Sting – Into The Light

In 1985 Steve Borden, aka Sting, first stepped into a wrestling ring. Now, 31 years later, speculation is rife that his in-ring career is over following a neck injury sustained in September 2015 during a match with then WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins. With that in mind, as we approach Wrestlemania weekend 2016 and... Continue Reading →

WrestleMania 31 – 29/03/15

31 years since the birth of Hulkamania WWE brought its ‘Showcase of the Immortals’ to San Jose, California for one of the most hyped WrestleManias of all time. Clocking in at 6 hours, including the two pre-show segments, it was also the longest WrestleMania to date and the first to be almost entirely reliant on... Continue Reading →

Wrestlemania X8: Icon Vs Icon (2002)

On March 17th 2002 the then WWF took their flagship show, Wrestlemania, north of the border to the SkyDome in Toronto, Ontario, Canada for the second and treated 68,237 people to one of the biggest main events in the history of pro-wrestling as generations clashed when Hollywood Hulk Hogan battled The Rock – there is... Continue Reading →

Ladies and Gentlemen, My Name is Paul Heyman

If you follow me on Twitter, or have seen some of my previous posts here, you’ll know I have something of a love/hate relationship with elements of pro-wrestling, particularly WWE, but that I am something of a self-confessed ‘mark’ so keep on watching regardless. Every now and again though the biggest “Sports Entertainment” company in... Continue Reading →

Greatest Wrestling Factions

The few years have seen WWE’s DVD output generally increase in quality to quite a high degree, with the likes of CM Punk: Best In The World and Edge: You Think You Know Me really standing out (alongside the older Rise and Fall of ECW) as collections that break the fourth wall of the ‘sport’... Continue Reading →

WWE Falls Count Anywhere (Blu-ray)

WWE continues it’s recent trend of solid Blu-ray and DVD compilation releases on this look at their hardcore history. This year has seen a series of great compilation releases from WWE (from Edge’s history through to ECW Unreleased) and they continue their trend of at least good releases with Falls Count Anywhere: The Greatest Street... Continue Reading →

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