Three weeks. We’ve been at it for three weeks now and we’re showing no signs of stopping. On 3/21/15 myself and the incomparable Mr. Gammon spoke on the Road to Wrestlemania, TNA, my failed attempts at a-courtin’ Sasha Banks (an ongoing process, I assure you) and the latest exploits of John Morrison. Give it a view!
Welcome one and all to the second Second L.E.W.D. Council Live Broadcast! On Pi Day 2015, at approximately 9:00 PM EST Mr. Morris and I went on for an hour and some change about the WWE, TNA and a few things that may or may not be related. Halle Berry is not related, I admit, but since when do you need a reason to talk about Halle Berry?
Never, that’s when! Enjoy the show!
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On Tuesday, March 10, WWE Studios released a straight-to-DVD animated original movie entitled The Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age Smackdown. On that same day, I purchased that DVD and watched it … twice. What follows is a brief review of that film and my thoughts on the experience.
We’ve talked about it for a while, and we still have a lot of kinks to work out, but yesterday, March 7th, 2015, the L.E.W.D. Collective came together to speak on the state of professional wrestling in what will hopefully manifest into a weekly address. On this night Mr. Lamb aka Da Infamous DiZ, Mr. Morris aka The Godfather and Mr. Johnson aka THE Nic Johnson came together to vocalize stuff about other stuff. Well, the first two did: the latter was with us in text and served as a voiceless philosopher of awesome brilliance.
I’m saying too much. Give it a look and listen. And sit tight because we go on for about two hours.
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To say it somewhat succinctly, the women athletes in professional wrestling deserve much better treatment all around … be it from the executives who make decisions all the way down to the fans who invest in the product. I find it obscenely ridiculous that we all have to write dissertations or publish “reasons” to justify our position regarding how women’s wrestling is presented and received by fans, especially when one look at the product and a seriously long soul-searching glance at our society can easily show even the most casual fan of them all that women wrestlers face insurmountable odds that just are simply non-existent for their male counterparts. Continue reading Quick Random Thoughts | February 26, 2015→