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  1. The 2018 PWG BOLA event just hit Highspots Network in the past week. So yea about a year from now BOLA 2019 will be on Highspots.
  2. And if you got the FITE app you get all kinds of free weekly wrestling... Championship Wrestling from Hollywood,Reality of Wrestling,ROH,MLW and even the Mississippi based SWA.
  3. Add in that what a week after teh PPV the entire show aired on AXS. Yep AXS aired the AAA PPV tonight. Two times. I got it on the DVR.
  4. Watched War Chamber last night. And really enjoyed it. Just wondering who the mystery person that Kevin VOn ERich put the claw on is.
  5. Looks like B-Movies TV is dead. It hasn't worked since last weekend. Sent a message to the FB page and never got a reply. RIP B-Movies TV.
  6. I have Netflix-Not the bare bones one account SD plan the one right above it. Hulu-The version with ads. Shuddder-Paying the monthly fee right now. But my in-laws are paying for a year of it as my Xmas gift. Highspots Network-I tried out WWE Network and there wasn't much on it I would watch that I don't already have. So switched to Highspots and love it. Use to have VRV,got it mostly for Boomerang and SHudder,then in August they dropped Shudder and I wasn't going to pay 10 a month for Boomerang. Thinking about adding Amazon Prime next January.
  7. From PWInsider I think----- A backstage incident with former WWE star Big Cass marred last night’s WrestlePro farewell for owner Pat Buck, who was officially wrestling his last match for the promotion after signing on with World Wrestling Entertaining as a Producer. PWInsider.com has confirmed with multiple sources that were present that Cass, who was booked as an unadvertised surprise to appear in a battle royal, was acting “aggressive and erratic” backstage over the course of the evening, leading to several incidents and finally, his expulsion from the Rahway Rec Center in Rahway, NJ. At one point, Cass confronted AEW star Joey Janela in a threatening manner, looking for a physical confrontation, apparently stemming from Janela’s run-in several months back with Enzo Amore at a Blink 182 concert in New Jersey. One source believed Cass slapped Janela, but we were not able to confirm that. The irony over the situation, we are told, is that Cass and Janela had been in the same locker room the night before for Northeast Wrestling and there had been zero issues at all. Cass was approached by WrestlePro’s Kevin Matthews, who defused the situation for the moment. Cass continued to be loud and belligerent to the point that Dan Maff warned WrestlePro that if Cass wasn’t calmed down, he was going to have to step in and handle the situation himself. Maff is known for being an extreme professional backstage, so that he even intimated he was at the point he wanted to take care of the situation was a huge sign Cass was in the wrong. WrestlePro later had Maff and Janela, who were wrestling on the show, moved to a private room so they could call their match without distraction and to keep Cass separated from them. However, Cass’ behavior didn’t stop there as he, according to four different sources, made his way through the locker room accusing several of stealing a sweater he owned and began threatening that he was going to “take care” of the entire locker room. This continued until Cass ended up in a smaller backstage room with AEW stars SCU and Pat Buck, who were in the middle of putting together their main event match for the event. Cass began accusing everyone in the room of stealing his belongings and acting in a threatening manner. He then turned to Buck, who was sitting and said, “What are you going to do, tough guy?” and spit in Buck’s face. Buck, with no recourse as he was backed against a wall, punched Cass and took him down with that one punch. Buck then grabbed Cass and controlled him on the floor as other wrestlers stormed in and pulled Cass out of the room. We are told that the second Cass was down on the floor, his entire demeanor changed as he went from aggressive and threatening to questioning why he was hit and asking what was going on. Local police who were in the building (the Rahway police station is next door to the Rahway Rec Center so whenever there is a wrestling show, there are tons of on duty and off duty officers who stop by to visit) were asked to escort Cass from the building. Cass was removed and Buck’s farewell went on as planned. The consensus in the locker room that Cass was completely unprofessional. Some were so angry over the situation that there was a belief that had Cass remained in the locker room, there were several who were willing to physically throw him out(or worse) themselves. There was a lot of sympathy for Buck given what tonight meant to him personally and because he was placed in a situation where he had zero choice but to defend himself against someone much bigger that was disrespecting the locker room. PWInsider.com was later told by several fans that even after being ejected, Cass remained outside the venue after WrestlePro ended and that it appeared local police were searching his car. At one point, Cass sat down on the sidewalk and according to three different fans we heard from (including one who sent the pictured below), began loudly making remarks about himself to the point that concerned authorities called for an ambulance to take Cass to transport him to a local hospital. 12:44 AM bobholly138: A backstage incident with former WWE star Big Cass marred last night’s WrestlePro farewell for owner Pat Buck, who was officially wrestling his last match for the promotion after signing on with World Wrestling Entertaining as a Producer. PWInsider.com has confirmed with multiple sources that were present that Cass, who was booked as an unadvertised surprise to appear in a battle royal, was acting “aggressive and erratic” backstage over the course of the evening, leading to several incidents and finally, his expulsion from the Rahway Rec Center in Rahway, NJ. At one point, Cass confronted AEW star Joey Janela in a threatening manner, looking for a physical confrontation, apparently stemming from Janela’s run-in several months back with Enzo Amore at a Blink 182 concert in New Jersey. One source believed Cass slapped Janela, but we were not able to confirm that. The irony over the situation, we are told, is that Cass and Janela had been in the same locker room the night before for Northeast Wrestling and there had been zero issues at all. Cass was approached by WrestlePro’s Kevin Matthews, who defused the situation for the moment. Cass continued to be loud and belligerent to the point that Dan Maff warned WrestlePro that if Cass wasn’t calmed down, he was going to have to step in and handle the situation himself. Maff is known for being an extreme professional backstage, so that he even intimated he was at the point he wanted to take care of the situation was a huge sign Cass was in the wrong. WrestlePro later had Maff and Janela, who were wrestling on the show, moved to a private room so they could call their match without distraction and to keep Cass separated from them. However, Cass’ behavior didn’t stop there as he, according to four different sources, made his way through the locker room accusing several of stealing a sweater he owned and began threatening that he was going to “take care” of the entire locker room. This continued until Cass ended up in a smaller backstage room with AEW stars SCU and Pat Buck, who were in the middle of putting together their main event match for the event. Cass began accusing everyone in the room of stealing his belongings and acting in a threatening manner. He then turned to Buck, who was sitting and said, “What are you going to do, tough guy?” and spit in Buck’s face. Buck, with no recourse as he was backed against a wall, punched Cass and took him down with that one punch. Buck then grabbed Cass and controlled him on the floor as other wrestlers stormed in and pulled Cass out of the room. We are told that the second Cass was down on the floor, his entire demeanor changed as he went from aggressive and threatening to questioning why he was hit and asking what was going on. Local police who were in the building (the Rahway police station is next door to the Rahway Rec Center so whenever there is a wrestling show, there are tons of on duty and off duty officers who stop by to visit) were asked to escort Cass from the building. Cass was removed and Buck’s farewell went on as planned. The consensus in the locker room that Cass was completely unprofessional. Some were so angry over the situation that there was a belief that had Cass remained in the locker room, there were several who were willing to physically throw him out(or worse) themselves. There was a lot of sympathy for Buck given what tonight meant to him personally and because he was placed in a situation where he had zero choice but to defend himself against someone much bigger that was disrespecting the locker room. PWInsider.com was later told by several fans that even after being ejected, Cass remained outside the venue after WrestlePro ended and that it appeared local police were searching his car. At one point, Cass sat down on the sidewalk and according to three different fans we heard from (including one who sent the pictured below), began loudly making remarks about himself to the point that concerned authorities called for an ambulance to take Cass to transport him to a local hospital.
  8. Main event was good. And Barbi Hayden vs Diamante was decent. Heard months ago that Barbi had retired from wrestling. Kinda surprised she never got picked up by a bigger fed.
  9. In 86 with a rooftop antenna and rabbit ears I got on Saturdays... all 3 wwf syndicated shows,a sydicated JCP show,WCCW,Memphis,GLOW,Mid SOuht/UWF,Florida and GUlf Coast Championship wrestling. Plus what once a month there was Saturday Night's Main Event.
  10. WOW is usually the worst wrestling I see each week,but I still enjoy it. Reminds me of when I was a kid and Saturdays we got all the WWF syndicated shows,plus WCCW,Florida,Mid South/UWF,Memphis and GLOW. Glow was the show that gave you a change of pace for an hour.
  11. He thankfully isn't bored at school. I know I was from when I started until I was finished. My youngest got his height from me. He is 5'10 right now.
  12. The schools where he is are divided up k thru 6th,7thru 9th ,then high school is 10th thru 12th. He as I said decided to not skip a grade. He has lots of friends in his class and didn't want to not see them as often. Very proud of the kid. He hasn't had the easiest childhood. But keeps doing his best and making me so damn proud.
  13. See my birthday is in July and I skipped second grade. But I was also the tallest kid in school most of my time in school,I was 6 foot tall at 13. My son thought it over and decided to not skip the grade. Mostly cause he wants to still be with his friends his age. This is why we left it up to him to decide.
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