A wrestling book that successfully stirred up emotions and controversy, but ultimately fell flat because of a lack of proofreading.
It’s the biggest party of the summer, and the best group of wrestling fanatics the Geekiverse could assemble picked the matches one-by-one. If you’re not down with that, we’ve just got two words for ya! […]
The biggest party of the summer could bring the power of positivity back to the company, but history shows the powers at be won’t do it.
Like wrestling fans needed any more reason to love Kevin Owens…
When you get into a book for the wrestling, and come out learning a lot more about yourself and society as a whole.
Brunner 1.0 takes the show solo to discuss what’s going on in the WWE, his neck problems, and why Josiah is indeed the worst.
2002 was a crazy year for the WWE, however, this one triple-threat match always stands out to me.