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.”
The UK no longer even seems to be pretending to care about the fight against fascism.