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On sights and seeing

Thanks to the Interstate Highway System, it is now possible to travel from coast to coast without seeing anything. – Charles Kuralt Since the WordPress App for iPhone has been updated and now doesn’t totally suck I can write posts from wherever I am. Right now that place is a train from Brighton to London … Continue reading

Putting the amateur into professional wrestling

Wow, it’s been a long time since I last wrote something here! Obviously life took over at some point. Just so people are aware, I’m actually putting together a better blog – cleaner layout, my own domain name, better plugins and stuff to make running it easier. I’ve also realised that I don’t always have … Continue reading

“Dirty Tricks” in British Wrestling

On Saturday May 5th, FPW held its Futuremania event, in aid of Cancer Research. When such an event happens for charity, you hope the stories afterwards focus on how much money was raised, how everyone enjoyed themselves and how the charity has benefitted from it. While I’m pleased to say that a lot of money … Continue reading

The use of social media in UK Wrestling: Twitter

Without going into platitudes about how social media has changed our lives and all the rest of it, I want to take a look at some of the ways in which we, as the UK Wrestling Industry, use social networking to our advantage or disadvantage. A lot of the time, we just sort of post … Continue reading

Future Pro Wrestling’s FUTUREMANIA In Aid of Cancer Research

On May the 5th, come celebrate Future Pro Wrestling‘s 1st Birthday show, FUTUREMANIA, in aid of Cancer Research UK. Kicking off at 7pm (doors open a bit earlier), this show features a load of great matches, as well as a charity auction, lots fun and even FREE CAKE! Tickets are on sale now! Charity Auction … Continue reading

Funny Moments of Wrestling: How not to tell a joke…

In case any of you are waiting around for my next “big” post, I’m currently working on a post about the use of social media in pro-wrestling, not so much bemoaning the state of Twitter references in WWE and TNA, although that is annoying (and that’s from a self-professed Twitter/Facebook whore), more discussing its use, … Continue reading