Life Outside WWE

So let’s just get into it. I haven’t really posted here for two months, and that has been for a few reasons. For one, work has gotten very busy. For two, there’s been some personal stuff that I had to deal with that took priority. But for three, and I think this has been the most important part of the lack of writing here, WWE just hasn’t been that interesting.

The reason I say that’s the biggest factor is that I was still busy with work around Wrestlemania season. But I was so excited for the biggest show of the year that I rebranded this site, came up with new concepts for articles, and wrote something in the region of 15,000 words in roughly a week. I don’t have the exact figure to hand, I could sit and work it out, but around Wrestlemania this year I think I wrote more than I did in the entirety off 2015.

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I mean, it’s like there were one or two things to write about. Anybody remember any?

Because here’s the thing, when WWE is good, it forces it’s way into my life. No matter what else is going on, WWE becomes a priority. I will find the time to watch and write about it, even if that means surviving on less than 20 hours sleep in a week. Yes, I’ve done that. Continue reading Life Outside WWE

A Pioneering Style?

There has been one match that has taken the wrestling world by storm in the last week. In what was a phenomenal display of athleticism, Ricochet and Will Ospreay put on a classic in New Japan Pro Wrestling.

I’m being really positive there. I loved it. I was mesmerised by it from start to finish. But the reaction hasn’t been entirely one way traffic. There have been some who derided it as not real wrestling. Jim Cornette and Vader have been particularly vocal against the match. Continue reading A Pioneering Style?