More on the firefly funhouse

After having watched WrestleMania (largely free of spoilers), I started reading some of the online reactions to the matches, especially the godawful Boneyard and brilliant Firefly Funhouse matches. I was intrigued! Alfred Konuwa of Forbes decided the Boneyard match was: …immediately lauded as a masterpiece, the likes of which will be lionized in WWE history…Continue reading “More on the firefly funhouse”

WrestleMania 36 (night 1)

This was always going to be a weird one. I’ll admit, I haven’t watched a full WrestleMania since number 20, back in 2004. To be honest, the only reason I was watching up until that point was the insane physicality (strength, agility and that absurd physique) of Brock Lesnar. When he left, I did. AndContinue reading “WrestleMania 36 (night 1)”

tl;dr: it’s the WrestleMania 36 analysis!

As if 2,000 words weren’t enough, I’m doing a summary post about WrestleMania. I know, I’m droning on as much as the Edge vs. Randy Orton match. First thing to take away is: I think it’s great that the show went ahead. People are starved for live performances, and with both theatre and sport notContinue reading “tl;dr: it’s the WrestleMania 36 analysis!”