As professional wrestling’s biggest yearly event “WrestleMania” approaches Sunday, Joe Rutland looks back fondly at a time where “sports entertainment” was a welcome diversion.
The start of the 30th season of Survivor necessitates a pivotal pop culture analysis as we are also in the midst of the 30th season of The Real World (true story) and there have also been 30 Wrestlemanias.
Today I hang up my childhood like The Undertaker did his boots and relish in the good ol’ days.
N.C. Harrison laments the absence of star wrestler CM Punk from this year’s Wrestlemania lineup.
Wrestling expert and ESPN game show champion Jim Jividen previews Wrestlemania XXX.
Historian Oliver Lee Bateman reflects on the unorthodox career of pro wrestler “Playboy” Buddy Rose.
Wrestling expert Jim Jividen previews Wrestlemania 29 and ranks every single Wrestlemania match in the pay-per-view’s long and storied history.
Jericho Ricardi concludes his review with Royal Rumbles of the 21st century.
Like pizza, even when it’s bad, the Royal Rumble is fun to consume.
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.
The WWE takes a step into a new era, but not without paying homage to its past first
The football legend was born yesterday, and today seemed like a good time to show some love!
Today is Tuesday, May 24, and the Lance Armstrong story just gets less riveting by the moment. Here are some links of note today: