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  1.                         AEW, or All Elite Wrestling seems to be a hot topic these days. Fans seem to be very excited, and wrestlers (even from WWE) seem to be very interested in going there. While it is unclear whether the promotion will take off, I for one hope it does because we need more mainstream alternatives to WWE. It will give underutilized and struggling mainstream wrestlers a fresh new chance to prove themselves without having to wait backstage in their current promotion for it. It will also give independent wrestlers an alternative to WWE where they can aspire to go without waiting for WWE to call them. So which WWE superstars (including NXT), Impact knockouts and independent wrestlers would you like to see in AEW? 
  2. Maria Kanellis hinting a RR appearance

    Here for it. She had some cute spots at the Evolution battle royal, so I'm sure she'll also deliver at Royal Rumble. Hope she gets to use legs like that.
  3. Ronda Rousey To Leave WWE After WrestleMania 35

    If true, then good riddance. Also, imo, Sasha should be the one to beat Ronda instead of Becky or Charlotte.
  4. Talented and humble queens I wish they would return for this year's royal rumble. It would be nice to see Victoria wrestle one last time in WWE before she retires. Molly should get more screen time in her 2nd rumble appearance.
  5. Vickie Guerrero Shows Her Ass

    Same Anyways, she is trash
  6. Dean Ambrose: Huge Disappointment?

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but is this the first ever male related discussion topic?
  7. Should have been CHAMP!!

    He was wrong.
  8. Guilty Pleasures in Wrestling

                                                                                             Natalya in Total Divas. Her feud with Summer was hilarious 
  9. Guilty Pleasures in Wrestling

  10. Wrestling's Sexiest Men | NSFW

    Anthony Bowens
  11. Wrestling's Sexiest Men | NSFW

    Just wanted to say that I'm sorry for posting pics of men with their kids. It was wrong and I won't do it again.
  12. Not Moderated: Extreme Rules

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  14.                                                                                         Tamina has been around for nearly a decade and hasn't improved as a wrestler, or evolved much as a character. Other than that 2012-2013 singles push (which was her peak, in my opinion), she has always been paired with someone who is either relative, or someone needing a bodyguard. She is always the side character but never the main character. Age and injuries are also catching up with her and she quickly gets exhausted in matches which are more than five minutes. With no singles title push happening in the future, and with newer and more talented girls being called up to an increasingly physically competitive division, is it time for Tamina to hang up her boots?
  15. Wrestling's Sexiest Men | NSFW

    Daddy Brian Cage  
  16. Wrestling's Sexiest Men | NSFW

    NSFW I found this video of former NXT wrestler Thomas Kingdon on Pornhub. I checked his instagram and it is indeed him. Thomas during his NXT days:  
  17. Wrestling's Sexiest Men | NSFW

    Alex Chamberlain  
  18. Not Moderated: Extreme Rules

    Drag them
  19.                         The debate on whether the term “Diva” is hurtful to women wrestlers still cycles from time-to-time in the WWE universe. Diva Dirt’s Kristen Ashly got to speak to Maria Kanellis, who gave her thoughts on the term, and how she refuses to trade “Divas” for “Women”. Kanellis has worked for Ring of Honor, Chikara, New Japan Pro Wrestling, and Impact, but her real home is with WWE. Kanellis signed with the contract after placing fifth in 2004’s Diva Search, and was highly noted after giving Carmella DeCesare, another participant, the finger. Kanellis would be assigned to Ohio Valley Wrestling, WWE’s developmental territory, before taking her place on the main rosters. While at Raw and SmackDown, Kanellis lost a filling when she was slapped by Trish Stratus, and participated in a lot of memorable matches, including several Diva Battle Royals. Kanellis remembered her time in the Divas Division fondly, but recognized that a change was coming, and was needed and wanted. “I am a fan of the Divas Championship. I will not pull punches because of that. Real change happened during the Divas Era. Because that’s when the early fights happened. That’s when you, as fans asked for change. Now the Women’s Wrestler Era is solidifying that change. I just hope along the way we can be more that women’s wrestlers. We can be just talent.” Though most of her time was spent as a heel manager to her now husband Mike Bennett, there were times when it was clear Kanellis was being used to promote a fantasy. The wrestling veteran talked about how sex appeal and talent can go hand-in-hand. “And the flip to that is I also want to be pretty, sexy, and a fantasy to another demographic. I want to entertain in that way. It should not be all or nothing. I do not want to trade “Diva’s” for “Women’s”. I want it all. That’s the next fight. But really, its already changing, so keep fighting. The hardest thing I’ve ever done in this business is ask the question of equality. To fight for it. Because you have to believe you are talented enough for it.” Kanellis would add that generations of women in wrestling have fought, and are fighting, everyday for the equality and opportunities they deserve. “My generation was, that is why we asked. The generations before were incredibly talented, too. That was a different time and they had even harder fights. The generations before asked for other things, like just getting on the posters. Seeing their names in lights. It’s a long fight. It takes every generation. And it takes, YOU, the fans.” Kanellis, herself, took part in the Battle Royal at the very first all-women’s pay-per-view WWE Evolution, after returning to 205 Live to manage her husband, once again. Finally, Kanellis commented on the wrestling fans who consider “Diva” still a dirty word in women’s wrestling. “Just know that there are people that barely remember the Divas, except for it being a bad word. It’s not their fault. It’s just timing.”  Here's the link: http://www.diva-dirt.com/maria-kanellis-diva-women/                                                                                                                          Thoughts?