There is no doubt about the damage Hurricane Sandy has inflicted upon this city - New York City. With Sandy all but done imposing her will on us, the damage across the city is possibly the worst I have seen in my lifetime. Part of this is way the subway system has been rendered paralyzed in usage. It has been noted by many MTA officials that the damage is the worst in the 108 year of the subway system. In a video released by the MTA, it reveals the damage and flooding done by Sandy to one of the stations at the South Seaport station. The video is unbelievable, and for New Yorkers, very eerie to see. Also below are some other videos released revealing the damage to other areas.
Well, following that premium live event, in the words of Cody Rhodes... "whaddya wanna talk about?" The obvious is there, right? CM Punk, somehow, makes a bid for another moment-of-the-year candidate for wrestling fans with another "return" - his second over the last four years. This one, back to the WWE, in what felt like the most improbable of opportunities. But as we've learned, WWE truly is where you "never say never". You can go in so many directions on this one. But without going too far down a road that hasn't developed or we have some headlights on, it's quite clear that WWE is absolutely crushing the wrestling business right now, and adding anything - or anyone - to that continued record success is the mission. They. Are. Not. Settled. Second, the unveil I thought was great. Just absolute pro wrestling at its peak. As soon as the guitar riff to "Cult of Personality" hit and the familiar graphics hit the screens, my immedia