Atomic Drops: NIGHT OF CHAMPIONS (2014): There’s More To Being Champion Than Destroying People

Originally posted on Atomic Anxiety:

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Night of Champions (2014) – Bridgestone Arena (Nashville, TN) – September 21, 2014 – Main Event: WWE World Heavyweight Championship: John Cena vs. Brock Lesnar (c) (with Paul Heyman) – Announcers: Michael Cole, John Bradshaw Layfield, Jerry “the King” Lawler; Interviews: Byron Saxton; Pre-Show: Renee Young, Booker T, Alex Riley, and Big Show.

One month previous, Brock Lesnar and John Cena put on one of the most unbelievable title matches in pro wrestling history. Lesnar dominated Cena in a way that title matches simply do not unfold. It was, as I said in my review of SUMMERSLAM, a terrible match and an amazing story as Lesnar and Cena turned their WWE Heavyweight Championship match into a squash match.

Over the past month, Cena arrived like no beat down had been given, back to his typical old cartoon self. (I’m pretty sure if Cena gets his hand flattened by a…

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Shiva Season: Week 3 Must Have Stars and Diamond Players

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Different variations of the old adage “You don’t know what you have until it’s gone,” kept popping into my head this week. With all the dumbassery (props to the Lex and Terry show for that word) that has come out not just this week, but all season about football players at both the college (Jameis Winston) and pro level (Ray Rice, Ray McDonald, Adrian Peterson), it just seemed like a fitting phrase. Not to mention the injuries that piled up in week 2 for many teams.

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Geeks of Gridiron: Week 3 – Setting the Pace

photo courtesy of examiner.com

photo courtesy of examiner.com

Week 2 Review
Week 1 ended with everyone within two games of each other. After two weeks, the lineup is still the same, with two games still separating the leaders from the bottom feeders of the group. Nobody was able to stand out as the best record for week 2 was 8-8, accomplished by B Hyphen and the rookie Diamond Jim. The .500 performances was enough to put both into the four way tie for first. The reigning champ and Nocturne Tom Deja, both of which led after week 1, went 7-9 in week 2 and are the other two fighting on the top step of the ladder with B Hyphen and the rookie. The Buzz-Saw and Triple S also went 7-9, while the Howitzer double G had a case of bad choices, going 6-10. He’ll look for some medication to remedy the problem in week 3.

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Promos By Hyphen: The WWE Network, The Present & The Future

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When Stardust and Goldust became heels a few weeks ago, my opinions on hating that Cody Rhodes had become Stardust did a 180 and I was onboard immediately. I made a mental note to dedicate my next column to THE BALLAD OF CODY RHODES.

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