This recap is brought to you by the quarantine! Yeah, I was looking for something I hadn't watched in a while and I settled on this one. I was a big NWA fan back in the day so I saw this when it happened, but I haven't watched it in a long time. The Clash … Continue reading Retro Recap – Clash of the Champions 8
Jim Cornette absolutely stepped in it this week when he said during the most recent episode of NWA Power that Trevor Murdoch was so tough he could ride through Ethiopia with a bucket of fried chicken..........yeahhhhh, that's no good. It went over about as well as you may think it did, so it's no shocker … Continue reading Time to Go
I was in a really great twitter thread a few days ago about some old NWA stuff that carried over into a discussion on smaller wrestling companies operating today and whether or not between them and the indies out a new territory system could be forged. Which led to an episode of the Rant with … Continue reading Bring back the territories?
Capital Combat 1990 was a one shot pay view event that took place during another rough patch for the NWA. After 1989 saw a lot of mainstays leave and get replaced by a bunch of new faces, 1990 wasn't starting out so good. Sting was supposed to be doing a program with Ric Flair but … Continue reading Retro Recap: Capital Combat 1990
Straight Outta Compton is the biopic of rap group NWA, and chronicles the group's formation, career together, breakup, and the fallout from it all. It stars a group of mostly unknown actors led by O'Shea Jackson Jr., son of founding NWA member Ice Cube, who plays his father (the similarities in their speaking voices and … Continue reading Movie Review – Straight Outta Compton
Straight Outta Compton comes out this weekend, and like a lot of people my memories of NWA's emergence are being rekindled as the trailer is getting played over and over this week and the main subjects of the film are doing the usual opening weekend press for a new movie. What I remember most about … Continue reading My NWA Experience