Sunday, May 31, 2020

DTM-Cast: Episode #121

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Quick ten-question canned edition of the program. The first of three for the month. Hopefully, they'll fill twenty minutes or so.

Saturday, May 30, 2020

AEW Dynamite (May 27th, 2020): What's FTR Doing In The Impact Zone?!

So it's the aftermath of Double Or Nothing... the stadium stampede has come and gone... and I'm going to buy the replay since I've heard good things about the show. If all goes well, expect a write-up on said show in a couple weeks.

In the meantime, we have the aftermath on Dynamite and it starts with...

Friday, May 29, 2020

Review #730 - Panel De Pon (Super Famicom)

Added to Nintendo Switch Online! Which I means I can play it and recycle an old review!


Thursday, May 28, 2020

New Menu Bar On Top - Work In Progress

In case you hadn't noticed, I've added a new menu bar on top of the menu. So, now you can access stuff more quickly and there's even links to review pages listed by console.

It's still a work in progress. A lot of the review pages are taken from the old Review Archive, which is no longer active. It'll be a while longer before those pages have working links and even then, some of the videos that those pages housed are no longer up for one reason or another.

But hey, something useful for navigation for once. So yay...

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

WWF In Your House #11 - Buried Alive (October 1996 PPV)

The first Buried Alive match took place on this show... hence the name of the show. Not much else happened on here and it's a pretty nothing show otherwise, so let's get this over and done with.

Sunday, May 24, 2020

DTM-Cast: Episode #120

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Looking back on GameFAQs reviews... and how many of them were turned into videos.

Saturday, May 23, 2020

Random Thoughts On Double Or Nothing, Hana Kimura, TNA

In case anyone was wondering - god knows why - no, I will not be watching the Double Or Nothing PPV event taking place tonight. Under a different set of circumstances, I probably would jump at the chance... but the prevailing circumstances of the world we live in (as well as - let's be honest - the rather hefty price tag) means I won't be watching this show. Maybe somewhere down the line, when things are better, I might order the replay, but for the moment, I can only wish AEW the best in trying to put together the most kick-ass show possible.

Too bad, too... I was actually looking forward to that Stampede Stadium event or whatever it was called.

Also, sad to hear about the passing of Stardom star Hana Kimura and the circumstances surrounding it. It's... pretty dreadful that we go online to share our love and passion for something, only for some unruly folks to ruin it. Folks, if you're at a point where things look bleak, it's okay to seek help. There are options... and Twitter isn't one of them.

To end this on a somewhat happy note, I've been watching some terrible old TNA PPVs for the purposes of posting terrible PPV musings. I clearly missed out on some grade-ASS quality sports bullshit.

Thank you, Shoulders Torelli, for coining a new thing that I'm going to stick with until the end of time.

Thursday, May 21, 2020

VIDEO - Wrestling Observer Radio Remembers Shad Gaspard

For those who haven't heard, former WWE Superstar Shad Gaspard (he of Cryme Time fame with JTG) and his ten-year-old son were caught in a rip current while swimming this past Sunday. He directed lifeguards to save his son first, but was unfortunately caught in a wave. His body was found a couple days later.

I remember Cryme Tyme being a pretty entertaining duo and both guys did good stuff. Those who knew Shad have said that he was a good man... and knowing that he sacrificed his life so that his son could be saved more than solidifies that claim.

Thoughts and prayers to the family.

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

WWF In Your House #10 - Mind Games (Sept. 1996 PPV)

If you want the King Of The Ring, International Incident, and Summerslam PPVs that preceded today's subject matter, you can find those on the all-new Wrestling Musings Page.