The “Summer of Punk,” was the hottest thing in wrestling at the time, and is still remembered to this day as one of the greatest angles in WWE history.
Roman Reigns became a true superstar in 2020 as he aligned himself with former rival Paul Heyman, took on a more serious demeanor, and began referring to himself as the “Tribal Chief” and “Head of the Table.”
The element of WrestleMania that tends to be the most overlooked, however, is the effort of WWE’s video production and editing team members, who consistently one-up themselves as each year and each event passes.
What does someone do while the iron’s hot? They strike. Enter high-profile athletes, looking for a lasting legacy that will keep their name in the conversation when the time comes for them to retire from the sport they love.
It may seem small, and many will argue that the quality of a product that shows up on Twitter or Instagram won’t translate to the product on the field. But, it adds up in areas where many may not remember to look, specifically as it relates to recruiting.
Everyone faces their own types of fights in life, and MMA fighters are forced to deal with the harsh realities that come with their professions: a fight inside of the Octagon, and a battle in your head when you’re outside of it.
After five seasons, we’ve officially reached the end for “Ballers” on HBO. As Lance said in the show’s series finale, “it was a magical run while it lasted.” As much … Continue Reading ‘Ballers’ series finale synopsis/review: ‘It was a magical run while it lasted’
To the victor go the spoils, and when you’re Spencer Strasmore, it looks like you get those spoils all across the board at a rapid pace.
‘We’re all superstars’: WWE’s influence across sports world continues to grow as company’s deal with FOX begins
Can you smell what The Rock is cookin’? Is it time to play The Game? For those of you who haven’t followed professional wrestling at any point in your lives, … Continue Reading ‘We’re all superstars’: WWE’s influence across sports world continues to grow as company’s deal with FOX begins
Much like an 18-game NFL regular season would provide disappointment for many NFL players, it looks like fans of “Ballers” might be in for some similar sentiments as the show … Continue Reading ‘Ballers’ Season 5, Episode 6 synopsis/review: ‘A century-old institution’
If you’re still deciding on whether or not to give the final season of “Ballers” a shot, the fifth episode of the show’s final frame may be the catalyst you … Continue Reading ‘Ballers’ Season 5, Episode 5 synopsis/review: ‘Don’t die on your sword’
Another week, another episode closer to the end of “Ballers” as the show quickly makes its way through its fifth and final season. The show has caught some flack in … Continue Reading ‘Ballers’ Season 5, Episode 4 synopsis/review: ‘Best shot is to shoot straight’
War has been a common theme when it comes to Spencer Strasmore on “Ballers.” Whether it’s been against Brett Anderson, his former financial advisor, the higher-ups in the NFL, or … Continue Reading ‘Ballers’ Season 5, Episode 3 synopsis/review: ‘Failure is key’
‘Ballers’ Season 5, Episode 2 synopsis/review: Backstabbing changes course of one storyline as shooting adds wrinkle to another
Enjoy what you can, “Ballers” fans, because you’ve got less than a season left of HBO’s star-studded football drama before the cast says their final goodbyes in a few months. … Continue Reading ‘Ballers’ Season 5, Episode 2 synopsis/review: Backstabbing changes course of one storyline as shooting adds wrinkle to another
Former NFL defensive back Jason Bell, a jack of all trades, is quickly turning into a major name to watch out for across the football world (literally).
‘Ballers’ Season 5, Episode 1 synopsis/review: Have no fear, season premiere dives right into the water with big, bold moves
Just like NFL fans can get set for the start of the regular season around the end of August each year, football fans can count on “Ballers” to be back in action around the same time.