Omega vs Okada IV: The Relentless Pursuit of Perfection

There are moments in art when the medium is transcended. Moments where the zeitgeist is shifted. Moments where everyone learns or is forced to expand their understanding. Nirvana’s Nevermind, Heath Ledger’s Joker in The Dark Knight, and Banksy’s graffiti turned street art in Exit Through The Gift Shop all represent this idea. Examples of art... Continue Reading →

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Kenny Omega & Will Ospreay: The Shadow Self 

Kenny Omega and Will Ospreay are two of the best professional wrestlers alive today. Both of them combine otherworldly athletic abilities with an innate skill to captivate a crowd. When they wrestle, you want to watch. They also both have walked the path of the Gaijin in New Japan Pro Wrestling. As foreigners, they have... Continue Reading →

Wrestling Bands Together : Forbidden Door Works!

Forbidden Door is surely one of the wrestling events of the year. It may be the best of the year when the dust has settled. It was successful from beginning to end. No duds, no fairly good, no fatuous angles. And we learned some very interesting things... This Is The Fight Back I know I've... Continue Reading →

Walking Through The Forbidden Door

Thomas Jay Hayes headed to NJPWxAEW: Forbidden Door this weekend. Here he is giving us his thoughts and feelings on the weekend and what it means to be a wrestling fan. Sometimes, loving professional wrestling can feel like living on an island. “Oh that Hulk Hogan stuff,” says the woman who will not be calling... Continue Reading →

AEW Weekly Round Up: Forbidden Excitement?

It is Forbidden Door Week which should, by all means, be one of the biggest weeks in AEW's history. While the potential for synergy between AEW and NJPW was obvious from day one, different obstacles have kept the companies from going on a full-range partnership.   There was at first resistance from NJPW to change their... Continue Reading →

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