Wrestling in the Clinton Years: Big Wang Vader.

Don't call it a comeback. Hello and welcome to the first edition of Wrestling in the Clinton years in quite some time. If I can be slightly personal for a moment,  my break from this was due to a severe bout of depression that nearly claimed more than just my blogging hobby so in an … Continue reading Wrestling in the Clinton Years: Big Wang Vader.

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WWE Superstars Recap (2/12/2016)

posted by Billy Carpenter   Rich Brennan & Byron Saxton on the call this week…   Mainstays on the Superstars tag team scene, The Ascension, are here to kick off this week’s episode. Their opponents are Fandango & Damien Sandow, and it seems they’ve already dropped the gimmick of Fandango trying to steal Sandow’s cheers … Continue reading WWE Superstars Recap (2/12/2016)

Wrestling in the Clinton Years: Daniel Bryan is the male Madusa.

By Martin Dixon (@BunnySuicida) WCW Monday Nitro, January 29th 1996. Welcome to another entry into the second volume of Wrestling in the Clinton Years, a series that it growing increasingly tired of Hulk Hogan and his antics just five weeks into 1996. With the show emanating from Canton, Ohio the Nitro announce team of Eric … Continue reading Wrestling in the Clinton Years: Daniel Bryan is the male Madusa.

4CReview: WWE RAW (2/16/2015)

by Billy Carpenter (@4CR_Billy)   *All video below from WWE's YouTube channel*   *Header/cover image via wwe.com*   John Cena promo time!   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SpyHFwFLUcA   What's this? A crowd that is cheering for Cena over his opponent?! It's certainly an interesting sight, that's for sure. Maybe a little reshuffling for Cena is what the doctor … Continue reading 4CReview: WWE RAW (2/16/2015)

The 2014 4CRwrestling.com Awards

posted by Billy Carpenter (@4CR_Billy)   Welcome, ladies and gentlemen! The launch of this article just happens to coincide with the second anniversary of 4CR & 4CRwrestling.com, an accomplishment that I'm certainly proud of. This is technically the 3rd time we here at 4CRwrestling have done some type of year-end awards--the first being the staff … Continue reading The 2014 4CRwrestling.com Awards

WWE’s End of Year Report Card: D is for Daniel Bryan 

by Shanna Harris (@AbsoluteSmark) If you’re like me, most of the time you spend watching wrestling is done passively. You like who you see and get excited for them, but it doesn’t go very over the top. At least, it was until Daniel Bryan caught my attention. From his time on NXT, to his ascension … Continue reading WWE’s End of Year Report Card: D is for Daniel Bryan 

Has A Dive Through the Ropes Lost its Luster?

Written under duress by Critical Bill (@williamrenken83) I feel like this has been brewing for sometime. Only recently have I been able to draw attention to it. We all watch varying degrees of WWE programming. Whether, its Raw, Smackdown, NXT, Main Event, Superstars, even shows back in time thanks to the Network. It's not a … Continue reading Has A Dive Through the Ropes Lost its Luster?

4CReview: WWE Money in the Bank (6/29/14)

Venue: TD Garden (Boston, MA) Commentators: Michael Cole, Jerry "The King" Lawler, and John "Bradshaw" Layfield Hello 4CR faithful, my name is Jonathan Sullivan and I'm going to be your guide for the next three hours through the havoc and chaos that is Money in the Bank 2014. For those of you unfamiliar with my work (all of you) … Continue reading 4CReview: WWE Money in the Bank (6/29/14)

The 4CR Mid-Year List

by Billy Carpenter (@4CR_Billy) & Sam DiMascio (@concrete1992) We're already through the first half of 2014! It's certainly been an interesting year with some big moments, classic matches and more, but what's been the best of the bunch so far? Sam & I decided to give out some mid-year mentions and discuss some of our favorites from … Continue reading The 4CR Mid-Year List

The Suicida Appraisal: Payback 2014

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