Posted on June 7th, 2005 by Adam Sibley.
This week I got the excuse to do a bit of family bonding as I took a crate of beer and my copy of Wrestlemania 21 over to my brother’s apartment to see who the true king of wrestling computer games really was. With my speciality being the Smackdown series of PS2 I was looking forward to testing my abilities on the X-Box and seeing what this game had to offer.
Posted on April 28th, 2005 by Adam Sibley.
Thanks once again to those good people at Silvervision it’s review time once again. This time I will be looking at the latest release in the ongoing Divas series which sees the Divas from the WWE sent to various tropical locations around the world to pose for photos and to share their stories with the WWE fans. This time the Divas invade the hot beaches of Mexico as we get introduced to some of the new faces on the Diva scene and learn some more about our familiar favourites.
Posted on April 24th, 2005 by Adam Sibley.
Thanks to those very lovely people at Silvervision this week I have had the pleasure of reviewing this year’s Royal Rumble. This yearly tradition has brought us some history making moments over the years from Ric Flair winning the WWF title as a result of winning the Rumble in 1992, the infamous casket match between Yokozuna and the Undertaker in 1994 and Shawn Michaels going on to win the Rumble in 1995 after drawing entry number 1. So would the 2005 Royal Rumble be able to provide us a piece of history of its own?
Posted on April 4th, 2005 by Adam Sibley.
The main high for this event was no matter how good it was it would go down in history as it hosted the final match of the $1 million Tough Enough competition. This pitted Daniel Puder and Mike Mizanin going one on one in a Dixie Dog Fight. WWE have always been interested and played with the concept of MMA and legitimate fighting which in the past has seen tough man contests with Butterbean and the acquisition of UFC’s Ken Shamrock in the late 90s. As it hadn’t been done for a little while it was interesting to watch and the match had a real sense of drama about it.
Posted on March 8th, 2005 by Adam Sibley.
Today I got chance to sit down and watch a DVD I have been waiting to see for some time, a DVD dedicated to one of my favourite wrestlers: Rob Van Dam. So even before putting it in the old DVD player I was psyched. So did the DVD live up to the hype I hear you ask? Well you are going to have to read on to find out as I give you a rundown of my thoughts and opinions on a truly one of a kind DVD.
Posted on March 2nd, 2005 by Adam Sibley.
Thanks to those good people down at Silvervision today I got chance to watch the DVD release of Survivor Series 2004. This event wasn’t broadcast on Sky Sports 1 last year it was instead a Sky Box Office production so this is another important release for those that missed it last year. So for those of you considering buying the DVD, please read on.
Posted on December 28th, 2004 by Adam Sibley.
After a lull of WWE books over the last year this Christmas we were treated to a present by the WWE with a new autobiography Adam Copeland on Edge hitting our local bookstores. This book had a lot to live up to following on from the legacy left by the likes of Ric Flair, Kurt Angle and one of the greatest writers in wrestling the legendary Mick Foley. So was this book worth the wait and can it a hold a candle to its predecessors? Read on to find out.
Posted on September 20th, 2004 by Adam Sibley.
Done everything there is to do on Smackdown “Here Comes The Pain”? Feeling the need for a new wrestling game? Well you don’t have to wait anymore as there is a completely new wrestling game on the market for Gamecube as WWE “Day of Reckoning” comes to a shop near you. Read on to find out why I have been keeping my friends Gamecube hostage since Wednesday.
Posted on January 15th, 2004 by Adam Sibley.
This week I got the chance to listen to the latest WWE music offering WWE Originals. This CD unlike most of the recent releases does not feature the theme music of your favourite superstars but instead it’s the wrestlers singing and rapping to new tracks which sum up their character. So we know the wrestlers can entertain in the ring but the question is can they entertain behind the mic?
Posted on August 25th, 2003 by Adam Sibley.
Thanks to the good people down at Silvervision.co.uk I am reviewing N.W.O Back in Black on DVD this week. This is a part of the long list of new releases that Silvervision are churning out so what makes this one worth the watch compared to the rest? Well sit back and read while I give you the run down on what I think is the best N.W.O compilation ever released.