I posted about this awhile back, but wasn't able to find any replay information. Well, today the documentary is being replayed every few hours at least until 1am EST. Basically, it looks into the connection between wrestling and real life violence. I haven't seen enough yet to judge it, but the bits I've seen appear to be a lot more legit than the claims made by the PTC (ie. from what I saw, the facts weren't fabricated, the interpretation, of course, is a matter of opinion.) For those that want to see it, it's being aired on Free Speech TV which is channel 9415 on Dish Network.
I'll tape and watch the entire show this afternoon and write a more detailed analysis this evening.
I have seen parts of that myself. Considering the quality of most angles in the WWE in the last two years alone, well, they had plenty of evidence to work with, that's for sure. Seeing how they analyzed those angles alone, well, it's hard to argue there. Anyway, looking forward to your analysis.
After a quarter of a century on this planet, there's three things I know for sure... 1)Ain't nothing like a Dirty Pair marathon on New Year's Eve. 2)I'd make a fine Mrs. HHH II. 3) I'd make an acceptable Mrs. Orton. 1400 reasons to luv me!
I really really like New Day but that promo was booty. It went on too long and they sounded like morons. Their power lies in backstage shenanigans and one-liners like Koffi shaming the other teams (and being upset that an Uso rode his unicorn)