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Sunday, 03 April 2016 03:50
Oh yeah! It’s that time of year once again! Wrestlemania season! That time of the year when almost everyone (or at least more people that you think) get together and watch the 4 hour extravaganza involving big muscley men and women (and sometimes a zombie or a leprechaun or a voodoo priest) wearing outlandish tight outfits and getting in the ring in front of thousands of people for a fight that’s not really a fight...but still very treacherous nonetheless. Read more...
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Thursday, 11 June 2015 15:35
The pro wrestling and pop culture community in general are mourning the sudden passing of one of the squared circle's icons, Dusty Rhodes. He was 69. Rhodes (born Virgil Runnels Jr.) was internationally known for being one of the most charasmatic and influential superstars in the wrestling business. A former NWA World Heavyweight Champion, United States Champion and Tag Team Champion, Dusty embodied his character as the "Common Man", and had legendary rivalries with such fellow Hall of Famers, Ric Flair, Macho Man Randy Savage and Ted Dibiase. He was not known for his physique, but "The Son of a Plumber" more than made up for it with his charming microphone skills and remarkable talent for storytelling. Read more...
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Sunday, 24 November 2013 14:20
SS_93Well, it’s that time of year again, Thanksgiving! Well, American Thanksgiving, I should say. While we up in “Alpha Flight” country, Canada, actually celebrate our Day of Thanks a few months earlier in October, there happens to be one American Thanksgiving tradition I look forward to every year: WWE Survivor Series! Ever since I was a little kid, WWE (or WWF) put on this unique pay-per-view event that usually pit teams of wrestlers against each other in 5-on-5 elimination matches. A guy gets pinned, he’s sent to the showers. The teams whittle down until every member of a team is eliminated. So basically you can end up with literally one man against 5! It’s always fun to see just who would survive in these unpredictable matchups. So, I’m dusting off my ‘ol Million Dollar Man Ted Dibiase t-shirt (yes, I actually have one...don’t judge me!), and revisiting my personal favorite Survivor Series matches over the ages! Read more...
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