http://blip.tv/practitionerd/foundation-smart-strips-legos-by-jerry-lynn-wired-80-6715145 This week on WIRed, find out how many Fresh Prince references are here (RIP James Avery), a Japanese house with an interesting foundation, the surge protector that you can operate with an app, the theoretical take of a LEGO Last of Us game, and how Jerry Lynn became the ‘New F’n Show.’ ———————————— ARCHITECTURE: https://thepractitionerd.com/2013/12/30/sugiura-house-screams-foundation-be-darned TECHNOLOGY: https://thepractitionerd.com/2013/12/31/the-smart-power-strip-to-bring-home-automation-uh-home GAMING: https://thepractitionerd.com/2014/01/01/i-want-a-lego-the-last-of-us-game-yesterday PRO WRESTLING: https://thepractitionerd.com/2014/01/02/how-jerry-lynn-became-the-new-fn-show ———————————— BLOG: thepractitionerd.com STORE: zazzle.com/thepractitionerd* SUPPORT … Continue reading Foundation Smart Strips LEGOs by Jerry Lynn – WIRed #80
Jeremy “Jerry” Lynn is an American former American professional wrestler –whom retired in late-March of 2013– and is noted by wrestling fans and renowned sports journalists as “one of the most underrated workers of the last quarter century“. Most known for his stint at Extreme Championship Wrestling that showcased his hard-work ethic, excellent match psychology, and technical in-ring skills (don’t forget his awesome Cradle Piledriver finishing maneuver), Lynn was also known for his nickname while employed at ECW and stuck with his entire career since 1999, ‘The New F’N Show.” But how exactly did he get that name? Continue reading “How Jerry Lynn Became ‘The New F’N Show””
Extreme Rising’s live show last Saturday (December 29th) from Philadelphia was one of the wildest independent pro wrestling shows and one of the biggest highlights of 2012. The highlight of the night was definitely Stevie Richards being crowned the new Extreme Rising World Heavyweight Champion, the last match of “The New F’n Show” Jerry Lynn (and the celebration that followed), along with a steel cage match the stole the show, and the overall card was full of surprises, and according to the reactions on Twitter, it was one of the best indy shows of 2012. Hopefully, it won’t be long until Extreme Rising gets a television deal (because competition in televised pro wrestling is AWESOME!). Check out the full results from the show after the break. Continue reading “Extreme Rising 2012: Full Results, Highlights and Twitter Reaction for Dec. 29”
In 2002, Total Nonstop Action (TNA) Wrestling held their first ever pay-per-view event from the Von Braun Center in Huntsville, Alabama, as a promotion within the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA). The pay-per-view’s opening match was a 6-Man Tag Team Match between the team of AJ Styles, Low-Ki & Jerry Lynn versus The Flying Elvises (consisting of Jimmy Yang, Jorge Estrada & Sonny Siaki). The purpose of … Continue reading TNA Wrestling’s First Pay-Per-View Match: The Flying Elvises vs. AJ Styles, Jerry Lynn & Low Ki
Rob Van Dam entered into a rivalry with Jerry Lynn in Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) in 1999, and he would defend the ECW World Television title at Hardcore Heaven (a rematch from their match 2 months prior at Living Dangerously) in a “no time limit” match. Since the match was deemed so good by ECW officials, wrestlers, and fans alike, ECW owner/promoter Paul Heyman aired it on ECW’s debut episode on TNN in place of a shoot (i.e., non-scripted, non-storyline) promo about TNN that he was planning, but was not allowed to air. This turned out to be the beginning of ECW’s issues with that network due to the raw deal they had with TNN that put them at a disadvantage from the very start of they’re business relationship.