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Fantasy Booking: A new Faction takes WWE by storm.

NOTE: I am fully aware that the chances of this situation actually panning out are virtually zero. Thought came to me earlier and I figured I’d share it with you guys.

Seth Rollins, Daniel Bryan, Cesaro. Arguably the three best in-ring performers that WWE has on their payroll today.

Imagine this: Vince buys out TNA which opens the door for Ring of Honor to take their rightful place as the US’s #2 wrestling promotion. Ring of Honor then gets a TV deal and begins to play up all of its past talent that now works in the WWE. The three main selling points? You guessed it: Seth Rollins, Daniel Bryan and Cesaro.

At first, the three men remain separate entities and ignore ROH’s talk altogether. Eventually, they join forces realizing that they all need to fight for their original home promotion. They aim to help ROH attempt to usurp the WWE as the US’s wrestling superpower.

Bryan, Rollins and Cesaro claim that their faction has no leader. Until another former ROH mainstay shows his face on WWE TV:

Kevin Steen.

Steen is, in my opinion, the best promo guy in the business. Having wrestled around the indies for more than a decade, he’s more than credible enough to lead this faction against the WWE.

Throw in other Indy companies like CZW and New Japan and we could have another Alliance-type angle on our hands, but with younger, fresher and unknown talent that deserves more of the spotlight.

Man, I have way too much time on my hands.




The fact that Jon Stewart loves wrestling as much as I do makes me love Jon Stewart even more.

My newest fantasy is to get baked & watched a ppv with Jon Stewart. 

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When am I going see this dude on NXT TV?! His tweets are teasing me so much. UGH!


When am I going see this dude on NXT TV?! His tweets are teasing me so much. UGH!



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i-never-stop-lookingx said: I feel like Corey Graves would fit the most because he has that dark badass character...

I agree! That’s why I think that he’s most likely to be the 3rd member if there is one.

My picks for Seth Rollins’ replacement in The Shield

Oh man, is this heartbreaking to write. There is not one group in WWE history other than the original Degeneration-X that I have loved more than The Shield. With their implosion on Monday night, these guys are who I’d like to see most as the Shield’s new member. (Don’t worry, I’ll save the most interesting for last 😏)

1. Tyson Kidd - Arguably one of the best workers in the E. Can fit the high flyer role that Rollins did. Doesn’t have the charisma that Rollins does, but his ring work alone makes me want to see what Kidd can do in a prominent storyline.

2. Cody Rhodes - Like Kidd, he can also fill the high flyer role in The Shield. But unlike him, he’s got gobs of charisma. Maybe he’s not the rugged, brawling type, but it’d be cool to see Rhodes put on the SWAT gear for a while.

3. Bad News Barrett - One of my personal favorites, he adds a completely new element to the Shield. Unlike the other 3, Barrett’s not a pretty boy. He’s not animated like Ambrose, flashy like Rollins, and he’s not a total powerhouse like Reigns, despite his size. Bad News just wants to bash your skull in with a Bullhammer and call it a day.

4. Corey Graves - Honestly, Graves is who I think will actually join the Shield if there will be a new member. He fits like a glove. He’s got the bad boy look with an in-ring style totally unique. He shares Ambrose and Reigns’ brash confidence. And come on, he’d look sick in SWAT gear with those tattoo sleeves.

5. Brock Lesnar - This is a HUGE longshot, I know. But, hear me out. Brock is money. Like the Shield, this guy delivers in every match you put him in. When Brock shows up, Brock does what he does best. He beats people up. He gives the Shield that new element of, “I don’t care what the people think, I’m just hear to beat someone up.” Much like how the Shield were when they debuted. Plus, Brock has yet to play babyface since his return last year, and that’s something I want to see before he’s gone again.

Fill up my ask with questions/comments about who you’d like to see in the Shield!