Friday, June 29, 2012

Raw Ruminations Link + Wrestling Interviews and more

Here is the link to my review of the latest episode of Raw- Click 996 to read the entire article
Raw Ruminations is a weekly feature on Wrestle Hustle , Australia's top wrestling website.




Been watching Redneck Island - it is basically a Survivor knockoff hosted by Stone Cold Steve Austin with a bunch of rednecks trying to win 100 grand. It ain't nothing special but a decent diversion.

Louie returned for season 3 on FX - as always full of laughs, this time Louie decides to get a motorcycle. Season 2 is now Netflix Streaming.

It is was nice seeing Sonjay Dutt back on Impact Wrestling. That finishing move was pretty tight. I like this time of year for TNA when they bring back X Division alum.

Fans of Evolve wrestling this is a big weekend as they present 3 straight iPPVs.

The Stro will take on Billy Gunn June 30th as part of APWA Blood Sweat and Tears in Alleghany, West Virginia. Also on the card Luke Gallows and Sonjay Dutt.

If you are near Kingsport, TN, NWA Smoky Mountain presents the Cage of Death,  cage matches, a battle royal and titles on the line- Saturday , June 30th.

July 14th in Fort Lauderdale, Florida NWA Ring Warriors will present Hollywood Heatwave featuring matches with Badass Billy Gunn, the Headbangers , Vordell Walker, Chance Prophet and others.

June 30th SPW in Virginia Beach will run a show at roller derby in Virginia Beach.

August 18th Warriors of Wrestling is bringing Matt Hardy, Robbie E, Shane Douglas,Shelly Martinez, Rosita and more to Staten Island, NY.

Tommy Dreamer will be launching a new promotion in October called the House of Hardcore.

Looking for a good source for wrestling and MMA news check out Angry Marks

The Old School Wrestling Podcast covers the 100th episode of Nitro- Click to listen

ECW original Shane Douglas returned to Roundtable Wrestling Radio on Monday - Click to Listen

New Jack was on Roundtable Wrestling Radio on Thursday- Click to listen

Locally the Colley Cantina is shutting down this weekend- having been a staple of the local rock scene for years, it is is a shame to see another landmark of the Norfolk scene go away. The endup before last call- the place to congregate after a movie or show is now going dark. It sucks and is another reminder of the transient nature of the bar business. It is the place I DJed most recently this year and last and also the place I saw Vinny Peculiar live.






No comments: