Royal Rumble 2019

OPPORTUNITY. This is an opportunity. Believe what you want to believe and see what you want to see, but this is an opportunity. Randy Jackson has given me an opportunity to help reach more people with the JZ Brand, the White Shades, the other half of the heavenly Angels Champion, the Bojangles’ Champion. Just like […]

The Legacy of Brock Lesner

Hello everyone and welcome to my debut column here at My name is Joe R. Beason, and for the foreseeable future, I will be here with you each and every week giving my views on some of the bigger stories of the week in Pro Wrestling and Mixed Martial Arts. I have been a […]

Because He is the Miz….

AND HE’S AWEEEESSSSSSOOOOOMMMMEEEEEE! A lot of people are up in arms that the Miz is the new WWE Champion.  They feel he didn’t pay enough dues, or put in enough time to become the Champ.  I personally have a different take on the situation because, as an interested observer, I tend to like it when […]

Gone But Not Forgotten by Wil Riggs

Now that I have had the weekend to digest and reflect on the career, life and legacy of General Skandor Akbar, or Ak as those of us in the business call him, I can calmly, and less emotionally write about what he meant to me.

Ah, The Good Ole Days! – Wil Riggs

Working in the wrestling business has taught me a great deal of respect for what the people who came before me really did for this business.  As a child, I grew up watching World Class Championship Wrestling at the Sportatorium.  The larger than life stars of World Class are a veritable Who’s Who of Professional […]

Why Has The WWE Gone PG? by Wil Riggs

The past few years of WWE have been a bit stale and boring from my perspective. Now, before you get all bent out of shape, keep in mind I grew up in the “Attitude Era” of the WWE, and what we see today in comparison is a bit, well… bland. It lacks the attitude and edginess that it had back then.

The REAL Winners and Losers from UFC 114

Winners and Losers from UFC 114 By: Adrian Wilkins It’s been about a week since UFC 114 and in that time I took my time to soak in everything I could after watching this card.  There were some upsets and some bad judging calls and a main event that didn’t quite live up to what […]

This week in Wrestling

This Week in Wrestling by Paul Fahey Week Commencing Monday 5th April 2010 First of all I would like to say I’m sorry for recent weeks and my lack of columns however I have not had as much time on my hands as I would have liked for various reasons that would bore you if […]

UFC 112 – What A Mess!

UFC  112 AFTERMATH by Cory Taylor The term ‘pound for pound greatest fighter’ in the current state of mixed martial arts is used often. It’s used as both a marketing tool and scale in which to highlight and promote successful   fighters.  After watching UFC 112 last night, its been made very obvious and apparent that […]