Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Your Midweek Links:

More examination of the above two's past lives in ROH this week
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Wednesday is upon the world, and only the rest of today and two more days stand between you and the weekend. You've made it this far, congratulations. However, I fear you may need help to get to Friday afternoon. FEAR NOT goodly reader, for I have the solution to your problem. Below are the best links that lead to some of the finest writing about wrestling from the past week. They will surely aid you in your quest to get through the working week and get to the weekend, where you can drink precisely one be... wait a second, I already rip that @dril tweet off for another weekly post that I do, don't I? Ah well, just click the goddamn links below, alright?

Hey, have you checked out last week's TweetBag? Do it, because it's got a nice mix of questions from the users of Twitter. [The Wrestling Blog]

Also check out the Best in the World Rankings if you haven't already. TWB has some great recurring features that you'd be remiss if you didn't check them out. [The Wrestling Blog]

FloSlam is dead, and David Bixenspan examines why it was such a poor venture even with its grandiose theoretical ideals. [Deadspin]

Speaking of streaming services, Powerbomb TV has added a ton of content, and Reverend Kain has a guide for you to use to navigate it. [Cageside Seats]

WWE let Jim Johnston go, and Ian Williams takes a look at one of the most iconic members of the company's mythos. [VICE Sports]

Guilherme Jaeger continues his dive into the characters of NJPW, this time with LOS INGOBERNABLES de Japon's masked wonder, BUSHI. [Medium]

JJ McGee continues his look at the epic El Generico/Kevin Steen feud from Ring of Honor through the lens of their Fight Without Honor [The Spectacle of Excess]

Ryan Reilly went from one half of an up-and-coming tag team on the indies to a musician, and John Corrigan has an interview with him on that transition. [The Wrestling Estate]

NON-WRESTLING #1: All Shane Mettlen wants for Christmas is Joel Embiid on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and now I do too. [The Open Man]

NON-WRESTLING #2: In their latest Dream Casting, Elle Collins fleshes out the cast of characters for an adaptation of genre-bending, fourth-wall breaking Animal Man. [SyFy Wire]