Another Week of Wrestling #8 (28th June 2021)

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Another week of wrestling has come to an end, and I somehow managed to keep the title of King of the Trios for another week. It’s amazing how one person can come out and try so hard to win a title, only to be denied by a better wrestler. Fans have been claiming that my character is boring, but I think that’s a compliment. I can only do one thing, and I do it well.

The story of this week’s wrestling game is that Kenny has been defeated in a match by a low-flying finisher, and has awoken in the locker room with no recollection of what happened.  His last thought as he awoke was of that finisher, a roundhouse to the midsection, and so he will be looking for it on his opponent’s moveset.  He has a feeling that he will be able to find it online, and so he will use the “Find Moveset” feature to do so.. Read more about wrestling near me and let us know what you think.

Another Wrestling Week #8 (June 28, 2021)


Thanks for coming! In addition to bringing you This Is Not Wrestling every Thursday and raving about PPVs on YouTube, I’ll also be giving my thoughts on other wrestling events that catch my attention on Monday. I’m Danny Schade, I write for Geeks + Gamers, and it’s another week of struggle!

Another screamer flipped his crib this week and made a funny noise. Chris Jericho didn’t like that a bunch of WWE women were mocking his cardboard punch from the top of the cage AEW Blood & Guts , so he threw one of his tantrums (which seems to be encouraged in a Tony Khan wrestling action figure toy box) and went back to AEW to beat up the other side, while Jericho and the others pretend to be above it.

People laugh at things like this, but it’s for a reason, because it’s a real situation that could happen at any time. Good luck to everyone in our industry, and anyone who picks on someone who takes a risk and puts their body on the line can really go to hell. Especially business people. I can name a few. There are girls in WWE who have said things they should not have said. Maybe they weren’t wrong, and in 6 months they will probably ask us for work anyway, and I will keep that in mind, so let’s leave it at that. -Chris Jericho

Why does that last one sound like Vince McMahon in my head, mate? Anyway, although she’s doing well, I wouldn’t bet much money on Shotzi Blackheart kicking Ayatollah Cake and Coke‘s ass; but I’m sure Shayna Baszler will kick that talkative little bastard’s ass if he doesn’t keep his foot off his mouth.

News on the subject : Eddie Kingston has no belt to throw in the trash, but he still has a bridge to burn, for the enjoyment of his current tribe. My stock in Kingston is down. He can’t just try to be very good at his job; he has to make a fool of himself and play Winsman badly! for EVPs and the small percentage of love blind fans. This is what was said after Dynamite aired this weekend.

Sometimes opponents don’t want to hear from their fans. Looks like I have another bridge to burn – surprise! Ladies and gentlemen, AEW cares about its fans, because we’re not here just to get paid. We’re here every week, with you, without you, and we work our asses off because we love wrestling! -Eddie Kingston.

Hmm, okay. How many times has AEW lied to their fans? I’m not just talking about official press releases from companies. I’m talking Tony Hahn and Cody Rhodes , personal and LOL at nonsense like sports themed presentation, We’re looking for fresh presentations and Oh, yeah, that’s right, the ring didn’t explode because it wasn’t supposed to explode, right? Chris Jericho, Dustin Rhodes, Matt and Nick Hardy threw their teddy bears out of the stroller at one point and took on the fans in line.

I like Eddie Kingston. In my first edition of That’s Not Wrestling, I said I was a fan and hoped to see more of him. I got my wish, and I honestly regret that decision. I understand Kingston’s pride in being on TV and making a decent living without having to bend over to grab Vince McMahon’s ankles, but everything Kingston has done here has proven that he reads from the same brochure as the rest of the gang, but not WWE.

I also understand why someone would want to be like that: I’m just a regular person confronting a big jerk with a bag of money. Well, Eddie, look around, buddy. The place where you are is not far from where you throw the stones. Tony Khan has more money than brains, and AEW has a lot of people who have jobs because of WHO they know, not WHAT they know.

Focus on making your own shit high quality and it will stand out from the rest WITHOUT lowering the bar, lowering the position of the competition, and thus lowering the expectations of the fans. This is not the opinion of a man who is convinced of his profession.

Despite the cheap gains in the short term, Kingston is just shooting itself in the foot in the long term. Plus, it’s a bad tag, as you can see from Chris Jericho’s lament above. The only time anyone in WWE cares about what Eddie said about him is if he misheard you and thought you were talking about Kofi Kingston. Even then, they wouldn’t give much weight to what was said.

Former WWE writer Kenis Mobley was recently hired and recently fired. If she took her feet off the table and changed her mind (but wouldn’t admit it), she was doing the right thing. Fans and talent were upset to learn that her wrestling knowledge wasn’t mentioned in the interview and that she didn’t know whether she was going to write about Bobby Ashley or Bobby Lashley, which of course wasn’t the best option for everyone involved.

This is not a new problem for wrestling. This isn’t a new problem outside of wrestling either. Many geeks and gamers have become aware that our entertainment sources have been taken over by or control has been handed over to people with the right friends/contacts but not the right skills.

Let’s face it, a lot of them are out of their minds too. The creators of wrestling, video games Comic Books and movies have yet to get to know each other and each other’s work. They all think they can hack and hide their shit in plain sight. But in reality they are just giving a good workout to Einstein’s definition of insanity.

Finally, something positive: It looks like Joe Rogan is finally starting to get interested in professional wrestling. Even after years of respecting the hard work and physical exertion required of people working in this industry, he still couldn’t understand why people loved the hobby so much.

The podcast giant spoke on Instagram while watching TV.

The WWE documentaries that are airing on A&E right now are really well done. Maybe I’m very high, but I think I’m really starting to understand pro wrestling now. –Joe Rogan

I’m probably biased, but I agree! Shortly after Rogan showed his appreciation for the A&E WWE documentary series, a wrestling legend emerged from the tall grass, offering to fill the void… …and punch him in the face.

Once, it was the best job in the world. One day we will get drunk (or high) and talk about it. Or talk about it first and then get out of here – The Rock

As far as I can tell, there’s nothing to complain about here. Rock will be on Rogan’s podcast, or Rogan will be involved in professional wrestling in some way, it would be interesting, entertaining and beneficial to all parties.

Chances are, The Rock will be a great guest on Rogan’s show and they’ll have a great time. I don’t expect to see Rogan at the WWE commentary table anytime soon, although it would be nice if he was interested. Working with Joe Rogan will benefit the WWE more than any of their previous collaborations.

That’s it for this week. Evaluate and discuss! Don’t forget to follow the This Is Not Wrestling show published every Thursday on Keep it up, and I’ll see you next Monday to discuss #AnotherWeekOfWrestling!

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