Darkside’s back! How I started loving pro wrestling again

Darkside's Back Baby!

I was kind of a big deal you know…in the late 1990’s, my words were regularly read by over a million people each month. I appeared on podcasts, and in video interviews. As a lifelong wrestling fan, I got to live a dream. Then that dream stopped being fun, and for nearly a decade I stopped watching wrestling.

So long Edge

This week one of the guys that I’ve followed since the very beginning of his career retired from professional wrestling, and in a lot of ways it kind of closed the chapter on a period of my life. WWE’s Edge has retired from active duty as a WWE wrestler after an amazing 14 year career.… Continue reading So long Edge

An eventful weekend!

I got a lot done this weekend, in addition to working on the big idea that Ryan and I are working on, I managed to get a little bit of re-design for HeadsDown done, and managed to figure out a layout, content schematic, and roughly work on the style sheet. With a little persistance, I… Continue reading An eventful weekend!

I’m number 95!

I’m number 95! I was named to 411Wrestling.com’s 100 most influential wrestling writers list, and I’m number 95! My TSN.ca/Wrestling co-writer Josh Shiaman was named number 60 on the list. Doesn’t mean a whole lot, I mean I’m not going to get a raise for it or anything, but it’s pretty cool anyway!

The Royal Rumble

The Royal Rumble is by far my favourite WWE PPV of the year, I love the whole concept of the Rumble. For the last couple of years, my friends and I have got together and made a few bets on the outcome. We all throw in five bucks, and draw numbers from a hat, the… Continue reading The Royal Rumble

Still confused.

This week I picked up my new motherboard, a KT3 Ultra. I’ve been basing everything on buying the MSI K7T266a, because I didn’t think I’d be able to find the KT3 at retail for another few months since it was only officially released at the end of February. However, on Friday before Axxess, I popped… Continue reading Still confused.

Royal Rumble Pool

Thirty men enter. One man leaves. Here are the official Royal Rumble Pool Rules: Thirty numbers will be placed in a recepticle (be it hat, or popcorn bucket), and each person will take a turn drawing a number until all numbers are taken. The number will represent the wrestler who arrives in the ring in… Continue reading Royal Rumble Pool