Thursday, June 12, 2014

Happy Future Endeavors Day!

Somebody call their mommas.

Eleven WWE Superstars were released from their contracts today. While a few may fall under the I-thought-they-were-released-long-ago category, others are somewhat a surprise. For example, 3 Man Band is now down to 1.5 Man Band (if you include Hornswoggle as a member) thanks to the cuts of Drew McIntyre and Jinder Mahal. Two kids' favorites, Brodus Clay and Yoshi Tatsu, were also future endeavored.

With an increasing number of NXT guys graduating lately, it makes sense cuts had to made somewhere to make room for them. But, is Rusev the new Brodus? Do Adam Rose and his posse make for a better band? Is Emma winning over the kiddies with her bubbles?

Besides McIntyre, Mahal, Clay and Tatsu, WWE also released JTG, Aksana, Curt Hawkins (somewhere Zack Ryder is breathing a sigh of relief), Theodore Long, Camacho, Evan Bourne and Referee Marc Harris.

Now, let the TNA rumors begin...

Monday, June 2, 2014

Double Divas

Last night, I watched Payback just to see what would happen with Daniel Bryan and Bri Bella. (All the matches seemed to be the same thing we've been seeing for, well, months.) And, Bri made it all about her and quit. Now, this is WWE quit, which means she'll probably have a match against Stephanie McMahon at SummerSlam. Or, she's knocked up and had to quit. Either way, it was the one thing I wanted to see and it's the one thing that makes me want to see what's next.

Meanwhile, on "Total Divas" it was Bri and Daniel's wedding. But, that wasn't why I DVR'd the show. I wanted to see how Nikki was going to steal the show with her drama. She won the title "Worst Maid of Honor Ever," according to Bri. The only thing that would have made it better is if Natalya's spilling of Nikki's secret got to John Cena, and he felt like he wasn't even on that totem pole instead of just the bottom of it.

They are called Divas for a reason.