Welcome to Wrestling Rambles: An independent website since 2011. Reviews, news and opinion from the world of professional wrestling. Home of The 3 Count, Smark My Words and featuring some of the best wrestling radio on the internet! ‘Every Man’s Heart One Day Beats Its’ Final Beat’ - Ultimate Warrior
Now thanks to the WWE Network we are allowed to see the WWE’s development system each and every Thursday. We get to see the bright stars of nXt and who could be the future of the company. I am a HUGE fan of NXT and I love Thursday nights because both TNA and NXT are on! Great night for wrestling and if you just became a fan of wrestling I would tell you to watch NXT because it is that good. Here are my reasons why it is so good. Continue reading →
Nick Aldis is an English superstar better known as Magnus. He is an official homegrown superstar of TNA Impact Zone wrestling. There are not many that claim that these days as the company continues to struggle.
He is knowns as the first English Heavyweight champion from TNA. He has proven himself to be an asset to the organization. Originally he appeared as Brutus Magnus and His finishing move was called Tormentum for several years until recently switched to a dive elbow drop.
1. Team IOU (Kerry Awful & Nick Iggy)- The NWA Southern Tag Team Champions get their record tying 3rd #1 in the Tag Team Top 5 as a boy and his dog were absolutely unstoppable over the weekend. They defeated Xion & Stanley TWICE at NWA SAW on 4/11. They then went to IWA Mid-South on 4/13 where they won a Gauntlet Match vs. The Hooligans, Alex Castle & Frank Wyatt, and The Submission Squad, eliminating every single team from the match. There really was no debate among the official voters this week. It was a clean sweep among them. #2 in the online poll with Continue reading →
Welcome to The 3 Count. This week, the topics I’m discussing are the Ultimate Warrior tribute show, the Intercontinental Championship #1 contender tournament and the top matches for Extreme Rules.
1. Ultimate Warrior tribute show on Monday Night RAW
One of the saddest traditions in WWE returned last Monday on RAW. Ultimate Warrior became the most recent former WWE wrestler to get a ten bell salute on RAW. The last WWE wrestler to receive a ten bell salute I think was Eddie Guerrero on November 14, 2005. The entire episode of RAW was dedicated to Ultimate Warrior who died last week just one day after appearing on RAW for the first time since 1996. This week is Warrior week on the WWE Network. Tuesday was Warrior’s Greatest Matches, Wednesday is WrestleMania Rewind – WrestleMania 6: Hogan vs. Warrior, Thursday is Warrior Continue reading →
We begin with the entire roster on the top of the ramp wearing Ultimate Warrior t-shirts, and Michael Cole mentions Warrior’s passing last week. Jerry Lawler then intros a wonderful video package on his career. God this sucks. Another piece of all our childhoods is gone. The bell then tolls ten times. Yes, I have a tear. Don’t we all? Tonight we will honor the Warrior with I’m sure vignettes on great moments. Yes I am an impulsive buyer and I will buy an Ultimate Warrior t-shirt. We will have current storyline stuff tonight. We also Continue reading →
Indy Power Rankings for the Week of April 14th, 2014
1. Ricochet-The Dragon Gate Open the Dream Gate Champion and DGUSA Open the Freedom Gate Champion went back to Japan this week and well, he was flawless. Is it the Ricochet Power Rankings or the Indy Power Rankings? He has now broken the record for most times at #1 in a single calendar year. He passes Adam Cole, Johnny Gargano, and Kevin Steen for the distinction. After 2 weekend wins, he is 24-5 in his last 29 matches. #9 in the online poll. Continue reading →
We’re getting there guys. Number six this week in the SmackDown Countdown. A list I’ve compiled of my top 15 moments in the near 15 year history of WWE’s Friday Night SmackDown and this week we look at a guy who’s cropped up on this list a couple of times already, but he’s what you might call a legend. We’re looking at The Rated R Superstar, Edge. Continue reading →