For many years there have been discussions over a wrestlers union, with Jesse Ventura being a long-time advocate for it. In today’s piece we take a look at these calls for wrestling to become unionized and the difference that it would make to the in-ring performers. Continue reading
Craig Wilson, Brian Damage & Jamie Lithgow
Perhaps you could argue that we are a bit glass half empty when it comes to the world of wrestling on this blog. We are committed to changing that today with this latest Top Five seeing us list the things we love about wrestling in this day and age. Continue reading
Craig Wilson, Brian Damage, Russ Morgan, Chris Flackett & Jamie Lithgow
With this blog largely looking at wrestling from a nostalgic standpoint, we were obviously delighted with the return of King of the Ring this week on the Network. In this Sunday Sermon Craig, Brian, Russ, Chris and Jamie discuss what Bad News Barrett’s means for him in the long term.
Jamie Lithgow, Craig Wilson and Brian Damage
In the latest installment of ‘This Week in Wrestling’ Jamie shares what wrestling taught him this week, Craig talks about the delayed launch of the WWE Network in the UK and Brian scours the internet for the best wrestling related images and videos.
All that and more in this edition of ‘This Week in Wrestling’
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Craig Wilson, Brian Damage, Jamie Lithgow & Russ Morgan
In recent weeks the WWE have bolstered the content on their on demand and streaming Network with the addition of the ‘Clash of the Champions’ series. There is undoubtedly a wealth of material that is still to be added to the Network from the promotions extensive tape library. Whether that is features on former territories or biographies of superstars from the past.
In this week’s Sunday Sermon Craig, Brian, Jamie and Russ discuss what else they would like to see added to the Network’s schedule. Continue reading
Jamie Lithgow, Craig Wilson, Brian Damage and Russ Morgan
The WWE Network has been up and running for a good couple of weeks now, and while we as fans salivate over the undeniably great value of the offer, what does it’s arrival mean for WWE and wrestling PPVs going forward? Have the days of wrestling promotions selling fans individual monthly shows passed? What does The Network’s arrival mean for the content of these monthly shows? And, the question on every WWE performer’s lips, how will it affect the wrestlers themselves?
Today (insert writers) tackle these issues and discuss if the WWE Network is actually a double edged sword. Continue reading