VLOG: WWE Night of Champions

After all sorts of crazy technical problems with blip, my thoughts are up.  I go off book a little about wrestling theory, and my personal pet peeves with the IWC (Internet Wrestling Community), but it gets to the meat of the show, too.  I hope you wrestling fans enjoy.  And I hope you non-wrestling fans enjoy, too.

Part 1

Part 2


Fun Fact - Raw experienced its lowest ratings since November 17th, 2008.  Yeah.  Like I said, this PPV is stuck in time, and didn't give ANYTHING to build from.  So no one tuned in.  Proof in the pudding, I dare say.


  1. While I don't particularly enjoy wrestling, I do appreciate its entertainment style. Weird thing, and I'm sure you'll understand, I liked this entire VLOG because it was really long and made me think about you Gabe and I sitting in Gabe's room talking way too long into the night.

  2. That's why I like these style vlogs. They are very much what I do in real life, you know? You have the unique understanding that some guys don't that this REALLY is how I do things. It's no flash or sizzle, it is just me being me, talking about something interesting. IHAO, the main show, should feel like that, with really good standards of editting and filmmaking, hahaha. That's what I'm shooting for anyway. Well that, and to entertain and be thought provoking, even about things you don't care about.

  3. The problem I have with the IWC is everyone always thinks that what they think is the best way for wrestling to go. But they are not in the company. They do not have knowledge of why certain things are done. If I had my booking way, Gene Snitsky would be a ten time world champion, but that is a horrible booking decision cause he sucks, but I still love the guy. I've been put off on a lot of wrestling news sites and I think they should just post news rather than their opinions.