Since their debut, it was obvious that The Shield represented the future of the WWE. As singles performers, it’s a race to the top for Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns. Greg DeMarco explores the group’s journey to the world championship.
Every time The Rock returns to a WWE ring, he pops the crowd and initiates excitement. And one person is elevated when he’s done: The Rock. Greg DeMarco ponders if the mishandling of The Rock is worth the trouble.
Of all the names wrestling fans want to see make a comeback, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin usually appears at the top of the list. Austin’s recent comeback comments have fans salivating at the thought of one more Austin match. Greg DeMarco explores his potential opponents.
From being left out of the Royal Rumble to main eventing WWE WrestleMania XXX to being shelved with an injury, Daniel Bryan has had a roller-coaster 2014. Greg DeMarco examines what might have happened had Daniel Bryan not been out due to injury.
The WWE’s Be A STAR campaign is in its fourth year of existence, representing a commitment to ending bullying in our communities. Yet kids’ heroes are bullying others on WWE television on a near weekly basis. Greg DeMarco examines if this is counter intuitive, hypocritical or both.
With all the fuss around WWE NXT and The NXT Five, Greg DeMarco uncovers one vital key to success in making the main roster jump. And it’s obvious that there’s always strength in numbers.
WWE Night of Champions is tonight, meaning it’s time for Greg DeMarco to present his Bull-Headed, Outlandish, Lascivious, and Deplorable predictions for the WWE’s September PPV. Remember, these predictions may not come true, but they are BOLD!
Greg DeMarco explores the ultimate solution to the WWE’s oversaturation and creative problems. Could the answer come as a result of their own desperation?