Wrasslin’ in Portland

Last Friday, I went to Portland to catch a WWE houseshow (a non-televised event), which was the last show before Sunday’s SummerSlam pay-per-view, one of the four original pillars of the old WWF programming from the 80s-early 90s era I grew up watching. For those of you that care, the others are, of course, Wrestlemania, […]

WWE House show in Yakima, WA

On January 13th, I cajoled Sarah Cass to come along with me on an adventure to eastern Washington in order to catch a WWE House show. “House Show” in pro-wrestling nomenclature describes an untelevised, live event. Not only do these tours keep people around the country interested in the spectacle of sports entertainment, they allow […]

Land of 1,000 Dances

I love this album. Best thrift store find ever. With gatefold! The Wrestling Album contains such classics as: Land of 1,000 Dances!  And Rick Derringer’s Real American!   Pure Genius? Yes, I believe so.

Whatcha gonna do?

Brother. In other wrestling related news, my favorite wrestler, CM Punk, is leaving the WWE on July 18th. He’s a hilarious dude on the mic and an all around amazing performer. BUMMER SUMMER.

WWE SmackDown in Portland!

On October 11th, WWE’s Friday Night SmackDown rolled into Portland. I bribed my friend Shawn (the only person I knew would even be interested in seeing such an event) into going with me by paying for his ticket. While the show was well worth the $120 I ended up plopping on my credit card, I […]