Just to say..

After the forums, we all went our on paths. The Animal Batista aka Ray the Rambler went on to make Wrestling Rambles, which was big as it can be, although, it is closing for a short time. I expect it to be back up and running by early 2015, of Ray may prove me wrong. When the site opened I was one of the few that commented and later on I made my own site. Through the years I have posted my thoughts on Wrestling and even on things other then Wrestling, I have also had times that I couldn’t post due to personal life.

As for when I read the Farwell post, the interest in Wrestling for the past 6 months. Yes, I agree. Although, due to life I have rarely watched. As for Lesner being the Champ, are they going to have him try to leave with the Championship such as Punk did? Lets face it, Lesner won’t be there long till he jumps ship back to MMA. Like the Rock did with the movies. The only few things I watch for anymore is the Rhodes brother/Usos & Dean Ambrose/John Cena/Roman Reigns/Seth Rollins. I’d like to see more out of the WWE, due to this is the company I’ve been watching since the mid 90s. As for TNA, I’ve said it once. I’m not much of a fan of TNA. I really only watch for Matt & Jeff Hardy and that’s rare.

Now back to why I decided to make this post, some of the writers from Wrestling Rambles I’ve known for a few years, considering most of us was apart of WWE Universe in 2009-Jan, 1, 2011. Then on other forums leading up to the creation of WR. I applaud WR for there hard work over the years, although, at times I couldn’t “tune in” to the articles, when I could I read them. Maybe I didn’t comment, but I still read some. Now the next part goes straight to the staff of WR:

You’ve worked with eachother over the years, with different opinions and views. Probably had arguments, but in all of it you have become a family. You may live in different parts of the world. But, you are one family. Just think of me as a distant cousin.


My Top 5 Favorites

This blog is on my Top 10 Favorite WWE & TNA Superstars.

John Cena:

Although I dont like the “Cenation” gimmick, I am a fan of his because he can wrestle. WWE has been holding it back since he became the face of the company in 2005. Cena has proven that he can wrestle, such as his debut match against Kurt Angle, and the matches with CM Punk over the past few months. I watched Cena back when he was in Ohio Vally Wrestling as the Prototype. John’s a great wrestler no matter what others think.

Matt Hardy:

Minus the stuff thats happened over the last few months, Matt is a decent wrestler. He has choise to retire from Wrestling and I support his idea. Although, I’d rather see him in a WWE or TNA ring, I cant.

Jeff Hardy:

I’ve been a fan of Jeff’s since WWF. During the Hardy Boyz, Team Extreme. Jeff has had problems with drugs, but all superstars have tooken drugs. Steriods is a drug and its a drug Vince McMahon pushed on all the stars including Jeff. Jeff returned to TNA this past thursday and asked for one more chance, one more chance to make up for the mistakes, he has done.

Randy Orton:

The 3rd Generation Superstar and the youngest World Champion. Randy was also one of the guys I watched back in OVW. Randy and John use to put on great matches, and just like John, WWE holds Randy back. Randy can indeed wrestle, but WWE hired him for mic skills, just like Cena & Miz.

Stone Cold Steve Austin:

“The Texas Rattlesnake” Stone Cold was the Attitude Era. Stone Cold was on of the best of the company and still is. Whenever Austin appears the crowd goes crazy. Austin is known though many names, such as “The Texas Rattlesnake”, Austin 3:16, The toughest SOB, etc. Austin had great fueds with the McMahons and The Rock.

Matt Hardy Retires from Pro Wrestling

Less then a week ago former WWE & TNA Star Matt Hardy made a YouTube video entitled “Goodbye”, the first thing that came to mind from the people that watched the video was suicide. The next day he made another video saying he was ok, the following day Matt made another video explainning that the “Goodbye” video was to never be taken as a suicide video. Matt went on to explain that it was to end his Wrestling career.

Personaly as a fan of Matt’s, I dont won’t to see him leave. But it isnt my desion, its his. I wish Matt luck in the future. As for Matt’s retirement, there have been talk or Matt’s brother Jeff Hardy to retire soon aswell. I grew up watching both of the Hardy Boyz, and just like Matt, I dont won’t to see Jeff leave. But best of luck to both with future plans. Jeff returns to TNA next week, will he talk about Matt’s retirement?

You can keep up with Matt Hardy on his YouTube accout at


Calling Out the Stars Edition 3

Last week I posted about CM Punk, Jeff Hardy and Chris Jericho. This week I’m doing Triple H, The Rock, & Hulk Hogan.

Triple H: Though the years Humter has been a great superstar for the WWE/F, but Hunter has also grown an ego from it. Marrying Stephane McMahon pushed Triple H over. The 13 time Champion has made himself the ref for the John Cena, CM Punk match at Summer Slam. Bothe Punk & Cena agree its out of Hunter’s ego. Which I agree with, everybody might be thinking that this match favors John Cena. But to me it favors CM Punk. I see Hunter turnning heel at Summer Slam, that would light a fire under Vince McMahon. Hunter would fued with Vince to see who gets control of WWE. While Punk and Cena continue.

The Rock: One of WWE’s Greats, I really dont see the match against Cena at Mania worth the wait. Rock’s into movies now, so the match is pointless, Rock cant get banged up and Cena isnt gonna lose. So the match will be short.

Hulk Hogan: One of TNA’s Immortal leaders. The original superhero in Vince’s mind. I can admitt I was a Hulkamanic back when WWF was alive. But after WWF I lost any care I had for him. He became boring, and still is boring on TNA. Terry just needs to retire instead of tryin to relive the spotlight. He’s to old to compete.