Political & #RAW

[Not raw like the diet, but you know, the weekly professional wrestling programming] On tonight’s episode of ‘is it racist’, the March 19th edition of Monday Night Raw started off with a fairly politically charged topic. Most viewers know the backstory for this scenario, but for those who don’t I’ll keep it brief. Brock Lesnar... Continue Reading →


Shadows Over Asuka: A Royal Rumble Affair

[Side note, I feel like Shadows Over Asuka makes a great fan fiction title. Someone more creative than me get on it, and definitely tweet it at me] WWE is a longstanding trainwreck. Just when you think they’ve cleared away the debris and rubble, another absurd and completely avoidable accident happens and we’re left watching... Continue Reading →

Review Of TrumpMania: Vince McMahon, WWE and the Making of America’s 45th President

Lavie Margolin’s TrumpMania is exactly what you would think it is. A book which focuses on our current president Donald Trump’s involvement with the WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) throughout the decades. Now you may be thinking what I had thought the second I saw the title of this book: it’s a satire. I automatically assumed... Continue Reading →

Niche Please: WWE’s Limited Marketing Hurts (Part 1: The Cruiserweight Division)

Niche Please: WWE’s Limited Marketing Hurts Part 1: The Cruiserweight Division Over the years WWE has clearly done something right in terms of marketing and brand expansion. They’re often seen as the number one wrestling program (excuse me, sports entertainment) sheerly for their dominance over professional wrestling in the entertainment world. WWE breeds star power,... Continue Reading →

Damn It, Roman!

Ah man....Roman Reigns. I know, I know. I talk about this guy a lot. But I mean, how can I not? Everyone talks about him! His fans? They talk about him. There's social media accounts dedicated to him because of how much they love him. His haters? Hell they can't stop talking about him. They... Continue Reading →

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