Nowadays, I can just write “80’s” and “GLOW” and chances are you’re going to click to read more.
With the second season of GLOW having premiered this past week on Netflix, here’s a list of the best wrestler cameos from the first season, since I haven’t done a write up for it, yet.
Season 3, Episode 5
Netflix’s Love was a great anti-romantic comedy series made even better by having their own wrestling episode.
Year in reviews are still going on, right? Enjoy the third installment of The Year of Wrestling in Pop Culture.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned thanks to Maffew’s Botchamania, is that wrestling nerds love them some Simpsons references. Especially, when you can tie them into a joke about wrestling. So here’s a Simpsons episode full of wrestling references and jokes about wrestling.
With the new Netflix show GLOW already receiving
GLOWing rave reviews, it’s safe to assume that pro wrestling fans have finally gotten a live-action TV show about wrestling that gets it right, and to top it off, actually holds some kind of artistic merit. But before you decide to binge on all 10 episodes of Netflix’s latest female empowering dramedy, please refer to this list of those wrestling shows (both animated and live action) that came before GLOW, and died a miserable cancellation, or are actually still airing. But mostly died a miserable cancellation.
The year’s wrapping up, and in the world of professional wrestling, journalists, fans, bloggers, etc., will be declaring their wrestlers and matches of the year. However, here at Cheap Pop Culture, I’d rather give you a breakdown of all the times pro wrestling reared its red-headed step child head in the world of pop culture. So enjoy the second annual of The Year of Wrestling in Pop Culture.
Unlike most sitcoms, My Name is Earl had a high concept which centered on this low-life dude who wins the lottery, but then immediately gets hit by a car. Having learned what karma is, Earl creates a long list of all the people he’s ever wronged and plans to use his money to right those wrongs. In this episode he helps a woman become a Black Lady of Wrestling and also have a baby.
Title: American Angels: Baptism of Blood
Bio: The American Angels’ Women’s Champion was a force to be reckoned with. She was a dominant champion and showboat who finally met her match in newcomer, Luscious Lisa. Was also rumored to be dating Angels color commentator, Diamond Dave.
Signature Move: Playing to the crowd.