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“No Politics” Is Still Political: The Implications of Vince McMahon’s XFL Reboot

At the turn of the century, Vince McMahon and NBC worked together to create a new kind of football, offering a very different product than that of the NFL. By all accounts, this venture was a failure, yet McMahon has since decided to bring his eXtreme Football League back under vastly contrasting circumstances. The current… Continue reading “No Politics” Is Still Political: The Implications of Vince McMahon’s XFL Reboot

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The Right to Privacy: Paige and the Footage You Should Not Seek Out

I’ll never pretend to be Paige’s biggest fan. When she showed up in WWE, I was in the middle of a falling out with wrestling in general so she was never really on my radar. But I always heard about Paige, about how great she was, about how she was definitely going places, about how… Continue reading The Right to Privacy: Paige and the Footage You Should Not Seek Out

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In Support of Nia Jax: Why Representation Matters and Fans’ Body-shaming Must End

I know it’s been said a million times—I know. But the body-shaming that some wrestling fans do needs to stop. Luckily, I have surrounded myself on social media around like-minded people. Fans that do not body-shame, slut-shame, or any other kind of ugly behavior that is primarily directed towards women. We enjoy the wrestling, the… Continue reading In Support of Nia Jax: Why Representation Matters and Fans’ Body-shaming Must End