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Monday, June 27, 2011

CM Punk Shoots on WWE

During a commercial break, CM Punk proved why he's the best heel in the industry. I feel Team Minor Threat's pain at the future loss of Punk.

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Team Minor Threat drops JOMO

Over the weekend, WrestleNewz reported that John Morrison will be out for at least 2 more months.  After being out of action for nearly two months, Team Minor Threat has decided to replace him.  TMT welcomes the HIGH FLYING, EVAN BOURNE to their roster.

TMT had a few comments about John Morrison and Evan Bourne.

"With John Morrison hurt and not looking to return for what looks to be at least a couple months, if not longer, I decided to replace him with Evan Bourne.  I'm down on points (living up to the name, Minor Threat) and Money in the Bank is the next PPV.  I believe that Evan Bourne could have a great impact in the near future."  
-Team Minor Threat

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Layla no more...

Several weeks ago, Layla officially announced that she had torn her ACL and MCL.  Several days later, she went under the knife to repair her damage knee.  Since this operation, Layla's long road of recovery has begun.  Unfortunately, she is expected to be out of action for at least 6 months.

This week's episode of SmackDown represents the close of the WWE Capitol Punishment scoring round.  Bastion's Boogers has faced the difficult decision of exactly which DIVA will replace Layla.  Since the injury announcement, Brie Bella lost the Diva's Championship to Kelly Kelly on this past Monday Night Raw.  This title change has made BB's decision even more challenging.  After LONG consideration, Bastion's Boogers is proud to announce that their official replacement for Layla will be the former Diva's Champion, Brie Bella.

When asked, "Why Brie Bella?" Bastion's Boogers had this to say:

"Brie Bella and her sister, Nikki, have both been an important piece of the WWE women's division. With their ability to get over with the fans by being either heel or face, it is almost a guarantee they will be on television (and Pay Per View) each and every week. I am personally looking forward to seeing Brie's rematch with Kelly Kelly very soon!"
-Bastion's Boogers  

Rookie Report: Bo Rotundo

Bo Rotundo has been wrestling in FCW since 2008. With a traditional mat based offense that defines the style of "Southern Rasslin'" and an arsenal of quick strikes Bo has become a force to reckon with. A one time FCW Florida Tag Team Champion, and a two time FCW Florida Heavyweight Champion this third generation star has gotten over quite well with the Florida fanbase. Many slate Bo Rotundo to hit the WWE scene as a member of a tag team with his brother Duke Rotundo (AKA NXT and Nexus member Husky Harris). Both are sons of Mike Rotunda (AKA Irwin R. Shyster) and grandsons to the wrestling legend Blackjack Mulligan.

When Tweez Family was asked about their selection of Bo Rotundo in round 9, they had this to say:
"I honestly do not know much about Bo's time in FCW other than he tagged with his brother Husky. I was impressed with Husky's performance while a the WWE.  I'm hoping we see the two form a tag team with-in the WWE."
-Tweez Family

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Team Destiny Officially Replaces KHARMA

Team Destiny has officially replaced KHARMA.  After long consideration, Ezekiel Jackson was selected as her replacement.  With this selection, Team Destiny now holds the Intercontinental Championship, the United States Championship and the WWE Diva's Championship.  Will this help pull Team Destiny out of LAST PLACE?  Will BIG ZEKE prove to be the, "PERSONIFICATION of DOMINATION" for Team Destiny?

"Over the past few weeks, my list of potential replacements has gotten shorter and shorter.  I think Ezekiel will have a decent run with the IC Championship.  I just hope he lives up to his catch phrase."
-Team Destiny

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Capitol Punishment PPV Points Breakdown/Results: SPOILERS

WWE Title Match
R-Truth L (30 Points) vs. John Cena W (85 Points)

World Heavyweight Title Match
Christian L (10 Points) vs. Randy Orton W (50 Points)

Intercontinental Title Match
Ezekiel Jackson W (Not Drafted) vs. Wade Barrett L (0 Points)

WWE United States Title Match
Dolph Ziggler W (50 Points) vs. Kofi Kingston L (5 Points)

The Miz L (15 Points) vs. Alex Riley W (Not Drafted)
Alberto Del Rio W (30 Points) vs. Big Show L (15 Points)
CM Punk W (35 Points) vs. Rey Mysterio L (20 Points)
Match Not Advertised - Jack Swagger L (15 Points) vs. Evan Bourne W (Not Drafted) 

MOFW Update: Capitol Punishment

Tonight is WWE's Capitol Punishment PPV!  There are some big points on the line.  Before we get to that, let's touch base on MOFW's first poll...

"WHO WOULD YOU DRAFT FIRST?"  That was the question asked for 30 days on the MOFW website.  With 68% of the votes, the majority of our voters felt that JOHN CENA should have been MOFW's 1st draft pick.  Did Team Destiny and Bastion's Boogers make a big mistake by passing on John Cena?  Only time will tell.  
Here are the results:

WWE's Capitol Punishment.  Here is the final card as reported by

WWE Title Match
R-Truth vs. John Cena

World Heavyweight Title Match
Christian vs. Randy Orton

Intercontinental Title Match
Ezekiel Jackson vs. Wade Barrett

WWE United States Title Match
Dolph Ziggler vs. Kofi Kingston

The Miz vs. Alex Riley
Alberto Del Rio vs. Big Show
CM Punk vs. Rey Mysterio

The final thing to note, is the importance that this PPV will have on the teams of MOFW.  Several draft picks are officially injured or on medical leave (John Morrison, KHARMA and Layla).  Team Minor Threat, has decided to not replace the injured John Morrison.  However, Team Destiny and Bastion's Boogers will be replacing their injured/inactive members; KHARMA (maternity leave) and Layla (Torn ACL/MCL injury).  These replacements will occur this coming Friday after SmackDown airs on SYFY.  Bastion's Boogers has said they will replace their 8th round Diva with, Natalya.  Team Destiny is being very, "Hush-Hush" about their replacement pick.  With names like Alex Riley and Ezekiel Jackson on tonight's PPV card, it can not be an easy decision.  One thing we know for sure, the end of this week will see some major changes to the teams of MOFW!

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Rookie Report: Seth Rollins

Seth Rollins has been wrestling in FCW since September of 2010. A wrestler on the Independent circuit since 2005, his short career has been full of multiple championship reigns; most notably the ROH World Tag Team Championship (2 times) and the ROH World Championship in Ring Of Honor and the PWG World Tag Team Championship in Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (under the name "Tyler Black"). With a fast and high risk arsenal of moves, Seth Rollins is a crowd pleaser and a true contender for any championship. In his short stint with FCW Seth has been able to obtain the FCW Tag Team Championship and win the “FCW 15“ Jack Briscoe Classic Tournament. Past rivalries on the independent circuit have included battles and victories over stars such as Matt Sydal (current WWE star Evan Bourne) and Bryan Danielson (current WWE star Daniel Bryan).

Seth was the second "Rookie" Draft in the 8th round. When asked, why Seth Rollings, Bastion's Boogers had this to say:

"I've seen Seth Rollins live and in action twice, wrestling for Ring Of Honor in Dayton Ohio. He was then known as Tyler Black and was apart of the faction/tag team Age Of The Fall. Both shows I was highly impressed with his in ring work and high flying abilities. He was able to leave tag team action and break away as a singles star in ROH and I feel it's only a matter of time before he does the same in the WWE."
-Bastion's Boogers

Sunday, June 12, 2011

MOFW’s Wrestling Through the Decades Part 2: The 90’s

At the start of the 1990's, the WWF(WWE) had been dominating the mainstream wrestling market with huge live events like MainEvent, Royal Rumble, Summer Slam, Survivor Series and WrestleMania. The WWF(WWE) SuperStars from the 80's, like Hulk Hogan, Macho Man Randy Savage, Ultimate Warrior and Brett Hart had become household names. In 1993, Hulk Hogan decided to leave the WWF(WWE). After a brief stint in New Japan Pro Wrestling, Hogan officially decided to retire from wrestling and to focus on his Hollywood career as an actor. As the biggest name in wrestling at the time, this was a huge disappointment to the WWF(WWE) audience.

In 1994, Hulk Hogan announced that he would be returning to wrestling. The shocking twist was the fact that Hogan would be calling WCW his new home. The fans knew that this was their chance to see Hogan lock-up with several of their favorite wrestlers, for the very first time.  Hogan's return was a stepping stone as the wrestling industry would continue to heat up a one year later as World Championship Wrestling (WCW), launched a new prime time tv program called, WCW Monday Night Nitro. Nitro was in direct opposition to WWF(WWE)'s well established, Monday Night Raw. The month's that followed saw many wrestling jumping ship back and forth between WCW and the WWF. This time from is now referred to as the Monday Night Wars. Due to this fierce competition, we only feel it's fair to focus on 20 of the top superstars/Wrestlers in the 90's from the WWF(WWE) and WCW

We’ve slimmed down the MOFW rules accordingly and finished researching the PPVs of wrestling’s past.

Part 2: The 90’s

20 - The Ultimate Warrior – 445 Points
The 90’s started out strong for the Warrior. April 1st, 1990 saw a match of EPIC proportions as The Ultimate Warrior would put his IC championship on the line for an opportunity to capture the WWF Championship, for the first and only time, from Hulk Hogan. This match took place at WrestleMania VI. Warrior held the title for roughly 8 months until he dropped the belt to Sgt. Slaughter at 1991’s Royal Rumble. He’d go on to have several feuds with The Macho KING, The Undertaker and Jake the Snake Roberts until he was fired from the WWF in 1991. Warrior made his return to the WWF in 1992, at WrestleMania VIII. By the end of `92, the Warrior would go into a 4 year long, semi-retirement. Warrior made a short lived return to the WWF on Monday Night Raw, in 1996. 1998 saw the Warrior make his final mainstream wrestling return, at WCW, where he opposed Hollywood Hogan’s nWo with his oWn (One Warrior Nation). After 3 PPV appearances, the Warrior disappeared from the wrestling industry yet again. He announced his official retirement in 1999.

19 – GOLDBERG – 575 Points
September 22, 1997 saw the WCW debut of “DA MAN,” GOLDBERG. Goldberg was quickly developed and pushed as an unstoppable force. Early 1998 saw Goldberg on an, “Undefeated Streak.” He received his first title shot against Raven, for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship (early 1998). Goldberg defeated Raven on Nitro for his 75th straight victory and his first professional wrestling championship. Several months later in July (1998), Goldberg would defeat Hollywood Hogan for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship. It is important to note that both of Goldberg’s major title captures occurred at NON-PPV events. As a result, he would not score any points. Goldberg did have several successful US Championship defenses on PPV’s before vacating the title as a result of capturing the WCW World Heavyweight Title. He would defend his title for several months. Just when it looked as if no one could stop him, he suffered his first defeat at the hands of Kevin Nash at 1998’s Starrcade. Though Goldberg had several feuds through the end of the `90’s, he never held another major singles title. All though his time in wrestling was short, his impact was definitely felt.

18 – The Giant / Big Show – 790 Points
Paul Wight made his professional wrestling debut in 1995. Calling himself The Giant, he claimed to be the son of the late, Andre the Giant. Shortly after his debut, The Giant would capture the WCW World Heavyweight Championship at 1995’s Halloween Havoc by defeating Hulk Hogan via DQ (special stipulation). He would later be stripped of the title due to a controversial victory at Halloween Havoc. Roughly six months later, The Giant would recapture the WCW World Heavyweight Title by defeating Ric Flair on WCW Nitro (NON PPV Victory NO POINTS). He would hold the title for 3 months until he was defeated by Hollywood Hogan. This was The Giant’s last singles title at WCW. He would go on to be a 3 time WCW World Tag Team Champion. Two of these championship capturing victories were at PPV’s. Paul Wight left WCW in February of 1999. He reappeared on WWF television as Mr. McMahon’s bodyguard, THE BIG SHOW. Teaming with The Undertaker as the Unholy Alliance, they would capture the World Tag Team Championships twice in 1999, one being at the PPV SummerSlam. The Big Show would finally capture his first WWF Championship on November, 14, 1999, at the Survivor Series PPV.

17 – Rocky Maivia / The Rock – 855 Points
Johnson made his WWF debut as Rocky Maivia, at 1996’s Survivor Series (winning as the Sole Survivor). Rocky Mavia was WWF’s first 3rd Generation Superstar. He received a large push as soon as he debuted. He captured the Intercontinental Championship on February 13th, 1997, at a Monday Night Raw event (NON PPV No POINTS). Rocky would drop the belt 2 months later the Owen Hart. Johnson would change his name and persona from the fan hated, baby face, Rocky Mavia, to the arrogant and bad-mouth, The Rock. The Rock would be awarded the IC Championship on December 8, 1997 at a Raw show. He would hold the IC Championship for just over 9 months before losing to Triple H on August, 30, 1998 at the SummerSlam PPV. The Rock quickly transitioned to main event status by capturing the WWF Championship on November 15, 1998 at the Survivor Series PPV. All of the Rock’s WWF Championship reigns were short lived as he lost the title twice to Mankind (Mick Foley) in early 1999. By the end of 1999, The Rock had held the WWF Championship 3 times, his last reign in the 90’s ending at the hands of Stone Cold Steve Austin at WrestleMania XV. Although the Rock and Sock Connection held the WWE Tag Team Championship twice by the end of the 1999, the victories were on Monday Night Raw events (NON PPV).

16 – Hunter Hearst Helmsley / Triple H – 875 Points
Paul Michael Lévesque, better known as Triple H, started out at World Championship Wrestling (WCW) in 1994, as Terra Ryzing. A name change in mid-1994 to Jean-Paul Lévesque, accompanied by a, “French” gimmick did not advance his career with WCW. Paul left WCW in January of 1995, after being denied a push in singles competition. He debut in the WWF in April of 1995 as the, “Connecticut Blueblood" Hunter Hearst Helmsley. Hunter’s career hit a short stalling point until 1996, when he began to feud with Marc Mero (formerly Johnny B. Badd of WCW). On October 12, 1996, Hunter defeated Mero for the IC Championship (Raw Event - NON PVP). Hunter held the IC Championship for almost four months until he dropped the belt to Rocky Mavia. Hunter feuded with Goldust and finally defeated him at WrestleMania XIII. His career picked up steam in 1997 when he won the King of the Ring tournament. Later that year (1997), Shawn Michaels, Hunter, Chyna and Rick Rude formed D-Generation X (DX). Hunter went through yet another name change, to Triple H. DX had a long running feud with the Hart Foundation. Once the feud ended, Triple H feuded with Owen Hart over the European Title; which Triple H held twice totaling 5 months from December 2007 to July 2008. During Hunter’s feud with Owen, Shawn Michaels, the leader of DX, had suffered a legitimate back injury that forced him into an early retirement. As a result, Triple H assumed the role as leader of DX. On August 30, 1998, Triple H regained the IC Championship for 2 months until he was forced to drop the belt due to an injury. Triple H captured his first WWF Championship on August 23, 1999, at a Raw event (NON PPV NO POINTS). He held the title for roughly 3 weeks. He regained the WWE Championship on September 26, 1999. He held the title this time for nearly 2 months.

To be continued...

One more day.

The excitement is building for us here at MOFW.  Monday begins the scoring round for WWE's Capitol Punishment PPV.  WHO will be in the main event on Raw and Smackdown?!

If you have not voted on who you would draft first it's not too late.  Just a FEW more days to go until the next poll is posted.

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Rookie Report: Brett DiBiase

Brett DiBiase has been wrestling in FCW since 2008. A third generation star, Brett is the grandson of wrestlers "Iron" Mike DiBiase and Helen Hild, and son to "The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase. His brothers Mike and Ted Jr. are also professional wrestlers. To date Brett DiBiase's strongest showing has been in tag team wrestling. Brett is a one time FCW Tag Team Champion with his partner Joe Hennig (AKA NXT and Nexus star Michael McGillicutty). After the loss of the FCW Tag Team Championship titles a feud began between Hennig and DiBiase. Fighting against one another the former team mates battled to a double disqualification. At the rematch Brett suffered a serious injury to his knee that required surgery. During his rehabilitation time Brett joined the FCW commentary team. Currently Brett has been working as a referee due to complications with his knee, and many hope to see him make a full recovery. Full of potential, many expect Brett to team with brothers in the near future.

Brett was the first "Rookie" Draft in the 8th round.  When asked why Brett DiBiase, Team Destiny had this to say:

"Over the past year, there have been many rumors of a stable forming (The Fortunate Sons) with, Ted and Brett DiBiase.  With Ted on my team, Brett seemed like the logical choice.  Once Brett's knee heals, I hope we see him on WWE television."
-Team Destiny