Yes, Mexico advanced to the round of 16 for a sixth straight World Cup. And yes, for a sixth straight World Cup, they were ousted in the round of 16. But if not for a very late collapse and a controversial-- some might say horrible-- penalty call in stoppage time, Mexico would find themselves playing Costa Rica in the quarterfinals
Continuing our countdown of top stables, we come to one that made a major splash to enter the World Wrestling Federation-- and almost as quickly fade away as a stable. The stable included four up-and-coming wrestlers who originally met in Extreme Championship Wrestling and were among the young, sometimes heavily ignored, talent in World Championship Wrestling
Well we are almost at the end of the 2014 World Cup Brazil, having reached the Semifinals. Just like most NCAA Basketball Tournaments, the final four teams are a lot of the usual suspects. On one end we have a five-time winner facing a three-time winner, and a two-time winner faces off against a three-time runner-up
Our next stable is the only stable that was created and existed entirely outside of either the WWF or WCW. The stable, however, did include some of the biggest names to come out of WCW and WWF. How can you not expect a stable that includes Sting, Kurt Angle, Kevin Nash, Booker T, and Scott Steiner to do anything but find a way to dominate their promotion during their existence
The biggest thing to take away from the performance of the United States national at this year's World Cup it that Jurgen Klinsmann definitely has the team heading in the right direction. While some huge names from this year's team will have probably seen their last World Cup appearance, the performances of the young players Klinsmann brought to the tournament shows that the future of futbol in the United States is bright
We have now reached the Quarterfinals of the 2014 World Cup Brazil. The Round of 16 provided many moments of excitement and some near upsets. Five of the eight matches went to extra time, two went all the way to penalty kick shootouts, and two had all the goals scored in extra time
Born Christopher Keith Irvine, the son of NHL hockey player Ted Irvine, Chris Jericho would go on to amass among the most successful wrestling careers in the history of professional history. While amassing plenty of wrestling gold, Jericho would also join the band Fozzy and accomplish his two major childhood goals-- become a professional wrestler and become a rock star
Beginning in the 1980's, when professional wrestling was beginning its transition from territorial promotions to major national promotions, promoters needed something to spark the battle between heels and faces
As we have reached the end of our countdown of the ten best tag teams ever, there is no doubt that the greatest tag team in professional wrestling history is The Road Warriors/Legion of Doom. The muscle-bound physique of both Michael "Hawk" Hegstrand and Joseph "Animal" Laurinaitis brought a new look to what fans expected from tag teams
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