Columns

  • Racism is War

    What purpose does this column serve to bring up two historic events about African Americans? It serves a great purpose after recent comments Ron Simmons...

  • The Price of Fame

    By Peter Bahi, OWW columnist  In the enticing, yet serious world of professional wrestling, days off are hard to come by. When dealing with bereavement...

  • Five ‘Old-Timers’ Who Could Reinvigorate WWE TV

    I’m high on WWE’s youth movement. But, as far as I’m concerned, WWE is not “must see TV’ anymore.

  • Is There a Double Standard in WWE?

    This past week saw anexample of how WWE treats its women and how there are different standards for punishment within the company.

  • Wrestling Is More Popular Than Ever

    Independent wrestling promotions have enjoyed packed auditoriums, as well as healthy Internet followings devoted to keeping up with their favorite promotions.

  • Remembering Joey Marella

    Every July 4th, most people remember the holiday for fireworks, barbecues, and patriotic speeches. But some of us remember it each year for different reasons.

  • Twin Magic

    From 2011: The Bellas have turned into quite the magicians and now, with Brie wearing the Divas championship, they are starting to showcase their considerable...

  • Me & Bobby

    One of the hardest things to deal with when you are a life long wrestling fan who becomes a professional wrestler is some of the...

  • Wrestling’s Greatest Faces

    25 good guys who changed pro wrestling.

  • The BIG Man

    The “big man” is, arguably, the foundation of professional wrestling.