WRESTLEMANIA 36

Professional Wrestling Is Already Cinema, Losers

WrestleMania 36, the collective fever dream of a world hungry for live entertainment and yet somehow sick to death of the WWE’s signature brand of live entertainment, took place last week, forever altering many fans’ perception of what wrestling is—what wrestling is capable of being—through its presentation of the Undertaker/AJ…

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The End of Wrestling As We Know It: WrestleMania 36 Part Two Recap and Review

Previously: WrestleMania 36 Part One At last, wrestling can sleep. It won’t, of course—as a long-running metaphor for the strength and endurance of America(n capitalism), there’s more Raw, NXT, SmackDown, and AEW to come—but it could. And if it did, what strange new territory it’d have to explore upon waking. AJ…

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WELCOME TO THE BONEYARD: WrestleMania 36 Part One Recap and Review

WrestleMania shouldn’t have happened this year, but it did. Pre-taped in the WWE Performance center from the hours of 11:00pm to 5:00am and with a card heavily altered due either to talent being ill in an undisclosed fashion or being immunocompromised, WrestleMania defied logic and safety, practically spit in God’s…

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Too Big For One Night: WrestleMania 36 Preview and Predictions

In undoubtedly the most unique WrestleMania we’ve ever seen, the Granddaddy of them all will emanate pre-taped from a closed off Performance Center on both Saturday and Sunday night. Rob Gronkowski will be hosting for the non-existence audience, a sight I personally am very much looking forward to in the…

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