Nylons and Midriffs: All You Can Eat (October 9, 2019)

A whole new woooorld....a whole new place I never knew..... It is certainly a whole new world for you and me, and watching the two sides of the Wednesday Night War last week got me excited for this world's potential. Because WWE did just have a pay-per-view, though, we're obligated to discuss what went down. … Continue reading Nylons and Midriffs: All You Can Eat (October 9, 2019)

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Paradigm Shifts: A Brief History of the Life, Death and Rebirth of Pro Wrestling on TNT in the US from WCW’s Demise to AEW’s First Show on Television

Photo by author Wednesday, October 2, 2019, marks the first time in 6764 days professional wrestling has aired on the TNT network; it’s also been that long since the Monday Night Wars officially ended even though the meaningful battles ceased well before. Over eighteen and a half years have passed since the name on the … Continue reading Paradigm Shifts: A Brief History of the Life, Death and Rebirth of Pro Wrestling on TNT in the US from WCW’s Demise to AEW’s First Show on Television

Call for Proposals: PCA 2020 in Philly

From Paul Heyman to Mike Quackenbush, Philadelphia has given birth to some pretty amazing professional wrestling promotions. In the late 1990s, ECW brought a hardcore, grunge aesthetic to sports entertainment. Since 2002, CHIKARA has been bringing more focus to storylines, characters, and amazing matches. Cue Joey Styles: OH MY GOD! The Fun-Filled Super Lucha Show! … Continue reading Call for Proposals: PCA 2020 in Philly

Nylons and Midriffs: Cards on the Table (June 3, 2019)

Image credit: sportskeeda.com It's time to lay it out, friends. This week, we're taking a step back for once to consider the women's and larger wrestling scenes at large. Because it would be nearly impossible not to in my opinion, we'll unpack the implications of AEW as a startup company -- what the brand's existence … Continue reading Nylons and Midriffs: Cards on the Table (June 3, 2019)