Genetically Superior: The Story of the Anderson Family

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(DISCLAIMER: The following is a work of fiction incorporating the kayfabe storylines of the Anderson “family” in pro wrestling’s history. It has been embellished for entertainment purposes.) Professional wrestling is full of legendary families. There are more multi-generational families in the sport today than eve before, with many creating family trees that have created legacies […] READ MORE


The WWE Hall of Fame: An Historical Overview

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One of my favourite moments of this year’s Wrestlemania weekend actually happened during the week, not the three-day spectacle that ended it. And it didn’t happen during a broadcast or anywhere on the Network. It was discovering via Twitter that WWE was adding a Legacy Award section to the annual WWE Hall of Fame ceremony. […] READ MORE


The Hot Tag: The Rise, Fall and Rebirth of Tag Team Wrestling

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Unless your name is Vince McMahon, tag team wrestling is an integral part of professional wrestling. It’s long been claimed that the head of the WWE Empire is no fan of tag team wrestling, but historically it’s been a part of wrestling that has served a purpose beyond the lazy creative of simply pairing two known names together […] READ MORE


Fights of Fancy: Dash and Dawson vs The Brainbusters

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Fantasizing about dream match ups is part of being a professional wrestling fan.  For years I read magazines like Pro Wrestling Illustrated, Inside Wrestling, and The Wrestler, intrigued by their fantasy match ups.  I would then grab my action figures and create my own fantasy tournaments, where I would decide who was the best of all time.  […] READ MORE


Fights of Fancy: The Super Powers vs The Mega Powers

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Fantasizing about dream match ups is part of being a professional wrestling fan.  For years I read magazines like Pro Wrestling Illustrated, Inside Wrestling, and The Wrestler, intrigued by their fantasy match ups.  I would then grab my action figures and create my own fantasy tournaments, where I would decide who was the best of all time.  […] READ MORE


Straight Outta UFC: Tyron Woodley To Act in NWA Biopic

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Though most people know Tyron Woodley for his punishing power inside the cage, the UFC welterweight will showcase his talents on the big screen in N.W.A: Straight Outta’ Compton. Speaking with Patrick Whitney (P.A.W.) of The Main Event Zone, Woodley went into detail about his time on set with rap legends Ice Cube and Dr.Dre, […] READ MORE


Fog of War: TNA vs. GFW

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“There’s a wonderful phrase: ‘the fog of war.’ What “the fog of war” means is: war is so complex it’s beyond the ability of the human mind to comprehend all the variables. Our judgment, our understanding, are not adequate” – Robert McNamara, “The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the life of Robert McNamara” While […] READ MORE


Dusty Rhodes: The Uncommon Man

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Dusty Rhodes is one of my favourite wrestlers ever. There has never been a time in my life when he wasn’t on my wrestling radar in some way, and for that I’m truly grateful. Hearing of Dusty’s passing was unexpected and it was obvious from the outpouring of emotion online that I wasn’t the only […] READ MORE


Who Did It Best: Cutter

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Who Did It Best is a weekly column where we take a look at two or more wrestlers who use the same finishing maneuver, be it a grapple or running move, or a submission hold. As we break down the move’s origins, and what each wrestler accomplished while using it, we come to a conclusion on […] READ MORE


Who Did It Best: Sasori-Gatame

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Who Did It Best is a weekly column where we take a look at two or more wrestlers who use the same finishing maneuver, be it a grapple or running move, or a submission hold. As we break down the move’s origins, and what each wrestler accomplished while using it, we come to a conclusion on […] READ MORE