It’s time for our latest unboxing. This time Marvel shows off their showdowns of bad vs. evil in their latest Collector Corps offering.
Welcome back to Retro Wrestling. On this edition, we look back at the first ever February PPV in WWF history, Rage in the Cage. Rage in the Cage was the sixth installment of WWF’s In Your House PPV series. This PPV was about six weeks away from WrestleMania XI, so a lot of pieces for the WrestleMania puzzle are going to fall into place. In the Main Event, Bret Hart defends the WWF Championship inside of a Steel Cage, the winner will go on to main event WrestleMania as the Champion. So, let’s get started. Continue reading
“Black. All important movies start with a black screen. And music. Edgy, scary music that would make a parent or studio executive nervous.” And with that we were on the glorious ride known as the LEGO Batman Movie. Continue reading
It’s the box that keeps coming with no rhyme or reason, My Geek Box. Check out January’s (I think?) offering.
After out opening video package, my favorite announcer in WWE Ricardo Rodriguez introduces Alberto Del Rio. I laughed at the only English words he said “loser Oakland Raiders” taking a jab at the team since they are in Oakland tonight. Del Rio gets in the rings and takes a mic and says he is committed to excellence and later tonight six men will put their careers on the line just for the right to lose to him at WrestleMania. He then moves onto his opponent tonight, Kofi Kingston and calls him trash and begins to run him down further as Kofi’s music hits and we are ready for action. Continue reading
It’s time for another Unboxing! This time we have “Origins” from Lootcrate. Give it a watch and enjoy!
Part of the reason I started this blog was to have a place to put my archives. So, with WWE presenting the Elimination Chamber PPV in ten days I figured it was a good time to post my first column “from the vault” which is my review of the first WWE Elimination Chamber PPV from 2010. Enjoy! Continue reading