• A Detailed Look Ahead To WrestleMania 37
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    A Detailed Look Ahead To WrestleMania 37

    The WWE is one of the most watched combat sports in the whole world and has always been popular amongst many households dating back decades. However, the WWE community always comes together for events like this weekend as it is the pinnacle of the season as WrestleMania returns for its 37th episode this weekend. As WrestleMania always does promise fireworks every year, we do believe that this year has one of the most promising cards of recent times and below we preview some of the biggest fights on the card. Before WrestleMania kicks off at the weekend, many wrestling fans are migrating to online casino markets to ensure that they…

  • 3 Awesome Ways Wrestling Represented in Popular Media
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    3 Awesome Ways Wrestling Represented in Popular Media

    As one of the most exciting sports in entertainment, wrestling has always been able to gather a huge fanbase from young viewers to older audiences, to those who have grown up watching the sport to first time regular viewers – with the huge uptick in regular viewers of combat sports as a whole through the success of the UFC, wrestling has certainly started to find a growing audience here too with an impressive roster of crossover athletes that have helped bring a lot of stardom to each sport. A huge part of the commercial success for wrestling however has always been its own representation in different popular media, and with…

  • Daddy’s Hangout WWE Hell in A Cell PPV Review
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    Daddy’s Hangout WWE Hell in A Cell PPV Review

    Welcome to the Hell in a Cell PPV and my personal review. We had a pair of championship matches that took place last month at the Clash of Champions. We had Roman Reigns defending his Universal Championship against his cousin, Jey Uso. In the other championship rematch, Drew McIntyre put up the WWE title against Randy Orton. The SmackDown Women’s Championship was defended as Bayley battled her former best friend in Sasha Banks. Jeff Hardy battled the returning Elias after he came back to attack Hardy. In a battle for the Money in the Bank briefcase, Miz took on Otis. Let’s see how the Hell in a Cell PPV turned…

  • 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…

  • The Horror Show at Extreme Rules PPV Review
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    The Horror Show at Extreme Rules PPV Review

    Welcome to the Horror Show at Extreme Rules PPV. If you’re a wrestling fan, this is a great weekend for us all. Unfortunately, I’m not spending $50 for a PPV despite hearing great things about Slammiversary. We had Braun Strowman defending the Universal Championship against Bray Wyatt in a Swamp match. Drew McIntyre put up his WWE Championship against Dolph Ziggler. Bayley defended her SmackDown Women’s Championship against Nikki Cross. On Raw, Asuka put her Women’s title against Sasha Banks. The New Day defended their SmackDown tag titles against Cesaro & Shinsuke Nakamura. Apollo Crews was supposed to defend the new and improved United States title against MVP. It was…

  • WWE Goes For Goldberg In Saudi Again - But Why?
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    WWE Goes For Goldberg In Saudi Again – But Why?

      No matter who they’ve put on the card for their Saudi Arabia shows, WWE has struggled to generate excitement among wrestling fans outside the Arab state about them in the past. That’s largely because they’ve built up a lot of ill will with their fan base by giving the Saudi audience dream matches of the kind that have never been staged on American or European soil, and the general public has accused the company of accepting blood money to go there and appear in paid-for shows. They were put on blast by the world’s media for going ahead with their planned ‘Crown Jewel’ show in 2018 in the immediate…

  • Daddy’s Hangout 2020 Royal Rumble Review
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    Daddy’s Hangout 2020 Royal Rumble Review

    The Road to WrestleMania began with the 2020 Royal Rumble. The Royal Rumble is where the element of surprise is at an all-time high. Like other years, the 2020 Royal Rumble had its fair share of rumors coming into the event. Besides the men and women Rumble matches, we had a few other matches also. “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt defended his Universal title against Daniel Bryan in a Strap Match. Bayley put her Smackdown Women’s Championship on the line against Lacey Evans. Asuka tried to take away the Raw Women’s Championship from Becky Lynch. In a Falls Count Anywhere match, Roman Reigns took on King Corbin. A few weeks back,…

  • Early WWE Royal Rumble Predictions
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    Early WWE 2020 Royal Rumble Predictions

    It’s January, and for fans of professional wrestling, that means only one thing – it’s Royal Rumble month! For a lot of fans, the Rumble is a bigger event than WrestleMania. Historically it’s been a night full of thrills, spills, and excitement, and it allows us our first hint at what the WrestleMania card might look like when April arrives. In years gone by its already been obvious by this point what the major matches at WrestleMania are going to look like, but this time around we have literally no idea. Predicting the Royal Rumble winners is a bigger task than it used to be following on from the introduction…

  • WWE Starrcade Comes to Infinite Energy Arena This Sunday
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    WWE Starrcade Comes to Infinite Energy Arena This Sunday

    The WWE is coming off a very successful Survivor Series weekend. We all are gearing up for the Thanksgiving holiday and some Black Friday shopping. Afterwards, how about finishing up your weekend by checking out some live WWE action. On Sunday, December 1st the WWE have their Starrcade event at the Infinite Energy Arena at 6:30 pm. Being a lifelong wrestling fan, the name Starrcade brings back many memories. When you hear the name Starrcade you think about some of the most legendary performers. If you’re a fan and want your family to be part of a historic event, this is the one for you. About Starrcade Starrcade was a…

  • 6 Potential CM Punk WWE Feuds
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    Will Punk Return to WWE? If So, 6 Potential CM Punk WWE Feuds

        Rumors have been running rampant that CM Punk could be on his way back to the WWE. CM Punk confirmed that he tried out for the new WWE Backstage show of FS1. Afterwards, CM Punk has done countless interviews stating he’s willing to listen if the WWE made him an offer. Triple H also stated that the past is the past and they’re willing to do business with CM Punk again. A couple days ago, Renee Young hyped up the premier of the show for Tuesday night, November 5th. Young said that there will be a taped segment from John Cena, Samoa Joe would be there and possible…

  • NXT and AEW Dynamite Were Awesome on Wednesday Night
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    NXT and AEW Dynamite Were Awesome on Wednesday Night

    Who’s the winner of the new “Wednesday Night Wars”? Is it AEW Dynamite or NXT? The answer is the fans are the real winners. While checking out Twitter or various wrestling sites, people have already picked sides. For me, I’m a wrestling fan and have been for well over 35 years. I’ve witnessed Late Night with Boni Blackstone and Joe Pedicino where different territories were highlighted. Afterwards, we witnessed the Monday Night Wars between the WWE versus WCW. I’ll admit, growing up my heart was with the WCW/NWA/UWF. Either way, it didn’t matter which wrestling company was my favorite I would watch them all. Over the last few years, my…

  • 2018 Evolution PPV Review
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    Daddys Hangout 2018 Evolution PPV Review

    Welcome to the first ever all-Women PPV, Evolution. This was amazing moment to have this PPV because the ladies have put on some of the best matches in the WWE over the last few years. Some people online and even ex-WWE talent think this is a result of them doing the Crown Jewel PPV. Whether it’s true or not, let’s not take away from this moment. Was the PPV perfect? Of course not, but let’s remember this is the first of hopefully many. Evolution saw three championships defended. Ronda Rousey put up her Raw Women’s Championship Against Nikki Bella. In a Last Standing Match, Charlotte Flair challenged her former best…

  • Daddy’s Hangout 2018 SummerSlam Review
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    Daddy’s Hangout 2018 SummerSlam Review

    The WWE has made Brooklyn its home for the weekend until Tuesday. Saturday night was another NXTTakeover event. SummerSlam has finally arrived and there were a few matches that intrigued me. Brock Lesnar defended the Universal title Against Roman Reigns. A.J. Styles put his WWE Title on the line against Samoa Joe. Dolph Ziggler battled Seth Rollins for the Intercontinental Championship. Carmella put her SmackDown Women’s Title Against Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair. Ronda Rousey tried for her first title in the WWE as she battled Alexa Bliss. Let’s see how things turned out. We started things off with the Intercontinental Championship with Dolph Ziggler defending against Seth Rollins. As…

  • 2018 Extreme Rules PPV Review
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    Daddy’s Hangout 2018 Extreme Rules PPV Review

    The WWE had their monthly PPV take place last night. Extreme Rules featured a total of 12 matches, which two of them taking place on the Pre-Show. All championships were defended except for the Universal Title, which is held by Brock Lesnar. A.J. Styles defended the WWE Championship against Rusev. In a 30-minute Ironman Match, Dolph Ziggler put up the Intercontinental title against former champion, Seth Rollins. The Bludgeon Brothers defended the SmackDown Live titles against the newly reunited, Team Hell No. Alexa Bliss defended the Raw Women’s Championship against Nia Jax. Jeff Hardy put up the United States Championship against Shinsuke Nakamura. Carmella put up her SmackDown Women’s title…

  • WWE Roadblock: End of the Line
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    Daddy’s Hangout WWE Roadblock: End of the Line PPV Review

    Welcome to the Roadblock: End of the Line PPV, which is exclusive to Raw. This is the final PPV of 2016 with the hopes of ending the year on a high note. As you know, that means that the Royal Rumble is around the corner. With the Royal Rumble coming up, that means the beginning of the Road to WrestleMania. With Smackdown Live having a very successful TLC PPV, hopefully the Raw brand can match it or raise the bar a little higher. Coming into this PPV, I thought this was a throwaway to finish the year with a pair of matches I was looking forward to. With that being…

  • 2016 Survivor Series
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    Daddy’s Hangout 2016 Survivor Series PPV Review

    Welcome to the 30th anniversary of the Survivor Series PPV. This PPV has brought some memorable moments throughout the years and it’s one of WWE’s premier PPVs. We have seen the debut of the Undertaker, the infamous Montreal Screwjob, debut of Sting and the debut of the Shield. With WWE putting on an outstanding NXT special the previous night, they had to do something special for this show. The big headline coming into this match, of course was the return of GOLDBERG!!! He hasn’t been in a ring for 12 years with his last match was when he defeated Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania XX as they both were leaving. With…

  • NXTTakeover:Canada
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    Daddy’s Hangout NXTTakeover: Canada Review

    Welcome to another NXTTakeover special as this one took place in Toronto, Canada. I’ll be honest; I was looking forward to this special because of the entire card. We had Samoa Joe trying to regain his NXT title and become the first 2-time champ. On this card, we had the return of Mickie James to the WWE for the first time in over six year. The 2-out-of-3 falls match for the tag team championships was probably the match I was looking forward to the most. Of course, we had one of my favorite wrestlers in the Bobby Roode returning to Canada and the finals of the Dusty Rhodes Classic. With…

  • No Mercy
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    Daddy’s Hangout 2016 WWE No Mercy PPV Review

    Welcome to the 2nd Smackdown Live only PPV, which is No Mercy? After the success of their first PPV Backlash, can Smackdown Live repeat the performance of that PPV? The big matches coming into No Mercy has to be the triple threat match and the Ziggler/Miz match. Let’s see how things went with the No Mercy PPV!! News broke earlier in the day about the main event being the first match. In the opener, A.J. Styles defended his championship against John Cena and Dean Ambrose. For Styles, it’s been about the Face that runs the place. Dean Ambrose is on a quest to regain the title from Styles, who beat…