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Top 5 WWE Superstars of the year

The year 2018 is set to come to an end in a few days' time and WWE will be entering into 2019 hoping that the promotion gets more ratings compared to 2018. On several occasions, WWE had below-par TV ratings in 2018 as a result of poor booking. While there were Superstars who hardly got what they deserved, which didn't go well with the fans, there were a few wrestlers who got it all in 2019. Only a very few of them managed

5 Superstars who deserve to win the WWE US…

Over the years, the United States title has added a lot of value and has made various Superstars relevant. But, ever since Shinsuke Nakamura beat Jeff Hardy at WWE Extreme Rules to win the US title, he hardly defended the title as he has put the belt on the line only twice, the rematch against Hardy at WWE SummerSlam and against Rusev on SmackDown Live. With Nakamura hardly getting TV time, it is very evident that he is not adding any vale being

WWE Superstar Charlotte Flair fined 100,000 USD on SmackDown…

Following her actions at the WWE Survivor Series PPV, Charlotte Flair has been fined 100,000 USD by SmackDown Live General Manager Paige on last night's show. During her match on Sunday, Charlotte attack as many as five WWE referees who tried to calm her down as she was assaulting Ronda Rousey. Charlotte, who was supposed to captain Team SmackDown in the PPV, was drafted in as the last-minute replacement for SmackDown Live Women's Champion Becky Lynch to face Raw Women's Champion Ronda

The Major Problems with Monster Heels Today

Many of you must be aware that Professional Wrestling is scripted. It consists of story-telling. In a story, there are heroes, and there are villains. Villains are referred to as "Heels" in Professional Wrestling. Throughout WWE's history, there have been a number of incredible heels such as Triple H, Edge, Roddy Piper etc. Heels are what makes a feud or story-line interesting. After all, what good is a hero without a villain who pushes him to his limits? However, heels of today have

Top Superstar Set to Return to Raw Next Week

Next week's edition of Monday Night Raw will be the final one before Survivor Series. In case you are unfamiliar with Survivor Series, it's one of the Big 4 Pay-per-views, along with Royal Rumble, Wrestlemania and Summerslam. Since 2016, Survivor Series has been featuring Raw and Smackdown Live Superstars battling each other for Brand Supremacy. Apart from the Traditional Survivor Series multi-man elimination tag team matches, the event has also been featuring Champions from one brand facing their counterparts from the other. For