Archive | May, 2011

Tyson Dean

Tyson Dean continues his quest for the MGCW TV title this weekend

Posted on 20 May 2011 by Jonathan Williams

          By Jonathan Williams With live shows every month or so and monthly TV tapings airing on Saturdays on SBN TV, Mid Georgia Championship Wrestling is quickly becoming one of the most active indie wrestling promotions in the Atlanta area. And even though he hasn’t even been wrestling for a year […]

Comments (0)

Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition

Tags: ,

“Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition” smashes the Nintendo 3DS competition

Posted on 19 May 2011 by jasonvonstein

Since the summer of ’92, I have been spending my quarters in arcades across the country looking for a fight. In that time,  I have punched and kicked my way through countless battles, occasionally throwing in a fireball or flaming uppercut for good measure, repeatedly defeating the Shadaloo crime boss and succumbing to the Raging Demon. What […]

Comments (1)

Pilotwings Resort

Tags: , , ,

“Pilotwings Resort” doesn’t quite take flight for Nintendo 3DS

Posted on 18 May 2011 by jasonvonstein

Launching with the Nintendo 3DS is one of Nintendo‘s lesser known franchises in Pilotwings Resort. While not as well known as the company’s Mario, Zelda, and Metroid titles, the Pilotwings franchise has always been a fun time dating back to the days of the Super Nintendo. This time around, we get a chance to see the […]

Comments (0)

That’s What I Am

Tags: ,

Respect for self and others is at the heart of WWE’s “That’s What I Am”

Posted on 17 May 2011 by Jonathan Williams

With recent films such as Legendary, Knucklehead and The Chaperone, WWE Studios has proven that WWE stars can hang with some of Hollywood’s best, and that they are capable of playing more than just tough guy action heroes. But with its latest release, That’s What I Am (available today on DVD and Blu-ray), WWE ventures […]

Comments (2)

Jumping the Broom

“Jumping the Broom”: It’s not “Thor,” but I like it

Posted on 06 May 2011 by Jonathan Williams

So I finally get my first big assignment for Wrestling with Pop Culture and I’m told to do this movie review. Being that I, myself, have superpowers beyond those of normal humans, I figured I would definitely be reviewing the new Thor movie. But no, someone who thinks he is more important had already taken […]

Comments (1)

It’s hammer time with “Thor” and “Almighty Thor”

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

It’s hammer time with “Thor” and “Almighty Thor”

Posted on 06 May 2011 by Jonathan Williams

Norse legend comes to life in two new films, one starring Kevin Nash

Comments (1)

Paul Orndorff

Georgia wrestling community hosts a “Wonderful” benefit for Paul Orndorff

Posted on 06 May 2011 by Jonathan Williams

Having battled such larger-than-life opponents as Hulk Hogan, Tito Santana, Cactus Jack and Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat throughout the ’80s and ’90s,  Paul Orndorff earned the moniker “Mr. Wonderful” thanks to his bodybuilder physique and in-ring dominance. Best remembered for his time in the World Wrestling Federation during the ’80s, Orndorff spent much of his […]

Comments (1)

Advertise Here
Advertise Here