Growing up in the late ’90s meant wrestling was everywhere. Then WWF’s Monday Night Raw and WCW’s Monday Nitro competed head-to-head every week for five-and-a-half years, with both shows drawing massive ratings. ECW was the leading figure of the smaller independent promotions and a legitimate alternative to the WWF and WCW. However, the red hot […]Read more "The Waning Popularity of Professional Wrestling"
1986 wound up becoming a triumphant year for Mike Tyson. After starting the year 15-0, unranked, and roughly only two months removed from Cus D’Amato’s passing, he ended the year 28-0 while winning the WBC heavyweight championship, becoming the youngest man to become heavyweight champ in the process. Unlike ’85, Tyson didn’t gift us the […]Read more "Game Film: Mike Tyson’s 1986 Fights (Part One)"
It’s likely something you don’t think about much, but numbers are all around you every day in your daily life. Even the days of the months and the time we base on our daily schedules are composed of numbers; it’s fair to argue this world is a numerical one. That’s enough fuel to kickstart another […]Read more "The Numerology Behind LeBron’s Numerical Change"
Welcome back to this edition of “Game Film,” where we will finish the remainder of Tyson’s professional fights in 1985 in this article. Last time I only managed to get through six bouts before ending the article, but luckily for us, Tyson finished all but one of this stretch of opponents in the first round. […]Read more "Game Film: Mike Tyson’s 1985 Fights (Part Two)"
Any pause for consideration for why the title of this article is titled under my recurring series, “Game Film,” is fair, as this is the first time I have covered anything other than basketball under that title. Choosing one of the three other major North American sports leagues is more logical, especially considering the title […]Read more "Game Film: Mike Tyson’s 1985 Fights (Part One)"
Under normal circumstances, I would christen this article under the “Game Film” title I use to analyze individual championship series. Unfortunately, this is far from the standard, as there appear to be only 36 seconds of footage1 available from the entire series. However, I have the internet. With that in mind, the information available mainly […]Read more "Expeditious Discourse: 1947 BAA Finals"
Allow me to state this is not an earnest attempt at predicting how the NBA will expand, relocate or realign. Their official position on the topic is that they do plan to expand eventually1. Whether that hypothetical “eventually” is tomorrow or 25 years from now is anyone’s guess. Nothing I’m proposing is outside the realm […]Read more "My Hypothetical NBA Expansion Ideas"
Earlier this year, Shaquille O’Neal was chastised online for his interview with Donovan Mitchell, where he challenged him to continue raising his ceiling by stating he couldn’t win a championship. Naturally, this turned into online pundits and sports personalities criticizing older players for dismissing recent players and their perceived “soft” play style of today’s era. […]Read more "Professional Basketball’s Salad Days"
Ah, just what the internet needs, another list. Cynicism aside, having read the Dragon Ball manga, and being someone who keeps up with its successor, Dragon Ball Super, I’ve decided to throw my hat into the online list ranking niche market. Whereas some websites, blogs, and fans rank each arc of the overall franchise by […]Read more "Dragon Ball Franchise Ranked"
When’s the last time you read Game Informer? Have you gone onto IGN lately to read current reviews or follow the current gaming news? If you actually have done one of those things recently, I have to wonder why. I’m not a big proponent of social media, but why not just go on Twitter and […]Read more "Video Game Journalism Does Not Matter"