It’s time for Ringside Logic to bestow our “Best of the Year” honors. 2021 will go down as an unforgettable year in professional wrestling for both good and bad reasons. Let’s focus on the good aspects of the industry, which consisted of action-packed matches, wild angles, and paradigm-shifting events in and out of the ring. Here is our pick for the 2021 Men’s Wrestler of the Year.Continue reading “2021 Year-End Awards: Men’s Wrestler of the Year”
It’s time for Ringside Logic to bestow our “Best of the Year” honors. 2021 will go down as an unforgettable year in professional wrestling for both good and bad reasons. Let’s focus on the good aspects of the industry, which consisted of action-packed matches, wild angles, and paradigm-shifting events in and out of the ring.Continue reading “2021 Year-End Awards: Women’s Match of the Year”
WrestleMania 37 was the first WWE show in front of a live crowd in over a year. Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL saw 13 matches, 5 new champions, 2 heels retain their titles and one main historical event.Continue reading “WrestleMania 37 Review”
Night Two of “the granddaddy of them all” is almost here! WrestleMania 37 emanates on from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL on in a few short hours and air exclusively on Peacock. Before you keep reading, I need to be transparent about my predictions from last night. I went 3-4 for the evening.Continue reading “WrestleMania 37 Night Two Predictions”
After months of waiting, “the granddaddy of them all” is finally here! WrestleMania 37 will emanate on from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL on Saturday and Sunday. The two-night event will air exclusively on Peacock and feature 14 matches with almost every title up for grabs.Continue reading “WrestleMania 37 Night One Predictions”
A title match is the latest addition to WrestleMania 37. Matt Riddle defends the United States Championship against Sheamus. Also, the match between Bruan Strowman and Shane McMahon is now a Steel Cage Match.Continue reading “U.S. Title Match and New Stipulation Set For WrestleMania 37”
Several matches were added to the WrestleMania card on SmackDown this past Friday night, including the long rumored addition to the Triple Threat Match for the WWE Universal Championship.Continue reading “Updated WrestleMania 37 Card”
We’re three weeks away from WrestleMania 37, and the bulk of the two-night card is announced. Six matches are set for April 10 and April 11, while two matches haven’t been assigned a date yet. Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL, will allow up to 25,000 in-person fans for each night. All tickets are expected to sell out before the event.Continue reading “WrestleMania 37: Matches for Night 1 & 2”
Wow, it has been a while since I’ve posted.
2020 hasn’t been kind to us. Some are returning to a version of normal, while others are still struggling. I’m in the middle of a 14-day quarantine after recently returning to my office for the first time since March.
I was nervous about the test results since I had some symptoms a few days after exposure. Knock on wood; my COVID test came back negative.
Like most people, my wife and I have spent a lot of time with various streaming services. My ever-growing list contains many movies and television shows that I wouldn’t have watched otherwise.
I wondered, what if I wrote a blog that might get people into professional wrestling?
There are many great matches and moments from a multitude of wrestling promotions all around the world. I stuck to WWE since it is the brand most people associate with wrestling.
This isn’t a “best-of” list. Consider this pro wrestling 101 for the uninitiated, citing ten matches that best illustrate the squared circle’s essential story elements. Continue reading “10 Matches for People Who Don’t Watch Wrestling”
While many hoped the second half of the New Japan Cup could be salvaged, the remainder of the tournament has been canceled due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in Japan. The first half of the tournament was canceled last month, with the second half scheduled to occur between 3/16 and conclude on 3/21. Continue reading “Coronavirus Slams Pro Wrestling”