"Myself and my pal Mikey Stallings decided to watch the entire WWE Clash of Champions live event this evening. Amidst a night of predictable finishes, Mikey and I had a great time talking about all the action from tonight's fun pro wrestling spectacle."
"Taking on the personas of Titus O'Neil and John Cena, the two coaches gave you everything you could possibly come to need in a professional wrestling match.
A championship belt, high energy entrances, crowd work, cheap shots, and a giant spot invoving a table to close out the match (that attitude adjustment was legit, btw) — proving, once and for all, even athletes are giant nerds for pro wrestling."
"It's a scientific fact that everyone loves championship belts. Sure, pro boxers, grapplers, and UFC fighters are revered for the fancy belts they get to take back to their gyms. But let's face it nobody rocks a championship belt like a professional wrestler.
They are part of the pomp and circumstance that makes many of these athletes and performers seem larger than life."
As I outlined in my original post, a great deal of my wrestling has always come in the form of counter-wrestling. Letting my opponent make the first move and then working to put out fires as they come up.
It's not the smartest of strategies, but it's pretty much all I've got. Today, I opted to try and identify a few of my worst habits so that I can hopefully start to break a few of them.