The change continues as I am not sure that I will heading back to the "Too Little Too Late" series before the end of the year. We will be shifting to another old series and recall one of the lesser known stars of late WCW. Early on in his career Jerry Tuite had some matches as member of Extreme Championship Wrestling on spot show events. However, Jerry's first taste of success would come as a member of WCW under the name of The Wall and interestingly enough he would also work for ECW on two house shows while under contract with WCW.
With names like Hellraiser, The Wall, Sgt Awol, Malice, and others it isn't too surprising that the man named Jerry never really had a lot of success in wrestling. Though most people would probably point to his in-ring ability as the reason his career never took off; based on him never really seeming comfortable in the ring over the course of his wrestling career. I remember The Wall standing on top of a hotel during a WCW Nitro in Florida laughing at Hulk Hogan looking more like a super villain than a wrestler.
Overall his names were alright and his size really should've given him something to work with, but he was more like 911 and not enough like Van Hammer. Though some of you might think comparing The Wall to Hammer isn't really a good comparison, but I wasn't going to compare him to someone with talent. Now Jerry did go on to have a short run in TNA Wrestling during the early days of the promotion, but it didn't really last.
The reality is that sometimes series hit their peak and over the years I have found that in a lot of cases normally with the monthly series I try and push. Though none of the current monthly series have come to an end at this point as I do believe that both series especially the Monday Morning QB series still have a lot of meat on the bone. However, I will point out that the clock is ticking on the "Too Little Too Late" series which is why I will begin to mix things up by bring in some older series from time to time to help keep the current series going for the time being.
Moving to the first edition of "Moment in Time" for the first time in a long time. Though some fans might disagree with the impact of the current Raw Women's Champion debuting in the company. I would have to disagree with that, because in my opinion the arrival of Ronda Rousey was just another step in the change of perception for women in the WWE. With this being the case it was an incredible when we finally saw the "Baddest Woman on the Planet" in a WWE ring for the first time. At this point her Wrestlemania match was the first of many incredible moments still to come in the WWE career of Ronda Rousey. If you don't remember the match her take a look below: