Tag Archive: Erick Rowan

  1. ThinkSoJoE’s Thoughts: Making WWE better

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    Last night, yours truly was at the First Niagara Center in Buffalo, attending a live broadcast of the flagship show of the biggest wrestling company on the planet – and my wife was falling asleep from boredom.  I’m surprised I wasn’t as well.

    That’s not to say that WWE RAW was bad last night.  At least, not compared to most other weeks.  The problem isn’t that RAW was boring last night.  It’s that RAW is boring every week.

    So how do we fix this?


  2. WWE RAW 6/16/14 – RAW is somehow not future endeavored

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    If anybody hasn’t seen the tweets from the BoredWrestlingFan Twitter, I’m trying to replace myself as the resident RAW reviewer here on the site.  It’s a volunteer job.  I wish I could pay people to do this.  The job may only be temporary.  I’m still hoping RYTMAN comes back at some point.  Oh well.  Let’s go, shall we?

    I suffer through RAW so you don’t have to.  Read on.


  3. WWE RAW 6/9/14 – BWF 6th Birthday Edition!


    BWF it’s your birthday!  Happy birthday BWF!  Yes, six years ago I started BoredWrestlingFan.com as a site for fans, by fans, and I’ve gotten to do some cool stuff over the years because of it.  Not make any money, mind you, but I got to meet guys like Johnny Gargano and Gregory Iron, get threatened by the late Matt Borne, and talk yoga with Diamond Dallas Page.  I’ve also been stuck doing this RAW review.  Oh well, let’s go.

    30 minutes home, the rest here, blah blah blah just click the link.


  4. WWE RAW 6/2/14: Payback for Payback?

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    Twenty-five years I’ve been watching WWE television, week in, week out, without question.  I never miss RAW, which since 1993 has been the only television show I watch on Monday nights.  Well, aside from watching Nitro on picture-in-picture of course.  But something happened last night that made me question why I’m such a loyal viewer of this program.  I watched an entire 3-hour RAW live on TV.  This was the first time since they made the permanent switch that I’ve watched the show live as it aired without actually being in the arena, and I’ve gotta tell you, I can’t understand how people do this every week.  I found myself checking the time once every 15 minutes or so once I hit the 90 minute mark.  “It’s gotta be close to 11 by now.”  Nope, 10:15.  The fact is, there wasn’t anything really going on to advance storylines or anything either.  So we’re talking 3 hours of filler.  In fact, only the overrun was worth watching.  So today, I’m not going to watch the show over again and review it – I’m going to recap it using Ian’s Intense Post-Payback Raw Recap from AngryMarks.com as a reminder of what, exactly, I watched in those 3 agonizing hours last night.

    Well, this should be interesting.  Let’s go.


  5. WWE RAW 5/19/2014 – What do you know about May 19th?

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    So.  Here’s an interesting predicament.  My computer is not currently allowing me to search Google.  So it might actually be somewhat difficult for me to find images to post in this review.  Apparently some jackass on the same wireless network I’m on was sending automated requests to Google which caused them to Ambrose “nope.”  So, let’s hope for the best!

    I watch 30 minute of RAW then leave for work to watch the rest here and type up what happened, mostly so YOU don’t have to suffer through it yourself.  Aren’t you lucky to know me?


  6. WWE RAW 4/21/14 – Clever title here.

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    Alright.  In the interest of full disclosure, I really don’t feel like doing this right now.  I really don’t care what’s going on tonight on Monday Night RAW, and to be fully honest, I’m much more interested in the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs, despite the fact that the Blues lost and as I’m typing this, the Ducks are losing.  There’s other reasons why I’m not really feeling this, but I will try to let WWE take me away from all the bullshit I’m dealing with right now.  So, screw it, let’s go!

    I only watched an hour before I left.  So, that’s fun.  Hopefully the rest of the show is better. (more…)

  7. WWE RAW 4/14/14 – RAW is WAR(RIOR)


    No wisecracks or jokes to start this week’s RAW review.  WWE has dedicated tonight to honoring the memory of Warrior, and out of respect for Warrior, I will save such nonsense for the performers on the show.  For what it’s worth, the autopsy results are in, Warrior died of heart disease.  While the investigation is still ongoing, it should be noted that the initial reports say natural causes, so no matter what some TV talking head would have you believe, Warrior’s death did not involve drugs or alcohol.



  8. WWE RAW 3/10/14 – #OccupyRAW

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    Here we go again.  Another Monday, another RAW that I have to leave for work in the middle of a great segment involving Daniel Bryan.  But we’ll get to that later.  There’s other stuff that happened first.  Let’s see how much I can remember and how much I actually have to re-watch.  Which might be a lot since I had in-laws over while RAW was on.  Let’s go!

    I watch RAW.  I press “enter” to add line breaks, and they mysteriously vanish by time I read the review on BWF Radio.  Meanwhile, I make no money doing this, and I’m flat broke until payday.  If only I could come up with a way to generate some money…


  9. WWE RAW 3/3/14 – We Want Punk.

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    That Damn Double C’s Dallas Stars beat my Sabres and ended their winning streak tonight.  But that’s hockey talk.  You’re here for wrestling.  You guys want to know what happened on Monday Night RAW.  Did CM Punk show up?  The hell if I know.  I’m still waiting to get RAW to review for you.  I watched most of the show, and I actually didn’t want to leave when I had to because there was a good segment going on.  So, let’s see what I can do from memory before I actually get a copy of the show. I watch until I have to leave.  Then I forget what happened and have to relay it to you as I watch it again.  So yes, I suffer through most of this show TWICE for you.  You’re welcome.  Now go run along to the SmackDown review and tell G how great he is. (more…)