shit gets real in the parking lot of Met Life Stadium for Wrestlemania 29Feed Me More
Why Wrestling Still Rules?
Dolph Ziggler cashes in.Feed Me More
Wrestling Still Rules Cinema: Barbed Wire City
After reaching it’s goal on Kickstarter late last year, Barbed Wire City, the unofficial ECW documentary, has finally arrived. We’ve been looking forward to finally sitting down watching it and we’ll have a review posted soon. E-C-DUB! E-C-DUB! E-C-DUB!Feed Me More
The replica belt was a very important accessory at Wrestlemania and to be honest, dudes like this just make anyone without a belt look soft. Not to mention he’s got good taste and is rocking the WWE Heavyweight Championship Belt AKA the NWA/WCW “Big Gold Belt”. Happens to be my personal favorite. Also, now that I’m looking at this dude more he even has a Shield thing going on. So yeah, this is adult male cosplay in action in New Jersey. Deal with it.Feed Me More
Mick Foley was inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame just the night prior and some fans came out and showed respect. While this man gets cheers for his love of one of the best Professional Wrestlers of all time, he gets jeers for his:
Hi, this is us. Tim on the left and Keith on the right. This is our Wrestlemania 29 experience through the lens of two professional wrestling fans with about 37+ years of combined fandom. We’ll take you through our personal experiences in what proved to be one of the most insane live events ever produced by human beings.
These were out set seats that only took us 4 tries to correctly find after properly tailgating for several hours. We were not prepared for what we had just experienced which will be depicted in both photo and videos to come. Behind us were mostly Europeans who had spend an unfathomable amount of money to witness what we did that day. The spikey haired full grown man with a replica championship belt would be common place. This was the moment where we finally were able to relax and the weight of what we were about to see was finally settling in. Like P. Diddy, we too, were coming home.Feed Me More