Mike Murphy

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Monthly Archives: July 2014

WWE.com — Adam Rose def. Fandango (Kickoff Match)

“It was a happy birthday for Adam Rose tonight, as his WWE Battleground party went unspoiled, thanks in part to his opponent Fandango’s scorned former partners: Layla and Summer Rae.”

Article: www.wwe.com/shows/wwebattleground/2014/adam-rose-fandango
Photo Gallery: www.wwe.com/shows/wwebattleground/2014/adam-rose-vs-fandango-photos

WWE.com — The Top 10 Matches of 2014 … So Far

“2014 is only seven months old, and there’s already been enough great wrestling in WWE to fill up three calendar years and 15 year-end recaps.

Ordinarily, we at WWE.com wait until the end of the year to unveil our definitive best-of lists, but there’s been too much good stuff already not to pause and acknowledge the work of the Superstars and Divas up to this point. So, WWE.com presents our somewhat hasty but thoroughly argued-over list of the top 10 bouts of 2014 so far.”

Link: http://www.wwe.com/inside/top-10-matches-of-2014-so-far

GamerNode — The Wolf Among Us: Episode 5 – Cry Wolf Review

“It’s been a long, winding road for Bigby Wolf in The Wolf Among Us. Enduring the scrutiny of the entire Fabletown community in a case wrought with dramatic twists and turns, things have finally come to an end here in Cry Wolf. And while some may have been frightened by the lack of development in the previous episode, In Sheep’s Clothing, I can assure them that it merely served as the setup to a grand finale befitting the game’s comic book and noir influences.”

Link: http://www.gamernode.com/reviews/the-wolf-among-us-episode-5-cry-wolf-review/

WWE.com — Editors’ Choice: 10 hidden gems on WWE Network

“With more than 2,000 hours of content — including original programming and every WWE, WCW and ECW pay-per-view ever — the WWE Network video-on-demand library can feel, dare we say, a bit overwhelming at times.

We feel your pain. We, too, have found ourselves scheduling (and rescheduling) dinner parties to accommodate group viewings of SummerSlam 2002. For the first time, we’re asking questions like, ‘How many Diesel matches can be crammed into a single day?’

But so much of what WWE Network has to offer falls just beneath the surface. Beyond the obvious go-to choices like WrestleMania, Royal Rumble and ‘Legends’ House,’ there resides a huge catalog of classic Raw and SmackDown replays, as well as an extensive ‘Vault’ section dedicated to trailblazing series from bygone wrestling territories and organizations. Expand your horizons and check out these 10 shows featuring universes of unique characters and conflicts … “

Link: http://www.wwe.com/inside/10-hidden-gems-on-wwe-network

GamerNode — Battlefield Hardline Hands-On Preview

“Over the last few years, EA has taken the Battlefield series and turned it into a fully-fledged yet stereotypical modern military shooter. Though successful, the fatigue that gamers are feeling thanks to a multitude of installments in this genre has EA believing that it’s time to change up the series once again. In a surprising twist, this change takes it into the realm of cops and robbers with Battlefield Hardline.”

Link: http://www.gamernode.com/battlefield-hardline-hands-on-preview/