Moment: Stone Cold Saves The WWF

Growing up watching the World Wrestling Federation/Extreme Championship Wrestling/World Championship Wrestling.  I had a lot of moments I liked and go back to either YouTube or DVD/Tapes to rewatch them. Such as this moment from my #1 favorite wrestler of all time, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin saving the WWF as “The Alliance” WCW & ECW attacks the WWF.

Sorry for the lack of HD in the video, it was the only one I could find. As for the moment itself, this is one of the times I was watching with my grandfather and my cousin, our grandfather was a WCW fan so he was going for the alliance throughout this. As for me and my cousin, we stuck with WWF through and through, I was the Stone Cold fan and he was a fan of The Rock, which meant after the show went off the air me and him would wrestle in the house till we got tired enough to sleep. As for this moment, this is the last moment we had to watch with our grandfather that died a week later from lung cancer.

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The Undertaker

Mark William Calaway better known as “The Undertaker” was known as the “Dead Man” in the WWE. Over his career he held a streak at one Pay Per View known as Wrestlemania. Yet, this past Wrestlemania Undertaker lost to Brock Lesner which Paul Heyman isn’t letting anyone have any peace over it. As for the future for Taker, it’s expected that he retires from the WWE. Yet, I see him coming back for one last strike from “Beyond the Grave”. Considering that Heyman is still bloating about the match.

Undertaker was known as “Mean” Mark Callous in World Championship Wrestling (WCW) in 1989-1990, he later signed to World Wrestling Federation now World Wrestling Entertainment. He became “The Undertaker” when he signed and teamed with his “half brother” Kane to form The Brothers of Destruction. By 1991 Undertaker had became the WWF Champion. Mark is a four time WWF/WWE Champion, Three time WWF/WWE World Champion, One time USWA Unified World Heavyweight Champion, Six time WWF/WWE World Tag Team Champion, One time WCW World Tag Team Champion, One time WWF Hardcore Champion, & One time WCWA Texas Heavyweight Champion.

Other names Mark had as ring names:

Texas Red

The Master of Pain

The Punisher

Punisher Dice Morgan

Kane the Undertaker

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.

My view on Wrestling today compared to old day wrestling

Growing up I watched WWF and WCW, during that time I couldnt predict the matches as I can now. I mean back then I enjoyed it back then and now I dont even know why I’m still watching it. WWE has become to predictible and TNA is shortly following it. Like tonights match with Gunner & Rob Van Dam, it was easy to tell that Gunner was going to win, Gunner lead the start of the match and when RVD started fight back, his friend came out to the ring. I knew then that Rob was going to lose the match. He sent his friend backstage and in the end his friend cost him the match against Gunner. Its to easy to predict, another match is the World Heavyweight title match in the Steel Cage between Randy Orton & Christian at “Super” SmackDown this past tuesday. Randy gave it away thoughout the match that he would win. I know that the two companys are looking for money, but they need to do so without so much matches being predictible. I can admit the John Cena & CM Punk matchs werent that predictible. As for WWF and WCW you could rarly predict a matches out come. Thats what I miss, todays wrestling has become boring. And it will continue untill either TNA or WWE picks up something new. Instead of coping the samethings over and over again. Such as the John Cena & Alberto Del Rio fued, its a copy of John Cena & The Miz to me. Reason being is cause Alberto will most likly use Ricardo to keep the WWE Championship at Night of Champions. Which is like how Miz used Alex Riley to keep the WWE Championship aslong as he did. By booking this fued to be the same as Cena & Miz, it isnt worth watching. WWE needs to learn something new, also turnning Sin Cara heel can also be a bad move by the WWE Creative team, since Sin Cara isnt use to the WWE lifestyle yet. Although they won’t him heel, they need to wait till he gets use to the new surroundings. WWE keeps getting predictible week after week and so does TNA aka Impact Wrestling. Although the Wrestling in WWE has picked up from both John Cena and CM Punk, its still predictible. The Creative team needs new ideas, instead of using old ones. Hopefully that will change in the future.

A few things I hate about the IWC

The IWC changes their minds about a Superstar or Diva after something WWE Creative does, the IWC blames the Superstar or Diva when it was the Creative teams idea. Take John Cena, everybody loved the old rapper Cena, but the min the WWE Creative made him face, the IWC turned and started hating him. Saying he can’t wrestle, but yet they cheered him as a heel? The IWC is made up in my opion a bunch of parasites, I grew up watching WWF with my dad and he said, once you pick your favorite, stick with him untill the end. I picked Stone Cold Steve Austin, why? The toughest SOB in the company. The guy was a machine, I remember seeing WWF liveone time, just to see a match with him in it. Now WWF is gone and we live in the PG-13 Era. The IWC cannot adapt, they hate the PG rating, well we cant do shit about it. Thats the WWE desion, not ours. If you dont like it, stop watching. Just quiet.