Two weeks ago, Shinsuke Nakamura beat John Cena, clean, with one Kinshasa after Cena couldn’t get it done with two Attitude Adjustments. While their initial outing was a fun time had by all, it will ultimately end up being one of two things. Either the first step in making a new star or an attempt to revitalize a diminishing asset. Continue reading
One week after Brock Lesnar called Jon Jones “unprofessional” failing a drug test, Lesnar himself has been flagged by USADA for a potential anti-doping violation stemming from an out-of-competition drug test taken on June 28.
This has major implications not just for UFC, but WWE. Frank Dee and I breakdown all of the news and potential outcomes as result of this unprecedented situation over at the official youtube channel of Gerweck.net.
John Cena got the crap kicked out of him on Sunday night. That is the only way to describe the Summer Slam main event between him and Brock Lesnar. There was a lot of talk about how this match was going to go. Some felt Lesnar should win while others felt he should never see the gold and leather of the world title due to his part time status. Continue reading
This writing thing has been a passion of mine for a long as I can remember. It didn’t dawn on me until a couple of years ago that I should start my on blog and try to get my name there through different outlets.
I was flatter and humbled when Get Real Wrestling.com invited me to be a part of their team and get paid to write. It’s the first time someone has asked me to write for them instead of the other way around so that must mean I’m doing something right.
(Blog I wrote for gerweck.net)
As the WWE celebrates the 25th anniversary of their summer time extravaganza, a trip down memory lane seemed appropriate. 1988 was not only the first installment of this popular yearly event, but the first pay-per-view event I ever watched.
August 29th of that year was only the second day of my wrestling fandom. An episode of “The Superstars of Wrestling” the night before sucked me in as the “Mega Powers”, comprised of Hulk Hogan & Macho Man Randy Savage, hyped their tag team match against Andre the Giant and The Million Dollar Man Ted DiBiase, the “Mega Bucks.” Continue reading
Bret “Hitman” Hart is one of the best technical wrestlers of all time. I don’t even know how anyone could make a list of Bret Hart matches because he really never had a bad match. Everyone has their opinion on what matches make a list like this. My list is based on match caliber was compared to career importance. Lets take a look at the five greatest matches of the excellence of execution.