WWF

A Non-Violent Form of Entertainment: The WWE and the 1999 Super Bowl

It’s Super Bowl Sunday, a day where Americans across the country gather together to either watch the NFL Championship game or pretend to not know what “sportsball” is. It’s a bloated, glorious spectacle, a day where everything from individual plays to the halftime show to Budweiser commercials are watched and…

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WRESTLING

Put Limp Bizkit in the WWE Hall of Fame, You Cowards

It’s 2001, and an era is ending. The World Wrestling Federation stands alone as the major wrestling promotion in the United States, purchasing and dancing on the corpse of WCW Monday Nitro while traveling the road to WrestleMania X7, which will be main evented by The Rock and “Stone Cold”…

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WRESTLING

The Supernatural Powers of Keiji Mutoh

To the outsider, pro wrestling fans are a group with a common defect: a love of watching melodramatic, shirtless fake-punching in smelly, cramped venues. The truth is that pro wrestling begets many different kinds of devotees. From the jaded to the wide-eyed, from the young to the elder, from the…

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