Pro Wrestling Please

Written by Roger MalcolmGlobalforcewrestlling I’ve been watching pro wrestling since I was 4.  I was a teenager during the time of pro wrestling known as the Attitude Era and have always seen 1997 as my favorite year.  After 10 years of watching, 1997 just seemed to come together so perfectly to me.  Bret Hart, leading the Hart Foundation, was a heel in the U.S. and still a babyface in Canada, which made for great television and diverse crowds.  Stone Cold Steve Austin, where as he was never a favorite of mine, began his meteoric rise to super-stardom.  Shawn Michaels and Hunter Hearst Helmsley formed D-Generation X.  Though perhaps the most important factor of all these former WWF personalities performing in 1997 was the announcing by Jim Ross.  Continue reading Pro Wrestling Please

TNA Wrestling Bound for Glory 2014

TNA Wrestling Bound for Glory October 12, 2014 – Korakuen Hall – Tokyo, Japan Written by Roger MalcolmBFGPoster Continue reading TNA Wrestling Bound for Glory 2014

Wrestle Kingdom II Retrospective

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So I decided to watch Wrestle Kingdom II after reading about Prince Devitt officially announcing his resignation from New Japan Pro Wrestling.  It was the first event I watched of New Japan Pro Wrestling and the first time watching Devitt wrestle as he participated in the opening match.  It was a six-man tag with Milano Collection A.T. and Minoru against A.J. Styles, Petey Williams and Christian.  The event featured many TNA wrestlers.  TNA even released a DVD they dubbed “Global Impact” using each match consisting of TNA wrestlers which was 6 out of the 10 on the card.  I’m however watching the proper version in Japanese and not having to endure TNA’s commentary.  Also, I am treated to 4 extra matches that are…well I’ll talk about them later.

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