Women’s Revolution

Lita introducing the new WWE Women’s Championship. (Photo By: Miguel Discart)

The women of professional wrestling have never been on the same level as their male counterparts. For years, women either had no significant part or TV time and were viewed solely as eye candy. The biggest insult is fans utilizing the women’s segments and matches as a bathroom break. The women just never got the credit they truly deserved.

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One versus all


Roman Reigns’ Championship win at Wrestlemania 32 (Photo By Manuel 33 via Wikimedia Commons)

The term overrated is thrown around a lot these days and especially in the world of sports. One probably wouldn’t want to be associated with the word. It’s a negative adjective to describe an individual or thing of being better than it really is. It’s used as a way of discrediting an individual.

There are tons of athletes that fall under this list such as Stephen Curry, LeBron James and Cam Newton but let’s look at one man – Roman Reigns.

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The Warriors will reclaim the NBA Championship


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It’s not easy to say the words, “I told you so,” and whether you like it or not you’re going to hear it in the next few months.

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The Real MVP – James Harden

The National Basketball Association (NBA) has been awarding the best performing player of the regular season as the Most Valuable Player (MVP) in their respected league since the 1955-56 season. The award has always been an on-going and fast-changing, controversial topic. It’s already been an exciting 2016-17 season for the NBA and with All-Star weekend approaching, the race to be named the next MVP is as competitive as ever!

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Professional wrestling doesn’t get enough credit

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Professional wrestling is pre-determined.

There’s just no doubt about it. There are aspects of pure athleticism in pro-wrestling but their outlandish storylines make for entertainment. There’s a term for that and it’s called “sports entertainment.” In fact, it’s in the name of the world’s largest wrestling promotion, the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).

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