"Chaos often breeds life when order breeds habit" - Henry Brooks Adams As the one year anniversary of the debut of Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper & Erik Rowan on the main WWE roster looms, I can't help but look upon their current standing and despair a little. Sure, I adore the gimmick & characters but … Continue reading Wyatt Family Values: Agents of Chaos.
I've described WWE Battleground as possibly the "weakest PPV of 2014 so far" and I think I owe you an explanation as to what I mean by that. I don't mean to say that it was a bad show, in fact there was plenty that I enjoyed, but overall I took very little away from … Continue reading The Suicida Appraisal: WWE Battleground
by Martin Dixon (@BunnySuicida) There's something to be said for lowered expectations. I was all for proclaiming that WWE Payback was an unnecessary event clogging up the schedule in place of an extended & meaningful build towards Money in the Bank. As it happens, I may have been wrong. Make no mistake, Payback was … Continue reading The Suicida Appraisal: Payback 2014
by Martin Dixon (@BunnySuicida) I think I'm safe in saying that Wrestlemania 30 was a night to remember. Giants were toppled, the people's champion ascended to the throne by first besting "the king of kings", then overcoming collusion & injury and a streak was broken. As much a celebration of everything WWE was, Wrestlemania 30 … Continue reading The Suicida Appraisal: Wrestlemania XXX
by Martin Dixon Run. Run fast and run far. Don't stop, don't even think about stopping. Keep your eyes forward, don't look back and above all else RUN. The Wyatts are here, and the walls are about to come crashing down. When the unsettling vignettes started appearing on WWE TV announcing the imminent arrival of this strange, … Continue reading The Suicida Appraisal: The Wyatt Family
Yes, Bo Dallas. This isn't going to be the article some of you think it's going to be. It isn't even the article I thought it was going to be, so lets get this started with a confession... First off I think I'd better come clean about something: It's all an act, I've never really … Continue reading The Suicida Appraisal: I Don’t BO-LIEVE It!!!
It's time once again to turn the analytical eye of the Suicida Appraisal on some unsuspecting member of the wrestling world and examine where they stand at this point of their career & what (if anything) can be done going forward to improve the situation.This time out it's the one time Michael McGillicutty, former 2nd … Continue reading The Suicida Appraisal: Curtis Axel
by Martin Dixon It's remarkable really, NXT has completely transformed from a haphazard "talent show", openly mocked on air by contestants & contributors alike into perhaps the most consistently watchable hour of wrestling television ever produced. It also may be considered the opening salvo in WWEs run of great TV recently, and with the wrestling world … Continue reading The Suicida Appraisal: The ‘NXT’ Best Thing
by Martin Dixon He's our intellectual saviour, a well spoken elitist with delusions of grandeur and a nice new blue briefcase that all but gifts him a World Heavyweight Championship. He also has something very special stemming from his victory at Money in the Bank: a feud with Cody Rhodes. In contrast to Randy Orton, who … Continue reading The Suicida Appraisal: Damien Sandow
Weasel. Walrus. Weasel. Walrus. Yep, the parallels have never been more clear than right now. Paul Heyman is this generations' Bobby "The Brain" Heenan, even down to the animal based nickname. So now that a new "Paul Heyman Guy" has been unveiled, what better time to look at where the former leader of the Dangerous … Continue reading I’m A Suicida Appraisal Guy: The Paul Heyman Appraisal