Where’s My Freaking Revolution: Mama, We All Go To Hell

It’s been awhile since we took a good look at the SmackDown Live Women’s Division. So let’s check in on them, shall we? The very clear MVP of the SmackDown Live Women’s Division since SummerSlam has been Carmella, which is funny because she’s only had Read More …

Where’s My Freaking Revolution: No Mercy? No Mercy.

I believe it was “Stone Cold” Jane Austen who famously said “It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a woman in possession of a professional wrestling championship, must be in want of a woman to challenge her for said title. And that’s the bottom line Read More …

Where’s My Freaking Revolution: Cool for the Summer(Slam)

(Okay, before we get into the article, I used that title just so I could point out how hilarious it was that “Cool for the Summer” was the theme for the Undertaker vs. Brock Lesnar match in 2015, considering the song is about bisexual experimentation.) Read More …

Where’s My Freaking Revolution: Standing Firm on the Battleground

Where did we leave off with SmackDown Live? Oh, right. The Ellsworth Incident. SmackDown has done an admirable job trying to recover from last month’s Money in the Bank fiasco, and in Carmella’s case actually turn the massive misstep into a positive as she established Read More …

The WWE Women’s Revolution: Just Add Men!

Oh I’m just a girl Take a good look at me Just your typical prototype It is hard to really express my feelings over the first ever WWE Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match. By which I mean “It is hard to do so Read More …

A DIY Guide To Splitting Up Wrestling Friendships

“If you look closely you can actually pinpoint the exact moment his heart breaks in two.” – The Simpsons Season 4, Episode 15 “I Love Lisa” There’s something that feels almost sadistic about praising the events that closed out NXT Takeover: Chicago. Not even in Read More …

In This Very Ring: Bitter Friends, Stiffer Enemies

Pro wrestling is a weird bastard art, and if you’re unfamiliar with its intricacies, the hordes of people in your social media circles obsessively pontificating about it every Monday night must be a truly confounding experience. Let our very own Dominic Griffin, lifelong wrestling enthusiast, Read More …