I coached a left-wing association football club for six years. COVID-19 has shined a light on its realities.
There’s not much money to be made by genuinely helping people.
WWE have exploited workers and done deals with Saudi Arabia. An alternative, AEW, is about to launch on a grand stage, and there’s a lot at stake.
Even in a capitalist system, the pop culture I so enjoy provides a forum for artists to positively influence narratives.
I’ve been called a “punk” all my life. It turns out it’s true.
I’ll admit it: it seems my recent blog entry about the All In independent professional wrestling show was inaccurate – I had claimed that the event drew 10,411 spectators to the Sears Center in Chicago, Illinois,[…]
Cinephiles may look down their noses at a Hollywood blockbuster movie receiving such praise, but I don’t care. V For Vendetta is perfect.
After decades of dominance from Vince McMahon’s monopolist’s dream come true – WWE – pro wrestlers got together to do it themselves with a punk DIY ethic.
We must call Hulk Hogan what he is: a racist who deserved to be shunned.
The most frequently asked question to me is “What is it you do, again?” But there’s a reason I don’t have “a proper job.”