John Cena's Peacemaker Penis & Enzo Amore On The Moon: Ten Things You May Have Missed In Wrestling This Week
Juicier than a CM Punk to AEW rumour!
Ladies and gentlemen, wrestling is BACK.
The crowds are back. John Cena is back. Goldberg is back. Surprises are back. And CM Punk and Daniel Bryan might be coming back - to the competition, no less.
It's a very exciting time to be a fan, as all companies seem to be doing whatever they can to gain and keep momentum.
Also, is it just me, or are AEW starting to really gain some ground recently? The ratings are strong, the tickets are selling and they could have two potential game-changers debuting within a matter of months.
Interesting days ahead, for sure.
Also, congratulations to Nikki A.S.H. on becoming WWE Women's Champion!
In a previous life (about ten years ago), I worked on a few independent shows with her and and I remember thinking, even back then, that she would go to WWE, reinvent herself with a completely new and different gimmick and cash-in the Money in the Bank briefcase on Ric Flair's daughter to win the belt.
Alright, maybe I didn't think those exact thoughts, but she was lovely and talented and it's always nice to see the genuine good guys succeed, isn't it?
Anyway, with all the major developments of the past seven days, there are bound to be a few things that slipped by. Time to catch up on some nonsense...
10. Big E's Top Five Meaty Men Slapping Meat
Current men's Money in the Bank briefcase holder Big E is famous for a lot of things, chief among them his love of watching big meaty men slapping meat.
On a recent edition of the Getting Over podcast, E gave his top five in the illustrious meaty men category, citing Goldberg chief among them along along with:
"Vader. He was my guy. He's definitely up there. Arguably the greatest big man to ever walk in this industry.
I loved Ron Simmons as a kid. He was a Heisman finalist as a nose tackle. It's ridiculous. Ron Simmons is on there.
Scott Steiner. Big Scott Steiner fan. I did my best to replicate the Steiner math promo (in a Cameo). His is untouchable. I tried.
Big Show doesn't get enough credit. I was convinced he was Andre's son when watching WCW. See young Big Show (The Giant), the missile dropkicks and the way he moved, doing kip ups. He doesn't get enough credit for being one of the greatest big men of all time. In that top tier. If you said he was the greatest big man of all time, I would have no problem with that, just seeing the stuff he's done. I remember him and Christian had incredible house show matches. He can do the comedy stuff and the monster stuff".
WCW really was 'where the big boys play', wasn't it?