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How a Simple Selfie Could Represent A Real Threat to WWE’s Dominance

Jimmy Jacobs once starred in one of indie wrestling's most tragic storylines. Now, he's part of a very real attempt to dethrone WWE.
Ian Williams
10.17.17
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The Biggest Spectacle at Hell in a Cell? Friendship.

We all have that one person in our lives that'll make us do wild things, don't we?
Ian Williams
10.10.17
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With a Little Courage, the WWE Could Be Better Than It's Ever Been

Unfortunately, No Mercy proved that the company is more interested in playing it safe.
Ian Williams
9.26.17
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Bobby "The Brain" Heenan Invented How Pro Wrestling Sounds

The man who turned wrestling commentary into the last great stage for the Vaudeville comedy act passed away last weekend.
Ian Williams
9.19.17
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Unmatched in the Ring, Asuka May Find WWE Raw Her Toughest Opponent

She's one of the best wrestlers in the world, but WWE's Women's Championship has a history of wasting greatness.
Ian Williams
9.12.17
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WWE’s Pointless Worked Shoots Only Highlight Its Own Stagnation

The only thing John Cena ever buries is the mouldering corpse of kayfabe.
Ian Williams
9.5.17
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There Is No Competition for the WWE, Only Competition for Second Place

Everyone wants someone to challenge WWE, but they dwarf their competition, even the red hot New Japan.
Ian Williams
8.29.17
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SummerSlam Was a Fun Enough Ride, but Nakamura Is Stalling Out

Shinsuke, where has the romance gone?
Ian Williams
8.22.17
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The Will of the Crowd Is Wrestling's Video Game Controller

Why pro wrestling took over our culture, and why we play along.
Ian Williams
8.15.17