Nylons and Midriffs: All the Small Things (Royal Rumble Review, January 30, 2019)

Welcome back to Nylons and Midriffs, good wrestling fans! I hope 2019 is treating you all well so far. I am ecstatic to rehash what went down at this year's Royal Rumble for you all, as I feel it encompasses all that is going on in the women's division as a whole -- good, bad, … Continue reading Nylons and Midriffs: All the Small Things (Royal Rumble Review, January 30, 2019)

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Nylons and Midriffs: The Year of the Woman (Year In Review, 2018)

While it's a bit corny to say, there really isn't a better time to be a fan of women's wrestling in WWE. Through the ups and the downs, this year was truly unforgettable for the division and fans who have been clamoring for women's progressivism since the Attitude Era. Sure, there are some kinks to … Continue reading Nylons and Midriffs: The Year of the Woman (Year In Review, 2018)

Rhetorical Recap: WWE’s Royal Rumble and the Statistical Significance of Spectacle

In an age of bottom lines, stakeholder interests, global market competitiveness, spreadable media strategies, Internet social media and sports infotainment coverage, and political correctness, and of course, strategically placed press releases and media events in between the NFL’s championship and Super Bowl weekends, how could the company not book the Women's Rumble last?

Taking Back Today: Reconciling Subversiveness with Status Quo in Women’s Royal Rumble

It began as anyone may have expected it would, with two solid workers from WWE's women's division, Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch, getting the crowd hot for the first-ever women's Royal Rumble. Both competitors are two of the most memorable women to ever step foot in a ring, with Banks as the biracial, purple-haired cousin … Continue reading Taking Back Today: Reconciling Subversiveness with Status Quo in Women’s Royal Rumble