rants: real wrestling, real show vs. late-night drama
As some know, I like wrestling and even gave it shot ending in a hospital with a nasty blood clot. In any case, as of late, it’s been a tiring experience. Watching a multi-million dollar production from WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment; formerly known as World Wrestling Federation, WWF) has become like a task with many over-the-top characters — aside from some good wrestlers like Wade Barret. In the other hand, watching a smaller production like Impact Wrestling (also known as Total Nonstop Action, TNA; which had a close relationship with NWA (National Wrestling Alliance) feels more real and enjoyable with performers paying their dues and not whoring themselves — as well as, a much better female roster, who don’t seem to afraid to break a nail or sport a black eye. Raw (no pun) brutality might be too much nowadays for a politically-correct world so bring out the kendo sticks.