NXT UK Releases and What It Means For the UK Scene

Just one day after Tyler Bate, Gallus and Blair Davenport shockingly appeared on NXT 2.0, WWE officially announced that the NXT UK brand will be closing down following the upcoming Worlds Collide event. This is set to take place on September 4th, just one day after WWE Clash at the Castle. It was also announced... Continue Reading →

Top Five Best Songs From The Kinks

Regarded as one of the most influential rock bands of the 1960s, The Kinks were formed in Muswell Hill, North London in 1963 by brothers Ray and Dave Davies. Ray Davies (rhythm guitar, lead vocals, keyboards) and Dave Davies (lead guitar, vocals) remained members throughout the band's 33-year run. When the band split up in... Continue Reading →

Three Days Grace Returns with Explosions

Canadian rock band Three Days Grace has returned with their seventh studio album, Explosions. The album really gives off a grungy vibe that will definitely please their fanbase. The album opens with "So-Called Life", which has a few incredible riffs and a thumping bass with great use of an electro beat in the background with... Continue Reading →

Is Steve Austin Vs Bret Hart The Best WrestleMania Match?

In the thirty-eight years of WrestleMania, this is arguably one of the best matches. The showdown between Bret Hart and Stone Cold Steve Austin began after Austin won the 1996 King of the Ring tournament, with Austin taunting Hart while he was inactive. Bret would make his much-anticipated return in October 1996 and accepted Austin's... Continue Reading →

WrestleMania 2000 In Review

It's WrestleMania season and as we prepare for WrestleMania 38, once again happening over two days, I decided to watch a WrestleMania from years past, WrestleMania 2000. Which is infamous for the "McMahon in every corner" main event match for the WWF Championship. The opening contest was a tag team match, pitting The Godfather and... Continue Reading →

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