Prior to Mania, I wrote a piece about what Mania meant to me. I got a great response and was even asked by site member PhEonYx to write a post mania piece so here it is.
In my line of work, I donâ€™t get a lot of praise. Like most of us, I keep my head down and work hard. I have done this all my life and have never asked for a reward. But this year, I was rewarded with the
I have always been the type of person that goes against the grain as it relates to what is popular. I think most wrestling fans can relate to that sentiment. Outside of the Monday Night Wars era when it was considered cool to be a wrestling fan, people like me are lumped in with YouTube stars like the â€œItâ€™s still real to me dammit!â€ guy. Iâ€™ll take the jokes and the mocking
If the non fan watched WWE programming for one week, they would leave with the notion that there are two titles and they have no difference. The average fan knows that there are multiple titles, The World Heavyweight Championship is quite important, and the WWE title is king.
These are observations that have been thrust upon fans as this era of wrestling has taken shape. When WWE