Bottle Homes Play Laser Violin DuckTales of Y2J – WIRed #40

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On this week’s ON THE ROAD episode of PractitioNERD WIRed (NUMBER FORTY), we learn about beer bottles becoming viable structural and building material, a laser optic instrument that could replace learning the violin, DuckTales on the NES gets remade for a summer release on current gen consoles (WOO-HOO), and more reasons as to why Chris Jericho is SO FREAKING AWESOME!
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Chris Jericho: Fun Facts About the Ayatollah of Rock-N-Rolla

Wow, Chris Jericho is…the…MAN!  I’ve already gushed about Y2J in a post regarding why he was always welcome in the WWE, but for those who are unfamiliar was to why the Man of the Millennium is so awesome, Daine Pavloski of the Bleacher Report complied a list of fun, little factoids of the Man of 1,004 Holds himself.  Ever since debuting in October of 1990 in independent wrestling shows in Canada, Jericho has wrestled in various countries, took the ECW, WCW and WWE by storm, and competed in matches with — and beaten — some of the best professional wrestlers to ever step foot in the squared circle.  This list may even make you become a BIGGER fan of the Brewer of Jerichohol.   Continue reading “Chris Jericho: Fun Facts About the Ayatollah of Rock-N-Rolla”

Four Reasons Why Chris Jericho Will Always Be Welcome at WWE

Christopher Keith Irvine, a.k.a., Chris Jericho. Y2J. The Man of the Millennium. The Man of 1,004 Holds (take that, Dean Malenko). The Ayatollah of Rock-and-Rollah. Moongoose McQueen.  The Brewer of Jericohol. The Living Legend of the ring (even though Larry Zbyszko threatened to sue the WWE over both the phrase and t-shirt; HEY, a Zbyszko reference!).   Continue reading “Four Reasons Why Chris Jericho Will Always Be Welcome at WWE”

A Revolution is Coming to WWE? Let Me Get My Coat…

Yesterday, a viral ad from the WWE website and YouTube page proclaimed that  a “Revolution is coming.”  There was no type of detail in the ad, as it composed mostly of stock riot and protest footage intercut with bombings, explosions and quick scene transitions (a’la any Michael Bay movie).  Even though teaser videos indication some change or storyline are no stranger to the business of professional wrestling, what makes it interesting is that WWE had pulled the ad from its own site and YouTube page. Hmm…

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