Steve Yohe's biography of 1917 World Champion Earl Caddock went up on tOA today. It's not only a great look at Caddock's career, but also an engrossing snapshot of the industry as a whole from the '10s and '20s.
Originally posted by vspDamn. After you read about matches and careers like that, you almost want to pass a law that today's champions must wear T-shirts to the ring reading "HI, MY NAME IS _____ AND I'M A BIG GIRL."
I'll pay for that shirt if you're willing to deliver it to Brock Lesnar in person. ;)
I think the article does a bang-up job articulating the main problem with the culture of TNA, which is that too many people in powerful positions have been unaccountable douchebags with persecution complexes.