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The night of SummerSlam 2018 was home to a moment that many fans (like myself) of Becky Lynch have been waiting for. A heel turn. A chance to see a somewhat new dimension to her character (yes, I know she was a heel in NXT, but it was two-dimensional as she was essentially just part of Sasha’s heel posse ). This time, after watching the first-ever SmackDown Women’s Champion not get her chance to reign again, getting passed over by Charlotte Flair (so WWE can create a championship pedigree for her to match her father’s) and never getting even with winning the title back from quite possibly the best heel in the Women’s division, Alexa Bliss, the time was now. And it…was…WONDERFUL! It must have been, since WWE is scripting this for us to boo her, however all we can do is cheer for her Continue reading “WWE, I KNOW You WANT Me to ‘Boooo’ Becky Lynch, but Nawww-Bruuuh…”
In this episode of Geek Me Five, host Montez McCrary we’ll be saluting and discussing some of the interesting points about the recently-retired San Antonio Spurs star, often referred to as the greatest Power Forward in the history of the NBA, Tim Duncan, aka #OldManRiverwalk and/or #TheBigFundamental, in five, easy-to-follow segments. Continue reading “The Happy Retirement Tim Duncan Summer Spectacular! – Geek Me Five #12”
SPOILER ALERT: John Cena wins! That especially rings true since Mr. Hustle-Loyalty-Respect can go invisible, owns a shield that can regenerate automatically , and has the ability to use toggle-able passive without needed three stacks to proc. Did I lose you? Well, the comedy geniuses from YouTube’s Crazy Boris Productions created this nice little spoof of Riot Games’ “Champion Spotlight” videos, typically produced prior to the release of a new champion in their hit game League of Legends. Continue reading “John Cena as a League Of Legends Champion Would Be OP x100,000,000…”
Sara Amato, better known by her ring name Sara Del Rey, is an American professional wrestler who was a mainstay for Chikara and SHIMMER, but also appeared for many other independent wrestling promotions in the United States, including Ring of Honor, IWA Mid-South and All Pro Wrestling, as well as Mexico’s Lucha Libre Femenil. She’s been the Women’s Champion in Canadian Wrestling Revolution, Impact Zone Wrestling, Jersey All-Pro Wrestling, Ohio Championship Wrestling, Remix Pro Wrestling, and SHIMMER, as well as a top talent in Chikara, Pro Wrestling WORLD-1, and Ring of Honor. Continue reading “Who Is: Sara Del Rey”
Soon after The Undertaker made his World Wrestling Federation debut at the Survivor Series in 1990, he set his cross-hairs on the World Wrestling Federation Championship and it’s then-title holder, Hulk Hogan. Everything initially began on November 16, 1991, when Ric Flair and The Undertaker attacked Hulk Hogan on the set of Paul Bearer’s Funeral Parlor interview show, but later Randy Savage and Roddy Piper fought off both Undertaker and Flair to protect Hogan. This would culminate in Hogan facing off with Undertaker for the championship at the 1991 Survivor Series, coined as “The Gravest Challenge.” Check out more about the match (including a video) and the fallout after the break. Continue reading “WWF Championship: The Undertaker vs. Hulk Hogan, Survivor Series 1991”
Concluding The PractitioNERD’s celebration of Black History Month, I want to introduce Ron Simmons, who is the first officially recognized African-American World Heavyweight Wrestling Champion and member of the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2012. Simmons is also a four-time World Tag Team Champion (3 with WWE, 1 with WCW) and College Football Hall of Famer, recognized by his All-American status as a defensive nose guard with the Florida State Seminoles.
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