The Cartoon World of Professional Wrestling

Brian Damage

In a world that has larger than life characters, flashy outfits, over the top promos and often times outrageous physical violence…it can become easy to associate professional wrestling being a real-life cartoon. During the 1980s into the mid-1990s, the then World Wrestling Federation was synonymous with being compared to one. It, of course, would only be natural for pro wrestlers and the industry to be associated with actual animation. In this piece, we will take a look at the various cartoons that have graced our eyes that had some sort of pro wrestling influence to them. Continue reading

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The Decision: What Will Kenny Omega Do?

Brian Damage

Kenny Omega, one of the biggest names in wrestling, and perhaps biggest not aligned to the WWE, has announced, after Wrestle Kingdom 13, that he would leave New Japan Pro Wrestling. Today we look at the options available to the former IWGP Heavyweight Champion.
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The Next Generation of Wrestlers You May Not Know About…Yet. Volume 3

Professional wrestling has been filled with second, third and even fourth generation wrestlers. Some have made it bigger than their family members, while others have flopped badly. We have covered two installments of this in past with volume 1 and volume 2. Some made it, while others faltered. These up and coming generational wrestlers are for the most part lesser known than say the more established ones like Natalya Neidhart, Harry Smith and Curtis Axel. Who will rise and who will fall in the latest list of pro wrestlers with a legacy to uphold? Continue reading

The Five Count: Matches to Watch Before Wrestle Kingdom 13

Jamie Lithgow

Today we start a new series on the blog. Our Top Five posts are usually collaborative efforts by several members of the team. However, The Five Count will see an individual writer cover five aspects of a chosen topic, in no particular order. Jamie kicks things off by looking at some matches from New Japan in 2018 to watch before Wrestle Kingdom 13 on January 4th. Continue reading