• Monthly Archives: March 2014

    Art Is Wrestling: Ilyass

    Not to be mistaken for the similarly titled Mike Quackenbush promotion or Colt Cabana podcast, Art is Wrestling trawls the Internet to showcase some of the best wrestling art we can find.

    Today, we spotlight Ilyass aka The King of Arts. We decided to pick some of our favorites and share it with the rest of the world.

    Make sure to follow Ilyass on Twitter: @ilyassking1

    Kazuchika Okada


    Jimmy Jacobs


    Jushin “Thunder” Liger


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    Dirt Sheet History: Spring 2005 (Wrestlemania 21 and ECW One Night Stand)

    Take a trip back to a memorable timeline in sports entertainment with the most important stories reported as fact in the journalistic world of pro wrestling dirt sheets.

    Following the timeline of the last Dirt Sheet History breaking down the best inside scoops and rumors from the road to Wrestlemania 21, we see what happened during the Wrestlemania 21 event and afterwards. Delving deep into the Matt Hardy/Edge/Lita saga and going all the way to the first ECW One Night Stand reunion PPV, here’s Dirt Sheet History from April through June 2005.



    * The crowd was dead during JBL vs. John Cena because they were exhausted after Shawn Michaels vs. Kurt Angle. They were on their feet for most of that match. Kurt Angle was over big during, and after the match. Quite a few people were booing Michaels. The crowd also seemed surprised that the JBL-Cena match was that short

    Biggest pops:

    1. Hulk Hogan (by far)
    2. Steve Austin
    3. Batista
    4. Kurt Angle
    5. Undertaker

    Most heel heat:

    1. Muhammad Hassan & Daivari
    2. Randy and Bob Orton
    3. The Sumo Match
    4. Edge
    5. Shawn Michaels (when he got out of the first Ankle Lock)


    * In a surprising note, following his World Heavyweight Title victory over rival Triple H, the first person on Batista‘s list to hug was none other then Triple H’s father. Triple H’s mother was also at the show, situated alongside her husband on the front row.

    * There was a positive mood for last night’s PPV, with people generally thinking it delivered strongly. That being said, there was slight concern that the crowd seemed a little dead after John Cena‘s title win. That apart, everything went the way the company wanted it to.

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    Seven Things: 7 Things I Hope Happen On RAW This Monday

    Welcome to Seven Things, a list that will run weekly and consist of very eclectic topics. These are of my opinions and doesn’t express the views of others on WrestlingOnEarth.

    This week, I decided to go with a smaller Seven Things topic regarding this Monday’s episode of RAW. Despite not attending the show located about 15 minutes away from my home in Brooklyn, I am very much excited to see what happens. There are only two shows before Wrestlemania so every segment is valuable.

    Reminder: If you have any suggestions for future lists, feel free to share them in the comments or send them to me on Twitter: @typicalROHfan.

    Now, here are seven things I’m hoping will happen this week.

    7. A legend returns to enter the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal


    The build for the battle royal has been unique in that many slightly relevant talents who you’d expect to have singles matches are in the Andre Memorial but no “sexy names” are in it yet. I’m hoping Chris Jericho or RVD returns to throw their names into the hat, adding some excitement or special feel to it. Jericho and Van Dam are the most realistic. I’d love and prefer a wacky name like Vader or my personal favorite, Sid to come around and destroy Miz as a way to enter the match.

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    Sexy Wrestler of the Week

    Save up your Popsicle sticks and mail them in for a Smart Phone. It’s time for Sexy Wrestler of the Week!

    This week, the usual vote counter was invited to the “Sexy Convention” panel with Fabio, Lisa Turtle and a plate of mashed potatoes. I’m filling in and this is not as easy a task as I expected. Much like Hulk Hogan, I only speak and read English.

    Votes such as “பிரின்ஸ் Devitt கவர்ச்சியாக ஆகிறது” and “Положите ребенка во мне, Адам. ADAM Cole Bay Bay!” were thrown out. With those “vas is das, brother” votes leg dropped, we apparently have a FIRST TIME Sexy Wrestler of the Week winner.


    50% Norv Fernum.

    50% Peter Avalon.

    100% SEXY.

    They don’t call him “Pretty Peter” for nothin’. As anyone who studied the art of Sexy in trade school will tell you, the only way to tell if your sexy stands the test of time is to try it out in a turkey suit. Norv clearly succeed with an A++++-.

    Peter Avalon/Norv Fernum, your Sexy Wrestler of the Week.

    This Or That (3/17/2014)

    Everybody loves binary decisions, especially wrestling fans! In This Or That, we’ve forced ourselves to choose between two options that relate to wrestling.

    Over four questions, @TimWelcomed, @typicalROHfan and @TomBlackett will have to choose one of two options and give their reasoning on each of their choices. You can then vote on which one you’d choose, giving you the false impression that you’re somehow involved and we care about your opinion chance to join the conversation! Before we start, here’s last week‘s results:

    Will Daniel Bryan leave Wrestlemania 30 as WWE Champion?

    YES– 88%, NO – 12%

    Better Wrestlemania match for The Shield?

    Staying together for a team match – 63%, Break up for a triple threat match – 37%

    Which Young Buck do you have a bigger man crush on?

    Matt Jackson – 64%, Nick Jackson – 36%

    Better TV nerd?

    Urkel – 71%, Screech – 29%

    More exciting concept in wrestling: Battle royals or tournaments?

    With the official “Andre The Giant Memorial” battle royal scheduled for Wrestlemania, which do you prefer? Battle royals like that and the Royal Rumble or one night tournaments like King of the Ring?



    I love tournaments. They are one of my favorite things about pro wrestling. The ONLY battle royal-type match I have ever liked is The Royal Rumble. Usually battle royals seem thrown together and there just isn’t much hype surrounding them. I wish WWE would be consistent with The King of The Ring. Not saying it needs to happen every year but maybe do it every two or three years and hype it like that.



    The Royal Rumble is my favorite event of the year for the match and I love battle royals as a whole but I love the idea of tournaments even more. I greatly miss the King of the Ring PPV’s and always hope for more tournaments. Luckily there were a few last year with PWG’s traditional shows and ROH & TNA having vacant titles that were decided via tournaments.

    I also feel like I need to take the time to say FUCK YOU TO THE SURVIVOR SERIES 1998. Look at the results of that show. Count the future WWE Hall of Famers and legends. A one night tournament with all these great names, the hottest era of wrestling and a vacant title yet the show was abysmal. Between horrid booking and lackluster matches, the show is among my biggest disappointments in wrestling history!

    That being said, when done right, tournaments are my favorite. Who doesn’t love a good bracket?



    This is a tricky question, because for the most part, I really don’t care for battle royal matches or tournaments in wrestling, with a couple notable exceptions in the Royal Rumble and PWG’s tournies. Battle royals are especially dreadful for the most part, since all the fun guys generally seem to get tossed within the first few minutes, leaving only the immobile slugs to rub up against each other.

    However, there’s a certain magic to the Royal Rumble that overrides how dreadful all the other battle royal matches generally are. Blame it on my terrible attention span – it’s much easier for me to stay focussed on something where there’s something new every 90 seconds, as opposed to a tournament where I’m expected to care for the same guys in multiple matches.

    Battle royals

    More exciting concept in wrestling?

    • Tournaments (79%, 33 Votes)
    • Battle royals (21%, 9 Votes)

    Total Voters: 42

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    ScoopZone Elite: March 17, 2014

    We’ve consulted our inside sources to bring you the best and most EXCLUSIVE dirt on your favorite wrestling promotions from around the world. Unlike other sites, we’ll only bring you 100% accurate and truthful wrestling news every week. We’re still working on our paywall, so please only read these stories if you’re an elite member.


    News for The Week of March 17, 2014


    • JBL runs the Cranky Vince Twitter account that has leaked WWE info in the past. You heard it here first EXCLUSIVELY on Scoop Zone Elite.


    • WWE referee Charles Robinson refuses to tell anyone his hair secrets.





    • TNA officials reportedly checked under the ring for suspicious activity before the Magnus vs Samoa Joe match at Lockdown. They saw Abyss under there but didn’t think anything of it.


    • Jeremy Borash was recently offered the position of being the new face of maple syrup, replacing Aunt Jemima, after his hidden talent was discovered.


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    • Our inside sources claim ROH and DGUSA are indeed still planning to run shows Wrestlemania weekend despite not announcing matches. Things could change at any minute.


    • Lance Storm writes Big Bang Theory fanfic porn in his spare time.