Nicholas A. Marsico

John Cena Taking Time Off Means Nothing New

John Cena is going to be taking some time off after the Hell in a Cell PPV. Don't get too excited, because you won't end up noticing anything different. Read More

New Day PSA An Illustration Of Wasted WWE Talent

WWE lets so many opportunities slip right through their fingers due to their complete lack of understanding when it comes to how the internet actually works. Read More

Heath Slater's Talents Are Not Being Utilized

After the Heath Slater Appreciation Day was a huge success on Twitter, Slater tried using it as a way to get on TV, but fell short. He deserves better than that. Read More

WWE Should Run Orton vs. Ambrose At Hell in a Cell

Neither man has much going on right now, and with Roman Reigns and Bray Wyatt busy, it would be wasteful to make them team up against Harper and Strowman. Let them wrestle each other. Read More

Kurt Angle Could Be Heading Back To WWE

Kurt Angle will probably be done with TNA when 2015 comes to an end. Will WWE sign him for 2016? Read More

Bound For Glory Likely To Be TNA's Last Hurrah

TNA Bound For Glory 2015 is coming up this Sunday night, and it may be the last live show they ever run. Read More

King Barrett Returns To The Comic Book Saga

King Barrett is back in WWE and it looks like he is picking up where he left off. There's a chance this could lead somewhere good, but for now it seems like continued disappointment. Read More

Rey Mysterio Should Not Be LU's Top Star

Rey Mysterio hasn't been officially announced as a member of the roster for season 2 of Lucha Underground, but it's all but set in stone that he'll be there. He needs to be a star without dominating. Read More

The Rock vs. Triple H Is Not Good for WrestleMania

WWE apparently still plans to do Triple H vs. The Rock at WrestleMania even with Ronda Rousey's appearance in doubt. WWE should take that idea and go a different direction with it. Read More

SummerSlam 2016, 2017 in Brooklyn a Great Idea

It was announced on Monday that WWE will be taking NXT, SummerSlam and Monday Night RAW to the Barclays Center in Brooklyn for the next two years. They have a chance to make SummerSlam special again. Read More