The biggest money match in history -- last year's John Cena vs. The Rock "Once in a Lifetime" main event -- will have its Twice-in-a-Lifetime sequel. When you throw in a dancing sociopath, more than a few Jurassic Park parallels and CM Punk wiping the fake ashes of the actually-dead Paul Bearer on him in preparation for his match with The Undertaker, it's no wonder people are predicting that this will be the biggest show in the history of the event. Our interpid reporters Tom Breihan and Nick Bond will do their best to prepare you.
Even when reviewing movies as goofy as Space Jam, the exuberance that Roger Ebert had for films of all shapes, sizes and stripes came through in a way familiar to all of us. He taught us to love the things we love, and to do so in a way that will get others to want to join in. So, he always had that going for him, which is nice.
After 25 Royal Rumbles, you'd assume 10-15 WCW PPVs would be nothing. You'd be wrong. Following Sumo Monster Truck matches, Towers of Dooms and King of the Road contests on the back of flatbeds, things got so crazy we had to be bring in an expert.
Bleacher Report writers aren't born, they're made. Specifically, they're formed in the crucible of Bleacher Report University, the online program that B/R uses to shape young writers into slideshow shape. It's kind of a depressing place.
There have been 25 Royal Rumbles. Nearly every wrestling fan has seen at least one or two, most have seen several, and a special few have seen most. Nick Bond decided to watch all of them. In order. You may call it dumb. Or masochistic. He mostly thought it was fun. And he learned a lot, too. Which is nice.