WWE Hall of Famer, Mick Foley, is a true class act.
Mick Foley got his first full time wrestling job in 1988. But in 1999 he chose something much scarier…
The mental health writing of Andrew Lawes has saved lives.
Now, he takes things to the next level.
“Absorbing punishment to prove you’re a man seems like the easy way out,” argues Oliver Lee Bateman.
NC Harrison reflects on the career-ending injury suffered by his favorite female pro wrestler, a woman whose achievements he admired and whose hurts he understood.
Born with Cerebral Palsy, Erin Kelly has developed a “Bring it” attitude thanks to Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Here’s her letter.
I’ve been watching WWF/E since Snuka came off the top of the cage; I’ve been watching since before I understood better wrestling existed, sort of like eating at McDonalds before you knew there better burgers.
For this, our inaugural Good Men of the Year list, we’re not celebrating memorable personalities, newly minted pop-culture icons, or 15-minute men. This was a year of unprecedented challenges, and it cried out for good men.
Behind the wrestler’s chair-bending brawn is a crusader for literacy, education, and the end of sexual violence against women.