As many sports-entertainment fans came of age during the early 1990s, WWE began to prepare for the post-Hogan era by introducing a host of new faces into the squared circle spotlight. Max Moon, with his colorful bodysuit and impressive special-effects-charged-entrance, was, perhaps, the persona most represenative of the colorful period. Straight out of a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon, the spaceman who hailed from "Outer Space" burst onto television screens as the brainchild of Mexican wrestling legend Konnan.
Triple H cemented his legacy as a WWE Superstar by taking on some of the toughest competitors of all time, including The Undertaker. There's no doubt he's WWE Hall of Fame bound. But now The Cerebal Assassin is looking to make a name for himself in another area - the boardroom of a billion dollar public company. However, some of WWE's Superstars aren't taking too well to his management style. Here are five reasons to catch Monday's RAW at 8/7 CT on USA Network.
Daniel Bryan is a WWE Superstar. But he also not a WWE Superstar. He is - in his words - a wrestler. He's a vegan. He's a stout 5-foot-8 rather than a hulking 6-foot-3. He is, potentially, the only multi-time World Champion in history to have not passed gym class, as he's five PE credits short of a General Studies degree at Gray Harbor Community College. It has been roughly two-years since his face was clean-shaven; throw him in a suit and you don't get Tom Brady so much as the Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer.
Night of Champions 2013 is in the books, and true to form, WWE's most golden event of the year was packed with breathtaking action and compelling twists and turns.
Night of Champions ushered in Daniel Bryan as the new WWE Champion, but what does COO Triple H think about Randy Orton being dethroned? Plus, a WWE Hall of Famer is coming to Raw. Here are five reasons not to miss the pay-per-view fallout tonight at 8/7 CT on USA Network.
1.) Will Edge best the business?
The WWE Universe is about to bear witness to some epic clashes; from scorching-hot Daniel Bryan battling WWE Champion Randy Orton with the title , to the very real possibility that CM Punk will get his payback-ready hands on Paul Heyman, Night of Champions is going to be a night to remember.
Just eight moments after WWE changed sports-entertainment with the first WrestleMania, the company revolutionized the industry again November 17, 1985, with The Wrestling Classic. WWE's first-ever live pay-per-view event, the show featured a 16-Superstar tournament, which was won by The Junkyard Dog.
Never before has there been such a sense of fear in the WWE locker room since WWE COO Triple H fired Cody Rhodes for failing to win a match against Randy Orton. What might WWE Hall of Famer Edge have to say about the current state of WWE when he appears live on Raw? Here are five reasons this Monday’s Raw is must-see at 8/7 CT on USA Network.
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