Articles by Hab Rich
This week I’m going to review some of the shows and original content on the WWE Network.
Seeing as that professional wrestling is not a career choice that renders itself to much longevity, we see so many of our favorite superstars pass away seemingly much too early and all too often.
**As you the reader enjoy my column today, I will be laying my dad, my hero, to rest.
When Monday Night Raw is bad, we all know it.
I was thrilled to learn that WWE Network had added episodes of the National Wrestling Alliance’s World Championship Wrestling added to its vault.
With the slate of injuries that top WWE superstars are suffering at an almost weekly basis, the company’s lack of credible heels is again rearing its ugly head.
My author bio states that I’m the World’s Biggest Luke Harper fan, so when Chris Jericho’s latest episode of “Talk Is Jericho” featured the big man, I was excited to hear what he had to say.
Is it too early to talk about the Royal Rumble?
Back on the July 13 edition of WWE Monday Night Raw, Stephanie McMahon formally introduced the Divas Revolution.
When you flip the light switch in your home, chances are you don’t think of Nikola Tesla.
I’m not one who is given to much begging and pleading, but this time around I need answers.
If you’re older than 35 and have watched professional wrestling for more than the last twenty years, this evolution should be fairly easy for you.