The biggest wrestling show of this past weekend was WWE Stomping Groundsthe but it was not the best or most important. When I recovered from the crash, my mind and soul were rejuvenated. BOYZ is one of the brands of DDT Pro Wrestling, the Japanese promotion that features a variety of wrestling styles but is most widely known for its more absurd comedy matches, some of which have taken place in places like campgrounds and office buildings.
If WWE is serious about the powerful part of their "sexy, smart and powerful" mantra, then signing Carano should be a top priority. WWE has typically chosen Divas for their looks over their skills, but Carano is proof that the two qualities can coexist. The smoking hot and physically imposing MMA fighter would bring in a new audience and her fighting skills would make the transition to wrestling relatively easy.
Skip to main content. A hell of a lot, as it turns out. Just ask Steve Austin.
Those of you familiar with the fight scene in Japan, particularly Pride FC and the kickboxing platform K-1, will likely remember the names of competitors of color like Bob Sapp and Bobby Ologun. One thing these platforms have in common is that they are male-dominated. But female fighters have also taken to the rings here in Japan.
Over the years there has been a varied history of Japanese Superstars who have crossed the seas to try their luck with the WWE. Presumably sending Big Show out on the biggest show of the year looking like he was dressed in a nappy was some sort of punishment. This led to the match being declared a no-contest, but the valiant Inoki refused to accept the title leaving it, in the eyes of the Japanese fans and press, vacant.
When Asuka was brought into NXT, she was introduced as something different. She was promoted as a warrior with a quirky personality and the ability to completely destroy her opponents. The sky is the limit for Asuka, and WWE is more than happy to promote her as the future of the division and one of their brightest stars.
Thanks for connecting! You're almost done. Connect to your existing Cracked account if you have one or create a new Cracked username. Professional wrestling is crazy by nature -- you can't get fans to tune in for a couple of guys pretend-fighting for an hour; you need to spice it up.
Rebecca Quin  born 30 January is an Irish professional wrestler. Quin began training as a professional wrestler in June Initially working in Ireland and occasionally teaming with her brother using the ring name Rebecca Knoxshe soon expanded her career into the rest of Europe and North America on the independent circuitwrestling regularly for various promotions.