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Jo Watson

Founding member (and manager of) That Wrestling Site. Covering the UK scene, interviews with indie wrestlers & WWE action figure reviews

Gaining Heat with Session Moth Martina

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The Sesh How would I describe Session Moth to wrestling fans outside of the UK? I don’t think the word ‘sesh’ is overly used worldwide and my initial reaction of ‘Chav’ (also pretty unknown outside of the UK) is a little harsh. So I think the simplest way to put ...

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WWE Elite Series 46 John Cena by Mattel

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The Cena Effect It’s hard to ‘have a go’ at Cena. Not only does he do some amazing charity work (especially Make A Wish ) but he’s also a legitimate hero and role model for millions and millions of children worldwide. For us older fans (especially men) he’s annoying as hell! His ...

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Gaining Heat With Nicole Pain

The Dawning Of A New Era There was a time when female wrestlers were, for the most part, nothing but eye candy. Most had talent, but only a few were able to shine. Fast forward to 2017 and female wrestlers play a prominent role in the squared circle. There is ...

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First Time In The Line Eva Marie

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Absence & Future Ah, Eva Marie. Say what you must about her, but she was an entertaining figure. I say ‘was’ as she has currently been out of action since August of last year. She’s still hired by the WWE, stating that ‘being with WWE is a full-time job in ...

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WWE Elite Series Hall of Fame Ultimate Warrior

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There Is No Place To Run! At the 1990 Summerslam, The Ultimate Warrior took on Ravishing Rick Rude in a steel cage match. The winner would walk out as the WWF World Heavyweight Champion. Like most of the Warriors match-ups, it was a classic. This Hall of Fame figure is especially ...

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WWE Series 2 Legends; Ravishing Rick Rude

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The Ravishing One Rick Rude has had an interesting career. Most noteworthy, he won the Intercontinental Championship. This is a belt that many legends have held throughout the years. On the opposite spectrum, he was voted ‘Most Hated Wrestler’ by Pro Wrestling Illustrated in 1992. If that doesn’t scream diverse, ...

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British Invasion; Week 3 (RoH Special)

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When The Kings Came To Town It’s very rare that Ring of Honor comes to the UK. When compared to the WWE, they’re not as widely know. Especially this side of the pond. Their 2016 ‘Reach for the Sky‘ tour, however, was a huge success. The card was stacked with ...

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