Thoughts on Titus O’Neil’s Suspension


In an odd turn of events, WWE suspended Titus O’Neil for “unprofessional conduct” due to an incident during the final seconds of the WWE Network stream of Daniel Bryan’s retirement celebration. O’Neil is seen “playfully” grabbing Vince McMahon by the arm right before he was shoved by McMahon in retaliation. 

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Daniel Bryan Retires from Wrestling due to Injuries


Yesterday seemed as if it was going to be just another day in the world of professional wrestling with a new episode of Monday Night Raw on the horizon. Then, all of a sudden, a particular tweet from a particular wrestler changed all of that. 20 words, or 137 characters, informed the world that Daniel Bryan has retired from professional wrestling.  Continue reading

Jushin ‘Thunder’ Liger will appear at NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn


Jushin ‘Thunder’ Liger captured my imagination from the moment he emerged from the curtain at WCW Superbrawl II. Liger lost the Light Heavyweight championship to Brian Pillman on that February evening in 1992, but it didn’t matter. The mixture of revolutionary high-flying moves and technical wrestling coupled with his anime inspired ring gear had me at hello.

Liger has wrestled all over the world. You name the promotion, and he has been there. That is, except for WWE. That will finally end as it was announced that Liger will appear at NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn on 8/22/15. The event will air live on the WWE Network and spoiler alert, he will square off against Tyler Breeze. Continue reading

The Bodyslam Podcast Ep 27: Hell in a Cell Recap, Roode vs. Lashley, WWE Network Subscriber Number, and More


On this episode of The Bodyslam Podcast, Atlee Greene is joined by guest host Jason LaBonte. Jason is a former independent wrestler in the New England area who brings his insight and knowledge to the show. Topics covered this week are

– Hell in a Cell Recap

– Monday Night Raw Recap

– Bobby Roode vs. Bobby Lashley main event from Impact

– Daniel Bryan

– WWE Network subscriber numbers

and More!

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The Bodyslam Podcast Ep 25: Lesnar destroys Cena, Daniel Bryan’s injury, Bully Ray leaves TNA, and more


The Bodyslam Podcast is coming at you with the top news stories of the week. Also, a good friend of mine, Adam Kohn, will be our special guest co-host for this edition of the show as we discuss, Brock Lesnar’s destruction of John Cena, The Shield’s ascension as individual wrestlers, Daniel Bryan reportedly needing Tommy John Surgery, and who should TNA position as the number one babyface now that Bully Ray is leaving the company.

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Thoughts on Bobby Lashley as TNA World Champion


Bobby Lashley became the new TNA World Heavyweight Champion, defeating Eric Young on Thursday, June 19th during the latest episode of Impact Wrestling. I’ve had a few days to think about it and I’m still not sure how I feel about it. This isn’t a bad thing by any means, but I wonder if this will be a good thing in the long-term. Continue reading

My Interview w/ Ring of Honor’s Roderick Strong



I had the pleasure of chatting with “The Messiah of the Backbreaker” Roderick Strong discussing ROH’s big move towards live traditional live pay-per-view, his career in Ring of Honor, his submission match with Cedric Alexander, The Decade, and seeing how far Ring of Honor has come from his perspective of being in the company for over 10 years.

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Is The Yes Movement Dead?


To say that Daniel Bryan had crap luck as WWE Champion would be an understatement. 64 days of personal loss, dismal follow up from the writers and a neck injury culminated on Raw when Triple H and Stephanie McMahon stripped him of the title. Bryan will be back at some point, but will he get a second chance to make a first impression in the main event spot? Continue reading

Batista is the Victim


Vince McMahon is used to getting his way but apparently, Batista didn’t get the memo. Reports have surfaced regarding “The Animal’s” refusal to wrestle Daniel Bryan at WWE’s upcoming Payback pay-per-view. Wrestlers refusing to put people over is nothing new, however, Batista deserves a pass on any flack he is receiving for refusing the match. Luckily, his support of Bryan and the refusal of the idea as opposed to the wrestler himself seems to be his saving grace. Continue reading