It’s time, it’s time, It’s time for the official launch of Wrestling Journo. Brought to you by me Vee. Oh, it’s true.
Welcome to the site. It is now time to start talking wrestling. Now you might wonder why in the world did I wait till today? I wanted my first post to be on the same date as a big pay per view. Today is that day. As I type WWE Survivor Series in in the process. John Cena is in the ring with Alberto Del Rio and Cena seems to have the edge. The crowd is roaring with let’s go Cena vs Cena sucks chants. There is a lot of talk about Cena’s arm injury and how it will affect the match. Time will tell if indeed Cena’s arm injury plays a role in the match.
Wait but haven’t there already been matched?
Yep, Let me give you a quick recap.
Cody Rhodes and Goldust, The Usos and Rey Mysterio vs. The Shield and The Real Americans
This one ended with a Roman Reigns Spear giving the win to the Shield and The Real Americans.
Next up was.
Curtis Axel vs. Big E. Langston for the Intercontinental Championship
Big E. Langston got the win by pin fall on this one with his finishing move The Big Ending.
Oh wait the Cena match just come to a conclusion.
The arm was not an issue and John Cena got the win after hitting Del Rio with the Attitude adjustment.
The next match is
CM Punk and Daniel Bryan vs. Erick Rowan and Luke Harper
The creepy music of the Wyatt family is blaring in my ears as I type. Why do I like it?
This is why I chose tonight. It is Survivor Series night and it is first post night. There will be plenty of wrestling coverage to come. Breaking news and much more. Look for Indy federations you may have never heard.
By the way CM Punk and Daniel Bryan just won the match. CM Punk hit the go to sleep for the pin fall.
Okay time for a Wrestling Journo history lesson.
The first survivor series was in 1987.
The main event match was
Andre the Giant, One Man Gang, King Kong Bundy, Butch Reed, & Rick Rude beat Hulk Hogan, Bam Bam Bigelow, Paul Orndorff, Don Muraco, & Ken Patera
Yep Survivor series has been around since 1987 and now here we are 2013. That is 26 years of the pay per view known as the Survivor Series. The pay per view has taken some changes throughout the years. It started as mostly an elimination match style pay per view. It now shows cases singles matches and adds a few elimination matches. In 1987 The elimination match was the main event.
I pick today the day of Survivor Series because it has been around so many years. Yes it has gone through changes through the years but it still stands. That is what the goal of this site is. It is to be here in 26 years bigger, badder, and better than ever. Will it go through changes yes. A lot of changes between now and then. This is the start, this is the beginning.
Like in 1987 when the then WWF took the risk of doing something different with the Survivor Series this site and its author are taking a risk. A risk to be different. A risk to be controversial, a risk to tell the truth. Most of all a risk to bring it.
So welcome to the site I look forward to bring all the pro wrestling news I can find and report on. Sit back and enjoy and come often for all your pro wrestling news.
I end this post with the results of the final match of Survivor Series. It was Randy Orton vs The Big Show. The Big show was about to win when The Authority showed up. The Big Show was distracted and Orton hit The Big Show with his famous punt.
Winner and still WWE Champion
Things got interesting when as Orton celebrated with The Authority John Cena’s music hit and down the ramp came John Cena. The two champions stood in the middle of the ring both coveting their championships as the show ended.
Stay tuned for more news.
Vee Williams- The Wrestling Journo