What the World is Watching

Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction

“The Wrestler”
Season 2, Episode 4
02/13/1998

In Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction, Star Trek: The Next Generation’s William Riker presents dramatizations of stories that are beyond our comprehension, yet challenge us to determine whether they’re real or fake. Can you name a better topic for this discussion than professional wrestling?
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What the World is Watching

Room 104

HBO

“Avalanche”
Season 4, Episode 3
8//2020

Room 104 is an anthology series, similar to The Twilight Zone or Black Mirror, and is on whatever variation of HBO is currently streaming right now. Every episode is a different story that takes place in hotel room 104. This particular episode is the spiritual successor to the 2008 movie, The Wrestler.

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The Jeff Foxworthy Show

“Wrestling Opera”
Season 2, Episode 21
4/28/1997

If you watched The Jeff Foxworthy Show you might’ve been a redneck. Or one of the very few people who watched this sad attempt at capturing the magic of the TGIF-style family sitcom. It was another in a long list of examples that not all comedians’ material translates to the sitcom format.

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Ringside Cinema

How I got into College (1989)

Nowadays, I can just write “80’s” and “GLOW” and chances are you’re going to click to read more.

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Wrestling Comic Book Covers – DC Comics

Here’s a list of wrestling comic book covers from DC Comics. Expect a lot of Superman and Superman tie-ins.

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Wrestling Comic Book Covers – Children’s Comics

Here’s a list of Saturday morning cartoons turned wrestling-themed comic book covers.  Continue reading “Wrestling Comic Book Covers – Children’s Comics”

WWE Network Playlist

Hart Family Feud

Here’s a list of every match I could find on the WWE Network involving The Hart Foundation stable, wrestling against each other in some form or another. Warning: it’s very Hart Foundation vs. British Bulldogs heavy. But is that really such a bad thing? Also, things switch up a bit after 1992.

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Wrestling Comic Book Covers – Marvel Comics

Here’s a list of Marvel’s best wrestling comic book covers.

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WWE Network Playlist

Comic Book Cosplay Wrestling

With the mecca of all nerdy fanboy events (San Diego Comic Con) starting this week, and Brian Cage demonstrating how easily wrestlers can bring comic book characters to life, here’s a playlist of matches involving wrestlers cosplaying as superheroes/villains.

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