Michael Cole and Big Show review footage of Big Show's heated rivalry with boxing great Floyd "Money" Mayweather and go in-depth on the epic WrestleMania XXIV clash.12/15/2017 - 17:30
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Make your own WWE-themed barbeque! (cont.)
TORTURE RACK OF RIBS
It’s a physical dissection worthy of Ezekiel Jackson, getting monster-sized spare ribs ready for your guests. But man, they’ll thank you for it. Remove the rib flap and plastic membrane coating the bone, apply J.R.'s Main Event Mustard and a dry rub on both sides, then smoke and slow-cook for approximately six hours. Watch some WWE DVDs while you wait, then cave in to barbeque nirvana.
The necessary evil for all barbeques and picnics. Goes great as a helping on the side, though its texture and flavor are an acquired taste, and one can only stomach so much.
PICKLE SPEARS! SPEARS! SPEARS!
Really? Do we need to go on some Rated-R tirade so we can explain to you the culinary impact that vertically wedged dill pickles provide any burger or salad? Didn’t think so.
WE TOOK CARE OF DINNER - YOU COME UP WITH DESSERT!
We provided you with a pretty decent spread, even if we did forget the Bret Hartichokes and Bob Backlund Chicken Wings. But we're hungry for more fun, so we want YOU to come up with some names for WWE-themed desserts! After all, who wouldn't enjoy a bowl of Triple H's Pedigreen Gelatin & Marshmallows, a helping of John Cena's Five-Knuckle Truffle, or a slice of Sin Carrot Cake?
Don't forget to share your dessert names and concoctions with the WWE Universe on Facebook.