Chris Rigby

Happiness in Wrestling: What it means for Wrestlers to be happy and respecting their decision

Let’s talk about the happiness of wrestlers. It’s an odd topic, I know, but with the arrival of AEW as a promotion with equal money and exposure to WWE, it’s becoming more common. With the majority of the globe reevaluating their beliefs in the aftermath of the epidemic, happiness and personal fulfillment are undeniably hot-button …

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The Triumph of Jade Cargill and the Future of the TBS Title

Wrestling made an auspicious return to TBS on Wednesday night. Over 1 million viewers tuned in to see this week’s episode of Dynamite after a two-decade break. And what an episode it was, with a horrific and gory rematch between Hangman Adam Page and Bryan Danielson, CM Punk facing MJF, and, of course, the first-ever …

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For the Love of Wrestling: The Secret Ingredients that Makes Wrestling Special

Last week I had a conversation with my work colleague, Frankie. It was the usual Sunday lul, the till was quiet, and our manager was off. Like most things in my life, our chat inevitably boiled down to wrestling. As someone with very little knowledge of the wrestling world, Frankie, in the kindest way possible, …

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Almost A Superhero: Is Nikki A.S.H. WWE’s Greatest Storytelling Device?

I rarely tune in to WWE. Ideological differences caused us to drift apart after being a die-hard fan for nearly two decades. I still catch The Big Four and listen to the poor YouTubers tasked with recapping the RAW and Smackdown. With AEW in my life, I very rarely feel the need to go back. …

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