And the big reset Money in the Bank is usually the biggest pay per view after the big four, but this year it had a special significance in that it was the first one with a full capacity of fans since Elimination Chamber 2020. There were also rumors of people returning and that a draft … Continue reading Money in the Bank 2021
Well, in a first my twitter account got suspended for 12 hours, because I suggested some of my fellow wrestling fans go play in traffic. Now why would I do such a thing? Because y'all suck, that's why. Y'all really do. You guys, and I do mean guys because they're the guilty parties here, are … Continue reading Wrestling Fans Suck
With Summerslam happening in two months the rumor mill has already kicked into full gear. At the top of that right now is John Cena returning to face none other than Roman Reigns for the Universal Championship. Now depending on where you're sitting this might be a great idea or a not so great one. … Continue reading Do we want Cena vs Reigns?
When Roman came back and showed us his more aggressive stance along with his new manager Paul Heyman, it seemed to me that he was taking action simply to reclaim what was his and doing it such a way that no one would get the drop on him again - no cashing in the briefcase, … Continue reading The next step for the Tribal Chief?
https://twitter.com/Kazeem/status/1382386427523129350?s=19 Indeed it was, and not because of the number of participants but because of the roles they were given, from headliners to defending champions to rising stars to young prospects to wily veterans here to help said young prospects. There was a level of trust to Black wrestlers at this show, for the ring … Continue reading WrestleMania 37 Deeper Thoughts
New Champion stands tall This week the WWE crowned their third ever Black WWE World Champion when Bobby Lashley defeated the Miz in the main event of Monday Night Raw after a week plus two hours and 45 minutes of shenanigans that the champion attempted to get out of defending his newly won title. And … Continue reading Bobby Lashley wins
The face of victory As anyone who has ever talked to me about pro wrestling knows I've been at this fan thing since 1985. Now since then Women's wrestling has had it's ups and downs, particularly in the US. And as tumultuous a time as it's had as a whole it's been less kind to … Continue reading What Bianca’s win means to me
The game was ultimately a lopsided affair but it's the kind of lopsided game I like - a great defensive performance and great strategy on offense and defense from the Buccaneers. I did turn it off after the third quarter but not because I was bored. In fact, I was expecting a Chiefs comeback right … Continue reading Super Bowl thoughts
Note: Because of the uniqueness of this event I felt it was best to get a woman's perspective so this piece is authored by a guest writer, Tonya Rodgers. You can find her on Twitter at @TheWitchMilitia. I have been a wrestling fan for as long as I can remember. As a little girl in … Continue reading Bianca’s win for Black Women
So we were hit with the shocking news that Zelina Vega was released from the WWE. That news was preceded by a tweet from her that she supported unionization. So of course twitter was lit up with a lot of people jumping from A to Z and concluding that she got released because of the … Continue reading A Wrestling Union: Is it possible?