1. WWE Night of Champions 2012: Power Ranking Its Past PPV Events

    Including the Vengeance: Night of Champions PPV in 2007, this year's event will be the sixth of its kind in WWE history. While the concept of the show is great, often times it falls short due to a lack of buildup with numerous title matches...

    Rob Manisero Written by Rob Manisero about almost 2 years ago 3,217 reads 8 comments

  2. Chris Jericho's 10 Best Matches of WWE Career

    Just yesterday, it seemed everyone was speculating about the person (or people) behind the mystery promos being played week after week...

    Rob Manisero Written by Rob Manisero about almost 2 years ago 22,831 reads 64 comments

  3. Ichiro Should Bat Leadoff to Boost the Struggling New York Yankees

    The calendar will turn to September this weekend, and the New York Yankees will be playing an important series for the division lead...

    Rob Manisero Written by Rob Manisero about almost 2 years ago 1,810 reads 6 comments

  4. WWE SummerSlam: Who Should Challenge Sheamus for the World Heavyweight Title?

    While the WWE Championship is heading directly towards another feud between CM Punk and John Cena, the scene on the World Heavyweight Title side of things isn't as clear-cut...

    Rob Manisero Written by Rob Manisero about 2 years ago 13,774 reads 96 comments

  5. WWE Money in the Bank 2012: Making the Case for John Cena vs. CM Punk III

    It's hard to believe that the groundbreaking promo of CM Punk took place almost a year ago. June 27 was the date, and after John Cena lost a tables match thanks to a distraction ...

    Rob Manisero Written by Rob Manisero about 2 years ago 6,794 reads 56 comments

  6. WWE No Way Out: The 10 Greatest Matches in the PPV's History

    After a two-year absence from the pay-per-view schedule, No Way Out returns live from the Izod Center in East Rutherford, N.J., in just six days. Unfortunately, the roster seems to be falling apart day by day...

    Rob Manisero Written by Rob Manisero about 2 years ago 10,544 reads 25 comments

  7. WWE: Randy Orton's Top 10 Greatest Opponents of All-Time

    Currently, the future of Randy Orton is up in the air, and his status as a main-event star may suffer a severe blow after the recent 60-day suspension, his second thanks to the Wellness Policy...

    Rob Manisero Written by Rob Manisero about 2 years ago 14,788 reads 33 comments

  8. WWE: Will Kane Be a WWE or World Heavyweight Champion Again?

    In just 13 days, the WWE Championship will be defended in a Triple Threat match at No Way Out. One of the competitors is Kane , a veteran of the company for more than a decade-and-a-half, but a man who has only enjoyed two title reigns...

    Rob Manisero Written by Rob Manisero about 2 years ago 7,292 reads 91 comments

  9. WWE Smackdown: Should a Permanent Switch to Live Tuesday Night Shows Be Made?

    The reasons for a casual wrestling fan to tune in to Smackdown each week are diminishing very quickly. The latest dagger in the Blue Brand's hopes was the recent announcement of ...

    Rob Manisero Written by Rob Manisero about 2 years ago 2,217 reads 30 comments

  10. WWE Smackdown: Is Jack Swagger Primary Beneficiary of Randy Orton Suspension?

    It must suck to be Dolph Ziggler right now. For the past two Royal Rumble matches, Dolph has been involved in a match for a major championship in the company. After that, however, he fizzled out both times and got caught in mid-card purgatory...

    Rob Manisero Written by Rob Manisero about 2 years ago 4,561 reads 33 comments

  11. WWE: Chronicling Big Show's 10 Greatest Matches Ever

    This may be one of the toughest lists to make concerning a wrestler's best matches. The World's Largest Athlete has enjoyed a long career, spanning over a decade and a half...

    Rob Manisero Written by Rob Manisero about 2 years ago 14,998 reads 29 comments

  12. WWE: Does Brodus Clay's Funkasaurus Gimmick Limit His Upward Mobility?

    For the first time on Raw last night, the Funkasaurus got a spot in the main event. Well, even though his match against the Big Show was billed as the last of the night, the bell never rang, and Show destroyed Clay, Kofi Kingston, and R-Truth...

    Rob Manisero Written by Rob Manisero about 2 years ago 2,311 reads 22 comments

  13. WWE: John Cena's Top 10 Greatest Opponents of All-Time

    It has been just under a decade since John Cena debuted on Smackdown, featuring a weird haircut and oddly-colored trunks. Since then, he has become the biggest star for the WWE and a polarizing figure in the industry...

    Rob Manisero Written by Rob Manisero about 2 years ago 1,628 reads 68 comments

  14. WWE No Way Out: It's Time for CM Punk to Defend His Title in the Main Event

    For too long, the WWE Championship run of CM Punk has been overlooked. As of May 24th, 2012, Punk has been the champ for 186 days. This is the longest reign since 2008, when Triple H had a 210-day reign spanning from Backlash to Survivor Series...

    Rob Manisero Written by Rob Manisero about 2 years ago 7,549 reads 77 comments

  15. WWE Over the Limit 2012 Preview: Daniel Bryan Is Over Enough to Beat CM Punk

    Daniel Bryan won his match at last year's Over the Limit PPV. Too bad it was the dark match. Fast-forward one year, and Bryan is fighting CM Punk for the WWE Championship at the PPV of the same name...

    Rob Manisero Written by Rob Manisero about 2 years ago 2,149 reads 31 comments

  16. WWE: Forget Lord Tensai, SummerSlam Should Feature CM Punk vs. Wade Barrett

    According to a report online, CM Punk vs. Lord Tensai has recently been discussed for SummerSlam. After garnering as-close-to-clean wins as a heel can get these days against Punk ...

    Rob Manisero Written by Rob Manisero about 2 years ago 4,118 reads 34 comments

  17. WWE Backlash 2007: Main Event Was the Best Fatal Four-Way Match in WWE History

    At Over the Limit in just over a week and a half, the World Heavyweight Championship will be defended in a Fatal Four-Way match, which all but proves the brands mean nothing...

    Rob Manisero Written by Rob Manisero about 2 years ago 5,999 reads 17 comments

  18. Robinson Cano Should Bat Second to Break out of Early Season Woes

    Joe Girardi featured a lineup switch last night in an attempt to give the Yankees lineup a bit of a spark. Robinson Cano , who is in what seems to be his first extended slump ever, was moved back to the number five spot due to his 2012 power outage...

    Rob Manisero Written by Rob Manisero about 2 years ago 497 reads 2 comments

  19. With Mariano Rivera's Injury, David Robertson Is the Clear Choice for Closer

    I was born in 1990. The Yankees could barely fill any part of the upper deck in those days, struggling to draw 20,000 fans a game. They had not been to the playoffs in nearly a decade, and there was no light at the end of the tunnel...

    Rob Manisero Written by Rob Manisero about 2 years ago 2,079 reads 14 comments

  20. WWE: Is It Time for Randy Orton to Make a Character Change?

    One year ago, Randy Orton was in the midst of one of the best feuds in his career: for four straight PPVs , he fought Christian for the World Heavyweight Championship, and the matches got better each time...

    Rob Manisero Written by Rob Manisero about 2 years ago 6,384 reads 70 comments

  21. WWE: Could Brock Lesnar vs. Triple H Be the Next Big Feud?

    Good Ol' Johnny Laurinaitis got some screen time on the Extreme Rules PPV, and by the end of the night, his appearance did one thing: It promoted an appearance by Triple H on Monday Night Raw...

    Rob Manisero Written by Rob Manisero about 2 years ago 9,587 reads 47 comments

  22. WWE Extreme Rules Preview: Chris Jericho Desperately Needs a Win on Sunday

    So what exactly has Chris Jericho accomplished since his return to the WWE in January? The promo videos leading up to his third stint in the company were excellent, and speculation ...

    Rob Manisero Written by Rob Manisero about 2 years ago 2,042 reads 19 comments

  23. WWE Raw Review: A Weak Cena-Lesnar Ending Makes Edge's Appearance a Waste

    There are very few people on the microphone that can hold a candle to Edge, and on RAW last night, it was no different. It was a wonderful surprise for us fans to see a man that unfortunately had to end his career early...

    Rob Manisero Written by Rob Manisero about over 2 years ago 2,069 reads 20 comments

  24. New York Yankees: Dominant or Not, Ivan Nova Is the Best Starter on the Team

    June 3, 2011. That is the last time Ivan Nova lost a game pitching for the New York Yankees . Even on that day, he only gave up two earned runs in six innings pitched. CC Sabathia is the workhorse, ace and stud of the staff...

    Rob Manisero Written by Rob Manisero about over 2 years ago 1,808 reads 2 comments

  25. WWE: The Rock vs. John Cena at WrestleMania 29 Would Be a Mistake

    In the past few years, the WWE has shown a higher propensity for going with WrestleMania rematches the following year. In particular, the Undertaker has faced both Shawn Michaels and Triple H twice in the past four years...

    Rob Manisero Written by Rob Manisero about over 2 years ago 8,923 reads 68 comments