Sunday, August 28, 2011
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
[Writer’s Note: The following events are fictional and did not really happen.]
Last Monday on RAW, Triple H was informed by John Laurinaitis that Kevin Nash was in a car accident. Laurinaitis told Triple H that Nash was sent to Royal Alexandra Hospital so Triple H left the arena. I called my source “Jimmy” and asked him to find out what happened after Triple H left the arena. Here is what Jimmy found out.
Sunday, August 21, 2011
Friday, August 19, 2011
The name of my website is How I Would Book It and I haven’t been doing many of those columns lately. The last one was when I wrote about how I would book Money in the Bank. That was over a month ago. When I first started my site, I was planning to write a new How I Would Book It column every week. I don’t think I will start writing them every week but I think I should write one at least once a month. If I don’t then I should start thinking of a new name for this site. So here is how I would book Triple H’s heel turn.
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Sunday, August 14, 2011
CM Punk Says, “You will not be WWE Champion because the WWE Champion will be me!” (RAW August 8, 2011)
[Writer’s Note: The following events are fictional and did not really happen. If these events really did happen, then it was just a coincidence.]
If you read the first edition of “After RAW”, you know that I hired a guy named “Jimmy” so he can get me inside information about what is going on in the WWE. Jimmy somehow finds ways to get close to WWE Superstars. When I asked him to get information about Triple H, he disguised himself as Triple H’s limo driver. Speaking of Triple H, I am still curious about how he is handling his new job as the COO of the WWE. We can see he’s busy during RAW but what is he doing after RAW? I called up Jimmy and Jimmy hooked up hidden pipe bombs…I mean microphones in Triple H’s office. He emailed me the MP3 file of what the microphones recorded and I will now describe to you what happened after RAW on Monday August 8.
Monday, August 8, 2011
This is my first ever exclusive interview on How I Would Book It and my first guest is THE INFAMOUS JCITY™ writer Shaman's Harvest. Shaman wrote his first article for TIJ on March 6, 2011 and is currently a regular contributor.
This is the first edition of CM Punk Says. The CM Punk Era started a couple weeks ago when Punk made his return to the WWE after missing only one episode of Monday Night RAW. CM Punk is the best on the mic right now in the WWE. Punk has been cutting great promos this year including one on June 27 that was probably the promo of the year.
Sunday, August 7, 2011
Last Friday, the WWE announced that they had released Vladimir Kozlov. I'm not surprised but I'm a little disappointed because I think Kozlov was a missed opportunity. Kozlov was someone who could have been a terrific heel in the WWE, but instead he was barely better than a jobber before he was released.
Saturday, August 6, 2011
“I apologize in advance for my language. You’re fucking awesome.” – CM Punk at the AAW Scars and Stripes event on July 23, 2011.
CM Punk was talking to 24 year old independent pro wrestler Gregory Iron, who has cerebral palsy, in the above quote but I would say the same thing to The Miz if I was ever lucky enough to meet him. So I will now apologize in advance for my language. The Miz is fucking awesome. The Miz has been awesome for a while but the reason I am writing this now is because on July 25, Stu Saks, the publisher of Pro Wrestling Illustrated, announced on the PWI Blog that Mike “The Miz” Mizanin was named number one in the 21st annual “PWI 500”. The “PWI 500” is an annual list made by Pro Wrestling Illustrated that ranks the top 500 professional wrestlers in the world. The evaluation period for the list was from June 1, 2010 to May 31, 2011. The Miz lost his WWE Championship on May 1, 2011. Pro Wrestling Illustrated was created in 1979 and is considered to be the best professional wrestling magazine. I know some people are saying, “Who cares what a magazine says,” but I think this is a big accomplishment for The Miz. PWI isn’t just a random wrestling magazine. PWI is a respected magazine so being named the number one wrestler in the world by PWI should be like being named Man of the Year by TIME Magazine. Other wrestlers that were named number one in the PWI 500 in the past include “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, Bret Hart, John Cena, Hulk Hogan, Shawn Michaels, and Triple H. Wrestlers like The Rock, CM Punk, Chris Jericho, The Undertaker, Eddie Guerrero, Edge, and Rey Mysterio have never reached number one in the PWI 500.