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Atmosphere

28 Mar

If you ask Adam Copeland (Edge) about his favorite WrestleMania’s, he’ll tell you, as a performer, he preferred the smaller venues, as in the bigger venues the acoustics cause the sound to rise upwards, and some of it is lost, where as at the smaller venues the sound has no where to go, so it seems louder, and more intense to the performers, and even to the SuperStars atmosphere matters.

I’m firmly of the belief that a average show, with a good atmosphere, can become a great show, and conversely an average show, with a bad atmosphere, can become a poor show.

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Controversy Creates Ca$h – Shooting on the Dirtsheets

28 Mar

Am I a Dirtsheet?

I guess to some I am, but if I am I like to think I hold myself to higher standards than many out there.

For a start I have a rule for this blog, I’d rather be right, than first.

It’s not my job to make up exclusives, fictional exclusives, to I can pretend I was first to the punch, and thus drawing in readers, so I can profit from the advertising revenue.

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Fight What You Know

27 Mar

I’ve often heard that writers are always encouraged to write what they know, and to draw on personal experiences, utilizing their knowledge, to paint a more compelling picture for the audience.

I don’t know if that’s true or not, as I’m not a writer, and certainly no ones ever said it to me, but I’ve heard the line a lot.

You could say in wrestling there used to be a theory that you should fight what you know, or more accurately deploy the training you picked up.

At this point some people will be asking, but what’s the difference between what one fighter learns, and another?

And today, sometimes, there may not be that much, but it wasn’t always that way…

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Why The IWC Thinks You’re Wrong!

26 Mar

You’re wrong, WWE is wrong & TNA is wrong!



Or is it the IWC that’s wrong?

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TNA star Kurt Angle arrested

26 Mar

TNA star Kurt Angle was arrested early this morning in North Dakota.

A highway patrol in Grand Forks found Angle sitting in his car in the median separating lanes. Angle reportedly told the officer he had hit an icy patch in the road, but during the conversation the officer said that he smelled alcohol on Angle’s breath.

Angle then failed the ensuing field sobriety test and was arrested.

Angle was also previously arrested in 2007 in Moon Township, PA on a DUI charge as well.

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