Tag: DeadSpin

DEADSPIN: WWE Screwed WrestleMania Fans With Blinding Lights

Unfortunately for fans in New Jersey on Sunday night, WWE dropped the ball by obscuring fans’ views with both ring-side pillars and blinding lights

DEADSPIN: WrestleMania Is Too Damn Long

There will be differing opinions on the quality of WrestleMania 35, but there is one area of growing consensus... the WWE’s biggest event has gotten too big

DEADSPIN: WrestleMania Week Is Testing The Limits Of How Much Wrestling...

The constellation of wrestling events around New York City this week may be the most stupidly expensive and dizzying 'Mania weekend yet

DEADSPIN: Lost Tape Of Bret Hart’s Finest Artistic Achievement In WWE...

Somewhere in the archives of a vast film vault has been unearthed a thing of folklore: Footage of the night that Bret Hart made Tom Magee look like a star

DEADSPIN: Indie Wrestler David Starr’s ROH Promo Trashes Sinclair, Pisses Off...

ROH parent company Sinclair Broadcasting has had a history of controversial decisions in terms of programming, and it engulfed the wrestling world this week

DEADPSIN: WWE Signing Stokely Hathaway Is A Sign That Wrestling Managers...

The signing of the former ROH performer was done quietly, but likely means that the WWE’s re-commitment to managers is here to stay

DEADSPIN: Ronda Rousey Is Highlighting WWE’s Problems With Breaking The Fourth...

WWE needs to trust in the world it has made, and respect the suspension of disbelief that’s so fundamental to the fabric of pro wrestling

DEADSPIN: Where Drag Queens Drop From The Rafters

The New Orleans-birthed drag wrestling show, 'Choke Hole', is like no main event you've ever seen...

DEADSPIN: Jushin Thunder Liger, Japan’s Greatest Wrestling Export, Is Set For...

The 54-year-old masked wrestler will travel the world on a farewell tour, slated to end in January at the Tokyo Dome

DEADSPIN: King Kong Bundy Was The Biggest Of The Bad

A fantastic look back at the larger than life legacy of King Kong Bundy, who went from pro wrestling stardom to crossover fame