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5 Things We Learned From Raw 7/24/17

PWP Nation’s Zack Heydorn discusses the top five things we learned from the 7/24/17 edition of Monday Night Raw. 5. The Jason Jordan as Kurt Angle’s son story is hanging on by a thread Last week, the big Kurt Angle reveal was that he has a son from a past …

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The Young Bucks: Evolving Professional Wrestling, One Superkick at a Time

In his latest piece for PWP Nation, Todd Rick explains how the Young Bucks have forever evolved the business… one superkick at a time.  In the world of Professional Wrestling, WWE rules all. Without the WWE, it’s hard to make a name for yourself. It’s hard to get over. It’s …

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“Hart Murmurs” Edition #70 – Smith Hart, Mayweather vs. McGregor

Greetings.  This past week we bid farewell to my brother Smith – who passed away on July 2, with a celebration of his life here in Calgary, which was attended by friends and family.  There were a number of moving and poignant tributes paid to Smith, including speeches by my …

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How Undervalued is Rusev?

PWP Nation’s Caden “CJ” Moran gives his opinion on how much value Rusev truly has now that he has returned to WWE. On July 4th, 2017, the “Bulgarian Brute”, Rusev finally made his return to the WWE after being sidelined with an injury that put him out of action for many weeks. …

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Triple H Invites Conor McGregor & Floyd Mayweather to Raw

It looks like WWE wants in on “The Biggest Money Fight of All Time” Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past week, you have heard some clips of the ongoing trash talking between UFC Lightweight Champion “The Notorious” Conor McGregor & the greatest pound-for-pound boxer of all time Floyd “Money” Mayweather. #MayMacWorldTour A …

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Why We Need to Cheer the Villain

PWP Nation’s Marc Madison explains why fans should be cheering wrestling’s ultimate villain.  In every story, there is an antagonist and a protagonist. One is typically the reflection of the other in every possible way. What is Batman without the Joker? What is Superman without Lex Luther? These questions, often …

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