Monday, 26 November 2012

GLCW Blizzard Brawl 8

Blizzard Brawl 8

Ladies and Gentlemen we are now one day away from GLCW (Great Lakes Championship Wrestling) Blizzard Brawl 8 brought to you by Pro Wrestling Report and Official Sponsor of Blizzard Brawl Gruber Law Offices (follow on Twitter @gruber_law)

See The GLCW Blizzard Brawl 8 Commercial (click on Video Below)



Live from the Waukesha County Expo Centre 1st December 2012

Matches Announced so far (card Subject to change)

Rikishi & Too Cool vs. Billy Gunn, Armando Estrada, & TBD
GLCW Title Match:
Robbie E (c) vs. Al Snow
GLCW Tag Team Title Match:
Demolition (c) vs. The Texas Hangmen
Hacksaw Jim Duggan vs. Ruff Crossing

Funaki vs. "The Love Machine" Matt Longtime
Melanie Cruise vs. Scarlett Bordeaux

Gauntlet Match:

Tony Scarpone vs. Dakota Darsow vs. Silas Young vs. Brian Gott vs. Jay Bradley 

Plus Personal Appearances by...

Terri "Marlena" Runnels
  The Honky Tonk Man 

Former WWE Star, Kharma aka Awesome Kong
AWA Legend, Larry Zybysko 

You can get your tickets now Starting at $10 from

Its going to be a huge night of wrestling the following stars advertised to appear are:

Too Cool (GrandMaster Sexay and Scotty Too Hotty)


GLCW Tag Champions Demolition

GLCW Champion Robbie E

Dakota Darsow

Al Snow

Billy Gunn

Armando Estrada

+ Many More

Not every star on Blizzard Brawl will be available for the Meet and Greet BUT everyone will be available for autographs and photos throughout the evening ....

Everyone who buys a Meet and Greet ticket will get to be apart of the Meet and Greet signing before the show

You will get ONE autograph from each Meet and Greet guest

Additional autographs can be purchased... Photo ops are $20 for Kevin Nash and $15 each Terri Runnels and Hacksaw Duggan or all three for $40.
The rest of the Blizzard Brawl stars will also be available to purchase pictures and photo ops



Sunday, 18 November 2012

CM Punk: WWE title Streak Does it matter?

 CM Punk: WWE title Streak Does it matter?


After Watching Pro Wrestling Report Primetime and hearing the discussion in the PWR Extra Segment Between Dameon Nelson and David Herro Regarding CM Punk and whether his WWE title Streak of 365 days really means anything.

You can view The PWR PrimeTime Saturday Episode Below

I am a wrestling fan. Im not a wrestling expert and nor do I claim to be one! this is my opnion as a fan and my thoughts on what I see - With that said take a look a the blog below and see what you think!!! :)

David  Herro is adamant that the title streak does not mean anything and when looked at from a historical perspective its hard to argue with. As David stated on Primetime Punk has had Feuds with Alberto Del Rio, Chris Jericho, John Cena, Ryback over his last year as champion - only one of those feuds are memorable to me as a fan. As a fan I make a connection to the Storytelling and the matches as they are presented and the one that stood out was with Chris Jericho.

Chris Jericho made me want to see this match due to his overbearing Behaviour and his strong comments towards CM Punk and his family. To me this made me dislike Jericho alot more and then wanting to see Jericho get beaten up by Punk at Wrestlemania.

But Sorry I digressed......

Although I do not think Many of Punk Feuds have been memorable and with a statement like that you would think I would say that his reign as champion means nothing but.....#HeresTheThing your wrong.....

I think the streak is the most important thing going in Wrestling right now and here is why

The Rock Announced at Raw 1000 that he is going to be at the Royal Rumble 2013 and that he will face whoever is the WWE Champion at the Royal Rumble.

 In order for this match to mean as much as it can it is vital that CM Punk title reign stay intact until then. David Herro said on Primetime

"They are only doing this for The Rock - What else do they have?"

David was not saying this from a wrestling skills perspective, nor a promo perspective but I think from a wrestling storyline perspective and its a viewpoint I agree with because without it CM Punk would  be another WWE Champion.

Think Back to the feuds mentioned earlier if CM Punk Did not have the streak right now would a potential match up with The Rock at Royal Rumble mean as much?

 Punk is now the Cowardly heel bad guy that along with Paul Heyman will do everything he can to hold onto his WWE title and keep his championship reign alive.

Then in the opposite corner you have The Rock the people's champion the wrestler who wants to win the title for the Millions and Millions of The Rock's Fans. From My perspective I think The WWE Title run is so important right now because it will mean so much more when CM Punk does lose the belt  Whether it be The Rock or  to Someone else further down the line, it helps CM Punk right now (and gives Heyman a great job to do holding the belt also!!!)

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Wednesday, 7 November 2012


Hello All! Hope everyone is well! Lets dive right into this one Since there has been a Renascence of Sorts with the WWE Tag Team Division. I have Been thinking about ..... Some of my favourite Tag Teams growing up watching Wrestling.

Now keep in mind I started watching Wrestling as a 5 or 6 year old kid around 1991/1992. At The Time We could not afford any SKY Pay TV at Home (WWE/WWF Was and still is shown on SKY and it has a monthly subscription cost) It was my friends that first got me to watch wrestling. My Friends Older brother had lots of Wrestling Videos however....he would only let us watch the videos with events from 1980's he would not let us watch anything from the current time. It annoyed me so much as a kid but looking back it was the BIGGEST Favour my Friends older brother did otherwise I would not of seen so many classic Tag Team and WWE bouts and learnt about the awesome stars of the 1980's as a 5/6 year old kid!

So today I would like to focus on one of the Tag Teams that caught my imagination as a young kid.....


Axe and Smash of Demolition were one of my favourite tag teams to watch. I was always a WWE (WWF) kid growing up and Watching 1980's wrestling as mentioned above was a blessing in disguise otherwise I would not of seen Demolition. Demolition stuck me as a kid they came through the screen at me - there theme music was awesome, they had cool face paint, A great look and an awesome Finishing move. To me as a kid i remember watching them and being glued to the screen. One Match that i remember in particular is 1989 Royal Rumble. Although not a tag team match this was one of the first big WOW moments as a kid. We popped the 1989 Royal Rumble VHS on the screen and when we got to the Rumble Match Out First came Demolition AXE then we waited for the 2nd Entrant.....Demolition Music hit again and out came Demolition SMASH!! I thought in my young mind that they would both wait in the ring for the next competitor beat him up then do the same until everyone else was eliminated and in my first OMG moment Smash and Axe fought each other. Its a fun wrestling memory for me and a great memory of a fabulous tag team. The best Version of Demolition to me was Axe and Smash. Crush came in later on and did a good job and I still loved seeing Smash on TV. No disrespect to Crush (who sadly is no longer with us) but the new combination never felt the same to me.
As I grew older (26 now!) I Think that Demolition Axe and Smash should of had a longer run I think that there was more that could of been done with the Tag Team and did not feel in 1991 when the team was disbanded that Demolition had run its course. Demolition to me was a star in a golden age of Wrestling Tag Teams. Demolition made their matches entertaining and so memorable to me as a little kid!!!
See The video below on one of my first wrestling memories!!!
Royal Rumble 1989 Axe vs Smash
Also the other Great Demolition Memory was Wrestlemania 4 Demolition beating Strike Force for the WWF Tag Team Titles. Remember Really liking this match from Wrestlemania 4. Also Mr Fuji with Demolition was fantastic as well!!
Demolition vs Strikeforce
Demolition Wins the Tag Team Titles
Demolition still wrestle today and they are the current GLCW (Great Lakes Championship Wrestling g) Tag Team Champions and they will be appearing on GLCW Next Event Blizzard Brawl 8 Taking place in Waukesha, Wisconsin at The Waukesha County Expo Centre get your tickets here
Also Demolition have been Inducted into the GLCW Hall of Fame. Pro Wrestling Report (@pwrshow on Twitter) Host Dameon Nelson presented them with this Honor in the middle of the GLCW ring. Smash and Axe of Demolition are both on Twitter and Smash can be followed @realdemosmash and Axe can be followed @realdemoaxe.
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