Wrestling Free Agents

Wrestling Free Agents

The wrestling world had has free agents just like every other sports. One of the hottest free agents on the market former Ring of Honor superstar Marty Scurll, just made a appearance on NWA In to the Fire. This gives us reasons to believe that he say sign some kinda of contract with them. The next big out there is former Impact Wrestling superstar Killer Kross, was granted his release from his contract last week. Just two days ago that Killer Kross has signed with MLW (Major Legend Wrestling). These are to big name superstars that have found great companies to work for. Marty Scurll is one of the best wrestlers in the world. He is a household name and can boost merchandise sales, ticket sales, most of all bring eyes to a new product. Killer Kross is a strong wrestler, known for his wild antics in the ring and hardcore style. He can change the way you book a show. You can also build him to be your top star and your champion. Both NWA and MLW are great fantastic workers for there companies.
Broken Skull Sessions Review

Broken Skull Sessions Review

Last Sunday WWE aired a brand you show hosted by the WWE Hall of Famer Stone Cold Steve Austin call The Broken Skull Session. Austin’s guest on the this show was WWE great The Undertaker. The Undertaker aka Mark Calaway, was on the show to talk about his time with WCW, how he started in WWE, and when his time will be up in WWE. The Undertaker and Austin sat in studio and shared great stories. It was great to see the Undertaker not in character and just being himself. The Undertaker has been wrestling for over 30 years and had been with WWE for over 20 years. As a young man I was scared of him. He brutalized his opponents in the ring. Such as throwing Mick Foley off the top of the hell in a cell, hanging The Big Boss Man from the hell by his neck, and let’s not forget the casket matches and buried alive matches. As a child you had all right to scared of The Undertaker. Once that gong hits, you knew business was about to pick up. It felt really good to have this man that use to scare the life out of me, go on a talk show and be not in character. I would love to see The Undertaker do more of these interviews. It was a breath of fresh air to see Mark Calaway separated from The Undertaker.
Changing The Culture

Changing The Culture

This past week on WWE Backstage on FS1, a big announcement was made in regards to who will be on the show this coming week. Phil Brooks aka CM PUNK broke the internet by making his return to a WWE product. The world became un-glued, as the world automatically starting thinking that Phil Brooks (Cm Punk) is back fully with the WWE. About 6 years ago, Cm Punk quit WWE.

It has been reported since then that he was not happy with the booking of his character and that he was treated poorly by the WWE medical staff. It was reported at the beginning of October, that Phil Brooks signed a deal with FOX to work on WWE Backstage at the start of November. As per multiple sources, We also know that he got this deal directly through FOX and had no contact to or from WWE.

As wrestling fans, we have to understand that this does not mean that we will see Cm Punk back in a WWE ring. Even though Cm Punk and WWE ended on bad terms, He was still one of the greatest characters WWE ever had. He was a straight shooter and had the 2nd longest WWE Championship title run in the companies history. I always say, wrestlers that leave the business, always find their way back to the business. It is in their blood. 6 years ago Cm Punk broke many hearts with his departure. Let’s not get your hopes up fans, and get your heart broken again.