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Looking at potential inductees for GCW’s Indie Wrestling Hall of Fame

Game Changer Wrestling announced last week that they would be launching an “Indie Wrestling Hall Of Fame” in collaboration with the Orange Crush brand. Three inductees have already been announced: Jerry Lynn, Homicide, and Ruckus.  These are three very good nominees to start things off, and I only expect the class to get better from…

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Game Changer Wrestling Isn’t An ECW Rehash

They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and that’s the truth in most cases.  When it comes to the professional wrestling business, it’s not the truth. Imitation can be seen as a harmful dig, mockery, or even worse – a reproduction. Success in wrestling comes from being original, or being first.  Game…

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Review: Monday Night War (ECW) Episode 7

Ironically, the latest episode of WWE’s Monday Night War documentary series focuses on a product that wasn’t even on Monday Nights – Extreme Championship Wrestling.

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Video – Paul Heyman Joins Ariel Helwani On The MMA Hour

Ariel Helwani hasn’t had Paul Heyman on The MMA Hour for four years. Until now.

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WrestleMania 30 For 30 – WrestleMania XIX Part 1

It’s a bit of a transitional era for WWE as we cover the post WrestleMania X8 months and head into 2003, leading up to WrestleMania XIX from Seattle. In part one, Brandon Draven, Big D, and GG discuss the following on this WrestleMania XIX podcast: – The brand extension – Getting the F out –…

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Lost Heroes: Pat Tanaka

With September being the month of the infamous Wrestling Observer Hall of Fame honoring the greatest names in the history of the business who made a difference, its kind of sad that many people who DO deserve it will be left out (see the Rock N Roll Express, Dick Murdoch, Arn, Sting. etc). But what…

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Greatest Wrestlers Of The WrestleMania Era: #11 – Terry Funk

When the WrestleMania era started, Terry Funk was, by all measures, in the twilight of his career. Aged 41 and having done more in his career than 99% of wrestlers (including a short lived retirement in 1983), most men would have faded into the sunset, content with their undeniable status as a legend of the…

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Greatest Wrestlers Of The WrestleMania Era: #15 – Rey Mysterio

There have been few wrestlers in the WrestleMania era who have been more influential than Rey Mysterio. Rey spawned a generation of wrestlers who tried not only to defy gravity but more importantly tried to defy those that told them they were “too small”. High flying as we know it was taken to new levels…

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