Mike Murphy

Digital Video Producer, YouTube/Twitch Personality, Web Journalist, Sports Fan & Lover of Many Things

Tag Archives: sports-entertainment

WWE.com — Editors’ Choice: 10 hidden gems on WWE Network

“With more than 2,000 hours of content — including original programming and every WWE, WCW and ECW pay-per-view ever — the WWE Network video-on-demand library can feel, dare we say, a bit overwhelming at times.

We feel your pain. We, too, have found ourselves scheduling (and rescheduling) dinner parties to accommodate group viewings of SummerSlam 2002. For the first time, we’re asking questions like, ‘How many Diesel matches can be crammed into a single day?’

But so much of what WWE Network has to offer falls just beneath the surface. Beyond the obvious go-to choices like WrestleMania, Royal Rumble and ‘Legends’ House,’ there resides a huge catalog of classic Raw and SmackDown replays, as well as an extensive ‘Vault’ section dedicated to trailblazing series from bygone wrestling territories and organizations. Expand your horizons and check out these 10 shows featuring universes of unique characters and conflicts … “

Link: http://www.wwe.com/inside/10-hidden-gems-on-wwe-network

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WWE.com — The 50 Best Talkers in Wrestling History

“Think talk is cheap? Try telling that to the 50 Superstars on this list. From an arrogant former reality TV star with an attitude problem to a wildly charismatic plumber’s son, these men have packed arenas and glued millions of fans to their television screens with their unique ability to inspire passion, fear, anger and laughter through their captivating interviews. Nearly every Superstar who ever set foot in the ring has spoken on the microphone, but these 49 men — and one woman — did it best.”

Link: http://www.wwe.com/classics/classic-lists/the-50-best-talkers-in-wrestling-history

Note: My entries are JBL and Edge.

 

A New Chapter

As those of you may or may not have noticed, I’ve recently been less active on both GamerNode and my own Twitter account in regards to videogame content. There’s a specific reason for that, and I’ve waited until today to let you all know why.

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