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Former Wrestler/Ref Danny Davis Has The ‘X’ Factor

Wrestling autobiographies are not exactly a scarce commodity nowadays. Between tomes written by grappling luminaries like Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Chris Jericho, and Bret “Hitman” Hart, pro wrestlers chronicling their wild and frenzied days as kingpins of the squared circle have certainly cultivated a crowded field in the genre in the last 15 years or […]

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This ‘Killer Bee’ is an ‘A’ Inside The Ring

Ask any fan of 1980s professional wrestling what their favorite characteristic of the era was and you’ll likely receive a plethora of responses, ranging from the bombastic personalities, the loquacious managers, the nearly-extinct squash matches, and, of course, the crossover into the mainstream. But no list of attributes of the extravagant decade would be complete […]

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MLW’s de la Renta ‘Manages’ To Make Her Mark in Pro Wrestling

Once a routine part of professional wrestling, managers have seen their once-pivotal roles gradually become extinct in the sport’s modern era. While figures such as Bobby “The Brain” Heenan, Jim Cornette, and Captain Lou Albano previously held the distinction of acting as smarmy mouthpieces for many of wrestling’s most esteemed characters, eventually, the available jobs […]

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Don’t Go Messin’ With A Country Boy: Hillbilly Jim Honored At Hall Of Fame

One of the more colorful characters in the post-expansion era of the World Wrestling Federation (now World Wrestling Entertainment), “Hillbilly” Jim Morris first moseyed his way onto the national grappling scene as an enthusiastic fan who routinely watched the action from the front row before eventually becoming a titan of the ring himself.  His pairing […]

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Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special Event, DOCTOR WHO: THE DAY OF THE DOCTOR IN 3D

On Saturday, November 23rd, 2013, everyone’s favorite Doctor celebrated his 50th Anniversary. For any Whovian, this Saturday’s uninterrupted airing of “The Day of the Doctor” was highly anticipated. What would the Doctor face? Or more importantly, would any Doctors return? The following are my thoughts. There may be slight spoilers, so if you haven’t seen “The […]

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Holiday Gift Guide 2012 – Stephanie K’s Picks

Stephanie K. travels through cyberspace in her e-TARDIS, saving humanity from the clenches of evil like bad video game purchases and poor grammar. When not saving the digital universe she is writing for RFMag, being the Lead Editor of a 3-year running independent gaming site, and wants to be a paperback writer. » Stephanie K. […]

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San Diego Comic Con 2012: USA Networks Psych Cast Interviews

I’m a huge Psych fan. So, when the opportunity arose to interview the cast at this year’s San Diego Comic Con I jumped for the chance. In case you need a refresher, the last season of Psych ended with a potentially tragic cliffhanger: Henry Spencer (Corbin Bernsen) is shot in point blank range by one of […]

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TV execs have lost their minds

I just read that ABC has greenlit a show based on the Geico insurance cavemen guys. WTF? These are neanderthals people. They couldn’t adapt 30,000 years ago, that’s why they died out. How can they expect to make it in Hollywood? They don’t even have a language, how are they going to write the script? […]