We Want Insanity
My Son Lucas
JG's 6/19/06 Raw Insanity: Vince Pumps Chickens
TGIF: The Greatest Professional Wrestling Match Of All Time
The ROHbot Report: State of the Art Reviews, ROH International Cup, And More
(32 Mins) Honor Nation: Banking On Revenge

TGIF: Samoan In Suplex City, Santino's In-Ring Return, and More

By James Bullock Jun 9, 2017 - 8:35 AM print

T.G.I.F. with James Bullock

It’s that time of the week again and I am not Matt Dawgs, but your “Resident ROHbot”, the voice of the “Honor Nation” podcast, bad girls wrangler, pro of “The Challenge”, and anime connoisseur James Bullock to give you all the news, pictures and videos to finish off your workweek. Lets do it to it!


- WWE held its “Extreme Rules” pay-per-view/special event this past Sunday that was a mixed bag of high quality. For everything good such as the Intercontinental, Tag Team and Cruiserweight title matches there were atrocities such as the Women's title bout that was quite possibly the worst Women's match going longer than three minutes in many years. Bayley looked like a complete chump & idiot in the end as she got beaten down viciously after attaining the stick before Alexa and spending what felt like an eternity preparing for the inevitable missed shot. Bayley is now the female equivalent of Zack Ryder in WWE. The show's overall saving grace was the main event – which is quite possibly the best five-way PPV match in WWE history. So many little things made the match great including Roman Reigns standing in his “yard” while everyone fought around him, Samoa Joe and Bray Wyatt's tense temporary alliance, and Seth Rollins and Finn Balor going all out with high impact attacks whenever they had a chance. In the end, Joe choked out Balor to earn the Universal title shot in a must-see match on a mostly forgettable show.

- If you didn't know before Monday you should know now that Samoa Joe is one of the best promo men in the business (something long-time fans of his have known for years, mind you). His interactions with Paul Heyman from the back & forth conversation, to Joe choking out “Brock Lesnar's Advocate”, to Joe responding the crowd in an obvious improvised moment was pure gold & money. I was hyped about Lesnar-Joe after the match was confirmed. The Joe promo Monday somehow upped my personal hype levels.

- The rest of “Raw” wasn't as memorable including the handling of Samoa Joe in the show's main event. Instead of playing off Rollins taking a beating the night before and allowing Joe to mostly run through him, they had to keep to the fifty-fifty booking that has hurt everyone WWE tries to push, but continuously fails with Joe winning only because a Wyatt video distraction took Rollins' eyes off the prize.

- Speaking of Bray – is there any WWE Superstar today who runs his mouth and fails to back it up as much as him? Comes out, speaks gibberish, and loses to Reigns – the story of Bray's life. Even The Miz has a better win-loss record in 2017 than the self-proclaimed “god”.

- While The Miz's title celebration wasn't anything extraordinary or different than almost any heel title celebration in the past, The Miz and Maryse's talents can't be denied.

- Alexa Bliss getting blamed for last week's terrible “This is Your Life” segment? Bull! Bliss vs. Nia Jax this week with a terrible finish? Bull! The current state of “Raw's” Women's division? Bull!

- I'm really digging the build to the inevitable explosion of The Golden Truth. Not every feud or rivalry doesn't need to end on PPV and this is a perfect TV-only storyline that should culminate in a highly promoted match during the top of the third hour in a few weeks.

- Who would've thought good ol' wooden delivery Big Cass would seem so natural as the man denying attacking his own friend? Add that to the fact the tables were turned against the worst speller (Cass again) ever to add some intrigue that might give us an unexpected twist.

- The story of the mysterious text between Kurt Angle and Corey Graves is solid programming that will only be memorable if it has a respectable payoff.

- This week’s edition of WWE Raw, featuring Extreme Rules fallout, averaged 2.994 million viewers. This week’s number is up from last week’s 2.613 million viewership average. Despite the higher number this week, Raw has now averaged less than 3 million viewers in six consecutive weeks.

- A solid, yet unremarkable episode of “Smackdown Live” this week featuring the “first time ever” meeting of Kevin Owens – who had a broken thumb – and Shinsuke Nakamura (Ring of Honor smartly put up the real first match between the two on their Youtube channel). The match was good, not great or given enough time to reach greatness. The finish was more shocking than anything as Nakamura pinned Owens clean even though Baron Corbin – who attacked Sami Zayn during the show – was doing commentary. To top it off, Corbin attacked Nakamura and laid him out after the match. Couldn't they have done that before the match was over to save Owens from taking a loss while leaving a question on the table whether or not Nakamura could beat Kevin for their eventual rematch?

- On the opposite end of the spectrum you have WWE champion Jinder Mahal being smartly protected. Not only did he beat Mojo Rawley in quick fashion, it also gave Mahal a win back while moving past his problems with Rawley the caused their previous match to happen.

- Lana made her return on “Smackdown”, and even though WWE tried to make her the laughing stock of a terrible segment where the women involved in the first-ever Money in the Bank match featuring ladies just talked over each other the fans were still supportive of Lana as it was announced she'd wrestle for the Smackdown Women's title at “Money in the Bank”.

- Remember when it appeared The Colons might get a push on “Smackdown”? It's definitely not a new era or new day for them.

- John Cena returns on the 4th of July – praise him!

- NXT was solid this week as well with an exceptional pair of segments outdoing pretty much anything from an in-ring perspective. First Bobby Roode interrupted Roderick Strong's promo about going after the NXT title in the most condescending way possible. Then you had Kassius Ohno stopping Hideo Itami from mauling Oney Lorcan to continue the slow build to their inevitable clash. What seems to be NXT's next two big programs has me greatly excited.

- Austin Aries recently appeared on Busted Open Radio and confirmed he has some nagging injuries at the moment; stating that he’ll be taking some time off to, “...try and get my mind and my body right.

- According to Pwinsider.com, following explicit and private material featuring current and former performers leaking onto the Internet over the past several months, WWE held talent meetings at this past week’s Raw and Smackdown tapings to try and prevent such things from happening again. These were mandatory meetings, and were described as a class on cyber security threats, with an expert from a cyber security firm brought in by the company to give a presentation to the roster.

- Jim Ross' thoughts on Lesnar vs. Joe: “I am personally looking forward to this match as much as any match I can recall this year and will tell you that it is an announcer’s dream to be privileged to call a bout like this. Yep, I’m fishing here.”

- According to Jerry Lawler, he set up the deal between Jerry Lee Lewis' attorney to settle the problem between Lewis' estate and WWE on the matter of them using Lewis' trademark “Great Balls of Fire”. Thanks a lot, “King”.

- According to The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, WWE wants to try and work more women onto the 205 Live show as a way to boost interest.

- According to PWInsider.com, WWE currently plans to release a preview episode of The Mae Young Classic on August 20th, with the first round of the tournament then being released via the video on demand section of WWE Network during the final week of August. Fans will be able to “binge watch” all the episodes of round one when it is released. The second round of the tournament will then be released during the first week of September. The finals of the tournament are now set to air live on WWE Network on September 12th. WWE is taping Smackdown Live in Las Vegas that night, so it’s possible the finals will air live from Vegas. All rounds of the 32-competitor tournament (with the exception of the finale) will tape on Thursday, July 13th and Friday, July 14th at Full Sail University.

- Since WWE is running two PPVs most months, and will be running the UK show and Mae Young Classic, there are no plans at this point for any special shows (like Beast in The East) for the WWE Network.

- Bret Hart fan Angie Garcia started an online petition through Change.org to have Hart’s likeness immortalized in the world famous Madame Tussauds Hollywood Wax Museum.

- During the most recent edition of “Conversations with The Big Guy”, host and former WWE star Ryback spoke out clarified his statement about not understanding WWE's aggressive approach at tapping into the Indian market by making Jinder Mahal WWE champion: “Apparently people have misquoted and taken comments made on CWTBG and spun them. For the record I love India and the culture. FM’s grow up.

- An interesting Hardy Boyz/Matt Fact: The Hardyz are the only team to win the WWE Tag Team title in three different decades having won them in 1999, 2007 and 2017.

- Raven recently spoke with ESPN.com, talking about Diamond Dallas Page giving him the reason he chose the “Raven” character and eventually what it became, regretting leaving WCW right before Vince Russo arrived because Russo is such a fan of his, and not wanting to be a cog in the WWE creative system that wouldn't allow his ideas to fully come into fruition.

- Ric Flair’s ESPN “30 for 30” special, which was scheduled to air earlier this year and then pushed back to September, is now scheduled for January 2018.

- According to a new study by Magna Global for SportsBusiness Journal, the median age of professional wrestling television viewers has nearly doubled. In 2000, the median age of the professional wrestling television viewer was 28-years-old, while the median age in 2016 was found to be 54-years-old. The study looked at live, regular-season game coverage of major sports across both broadcast and cable television in 2000, 2006 and 2016.

- Santino Marella, who retired after neck surgery, will reportedly come back to wrestle later this year for his own Battlarts promotion. He runs the promotion out of his gym in Mississauga, Ontario.

- My Bucket List Goal: Fight the New Day, Seth Rollins and The Usos … in.EA UFC 2.

WWE MONEY IN THE BANK PPV is on Sunday, June 18th, 2017 from St. Louis, Missouri and the line-up is as follows:

  • WWE WORLD TITLE: Jinder Mahal © vs. Randy Orton
  • SMACKDOWN TAG TEAM TITLE: The Usos (c) vs. The New Day
  • MONEY IN THE BANK LADDER MATCH: AJ Styles vs. Kevin Owens vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Baron Corbin vs. Sami Zayn
  • WOMEN'S MONEY IN THE BANK LADDER MATCH: Charlotte vs. Becky Lynch vs. Natalya vs. Carmella vs. Tamina
  • SMACKDOWN WOMEN'S TITLE: Naomi © vs. Lana


    - “Impact Wrestling” this week was largely forgettable when it shouldn't have been considering this was the first event from the India taping. They blew a Champion vs. Champions match with no build featuring Bobby Lashley and Moose. Even worse was the fact it wasn't even the main event, but a lethargic Global Force Wrestling title defense by Alberto El Patron against the former “Chris Masters”. The X-Division title match was probably the strongest match on the show, but had no real reason for happening since Caleb Konley hasn't won a match in Impact in quite some time (or even been featured on the program) while they build toward Ki vs. Sonjay Dutt. Not a great way to start the company's historic taping from India.

    - Jeff Jarrett on merging Global Force Wrestling and Impact: “Yes, it’s a part of the merger. As things come together, and the fans will see on television – like you just said, I launched Global Force Wrestling (GFW) in April 2014. The days, and months, and now the years, as they roll by, and as they become one (Impact Wrestling and GFW), I think it’s going to be an interesting situation for the fans, and something we’re all excited about. Which is a part of the re-branding.”

    - According to The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Impact taped TV in India last week, in a small TV studio that held 500 fans. Everyone in the crowd was paid 250 to 400 rupee (between $3.80 and $7.60) to attend. This is said to be a common practice in India for television shoots. Fans were instructed who to cheer and boo, and reportedly came off very well. Fans were told that the villains would come from the left side of the stage and the heroes from the right side. The fans doing the wave were also instructed to do so by the M.C. and not something the audience did spontaneously. Reports say that EC3 got great heel heat, and that both Mahabali Shera and Sonjay Dutt were over big with the crowd..

    - DJZ – who fractured his colon in April – announced he is scheduled to return to the ring this Saturday! Hopefully he's not coming back too soon.

    IMPACT WRESTLING'S SLAMMIVERSARY PPV is on Sunday, July 2nd, 2017 from Orlando, Florida and the line-up is as follows:

  • UNIFICATION OF IMPACT TITLE WITH GFW TITLE: Bobby Lashley © vs. Alberto El Patron ©
  • 2 OUT OF 3 FALLS X-DIVISION TITLE: Sonjay Dutt © vs. Low Ki
  • FULL METAL MAYHEM MATCH: Eddie Edwards & Alisha Edwards vs. Davey Richards & Angelina Love
  • STRAP MATCH: Ethan Carter III vs. “Cowboy” James Storm
  • Ring of Honor / Lucha Underground / Independent / International News and Notes:

    - Lucha Underground was another fun show this week thanks to two highly anticipated rematches sandwiching the show as Johnny Mundo successfully defended his Heavyweight title against The Mack (Willie Mack) to conclude their “All Night Long” match from last week (which was fantastic as well). Prince Puma embraced his dark side and defeated Mil Muertes thanks to the help of Vampiro. There was even some minor storyline advancement featuring Drago aligning with Kobra Moon to cost his partners the Trios title. LU is so fun to watch for this old “WMAC Masters” fan who always wanted a pro wrestling version of that cult '90s classic.

    - The Young Bucks vs. War Machine for the ROH World Tag Team title, Jay Lethal vs. Silas Young, and Frankie Kazarian vs. Hangman Page in a Strap match have been added to “Best in the World” in two weeks.

    - Kushida won this year's Best of Super Juniors tournament, defeating rival Will Ospreay in the final round in a match that needs to be seen by anyone who calls themselves a wrestling fan. With the win, Kushida will wrestle for the Junior Heavyweight Championship held by Himuro Takahashi at “Dominion”.

    - Katsuyori Shibata is now said to be in good spirits, but the overall picture hasn’t changed; he probably will never wrestle again, and there is talk of him staying with the company and working full-time as a coach for New Japan. Shibata collapsed after the NJPW SAKURA GENESIS event in April, where he faced Kazuchika Okada in a grueling 38-minute match; it was later revealed that he suffered a subdural hematoma. During that match, Shibata hit a shoot head-butt on Okada, causing the injury, which was said to be from a combination of the head-butt, dehydration and exhaustion.

    - Tomoaki Honma’s health is continuing to improve. He suffered a cervical vertebrae injury back in March during a multi-man tag team match, taking a Hangman’s DDT from Jado. Honma underwent surgery to repair some of the damage and has been doing physical rehab. Right now, he can lightly jog, but there are hand coordination issues that he still needs help with; he still needs assistance at things such as pouring water or brushing his teeth.

    - Santino Marella, who retired after neck surgery, will reportedly come back to wrestle later this year for his own Battlarts promotion. He runs the promotion out of his gym in Mississauga, Ontario.

    MMA News and Notes:

    - AND NEW…! This past Saturday night, Max Holloway did what only two men have done in the UFC: defeat Jose Aldo for the UFC Featherweight Championship. Holloway took on an Aldo in old form – a man patient and tactical. Holloway definitely lost the first two rounds, but started finding his groove during the second's closing moments. “Blessed” turned it up a notch and finished Aldo with some ground & pound after a 1-2 combo dropped the champ to become the Undisputed Featherweight champion. I'll be interesting to see who is next in line for a title shot especially considering Holloway's practical cleanup of the division before winning the title and Frankie Edgar having only one win since his last title shot ended in failure to Aldo.

    - Vitor Belfort slogged his way through a victory at “UFC 212”. Vitor, in what was supposed to be his final fight, said he'd like to fight five more times.

    - It was announced fighting legend Kazushi Sakuraba will be inducted in the UFC Hall of Fame. For those who don't know, Sakuraba is considered one of the greatest and a man who bridged the gap between the original generation of cage fighters and the men & women now considered mixed martial artists with immaculate fights including his ninety minute victory over Royce Gracie.

    - The biggest story to come out of the world of MMA outside of a cage has to be Demetrious Johnson speaking out about his recent problems with UFC management and Dana White. According to Johnson, the company is trying to strong-arm him into a fight with TJ Dillashaw, has failed to properly promote him & the Flyweight division, and is ignoring its most dedicated fighters. With fighters leaving for “greener pastures”, more people speaking out against UFC management, and Dana White being Dana White, the public perception of the UFC has looked a lot worse than it did this time last year before it was sold.

    - The second biggest MMA-related story outside of fighting goes to War Machine. On Monday War Machine was sentenced to 36 years to life in prison for the brutal 2014 assault of Christy Mack. Machine, born Jon Koppenhaver, will be 71 years old when he becomes eligible for parole. He was found guilty on 29 of 34 charges that included sexual assault, kidnapping and coercion, though the jury deadlocked on the most serious charges of attempted murder.

    - Apparently Chuck Liddel wants to come out of retirement and fight Tito Ortiz in the trilogy that never happened. As of right now, Tito is against the idea, but anything can change.

    - Boxing legend Butterbean on Mayweather vs. McGregor: “If McGregor were to go out and get some boxing matches, I don’t see … I mean, just personally I went through it myself when I went to fight in Vegas on a PRIDE show, and they wanted me and Mark Hunt to fight MMA, and I wasn’t qualified to fight a level of Mark Hunt in MMA,” “Butterbean” told MMAjunkie Radio. “I don’t see a commission in the U.S. approving it, because of McGregor’s lack of boxing matches. He just doesn’t have the experience. It’s going to be a boring fight. It’ll be a one-sided fight – put it that way.”

    UFC 213 is on Saturday, July 8th, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada and the line-up is as follows:

  • UFC WOMEN”S BANTAMWEIGHT TITLE: Amanda Nunes © vs. Valentina Shevchenko
  • UFC INTERIM MIDDLEWEIGHT TITLE: Yoel Romero vs. Robert Whitaker
  • Robbie Lawler vs. Donald Cerrone
  • Fabricio Werdum vs. Alistair Overeem
  • Anthony Pettis vs. Jim Miller
  • Alex Oliveira vs. Tim Means
  • UFC 214 is on Saturday, July 29th, 2017 in Anaheim, California and the line-up is as follows:

  • UFC LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE: Daniel Cormier © vs. Jon Jones
  • Jim Manuwa vs. Volkan Oezdemir
  • Renan Barao vs. Aljamain Sterling
  • Sage Northcutt vs. Claudio Puelles
  • Cris “Cyborg” Justino vs. TBD
  • b>Random Thoughts, Links, Pics, ETC.

    - Random VIDEO of the week: “First Kill” Trailer

    - BONUS Random VIDEO of the week: Honest Trailers: Cars & Cars 2.

    - BONUS Random VIDEO of the week PART 2: Honest Game Trailer: Friday the 13th

    - BONUS Random VIDEO of the week PART 3: Another “Spider Man: Homecoming” trailer

    - THIS LINK is for LIFE. Thank you soldiers. WELCOME HOME BLOG

    - BONUS Random ARTICLE of the week: Really, these kids need clean versions of “Goosebumps” and the original “Ghostbusters” movies?

    - BONUS Random ARTICLE of the week PART 1: This should be making a lot more news.

    - BONUS Random ARTICLE of the week PART 2: The alternate ending to “Juice” twenty-five years later.

    - BONUS Random ARTICLE of the week PART 3: What a disappointing end to a voice that shaped a generation.

    - BONUS Random ARTICLE of the week PART 4: The dark origins of the seat belt.

    - BONUS Random ARTICLE of the week PART 5: Drugs are bad, mkay.

    - In not-so-surprising news, FOX has canceled “24 Legacy” after one season. “24 Legacy” got off to a great start, airing after the Super Bowl with a 6.1 rating in the 18 – 49 demographic. Once it moved to its regular Monday 8 PM lineup the next day, initial curiosity had waned and it dropped down to a merely okay 1.48. By the end of the season the show had a 1.4 demo average with the Super Bowl airing factored in and a 0.97 demo average in its regular time slot, putting it on the bubble for renewal. The outlet reports that FOX and 20th Century Fox TV are, however, still looking at a future for the franchise. Among the possible options is an anthology centering on the real-time format.

    - “The Leftovers” series concluded Sunday with a pretty good finale. I liked a lot of little things about the finale and not he obvious attempts at profound imagery that came across as a ripoff of “The Departed” ending. In the end, season three was the second strongest of the three for me; just coming up short in reaching the greatness of season two.

    - As excited I was to see how “The Leftovers” play out is how disinterested I've been for the new season of “Fargo” - which, this time last year, would've sounded like blasphemy coming from me. “American Gods”, on the other hand, has me hooked.

    - Cinemax has picked up a new drama inspired by an idea from Bruce Lee. The network announced today that it has ordered the crime drama Warrior for a ten-episode season that begins production this fall. The crime drama is set during the Tong Wars of San Francisco’s Chinatown in the second half of the 19th century and follows a martial arts prodigy named Ah Sahm who immigrates from China to San Francisco under mysterious circumstances, and becomes a hatchet man for one of Chinatown’s most powerful Chinese organized crime family.

    - Megan Ellison’s nascent Annapurna Pictures distribution operation has set MGM’s “Death Wish” reboot, starring Bruce Willis, for a Nov. 22 launch. Annapurna Pictures, which is launching Aug. 4 with Kathryn Bigelow’s historical drama “Detroit,” is already partnered with MGM on its international releases. “Hostel” director Eli Roth helmed the “Death Wish” remake and former MGM co-chairman Roger Birnbaum is producing.

    ~James Bullock

    blog comments powered by Disqus

    JG col

    My Son Lucas
    JG's Facebook Insanity: Let's Infuriate Your Friends
    (33 Minutes) James Guttman's Free 2009 Interview With Mr. Fuji
    JG's 10/19/15 Raw Insanity: Hell of a Sell
    JG's 10/5/15 Raw Insanity: Flashing The Brock Signal
    JG's Insanity: The 12th Annual WWE Memorial Day Barbecue
    JG's Insanity: The 11th Annual WWE Memorial Day Barbecue
    JG's Ten Facebook Posts To Annoy Your Friends
    JG's Ten Beloved TV Characters Who Were Obvious Psychopaths
    JG's 10 More Fun Ways To Infuriate People Online
    JG's Ten Insider Wrestling Terms You Shouldn't Use When Talking About Something Besides Wrestling
    JG's Insanity: The 10th Annual WWE Memorial Day Barbecue
    JG's Ten Demented Ways We Misused Our Toys
    JG's 15 Fun Ways To Infuriate People Online
    JG's Ten Sesame Street Muppets That Are Missing And Presumed Dead
    JG's Scene From WWE Raw (After Vince McMahon Goes Senile)
    JG's Ten Signs You Were A Wrestling Fan Of The 1980s
    JG's Insanity: Stone Cold's Greatest Moments (Without Stone Cold)
    JG's Ten Wrestling Moves That Really Hurt When You Try Them At Home
    JG's Insanity: Everybody Is Tito Santana
    JG's Ten Reasons Why WWF LJN Figures Were The Greatest Toys Ever
    JG's Ten Judges Who Would Make American Idol Worth Watching
    JG's 2012 in Pictures (As Hulk Hogan Will Remember It)
    JG's Quintuple Bypass Surgery Insanity
    JG's Five Episodes of Diff'rent Strokes That Scarred Me For Life
    JG's Ten Facebook Posts That Are Slowly Driving Me Crazy
    JG's Ten Truly Terrible Reality Competition Shows
    JG's Ten 1980s TV Characters Who Taught Me To Hate
    JG's Ten Wrestling Characters Who Went Through Massive Personality Changes
    JG's Ten Old School Wrestlers Who Would Terrorize Today's PG WWE

    The ROHbot Report: State of the Art Reviews, ROH International Cup, And More
    The Challenge: Champs vs. Stars 3 - Episode 9
    TGIF: The Greatest Professional Wrestling Match Of All Time
    The ROHbot Report: San Antonio/Dallas Previews, Bullies Dominate, and More
    The Challenge: Champs vs. Stars 3 - Episode 8
    TGIF: CM Punk Gets One More WWE Victory, Constable Corbin, and More
    The ROHbot Report: Austin Aries Goes For The Gold, NY TV Results, And More
    Solo: A Star Wars Story Review
    TGIF: You Can't Teach Rap, NBC's World Wrestling Embarrassed, and More
    The Challenge: Champs vs. Stars 3 - Episode 7
    The ROHbot Report: UK Tour Reviews, TV Recap, And More
    The Challenge: Champs vs. Stars - Episode 6
    TGIF:The Lashley Girls Kill RAW, Merging Impact, and More
    The ROHbot Report: Honor United Previews, ROH TV Episode 348, And More
    The Challenge: Champs vs. Stars 3 - Episode 5
    TGIF: Nia Gets Rowdy, All In All Sold Out, and More
    The Challenge: Champs vs. Stars 3 - Episode 4
    The ROHbot Report: War of the Worlds Reviews, Chicago TV Taping Preview, And More
    TGIF: Pop Goes The Charlotte, Johnny Survivor, and More
    The ROHbot Report: War of the Worlds, Bound By Honor: Lakeland, And More
    TGIF: Hornswoggle Won The Rumble, Los Ingobernables de Jericho, and More
    The Challenge: Champs vs. Stars 3 - Episode 3
    The Review - Avengers: Infinity War
    The ROHbot Report: War of the Worlds Main Events Announced and More
    TGIF: Roman Reigns Has The Worst Royal Rumble and More
    The Challenge: Champs vs. Stars 3 - Episode 2
    The Challenge: Champs vs. Stars 3 - Episode 1
    The ROHbot Report: Pittsburgh TV, Masters of the Craft Review, And More
    The Challenge: Vendettas - Reunion (Part 2)
    TGIF: Miz vs. Bryan Finally, Nikki Not Seeing Cena, and More

  • -

    The ROHbot Report: State of the Art Reviews, ROH International Cup, And More
    Jun 19, 2018
    The Challenge: Champs vs. Stars 3 - Episode 9
    Jun 18, 2018
    The ROHbot Report: San Antonio/Dallas Previews, Bullies Dominate, and More
    Jun 12, 2018
    The Challenge: Champs vs. Stars 3 - Episode 8
    Jun 10, 2018
    The ROHbot Report: Austin Aries Goes For The Gold, NY TV Results, And More
    Jun 5, 2018
    The Challenge: Champs vs. Stars 3 - Episode 7
    Jun 1, 2018
    The ROHbot Report: UK Tour Reviews, TV Recap, And More
    May 29, 2018
    The Challenge: Champs vs. Stars - Episode 6
    May 25, 2018
    The ROHbot Report: Honor United Previews, ROH TV Episode 348, And More
    May 22, 2018
    The Challenge: Champs vs. Stars 3 - Episode 5
    May 19, 2018
    The Challenge: Champs vs. Stars 3 - Episode 4
    May 14, 2018
    The ROHbot Report: War of the Worlds Reviews, Chicago TV Taping Preview, And More
    May 13, 2018
    The ROHbot Report: War of the Worlds, Bound By Honor: Lakeland, And More
    May 5, 2018
    TGIF: Hornswoggle Won The Rumble, Los Ingobernables de Jericho, and More
    May 4, 2018
    The Challenge: Champs vs. Stars 3 - Episode 3
    May 4, 2018
    The ROHbot Report: War of the Worlds Main Events Announced and More
    Apr 29, 2018
    The Challenge: Champs vs. Stars 3 - Episode 2
    Apr 27, 2018
    The Challenge: Champs vs. Stars 3 - Episode 1
    Apr 24, 2018
    The ROHbot Report: Pittsburgh TV, Masters of the Craft Review, And More
    Apr 23, 2018
    The Challenge: Vendettas - Reunion (Part 2)
    Apr 20, 2018

    Even More From This Category >>
    ClubWWI.com Contact Us Forums
    All content contained here Copyright - We Want Insanity Dot Com