• Ronda Rousey
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    Will Ronda Rousey be at Wrestlemania 32?

    Since her appearance at Wrestlemania 31, talk has been rife that Ronda Rousey will be leaving the Octagon and heading for the squared circle. Rousey jumped the barrier to provide The Rock with some female assistance after “The People’s Champion” had run into trouble in the form of WWE’s power couple, Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. The crowd that night were rabid for Rousey. They gave her a huge cheer for jumping the rail, an even bigger one for taking Trips to the ground, and blew the roof off the roofless Levi’s Stadium after blocking Stephanie’s slap and threatening to break her arm. Rousey is a childhood fan of the…

  • WrestleMania 31
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    WrestleMania 31 Review

      Finally it’s time for WrestleMania aka The Grandest Stage of all as it takes place in Santa Clara, CA. For the most part I was looking forward to this WrestleMania because I was expected some really good matches like the IC championship ladder match, the World title match, Sting/Triple H, Orton/Rollins and a couple more matches. Let’s Get Started!!!!     This match is probably the match I was looking forward to out of all the matches and I was happy it started out WrestleMania to get the crowd pumped. This match definitely didn’t disappoint with all the guys working their asses off and all had time to shine…

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    Daddy’s Hangout Presents WrestleMania XXX Review

    Well it has come and gone, this was a great and exciting WrestleMania weekend that started off by inducting Jake “The Snake” Roberts, Lita, Mr. T, Razor Ramon, Carlos Colon, Paul Bearer and the headlining Ultimate Warrior (R.I.P). Yes, that’s a RIP beside the name of the Ultimate Warrior because he unfortunately passed the day after appearing on Monday Night Raw. You can read how I feel about the late, great Ultimate Warrior here. Well this WrestleMania had a few interesting matches and storylines in place heading into the PPV and let’s see how things played out. Let’s Get Started!!!!!!   Opening Segment with Hulk Hogan, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin…

  • WrestleMania XXVIII Review
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    Daddy’s Hangout WrestleMania XXVIII Review

        Okay, it’s that time of year again everyone, it’s WrestleMania. You know the greatest spectacle, well maybe not but I was actually excited about this year’s WrestleMania because of all the uncertainties and of course the 3 main events between Cena/Rock, the Taker/HHH/HBK saga and the Punk/Jericho match. Let’s get started and see how WrestleMania XXVIII turned out.   Coming into this match I thought this could be one of the best matches of the night because not only, I’m a fan of both but these are 2 of the better wrestlers. Boy was I wrong on this front, after Bryan kissed his girlfriend A.J. he turned around…

  • Daddy’s Hangout 2020 Summerslam Review
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    Daddy’s Hangout 2020 Summerslam Review

    Welcome to the biggest party of the summer and that’s Summerslam. After a highly successful NXTTakeover: XXX the night before. The WWE returned with their 2020 Summerslam PPV. Drew McIntyre put up his WWE Championship against Randy Orton. Braun Strowman defended the Universal title against “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt. Asuka tried to leave with two belts as she battled Bayley and Sasha Banks for the SmackDown and Raw Women’s Championships. The Street Profits took on Angel Garza & Andrade for their Raw tag titles. Dominik Mysterio made his in-ring debut against Seth Rollins. In a loser leave WWE match, Sonya Deville battled Mandy Rose. Let’s see how the 2020 Summerslam…

  • Is AEW Geared Up to Survive This Crisis?
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    Is AEW Geared Up to Survive This Crisis?

    By and large, the wrestling world has been glad to have All Elite Wrestling. The upstart company – funded by a benevolent billionaire – isn’t to everybody’s tastes. You could make a strong argument that it alienated some of its potential audience by doing too much ‘goofy’ stuff in its first few weeks of television, and its writers still incorrectly assume that everyone who watches ‘Dynamite’ also watches ‘Dark’ and the various companion YouTube shows, but it’s been on a hot streak of television, and it’s been selling pay-per-views and tickets at arenas in respectable numbers. If this was a normal first year of operation, we’d probably say ‘so far,…