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Wentz’s Blog – The Dream Match of Sting vs. Undertaker at Wrestlemania Should Remain A Dream

In professional wrestling, fans have always opined about the big dream match.  What would have happened if talent from one era or one promotion faced a talent from another era or promotion?  Who would win?  What would the reaction be?

Sting vs. The Undertaker fits in that mold.

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The WWE NXT Report: 01/21/15

Hey everyone!  It’s time for NXT!  I just got home from work, and I’m excited to see my favorite hour of pro-wrestling.  Let’s do it!

Our show opens up with some highlights of Kevin Owens destroying Sami Zayn.  We get a recap of the events leading up to Neville vs. Zayn in a rematch for the title – an excellent affair if you have not seen it.  Oh yeah, and Kevin Owens struck again after the match.  He means business.

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Lucha Underground Show Report for 1/21/2015 – Sexy Star vs. El Mariachi Loco, Superfly vs. Pentagon Jr., Drago vs. King Cuerno in a Last Luchador Standing Match and More

It’s time for the weekly Lucha Underground Report.  When I can see these shows, I’ll be sure to post notes regarding the television event.  If you have regular access to the show and would like to cover it for us on a consistent and weekly basis, shoot me an email to

Show Open, Taped at “The Temple” previously in Boyle Heights, CA

They recap last week’s show and run the basic credits.  The band played, which drew a cheer, then Matt Striker and Vampiro checked in at ringside.  They run footage of King Cuerno vs. Drago and hype the last man standing match for later. Continue reading


Wentz’s Blog – Time for a Curtain Call in the Stunt Double Act of Damien Mizdow

So, what do you get when you take two guys who look nothing alike and book them into an act where one is subservient to the other as a “stunt double”?  You get a tag team that has been effective in giving the subservient role player traction with the fans.

For the past five months, Damien Sandow has played the role of Mizdow in a tag team with The Miz.  Mizdow has been the method actor, the stunt double who bumps when Miz bumps.  He mimicked Miz’s offense, his hand motions, his promos.  The act, despite it being something that has short shelf life, gave life to Mizdow.  Fans want to see him in the ring, but Miz hasn’t always granted that opportunity.

This Sunday at Royal Rumble, the Hollywood duo will get another chance to reclaim tag team gold from the Usos.  Later in the evening, the pair will enter the Royal Rumble as well to try and get a shot at heading to the main event of Wrestlemania.  While I don’t believe the duo will achieve success in either venture, I do think something else should happen for this pairing.

It’s time for the curtain to fall on this act.  Mizdow needs to become Damien Sandow again.
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