#ThankYouDanielBryan

In case you missed it (likely you didn’t), professional wrestler Daniel Bryan (or Bryan Danielson) officially announced his retirement from professional wrestling due to issues stemming from multiple concussions. While it’s sad to see him go, I’d much rather have him walk away from the business on his own accord rather than have to be carried out.  I’ve posted many times about Bryan on the site before (see HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE & HERE), and after watching him wrestle from his days in Shawn Michael’s Texas Wrestling Alliance back in 2000 to his WWE run, I’m going to miss seeing him on TV, but  I’m glad I got to see his work when I did. #ThankYouDanielBryan! Continue reading “#ThankYouDanielBryan”

Tiny Apt. Old PCs UFC Women Retired Punk – WIRed #103

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It’s time for Episode 103 of WIRed, where Montez McCrary discusses a compact (yet roomy) apartment complex, ‘Kids React’ to the Apple II, female grapplers in EA Sports UFC, and the retired life of CM Punk! Welcome to WIRed, bringing you the nerdy-geekery on architecture, technology, gaming, and pro wrestling. Continue reading “Tiny Apt. Old PCs UFC Women Retired Punk – WIRed #103”

CM Punk’s Activities Post-Retirement from WWE (yes, you read that right…)

Red Eye Chicago interviewed former WWE Champion CM Punk as he was taking part in the commemoration of Kerry Wood’s 20 strikeout games in 1998. He was asked about whether or not it pitching 20 strikeout games was more impressive than holding the WWE Championship for 434 days. Punk fielded that question, stating that Wood’s would have to answer that and noting that he felt that it was the most impressively pitched game in major league history. Of course, one of the following questions was regarding his status as an active member of the WWE roster, to which the Straight-Edge Superstar indeed confirmed that at the age of 35, he is actively retired from professional wrestling.

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