We’re From Winnipeg, You IDIOT!

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There’s a large city in the middle of nowhere in the central province of Canada, Manitoba. Manitoba is a vast flat landscape bridging Eastern Canada (Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes) with Western Canada (Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia), with a population of only 1.3 million people. Toronto has more people living in it. Yet Winnipeg, […] READ MORE


OT Fernandez: Bringing back glory to WWC’s Jr. Heavyweight Title

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The Junior Heavyweight Championship has had a weird mark in wrestling. Almost every big promotion has a championship of this kind, with a weight limit of 205 or 220, displaying young, up and coming talent and being the usual openers for every event. It is a championship subject of appreciation. New Japan gives their belt a lot of […] READ MORE


The Canada 150, Part 2: Bulldog Bob to Johnny Devine

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Part 2 in our series looking at 150 Canadian names in pro wrestling, in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday. Part 2 of the Canada 150, an alphabetical listing of Canadians’ impact on pro wrestling from the 1920’s to today. “BULLDOG” BOB BROWN Former Manitoba police officer “Bulldog” Bob Brown turned to professional wrestling in the […] READ MORE