, and The Rock during 1998-1999. Those matches are very good and underrated matches with great brawling. Add that with his 5 star classic match against Bret Hart at Wrestlemania 13. Stone Cold deserves 8.

    Theme Song- 10. The theme song is just so intense and Legendary. Just hear the arena erupts when WWF Fans heard the glass shatters. The theme song is so popular worldwide that I'm sure non wrestling Fans know this theme.

    Toughness- 10. I can only think of The Undertaker that can match Stone Cold in toughness. Remember, Stone Cold was the number one nemesis of the most powerful man in WWF during Attitude Era, the owner of WWF himself, Mr. McMahon. Mr. McMahon put everything in his power to make Stone Cold's life a living hell in 1998-1999, yet Stone Cold always defied the odds and survived. In fact, Stone Cold won the war against Mr. McMahon, getting him banned forever from WWF in Fully Loaded 1999 (until Stone Cold reinstated him for an exchange for a WWF Title shot). During that Legendary feud in 1998-1999, Mr. McMahon sent the best WWF had to offer to punish Stone Cold, from Dude Love, Kane, The Rock, and finally The Undertaker. All of them might get some wins during the feud, but in the end Stone Cold wins the feud and the war. Not even the almighty The Undertaker (who got request from Mr. McMahon) with the help of his Corporate Ministry able to stop Stone Cold, who won the war that got Corporate Ministry disbanded also banning Mr. McMahon in Fully Loaded 1999. That showed in his prime Stone Cold was so unstoppable and his toughness was second to none. In fact, Stone Cold was the first ever man who handed The Undertaker clean defeat in Raw 1999 following two Stone Cold Stunners. Add that with the fact Stone Cold never submit during this period. Not even submission master Bret Hart could make Stone Cold submit, even after brutalizing him with weapon assaults and locked him viciously in his Legendary Sharpshooter at Wrestlemania 13. Stone Cold never gives up, he only passed out of pain. Definitely a perfect 10, arguably tougher than The Undertaker whom I regard as the toughest WWE Superstar.

    Psychology- 10. Stone Cold is able to get crowd reactions not only when he entered the arena, but also in his segments and matches. The crowd had always been alive, kept chanting and cheering for Austin. Just hear "Austin, Austin" and "What" chants during Attitude Era. Also hear the crowd reaction when Stone Cold do Mudhole Stomp, nails Stone Cold Stunner, and celebrates his victory. Definitely a perfect 10.
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Who is better in-ring wise, Alexa Bliss, or Mickie James?

    Best answer: Mickie James has more experience in the ring and is the better wrestler as a result. Bliss is decent in the ring and is improving at least.
    Best answer: Mickie James has more experience in the ring and is the better wrestler as a result. Bliss is decent in the ring and is improving at least.
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • Anyone believe SD will be in great shape after the shakeup?

    Assuming RAW isn’t adding anyone else, SD’s shakeup looks like it’s going to crush RAW’s. -Keep Daniel Bryan, AJ Styles, Nutcracker Nakamura, Rusev -Get rid of Jinder Mahal, Dolph Ziggler -Acquire the Miz and presumably Seth Rollins (although I suppose it could be Jeff Hardy) -Keep the Usos, New Day, Bludgeon... show more
    Assuming RAW isn’t adding anyone else, SD’s shakeup looks like it’s going to crush RAW’s. -Keep Daniel Bryan, AJ Styles, Nutcracker Nakamura, Rusev -Get rid of Jinder Mahal, Dolph Ziggler -Acquire the Miz and presumably Seth Rollins (although I suppose it could be Jeff Hardy) -Keep the Usos, New Day, Bludgeon Brothers; could acquire the Revival -Keep Charlotte, Becky Lynch, Iconic Duo -Acquire at least one of Sasha, Bayley, Alexa, Asuka -Lose Gable, which hurts, but it allows them to move Shelton to singles -May end up being the spot for Andrade Cien Almas eventually -Could still acquire Balor or the entire Balor Club, Braun Strowman, etc -No more Zayn/Owens/Shane Granted I thought SD had a good shakeup last year as well but that’s a helluva roster
    12 answers · 1 week ago
  • In WWE which female wrestler has the birth came as Leah van dale?

    Best answer: carmella, just a quick google search will give you the result
    Best answer: carmella, just a quick google search will give you the result
    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • What is hulk Hogan's real name?

    16 answers · 1 week ago