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WWE Making the Right Moves

October 29, 2012

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At last night’s pay-per-view event Hell in a Cell, the WWE and head honcho Vince McMahon showed me something that I haven’t seen as a fan in quite some time: patience. I’ve been watching the WWF/E (and WCW, ECW, ROH) since 1989 or 1990-ish and in that time, especially since the debut of their flagship […]

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The Friday Five: The I-Hate-Losing-In-Fantasy-Football Edition!

September 21, 2012

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Hello one and all and welcome back for the continuing adventures of The Friday Five here at The Farm Club. Last week, yours truly was flying high after a pair of wins in fantasy football, and I was introducing a brand new format to the column, one that I hope allows me to explore strange, […]

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Heel Talk

August 13, 2012

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According to the internet, WWE Superstar Antonio Cesaro (real name Claudio Castagnoli) is at a make or break point with the company.  The organization looks at him as a “now or never” type of wrestler, who will either have a breakout soon or not at all. But is his success or failure as a character […]

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THAT MOVE’S ILLEGAL: Big Show’s WMD punch

August 8, 2012

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It all started with a text. While in a staff meeting, I was texting my buddy, Eric (@EricMitchell13), about this week’s RAW. After discussing several topics, including 80’s tag teams, whether you would consider the Steiner Brothers an 80’s or 90’s tag team, and if the early 90’s is still considered the 80’s, I receive […]

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With a Hole at the Top of WWE, Who Steps Up?

June 1, 2012

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By Nich Beesley AGAIN?  REALLY?  The main event black hole is back.  This time, it’s not necessarily the fault of WWE creative or Vince McMahon.  Instead, it was a series of unfortunate events. Starting back in February, dominoes began to fall with Wade Barrett getting injured during a RAW battle royal that had some really […]

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5 Must Follow Sports Twitter Accounts

May 15, 2012

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There are two ways to use Twitter: You can use it to share and gather information about people and things that you are passionate about, while streamlining the way that information is passed from person to person, or you can use it the right way. Using Twitter the right way often leads to angry tirades […]

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The 5 Most Horrific Sports Injuries (That Didn’t Slow Down Their Victims One Bit)

April 11, 2012

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Athletes get injured all the time. Really, its part of the job description. On occasion injuries are so severe they end careers. In other cases, injuries do nothing but prove that some men are above things like pain, doctors orders, and common sense. In the interest of fairness, I do want to warn everyone that […]

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Confessions of a Wrestling Fan

March 29, 2012

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The biggest event in Sports Entertainment, Wrestlemania XXVIII is coming up this Sunday, in the culmination of another year’s worth of chair shots, chokeslams, and cheesy wrestling puns. The WWE has long thrown its efforts into maximizing a select few pay-per-views, with the rest of the year servicing as a build to these events.  Summer […]

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