Well, it took us nine episodes to get here but FINALLY we will learn just WHO is the WRESTLICIOUS CHAMPION! It's GLORY vs. FELONY for....A TIARA!
(Thanks again to Bite TV and Brightcove for making these episodes available!)
To watch it with ME, scroll down, click "play" on the Vimeo, and then just TRY to get in sync with me, I dare ya, by pressing "play" on the Brightcove video when you think I'm doing the same. (I'll try to give you a decent cue.)
Looks like I used the right mic this week but it was a little hot - I got clipped in a few spots, but hopefully it's not any more annoying than this whole process normally is.
Also, for some reason my video was twice the size it was the previous weeks - I had to downconvert it to get it under 500M (Vimeo's "free" weekly limit) but don't think there were any issues there. The only thing I can think is I remembered to turn all the lights on before I started, but I doubt that would magically double my bitrate. Next week I may just tape it in 320x240 instead of 640x480 since we always shrink it down to that size anyway. Oh, no, we shrink to 400x300, hmmm. Well anyway, these technical details are even boring to ME, so I'll stop now
Originally posted by geemoneyEmo Leigh? Half the roster hasn't wrestled yet and they're already debuting a new wrestler? Though the vignette was kinda funny in a dumb way.
I just love that they telegraphed the conclusion of "The Young and the Wrestlers" before it finished with this look at the rookie girl.
And is this the first time they have used an actual match as part of the "spotlight" on a girl. And if so, does that mean that the match was so bad they didn't even want to air it on the show? If your match is too bad for Wrestlicious, you know you are screwed.
Good show again this week though on the whole.
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