Rampage : New Arrivals, More Fun?

'You Marshmellow You, Yum, Yum, Yum' Thus quoth the Lord on Rampage. Regal, that is.  As he watched his man Maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa* *aaaaaaaarksleyyyyyyyyy fighting Mance Warner. Yes, that's right, ole Mancer. Good to see him again? Is he All Elite? AEW don't have many who like a fight in a Death Match way. And we know... Continue Reading →

IMPACT VS AEW: A Perfect Crossover Event

Two amazing companies, one is IMPACT which has a deep and rich history, admittedly not all of it good but they are still highly influential. The second is AEW the problem child and new kid on the block who is trying to write their own history in the small time they’ve been in wrestling. So... Continue Reading →

Why The BCC Is The BEST Thing for Claudio

It was a weird feeling to see Claudio Castagnoli debut in AEW at Forbidden Door, not a bad feeling, it was just different from the debuts we’re used to seeing when a wrestler becomes All Elite. It was quite rushed due to the injuries sustained by Bryan Danielson but we got the man formerly known... Continue Reading →

Blood And Guts: Moving Forward From Forbidden Door

AEW followed up their big co-jointed Forbidden Door event with a special Dynamite focused on the Blood And Guts, a Wargames style match between the Jericho Appreciation Society and the Blackpool Combat Club, Eddie Kingston, Santana, and Ortiz. This seems like a smart strategic decision because it means that after building for an event with... Continue Reading →

Jon Moxley (You Can Always Come Home)

Jon Moxley is a professional wrestler. At Forbidden Door, he recaptured the AEW (interim) Championship in what can only be described as a bloody banger indicative of the style he has brought to basically anywhere in the world there is a ring and fans. Since he left WWE he appears to be on a mission... Continue Reading →

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