Wrestle Wednesdays 4

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Wrestle Wednesdays 4


Kurt Angle’s REAL Career

Angle’s been in TNA Wrestling for almost a decade while his WWE career is only 8 years long.

At one point he held every active TNA belt (even the TAG belts BY HIMSELF) as well as the IWGP Heavyweight Championship. At the same time.

Last night was his final match for the company.

He also dropped the aforementioned tag titles to a familiar face, Ron Killings, or more recently known as,

R-Truth and NFL cornerback, Adam “Pacman”┬áJones


AJ Styles actually wrestled in the (FKA) WWF on a couple occasions in early 2002 before making his legacy around the independents.

More recently, in 2014 he won the IWGP Heavyweight Championship on his first match under a NJPW contract.

In only 2 years, he became one of the hottest commodities and WWE had to have him.

Wow. Phenomenal.

Smoke and Mirrors

Undertaker has been working for the WWE since 1990, making him the longest in-ring performer on the current roster.

In recent years he is known for “The Streak” and the amazing matches that come out of it
before The Streak was held in such high regard, his earlier WrestleMania matches were a little less than stellar…

and the movie magic of editing where this

becomes this



The Generic Luchadore, El Generico was one of the most versatile indie wrestlers.
He was a great technical wrestler as well as luchadore.

One of his greatest feuds was with former partner, Kevin Steen.

This rivalry has spanned across different promotions-IWS, PWG, ROH-as the two constantly team up and then fight each other.

The rivalry truly began and ended in ROH.
In 2009, Steen turned on Generico and in 2012 they would have their final battle with each other. What a match that was.

After that match they would team up one last time in early 2013 before El Generico quit the business to return to Tijuana to help out out the orphans.

Steen has since signed with WWE and renamed himself, Kevin Owens after his son, Owen.
A wrestler with a similar style as Generico has emerged in the WWE and is currently feuding with Owens.

The New Face of Family

Good ol’ Bray Wyatt; scary mean man from the bayous of… Florida, is actually a third generation wrestler. He along with his brother Bo Dallas are the son of 80s wrestler, Irwin R. Schyster, better known as I.R.S. I.R.S himself is the son of Blackjack Mulligan.

Now, imagine if Bo Dallas was a member of the Wyatt Family or Bray Wyatt as Husky Harris tagged with his brother.

Pretty much that.

Until Next Time

Come back again next week when I drink a Coke.


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