Wrestling Uncensored EP. 119 now online

Wrestling Uncensored Episode 119. Original air date: January 19, 2013. Hosted by Dave Simon and Johnny North.

Simon and North discussed The Rock’s appearance on Raw including his backstage promo with Mick Foley, The Rock Concert and his brawl to close the show with CM Punk.

Simon and North talked about Kaitlyn becoming the new WWE Divas champion, Eve Torres leaving the WWE and the future of the Divas division.

Simon and North discussed John Cena defeating Dolph Ziggler in a steel-cage match, Wade Barrett getting a win over Randy Orton and Antonio Cesaro’s victory over Kofi Kingston on Smackdown.

All this and lots more pro wrestling on this 1-hour episode.

Wrestling Uncensored EP. 78 now online

Wrestling Uncensored Episode 78. Original air date: April 6, 2012. Hosted by Dave Simon and Jeremy Prophet.

Simon and Prophet reviewed Wrestlemania 28 on this episode including Sheamus beating Daniel Bryan in 18 seconds, Triple H and The Undertaker in a classic Hell in a Cell match and The Rock’s win over John Cena.

Simon and Prophet also discussed all the action from Raw and Smackdown including the return of Brock Lesnar and the debut of Lord Tensai.

All this and more on this 1-hour episode of Wrestling Uncensored.

Wrestling Uncensored EP. 77: Live Wrestlemania preview now online

Wrestling Uncensored Episode 77. Original air date: April 1, 2012. Hosted by Dave Simon and Jeremy Prophet.

Simon and Prophet previewed WWE’s Wrestlemania 28 pay-per-view and took calls from around the world.

Simon and Prophet broke down John Cena v. The Rock including a dissection of their final promo on Raw before their Wrestlemania match.

Stefano Mocella checked in from Miami, Florida to discuss his experience at the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony and WWE Fan Axxess.

Simon and Prophet discussed Brock Lesnar’s potential return to the WWE, a match with The Undertaker and much more pro wrestling on this 2.5 hour special live episode of Wrestling Uncensored.

WWE Road to Wrestlemania tour hits Montreal on March 16

The WWE returns to Montreal with the Road to Wrestlemania 28 tour on Friday March 16 at the Bell Centre.

John Cena will face Kane in a Last Man Standing Match while CM Punk will defend the WWE title against Dolph Ziggler.

Canadian Superstar Chris Jericho will take on Kofi Kingston and Daniel Bryan will defend the World Heavyweight Championship in a Triple Threat match against Big Show and Randy Orton.

Tickets are available at www.evenko.ca and at the Bell Centre box office.

WWE: Road to Wrestlemania tour

Friday March 16, 2012

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Bell Centre

CM Punk vs. Dolph Ziggler

– WWE Championship Match –

John Cena vs. Kane

– Last Man Standing Match –

Randy Orton vs. Daniel Bryan vs. The Big Show

– Triple Threat Match for the World Heavyweight Championship –

Chris Jericho vs. Kofi Kingston

Plus All your Favorite WWE SUPERSTARS Including:

The Miz

R Truth

Zack Ryder

Jack Swagger

Santino Marella

Kelly Kelly


and many more!

*Card is subject to change*

Wrestling Uncensored EP. 64 now online

Wrestling Uncensored Episode 64. Original air date: January 1, 2012. Hosted by Dave Simon and Jeremy Prophet.

Simon and Prophet discuss Randy Orton’s injury, how long he may be out of action and the rumours of the WWE trying to cover-up a wellness policy violation.

Simon and Prophet also discussed Lou Thesz not being in the WWE Hall of Fame, R-Truth’s return to the WWE and the pairing of Zack Ryder and Eve Torres.

All this and much more pro wrestling on this 1-hour episode of Wrestling Uncensored.

WWE: SummerSlam 2011 DVD review

CM Punk’s return to WWE was triumphant against John Cena as he became the Undisputed WWE Champion, but Alberto Del Rio took the title when he cashed in his Money in the Bank briefcase at Summerslam 2011.

The rematch to the most anticipated match of the year, Cena VS. Punk, was to finally put to rest who was the better man. HHH, who had taken over control of WWE from Vince McMahon, inserted himself into the match by becoming the special guest referee. Appearances by HHH’s wife Stephanie McMahon during the event made the show even more exciting. Punk said some unflattering remarks towards the McMahons and continue to do so at the pay-per-view.

Another return to the WWE saw Edge confront Christian right before Christian defended the World Heavyweight Championship against The Viper Randy Orton. Christian wanted Edge as his insurance policy in retainining his championship. However, Edge told Christian that he was disappointed in his whining and that he would not help Christian at all in his match. Fans of WWE hardcore or extreme rules matches will love the amount of weapons and violence in the bout. With the war both men have gone through the last several months, the end featured a shocking ending.

Two of the largest athletes in the WWE, Sheamus and Mark Henry battled. Henry had been taking out other large athletes like Big Show and Kane. Henry attempted to do the same to Sheamus, but Sheamus refused to go down. Henry ended up slamming Sheamus through the protective barricade and setted for a count out victory. Rey Mysterio made his last appearance on PPV at SummerSlam coming out dominate and victorious in a six-man tag team match teaming with John Morrison and Kofi Kingston against The Miz, R-Truth, and Del Rio.

The most surprising encounter saw Daniel Bryan against Wade Barrett. A very strong stiff back and forth fight between the two. Bryan drilled Barrett with several kicks to the head and directly to Barrett’s face. Barrett used his power and size to get the advantage against Bryan and eventually got the win. These two are rarely shown on PPV, but showed the world that they deserve a regular spot on the big shows.

WWE: SummerSlam 2011

Rated PG

Distributed by e One

Run time of 180 minutes

Released on Sep. 13, 2011

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WWE: Elimination Chamber 2011 DVD review

The Rock made his triumphant return to World Wrestling Entertainment home video delivering a war of words against John Cena in the special features on the WWE: Elimination Chamber 2011 DVD.

A week before the last pay-per-view prior to WrestleMania, The Rock appeared on RAW to announce that he was going to guest host the biggest WWE event of the year. The Rock did not waste time stating his dislike for Cena dissing him while he was away from WWE. The Rock delivered classic and new material against Cena, who responded the following week on RAW with a freestyle rap against The Rock. WrestleMania is now a lot more intriguing thanks to this new storyline twist.

Canada’s own Trish Stratus also made her return to WWE, but it was at the Elimination Chamber event as she revealed her role on the new season of WWE’s Tough Enough show. Stratus did a hybrid of Booker T’s and The Rock’s catchphrases and delivered some Stratusfaction by saving Kelly Kelly from a beatdown from LayCool later on in the show.

Elimination Chamber starts off with a solid encounter between the no.1 contender for the World Heavyweight Championship, Alberto Del Rio, against the Intercontinental Champion Kofi Kingston in a non-title match. Del Rio showed an aggressive streak throughout the match that Kingston had difficulty keep up with at the start. However, once Kingston got an opening he seized it and unloaded his typical offence against Del Rio. Del Rio though delivered a stunning neckbreaker with Kingston caught in the top rope and finished off Kingston soon afterwards.

The first Elimination Chamber of the night saw Edge defend his World Heavyweight Championship against Rey Mysterio, Big Show, Kane, Drew McIntyre and Wade Barrett. Despite Edge having to start the match he was able to outlast all five other competitors to move on to the WrestleMania showdown with Del Rio. Edge started off battling Mysterio until the big men got involved and started throwing the superstars into the glass pods. Carnage reigned supreme until Mysterio and Edge teamed up to take out the giants. Mysterio jumping off the top of the cage and the abuse Barrett took going through multiple pods was merely the start of the chaos to come.

While Barrett had a rough night, his teammates from The Corre had a better time against the WWE Tag Team Champions Santino and Kozlov. Capturing their second tag team titles, Justin Gabriel and Heath Slater continued their rise to fame in sports entertainment. The Miz also believed he continued his rise with a victory over WWE Hall-of-Famer Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler. When Alex Riley was ejected to the backstage Lawler got a fair fight, but it was not enough to beat Miz. Miz now believes he lived up to the claim of the greatest of all the world champions.

The main event saw John Cena, CM Punk, John Morrison, R-Truth, Sheamus and Randy Orton battle for the last chance for a WWE Championship match at WrestleMania. Sheamus and Morrison stood out the most in this match, putting their bodies on the line countless times. This allowed for Orton to come in and dominate until Punk came in. When it came down to Cena and Punk, Punk was badly beaten with blood coming down his leg and some bruising on his back following an Attitude Adjustment on the steel floor.

WWE is clearly picking up momentum as WrestleMania draws near. The return of ‘Attitude Era’ stars has been a great mix to the current batch of WWE superstars. The Rock and Cena confrontation is one that fans have been waiting for a while now. The Elimination Chambers delivered the price of admission, and if you missed it live, well worth the price of the DVD.

WWE: Elimination Chamber 2011

Entertainment One

Rated PG

Released today Mar. 22, 2011


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WWE Elimination Chamber 2011 card

Alberto Del Rio VS. Kofi Kingston

Edge Vs Kane Vs Rey Mysterio Vs Big Show Vs Wade Barrett Vs Drew McIntyre – World Heavyweight Championship Elimination Chamber

Santino & Kozlov VS. The Corre – WWE Tag Team Championships

The Miz VS. Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler – WWE Championship

Sheamus Vs John Cena Vs CM Punk Vs John Morrison VS. R-Truth VS. Randy Orton – No.1 contender match for WWE Championship at WrestleMania