Track Of The Day

Today Track of The Day comes from the busiest artist in the industry.""is a song that has layers to it. This is the type of track that rewards multiple listens. So Enjoy!!

Track Of The Day Is Back

Track of the day has returned with a banger. "Royce Da 5'9- Caterpilla Ft Eminenm. Their aren't a sufficient amount of words too describe the true greatness of this song. From beginning to end this is nearly a perfect track, from the original beat to the distinct title of the track. Royce continues to demonstrate that he should be considered a top lyricist today and for quite some time. His biggest strength is originality and the refusal of sounding like any other performer in the industry. Eminem is just icing on the cake with how just simple and easy makes rapping sound. This is 5 star track that you would be wise to take a listen.

Mark Henry To Join 2018 WWE Hall Of Fame Class

 

 

 

Today WWE announced that "The World Strongest Man", Mark Henry, will be joining this year's Hall Of Fame Class of 2018. While Henry is definitely worthy of the consideration; it's a very hasty nomination considering he's been retired less than a year. The former "World Strongest Man" has been in the business since '96, and his very erratic career is undoubtedly worthy of reminiscence. The introductory portion of his career standing along names as Rock, Godfather, Farooq, D-Low Brown, and of course his frivolous relationship with the late Mae Young. Now, there are supposedly reserved reasons for such a below par push to start a career, but in 2008 Mark began to take his character in a much darker pathway which began to change the 400 pound's perception to long time WWE viewers. In late 2011, Henry went on a unparalleled run for him where Mark developed his most influential character the monster who put whoever stood in front of him in the "Hall OF Pain". During this run, WWE really went all in with Henry; out muscling  other WWE giants such as Kane, Big Show, and Sheamus. Then, when after leaving a "path of destruction" in story line; it was time for Henry to capture The World Title from mainstay Randy Orton for the first and only time. While his title run wasn't very extensive at all; it was proof that WWE spent 10 years misusing Henry's true main event talent but when it was Marks time to step up to the plate he knocked the ball out of the park every time. Although he never won the strap again, he continued to be pushed has a top guy, but sadly the next 2 years were unfortunately riddled with incomplete programs that could never seem to reach its peak potential due to several untimely injuries from Henry. However while there is an argument that this is way too soon, congratulations are in order for Sexual Chocolate

Elimination Chamber

 

 

Overall this show was is a very skip-able stop on the way to WrestleMania, but not a bad show all the favorites won their match and Mania is defiantly falling into place. (5/10)

  • Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss won the first-ever Women’s Elimination Chamber Match  (Analysis: With a pretty slow start this was not like a show stealer, but half way through the match it picked up intensity especially with all the green women were cleared out of the ring. Sasha continued to tease the obviouus heel turn coming against best friend Bailey and everyone can see it except for the person its about to happene to thats a story telling problem)
  • Raw Tag Team Champions Cesaro & Sheamus def. Titus Worldwide  (Analysis: Nothing Fued, Nothing Match, Nothing Result)
  • Asuka def. Nia Jax  (Analysis: Good match, good story told, right person definitely won)
  • Ronda Rousey put Triple H through a table, got slapped by Stephanie McMahon during her official Raw Contract Signing  (Analysis: Steph, Hunter, and Kurt were obviously the stars of the segment, but while Ronda promo was weak(to put it nicely) she still had a good presence in the ring and came across as a big star.)  
  • “Woken” Matt Hardy def. Bray Wyatt  (Analysis: I didn't know this was still going on...Bray Wyatt needs to be taken of TV for a minimum of 3 months probably longer because everything hes touches just dies a slow painfull death.)
  • Roman Reigns won the first-ever Seven-Man Elimination Chamber Match to challenge Universal Champion Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania  (Analysis: It was really all about one man..."THE BIG DOG"...yes the whole match was booked with the specific goal to make Roman look strong as possible. So instead of having Roman wrestle the entire match and prove to smart fans he can have that type of performance on a big show, he did his 6 moves of doom slept most of the match and finally pinned the man who pinned everyone else. Yea so its safe to say the main event  Roman vs Brock will not be the most anticipated match of the night 

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