The WWE Network is really the most extensive and impressive library of pro-wrestling/sports-entertainment content that has ever existed.
On the fringes of professional wrestling exists the Death Match. Richard Kirwin discusses how these hurt the business and the workers who take part in them.
This Doctor is everything that makes the character special; most of all, to quote one of her new companions, “The best person in the universe.”
With WWE’s ‘Crown Jewel’ event in the history books, Richard Kirwin wonders: did WWE do the right thing by bringing pro wrestling to Saudia Arabia?
Just when I think I have reached the end of the weird sub-genre indie game deep end, I swim a little further out and find something like Monster Loves You … Continue reading In The Game: Monster Loves You For The Nintendo Switch Reviewed
The first all-female pay-per-view from WWE, ‘Evolution,’ defied all expectations and became one of the greatest events in the history of our great sport.
If you missed RAW Monday night, you missed why pro wrestling can be the perfect medium for real life tragedy combining with fictional heroes and villains.
What would cause a WWE superstar to come out of retirement and place themselves into a morally grey situation? Richard Kirwin narrows it down to two things.
I’ll get right to it, gang, Nefarious is a lot of fun, even for a guy that has traditionally sucked at this genre of game.
Set in the beautiful, but really bizare world of Korean mythology, Shikhondo – Soul Eater is a pretty standard up-scrolling “bullet-hell” shooter.
Lovers of tabletop gaming may find lots to enjoy in ‘Unexplored’ for the Nintendo Switch, as long they don’t mind dying a lot.
There were a few years, more than a few actually, that I didn’t follow pro-wrestling… sorry… “sports entertainment” as closely as I do now. I kept tabs, but I was … Continue reading The Boss Level of pro-wrestling pod casts