Rainmaker Posted September 5, 2016 Share Posted September 5, 2016 http://i.imgur.com/3DxvQSi.png World Wrestling Entertainment It's 2005, WWE are on a unstoppable train of success only slightly hindered by the leaving of Brock Lesnar. They are still thriving off of the influx of WCW wrestlers whom have all now fully developed into a league of their own alongside the latest development graduates, such as John Cena, Edge and Batista who are ascending the ranks at record pace and grown to become certified main event stars. Both RAW and SmackDown are delivering products that fans love and it seems that Vince McMahon has no intentions of slowing down his success train anytime soon. WWE are truly the Kings of the Wrestling World, so far ahead that every other company can't see them. New Japan Pro Wrestling Elsewhere, New Japan Pro Wrestling are struggling, despite the recent debut and success of Brock Lesnar, Japan's number one promotion are finding it difficult to establish new stars in their current two of the original three Super Juniors, Shinsuke Nakamura and Hiroshi Tanahashi whom are trying to lead New Japan forward after the third Super Junior, Katsuyori Shibata left to pursue a (unsuccessful) career in Mixed Martial Arts. Will a new Stronger Style help New Japan? Will they finally get some High Fly Flow to their matches? Or will they have to wait until a Rainmaker comes along to the bring the money in? Total Nonstop Action Back in America, Total Nonstop Action have begun to truly gain momentum after their stint in weekly Pay Per Views. They seemingly have a locker-room of limitless potential as they are free to take their pickings from the independent scene as with Vince's current standing on independent scene wrestlers they have little threat of Vince McMahon caring enough to outbid them. However, their locker-room is a timebomb with very little seconds left until it goes off, drug addiction, drinking problems and generally all-around assholes and bullies plague the backstage area, especially problematic when it's some of the companies biggest stars such as Scott Hall, Jeff Hardy and Raven, all of whom have friendly relationships with plenty other members of the roster. Can the young stars of TNA have an Impact? Or will this all result in an Xplosion? TNA IMPACT! Shows: Week 1 January 2005 Week 2 January 2005 Week 3 January 2005 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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