Showing posts from September 14, 2016

The RAW View - The Cruiserweight Classic Finales

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It was down to four... and then there was one... these are my thoughts, opinions, reactions and so forth to the Cruiserweight Classic Finales that aired on the WWE Network on September 14, 2016...

Note: Only did a vlog, as I took cryptic notes though out the show but nothing worth adding.

Quick match results. Gran Metalik defeated Zack Sabre Jr in a semi-final match TJ Perkins defeated Kota Ibushi in a semi-final match Johnny Gargano and Tommanso Ciampa defeated Cedric Alexander & Noam Dar TJ Perkins defeated Gran Metalik in the Cruiserweight Classic Finales to win the tournament

From The Vault - Bret 'Hitman' Hart's Autobiography & DVD Set

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On this week's edition of 'From The Vault', it's Bret Hart focused as I give you my recommendations to track down his autobiography 'Hitman: My Real Life In The Cartoon World of Pro Wrestling' and the 'Bret Hart: The Best There Is, The Best There Was, The Best There Ever Will Be' DVD Set

NOTES / SCRIPT   (Yeah I didn't stick to closely to my own notes and script here...)

We are going into the Vault… and pulling an actual book off of my bookshelves… with Bret Hart autobiography ‘Hutman: My Real Iife In the Cartoon World of Wrestling’

Published by Grand Central Publishing in depending on where you look October 2007 or October 2008 (which is what is indicated in the book itself)… this is one of the best, if not the best wrestling books released when the genre of caught fire in 1999 thanks to Mick Foley’s Have A Nice Day.

Those familiar with Bret Hart’s career knows the heartbreak and triumph, the highs and lows …

Commentary - Big Brother Has Always Been Watching

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Inspired by a column over at, I talk about, in my own unique way, the issue of surveillance in America... from the point of view of something who has known that Big Brother has always been watching.

The Column that inspired this video log:
How Cops Have Turned Baltimore into a Surveillance State