Took in the Ric Flair 30 For 30 Documentary

I just finished watching the ESPN 30 For 30 documentary on Ric Flair and….I have no idea where to start. The more I think about it, the more appropriate that seems. If there a one line that sums up the entire film, it’s Ric Flair doesn’t know who Ric Fliehr is. The crux of the […]

New Column: The Worldwide Leader In Not Knowing The Difference

Looking at the difference between real fake and fake real in wrestling.

ESPN Announces Weekly WWE Segment   I can’t wait to hear all the purists whine about how this isn’t real but having to leave to go see who Matthew Berry says they should bench for their fantasy team this week.   Cool news for wrestling fans as this is going to be about five minutes a week and could […]

Finally Checked Out ESPN’s E:60 Behind The Curtain

I finally sat down and watched the E:60 documentary on WWE and I’m not entirely sure what I think of it. Therefore, it’s time to ramble until I find a conclusion. First of all, I certainly liked it. They had an interesting take by going with people who weren’t the best known, but the more […]

Checked Out The Roman Reigns Documentary

It’s the standard level of awesome that WWE 24 has always been.  These thirty minute short form documentaries are awesome stuff (if not kayfabe destroying) as when else are you going to get to see something like this without waiting a few years for the three disc version?  Check this show out as it’s just […]

For The Sake Of Perspective

ESPN’s Pardon the Interruption has mentioned wrestling twice in a week. On Billy Corgan signing with TNA (paraphrased): “Corgan has signed with TNA Wrestling……whatever that is.” On the passing of Verne Gagne: A 45 second fond farewell to someone both hosts clearly knew and respected with name drops of various opponents.  Guest host Bob Ryan […]

Writer Doesn’t Like Mainstream Sports Covering WWE

Because it’s not real you see.

I Want To Talk A Little Bit About Catering To Different Groups Of Fans

One of the biggest complaints you’ll see today is that wrestling is booked for kids or that so many fans think the product is stupid. How many times have you heard someone complain about John Cena targeting almost exclusively to children with his promos (ignoring that this isn’t correct)? I’ve tried to explain this over […]

Bruno Sammartino In WWE Hall of Fame

According to both ESPN and  This is a BIG surprise as Bruno has long since distanced himself from WWE and hates the current product.  He’s definitely the new headliner for the class.