BoredWrestlingFan.com is saddened to hear of the passing of WWE Hall of Famer, Walter “Killer” Kowalski.
Kowalski, who is a legend in the sport and has trained major names such as Chyna, Kaz, and of course, WWE Champion Triple H, passed away this morning after suffering a heart attack back on August 8th. Kowalski refused to go quietly, as his vital signs remained strong even after he was taken off of life support twelve days ago.
Kowalski was an inductee of the WWE Hall of Fame (Class of 1996), the Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame (class of 2003), and the National Polish-American Sports Hall of Fame (Class of 2007).
BoredWrestlingFan.com would like to offer our condolences to the Kowalski family and friends.
Sorry guys, I had so much going on yesterday that I was home and awake for literally about 20 minutes. As such, I didn’t get a chance to write the article I promised in lieu of the podcast, nor did I get an opportunity to post your TNA iMPACT Spoilers for the week.
If you missed iMPACT this week, the results are reposted from F4Wonline.com, after the jump. (more…)
It’s doubtful, but there’s a slight possibility I might do a podcast this week. More likely, I’ll do a written article tomorrow morning. I’ve got things I want to talk about but I really don’t know if I’m going to want to sit around talking to my computer at work tonight. So, long story short, there will be some form of content tomorrow – but it won’t necessarily be a podcast.
This week’s RAW review here on BoredWrestlingFan.com is dedicated to the memory of reader JT’s cat Michael. Sorry to hear about another loss to your feline family, my friend. Tonight’s show features CM Punk taking on JBL, Kane taking on Batista, and Kofi Kingston challenging Santino Marella for the Intercontinental Championship.
Full results and analysis, after the jump! (more…)
Just wanted to give you guys a quick reminder that WWE Monday Night RAW is on at 9PM on the Sci-Fi network tonight. Confirmed matches for tonight include Batista taking on Kane, CM Punk taking on JBL, Santino Marella defending the Intercontinental Championship against Kofi Kingston, and Women’s Champion Beth Phoenix taking on Kelly Kelly. Also confirmed for tonight is a live appearance by Shawn Michaels. So don’t forget, RAW is LIVE on the Sci-Fi network tonight at 9PM, with a replay on USA at 11PM.
It’s Friday Night, you guys know what’s up! Much like last week, this week’s SmackDown in real-time is brought to you by the BoredWrestlingFan skipping a free concert – this week it’s Joan Jett. Anyways, quick results up here, detailed results after the jump, as per usual!
Vickie Guerrero announces that SmackDown will also have a Championship Scramble match at Unforgiven.
Maria def. Natalya via disqualification when Maryse interfered
Big Show finds out he’s been overlooked as far as the Championship Scramble is concerned
The Brian Kendrick wins a 10 man battle royal to qualify for the Championship Scramble – thanks to The Big Show.
MVP def. Festus via countout to qualify for the Championship Scramble.
Shelton Benjamin def. Finlay to qualify for the Championship Scramble.
Jeff Hardy def. The Great Khali to qualify for the Championship Scramble.
I know it’s against the usual site policy to post spoilers, but since I know I’m not going to be around for iMPACT tonight (or next week, for that matter), I’ve decided to go that route. Since the policy is normally to not post spoilers, I don’t have a spoiler tag to hide them in, so instead, you can get iMPACT spoilers after the jump. I may post a review in the morning, but for now, this is your iMPACT coverage here on BoredWrestlingFan.com