Articles by Eric Rhodes


10 Wrestlers WWE Misused This Decade

Over the course of wrestling history, there have been superstars the fans have felt aren’t getting a fair shake. While not every superstar can be a world champion or is championship material, that doe...


10 Best WWE PPVs Of The Decade, Ranked

By the time December 2019 rolls around, the WWE will have racked up over 140 PPV events since 2010. Thanks to the advent of the WWE Network, the various Brand Splits, and NXT TakeOver specials, there ...


10 Craziest Moves Of Rey Mysterio

After being taught the art of Lucha Libre by his uncle, the original Rey Mysterio, Rey Mysterio Jr made his debut under a hood at 14 years old, 1989. He’s only 44 now and has worked for thirty years! ...


10 Most Iconic Objects In WWE History

Throughout the history of wrestling, superstars have always had props or wardrobes that became as iconic as the wrestlers themselves. Piper’s kilt and bagpipes; Jake and Damian; Flair and his endless ...


Every Time Stone Cold Used A Vehicle, Ranked

Stone Cold Steve Austin had so many different character changes in his road to becoming the most marketable and bankable star in the history of the business. From a big blond beautiful Stunning Steve ...


10 Cringiest Moments In WWE Raw History

As the “longest episodic weekly running drama,” Monday Night Raw has the arduous task of trying to outdo itself week after week. For over 25 years, the WWE has managed to walk that tightrope, too. Whi...


10 Best Survivor Series Events Ever, Ranked

As one of the “Big Four,” the Survivor Series predates both the Royal Rumble and SummerSlam. It’s also the only one of the Big Four that has been tweaked with several times over. Sometimes it’s tradit...


10 Cringiest Moments In WWE Smackdown History

It’s not always the Raw brand that ventures into out there territory. The Blue Brand has had its fair share of wild, crazy, and downright cringeworthy moments. When you never have a re-run and you’re ...


10 Finishing Moves With The Best Names, Ranked

Having to go home in a match means how it’s going to end. Ninety-nine percent of the time, that means using a devastating finishing move that the fans could believe means the three count or a tap out is near.

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