Jason David Frank, the MMA fighter best known as the Green and White Rangers from the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, is slated to make an appearance at a professional wrestling event. The December 9th event is titled “Christmas Chaos,” and is being promoted by WWE Hall-of-Famer Booker T’s Houston-based wrestling promotion, called Reality of Wrestling, or ROW. ROW is partnering with FITE TV to stream Christmas Chaos, which will be the promotion’s first pay-per-view event. Continue reading “The Green/White Ranger To Make A Pro Wrestling Appearance For Booker T’s Promotion…”
On the seventy-sixth edition of WIRed, we talk about an accessible community center for blind Scottish veterans, how to stop doing stupid stuff online, what time is Swing Time, and can you dig the Reality of Wrestling, sucka?! Continue reading “Blind Center Online Dunce-ery Swing Timing Wrestling Realities – WIRed #76”
When he’s not commentating on WWE SmackDown while reminding us “don’t hate the player, hate the game” and calling heels “sucka,” Booker T (Huffman) runs an independent wrestling school and promotion in his hometown of Houston, Texas in 2005. Formerly called Pro Wrestling Alliance (PWA), in 2012, the promotion changed their name to Reality of Wrestling (ROW). According to the Facebook page, Booker T’s Reality of Wrestling is “committed to providing the safest and highest quality training to aspiring professional wrestlers.” On ROW self-titled weekly, episodic YouTube series, they aim to showcase the top unsigned talent from all over the world, demonstrating excellent in-ring content and storyline entertainment.
Check out the most recent episode of Booker T’s Reality of Wrestling after the break! Now Can You Dig That? SUCCCKKKKAAAAAAAAA!!!!
Continue reading “Booker T’s Reality of Wrestling is FOR REAL!”
Popular professional wrestler and the final original Extreme Championship Wrestling World Heavyweight and Television Champion Rhyno (or Rhino) was recently interviewed by WOIO-TV CBS-19 entertainment reporter Chris Van Vliet. Rhino was taking part in PRIME Wrestling’s Wrestlelution 6 in (“Moon Over”) Parma, OH when he was interviewed, Rhino compared his time in ECW, WWE, and TNA — along with the lessons learned in each promotion–, what the “suicidal, homicidal, genocidal” Sabu taught him, his dream of being a WWE Superstar, whether he ever took it easy on his opponents when giving the Gore and much more. Continue reading “‘The War Machine” Rhino on His ECW/WWE Transition and the Spinaroonie”
I can remember when World Championship Wrestling was around, and one of the championship title that intrigued me the most in that promotion WASN’T the World Heavyweight Title. To be honest, it was the World TELEVISION Championship, and part of was made me curious about it was it’s name, purpose, and how the belt was treated and represented in the company. Sure, it wasn’t the primary heavyweight championship, nor was it dedicated to a class, group or weight class of talent, but the WCW World Television Title is to be recognized and remembered as one of the important titles in wrestling history. Continue reading “Respect The WCW World Television Championship, SON!”
Despite a faulty camera, a day of lost work, and computer issues, here is the debut episode of “The PractitioNERD Show.” After a brief introduction to myself and the blog, I’ll discuss : 1) Architecture ~Fundraiser to publish a book about London’s Art Deco architecture (http://goo.gl/d81G6) ~A beautiful Brazilian bungalow getaway house (http://goo.gl/PRiam) 2) Technology/Gadgets ~A CPU fan/heatsink combo (http://goo.gl/WPTV6) ~A DIY HDTV Antenna (http://goo.gl/z2IB4) … Continue reading The Debut! – The PractitioNERD WIRed #1
Any professional wrestling fan who was paying attention to the sport in 2000 may recall the schizophrenic horror/feel-good story that was World Championship Wrestling’s Bash At The Beach pay-per-view event. While I realize that most wrestling fans may describe WCW in the year 2000 as a whole as something of a macabre horror story itself, it can be said that the silver-lining on the dark cloud of miserable was that this year was the first time WCW mainstay Booker T would capture is first World Heavyweight Championship. However, as with most happy endings, there was an incident of shocking and controversial proportions that took place beforehand, much like the dangerous storm that comes before the rainbow could be visible. Continue reading “Booker T, Hulk Hogan, Jeff Jarrett & The WCW Championship at WCW Bash at the Beach, July 9th 2000”