I got inspired to do this by Becky Lynch's suggestion that the name 'Men's' and 'Women's' be taken off of the top singles titles on each brand. Personally I found the whole 'remove the distinction' thing to be a solution in search of a problem, one that doesn't really fix any of the issues or … Continue reading State of the WWE Women’s Division
It's been a week since the great dragging of Tessa Blanchard began. If you're not up to speed Tessa was set to win the Impact World Title at their pay per view Hard to Kill this past Sunday, a historic feat in which a woman would be winning what is considered a men's title (Impact … Continue reading Talking about racism….again
Not gonna bother with a flowery intro here. We're a week away from WrestleMania, and what was supposed to be a Smackdown Women's title match got pulled from the show entirely and instead we got an impromptu title match last Tuesday where Charlotte Flair beat Asuka for the title. Now as big a fan as … Continue reading A Right to Complain?
Well December 31, 2018 has been a day in infamy for wrestlers on social media. Seth Rollins stepped in it in the morning over some jokes by Louis CK, and then Tye Dellinger got caught out there when he stood up for the rights of WWE social media people to exclude all the women of … Continue reading Why it Matters
First, the quick and easy stuff: The pre-show matches were fine. The Cruiserweight Title Match between Buddy Murphy and Cedric Alexander was good while the Guitar Match between Elias and Bobby Lashley did what it needed to do. The Cruiserweight division has been good most of the year and it's good to hear people chanting … Continue reading TLC 2018 Thoughts
The first all women's WWE pay per view is in the books and from most accounts it was a hit. There's going to be a lot said about it over the coming weeks, so here's my first crack at it. Winners The crowd - best in building crowd at a WWE main roster pay per … Continue reading Evolution thoughts
Why Dave Meltzer's comments deserve the heat that he got for them We're still hashing out the mess that Dave Meltzer made of himself a few days ago on his podcast when he said (I'm paraphrasing here) that Peyton Royce looked more attractive when she was in NXT when she was 'lighter' (a reference to … Continue reading Woman’s (Wrestling) Work