Category Archives: Wrestling

Bump in the Road – Part 2: Halifax Emotional Explosion

(Bump in the Road is a multi-part story detailing my attempts to get into wrestling school and the wrestling business.. Part One discusses my growing up on wrestling and some brief backyard wrestling.) In Spring of 1999, I moved in with … Continue reading

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Bump in the Road – Part 1: Prologue & Backyard Wrestling

(Bump in the Road is a multi-part story detailing my attempts to get into wrestling school and the wrestling business. Part 1 details my personal background, why I loved wrestling growing up, and things I did before wrestling school, including backyard … Continue reading

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What WWE is Missing: Then vs. Now

I’ll be honest: I rarely even bother watching wrestling anymore. When I was younger, I would eat, sleep, and breathe wrestling. I would get upset if I missed a show, whether televised or on pay-per-view. These days, I’ll follow the … Continue reading

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What WWE is Missing: No More Authority Shenanigans

WWE has always had corporate figureheads. I grew up watching Jack Tunney making the big decisions like announcing Hulk Hogan vs. The Ultimate Warrior at WrestleMania VI. Others maybe remember Gorilla Monsoon. Most, however, I’d hazard to guess, will remember … Continue reading

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WARRIOR! Come Out and Play! Wait, no, hang on…

It’d be a hilarious trainwreck to see Warrior back in WWE for a few matches, Though I think the most we’ll see from him are these promos for the game, similar to when Macho Man promoted WWE All Stars.

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What WWE is Missing: Mid-Card Importance

When I was growing up watching wrestling, I knew there was a difference between the World title and the Intercontinental title: the World title was for the big, slower moving guys and the Intercontinental was for the smaller guys, more … Continue reading

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What WWE is Missing: In Defence of the PG Era

It’s likely a bad idea to read YouTube or wrestling news comments, but like a train wreck, it’s impossible to look away. The most common gripe against WWE is they need to stop being a PG-rated product. “They need to … Continue reading

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