Indefinite suspension of blog

July 17, 2016

This is an important notice for those who read and follow my blog.

Because of a number of recent events in my life, I am finding it hard to maintain my blog on a weekly basis.

Therefore, I am suspending my weekly publication of my thoughts on current events and professional-wrestling results. I hope in the future that I will be able to blog on a regular basis again, but for now, this will be it. Also, the fun is lost when something is done more as a chore …

Thank you to all who have followed and read me. I appreciate it. I am sorry if I have disappointed anyone, but sometimes hard sacrifices have to be made.

Until next time.

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WWE Results for the Week of July 10 to 16, 2016

July 17, 2016

Monday, July 11, 2016

WWE Raw on USA from 8 p.m. to 11:09 p.m. at the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan, United States of America.

  1. Darren Young (d) Aiden EnglishAlberto Del Rio, Apollo Crews, Baron Corbin, Bo Dallas, Bubba Ray Dudley, Curtis Axel, Dolph Ziggler, D-Von Dudley, Goldust, Jack Swagger, Jey Uso, Jimmy Uso, Konnor, R-Truth, Simon Gotch, and Viktor in an 18-man, WWE Intercontinental Championship #1 Contender’s Battle Royal via over-the-top-rope eliminationto become the #1 contender for the title, in 13:15.24.
  2. Sheamus (d) Zack Ryder in a One-fall Match by pinfall in 2:16.80.
  3. Breezango (Fandango and Tyler Breeze) (d) The Lucha Dragons (Kalisto and Sin Cara) in a One-fall, 4-man Tag Team Match by pinfall in 4:21.29.
  4. Kevin Owens (d) Cesaro in a One-fall Match by pinfall in 11:48.60.
  5. Titus O’Neil (d) Heath Slater in a One-fall Match by pinfall in 3:09.05.
  6. Big Cass and Enzo Amore (d) The Club (Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows) in a One-fall, 4-man Tag Team Match by disqualification, after interference by AJ Styles, in 13:17.05.
  7. Sasha Banks (d) Dana Brooke in a One-fall Match by submission in 11:11.44.


Thursday, July 14, 2016

WWE Smackdown on USA from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States of America.

  1. Sasha Banks (d) Dana Brooke in a One-fall Match by submission in 3:44.99.
  2. Dolph Ziggler (d) WWE United States Champion Rusev in a One-fall Match by pinfall in 7:57.10.
  3. The Club (Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows) (d) Big Cass and Enzo Amore in a One-fall, 4-man Tag Team Match by submission in 10:52.13.
  4. Kalisto (d) Tyler Breeze in a One-fall Match by pinfall in 3:09.01.
  5. WWE Champion Dean Ambrose (d) Kevin Owens in a One-fall Match by disqualification, after interference by Seth Rollins, in 34.57.
  6. Kevin Owens and Seth Rollins (d) WWE Champion Dean Ambrose and Sami Zayn in a One-fall, 4-man Tag Team Match by pinfall in 12:59.99.

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Chestnut, Sudo win Nathan’s hot-dog-eating contest; Macy’s fireworks unnecessarily long

July 10, 2016

ESPN sucks.

Okay, to be fair, ESPN 3 sucks.

One of my Fourth of July traditions is to watch the Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest. And this year was one of the worst for watching it.

First, the women’s contest was streamed live online at 10:50 a.m. So, instead of sitting comfortably on a couch in front of a TV, I had to sit at the edge of my couch in front of my laptop. Real comfortable.

Oh, but it gets better. The camera was fixed on only two competitors.

Then the feed went black with only sound.

Then at least 10 commercials aired.

Then I decided to refresh the page, and I got one of those “we’re experiencing technical difficulties” messages.

When the feed came back on, the women’s contest was almost over and the camera wasn’t fixed in one position.

I saw Miki Sudo beat Sonya Thomas by eating 38.5 hot dogs and buns, three more than “The Black Widow.” As for the men’s contest, Joey “Jaws” Chestnut regained his title with a record 70 HDB.

Why treat the women’s contest as inferior? What’s so wrong with airing the women’s introductions, women’s contest, men’s introductions, and men’s contest in one hour on live TV? That would be the ideal situation, not having to wait until 3 p.m. on ESPN to watch a replay of the men’s contest. Why air Wimbledon live and not an American tradition?

Okay, I take it back: ESPN sucks, too.

Now how were the Macy’s fireworks? Well, there were portions prerecorded, so that’s always wonderful, isn’t it?

Okay, seriously, though, the opening number of “What the World Needs Now” by Sarah Bareilles over images taken in the wake of recent terrorist attacks was appropriate. All other performances — which were not patriotic songs — and people gushing over what makes America great were, as usual, unnecessary filler.

During the two-hour broadcast, the fireworks started at 9:29 p.m. and ended at 9:53 p.m. without commercials. So, why not just air a commercial-free half hour and be done with it?

Who am I kidding, though? For both specials next year, it’ll be business as usual.

But a guy can hope …

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Here’s a video of the 2016 men’s contest:


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WWE Results for the week of July 3 to 9, 2016

July 10, 2016

Monday, July 4, 2016

WWE Raw on USA from 8 p.m. to 11:05 p.m. at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio, United States of America.

  1. WWE United States Champion Rusev (d) Titus O’Neil in a One-fall, Title Match by submission, to retain his title, in 8:43.26.
  2. Big Cass and Enzo Amore (d) The Social Outcasts (Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel) in a One-fall, 4-man Tag Team Match by pinfall in 2:06.19.
  3. WWE Champion Dean Ambrose (d) WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz in a One-fall Match by pinfall in 9:33.40.
  4. Seth Rollins (d) Dolph Ziggler in a One-fall Match by pinfall in 11:15.60.
  5. The Golden Truth (Goldust and R-Truth) (d) The Vaudevillians (Aiden English and Simon Gotch) in a One-fall, 4-man Tag Team Match by pinfall in 1:26.44.
  6. Becky Lynch (d) Summer Rae in a One-fall Match by submission in 2:59.64.
  7. Team USA (Apollo Crews, Big Show, Jack Swagger, Kane, Mark Henry, The Dudley Boyz [Bubba Ray Dudley and D-Von Dudley], and Zack Ryder) (d) The Multi-national Alliance (Alberto Del RioCesaroChris JerichoKevin OwensSami Zayn, Sheamus, and The Lucha Dragons [Kalisto and Sin Cara]) in a 16-man Tag Team Elimination Match by disqualification, pinfall, and submission, after Owens hit Zayn with a chair and Kane hit Owens with a chair, in 21:26.05.


Thursday, July 7, 2016

WWE Smackdown on USA from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Huntington Center in Toledo, Ohio, United States of America.

  1. Seth Rollins (d) Jey Uso in a One-fall Match by pinfall in 9:41.73.
  2. Zack Ryder (d) Sheamus in a One-fall Match by pinfall in 2:42.77.
  3. Becky Lynch (x) Natalya in a One-fall Match because no opening bell rang after Natalya attacked Lynch.
  4. AJ Styles (d) Enzo Amore in a One-fall Match by pinfall in 6:03.28.
  5. WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz (d) Kalisto in a One-fall Match by pinfall in 7:40.89.
  6. Sami Zayn (d) Chris Jericho in a One-fall Match by pinfall in 12:35.19.

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NYCC ticket-buying process was smoother than last year’s

July 3, 2016

So, it was that time of year again … Time to buy tickets for New York Comic Con

And this year … the process was much smoother that last year.

Granted, I’m speaking for only myself. I signed up for the new fan-verification process. I got my unique link a couple of days before tickets went on sale. And a few seconds after 12 p.m. on Wednesday, June 29, 2016, I clicked my link and waited in line.

For a little under an hour.

I was about leave for work, but then I was next in line to buy tickets. I got a 4-day pass, which, surprisingly, were not sold out — but 3-day passes were … Anyway, I filled out the billing and shipping information and clicked the “complete checkout” button.

And got an error page.

I refreshed it a few times, but nothing worked. I was about to give up, but then I checked my email inbox … and found my receipt.

So that’s the good news.

The bad news is that the tickets are still being sold on a weekday. They should be sold on the weekend because there are a lot of people — like me — who work Monday to Friday. And some of us — me included — don’t want to get in trouble waiting to buy a ticket at work.

Also, why not sell the tickets through Ticketmaster? I’ve bought WWE tickets through it online and had no problem.

And why not sell tickets over the phone through customer service? Wouldn’t that prevent the servers from misbehaving?

As for the kinds of tickets being sold, definitely keep the 4-day, 3-day, kids, and single-day tickets. But why not also see 2-day tickets? They could be good for Thursday-Friday, Thursday-Saturday, Thursday-Sunday, Friday-Saturday, Friday-Sunday, and Saturday-Sunday? They could be priced in between single- and 3-day tickets.

As for assigning tickets, the instructions were kind of confusing, but the process was easy. All you need to do in the question-answer section on ShowClix is put in the appropriate name, age, and e-mail address. Do it before July 14 at 11:59 p.m. and you’re done.

If you’d like to praise or vent, feel free to comment below.

Other than that, October can’t come soon enough …

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Here’s a video of a complaint about last year’s process:


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WWE Results for the Week of June 26 to July 2, 2016

July 3, 2016

Monday, June 27, 2016

WWE Raw on USA from 8 p.m. to 11:09 p.m. at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida, United States of America.

  1. Paige and Sasha Banks (d) WWE Women’s Champion Charlotte and Dana Brooke in a One-fall, 4-woman Tag Team Match by submission in 7:43.69.
  2. Titus O’Neil (d) WWE United States Champion Rusev in a One-fall Match by count-out in 4:09.05.
  3. Seth Rollins (d) John Cena in a One-fall Match by pinfallafter interference by AJ Styles to prevent Cena from being added to the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match at WWE Battleground, in 15:39.05.
  4. Big Cass and Enzo Amore (d) Carlos Hershey and Mitch Walden in a One-fall, 4-man Tag Team Match by pinfall in 33.03.
  5. Becky Lynch (x) Summer Rae in a One-fall Match because no opening bell rang after Lynch attacked Natalya.
  6. Kane (d) WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz in a One-fall, Title Match by count-out, in which Miz retained his title after interference by Maryse, in 3:27.98.
  7. Apollo Crews and Cesaro (d) Alberto Del Rio and Sheamus in a One-fall, 4-man Tag Team Match by pinfall in 4:59.41.
  8. Dean Ambrose (d) AJ Styles in a One-fall Match by pinfallto prevent Styles from being added to the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match at WWE Battleground, in 15:03.02.


Thursday, June 30, 2016

WWE Smackdown on USA from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida, United States of America.

  1. Cesaro (d) Alberto Del Rio, Apollo Crews, and Sheamus in a One-fall, Fatal 4-way, WWE United States Championship #1 Contender’s Match by submission, to be come the #1 contender for the title, in 9:15.10.
  2. WWE United States Champion Rusev (d) Cesaro in a One-fall, Title Match by submission, to retain his title, in 6:15.73.
  3. Dana Brooke (d) Billie Kay in a One-fall Match by pinfall in 2:52.17.
  4. The Wyatt Family (Braun Strowman and Erick Rowan) (d) Aaron Hale and Mike Dewotty in a One-fall, 4-man Tag Team Match by pinfall in 50.66.
  5. Sasha Banks (d) Summer Rae in a One-fall Match by submission in 8:19.74.
  6. WWE World Heavyweight Champion Dean Ambrose (d) WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz in a One-fall Match by pinfall in 14:04.94.

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‘Independence Day: Resurgence’ is an enjoyable summer blockbuster

June 26, 2016

Twenty years later, they’re back. And that’s not such a bad thing.

Critics haven’t been kind to Independence Day: Resurgence, but if you liked the original film, then you’ll like the sequel just fine.

So, what’s this one about. Well, two decades after the first movie, which came out in 1996, the nations of Earth have put aside their differences and rebuilt after getting decimated in an alien invasion. During that time, they’ve adapted the alien technology for their own needs.

Enter the enemy from last time, which not only wants to take over the world, but harness the power of the planet’s core as a feel source. That means that it’s up to the military forces to stop the threat.

If that sounds familiar, then it should. The plot wasn’t anything special, but I really liked how the filmmakers decided to expand on the concepts they created in ’96. Let’s just say that the universe is much bigger than two warring forces, and the fighting will continue …

Further, I couldn’t help but feel that the filmmakers, in terms of story, took inspiration from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. I’m not going to go into which film is better, but each had certain similarities to their original films.

For one, there was quite of bit of humor, which brought needed levity to an alien-invasion movie where you see millions die and a lot of destruction.

And, just as in Episode VII, the film had a passing-of-the-torch air to it. Jeff Goldblum, Judd Hirsch, Bill Pullman, Brent Spiner, and Vivica A. Fox reprised their roles from the original movie, but they were also joined by young actors Liam Hemsworth, Maika Monroe, Jesse Usher, Travis Tope, and Angelababy.

It was really nice to see what happened to the original characters after the first film. Some have new lives and jobs, but others are still suffering from the first alien encounter. The younger actors held their own and did a good job with their roles. They played off of each other well.

So, then, what about the special effects and battles? For the most part, they were good. The fight sequences were exciting and the alien spaceships were bigger and more eye-popping than before. The aliens were mostly CG, which was disappointing, since practical effects always look more realistic. Even so, CG did allow them to move around more and be more interactive with their environments.

Overall, Independence Day: Resurgence wasn’t the greatest move ever made, but you won’t waste two hours of your life if you see it.

I give it 3.5 out of 5 stars.

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Here’s a trailer to the film:


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WWE Results for the week of June 19 to 25, 2016

June 26, 2016

Monday, June 20, 2016

WWE Raw on USA from 8 p.m. to 11:03 p.m. at the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, Arizona, United States of America.

  1. Sami Zayn (d) Kevin Owens in a One-fall Match by pinfall in 8:18.79.
  2. Big Cass and Enzo Amore (d) The Vaudevillains (Aiden English and Simon Gotch) in a One-fall, 4-man Tag Team Match by pinfall in 2:52.09.
  3. John Cena (d) Karl Anderson in a One-fall Match by disqualification, after interference by The Club (AJ Styles and Luke Gallows), in 2:23.82.
  4. Baron Corbin (d) Zack Ryder in a One-fall Match by pinfall in 3:02.63.
  5. WWE Women’s Champion Charlotte (d) Paige in a One-fall, Title Match by pinfall, to retain her title after interference by Dana Brooke, in 5:22.71.
  6. WWE United States Champion Rusev (x) Titus O’Neil in a One-fall Match because no opening bell rang.
  7. Roman Reigns (f) Seth Rollins in a One-fall, WWE World Heavyweight Championship #1 Conternder’s Match to a double count-outin which neither became the #1 contender for the World Heavyweight Championship, in 17:55.66.


Thursday, June 23, 2016

WWE Smackdown on USA from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Tucson Convention Center in Tucson, Arizona, United States of America.

  1. Caesaro (d) Alberto Del Rio in a One-fall Match by pinfall in 9:48.91.
  2. Sheamus (d) Apollo Crews in a One-fall Match by count-out in 3:55.92.
  3. AJ Styles (d) Jimmy Uso in a One-fall Match by pinfall in 9:01.26.
  4. WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day (Big E and Kofi Kingston) (d) The Vaudevillains (Aiden English and Simon Gotch) in a One-fall, 4-man Tag Team Match by pinfall in 2:28.48.
  5. Dana Brooke (d) Becky Lynch in a One-fall Match by pinfall, after interference by WWE Women’s Champion Charlotte, in 1:19.98.
  6. Seth Rollins (d) Sami Zayn in a One-fall Match by pinfall in 10:58.01.

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BookCon to be held concurrently with NYCC

June 19, 2016

Two for the price of one.

It was recently announced that BookCon will be held at New York Comic Con in Manhattan. Access to it will be available with a valid NYCC badge, and it will be at Hudson Mercantile, at 500 West 36th Street. NYCC will be held at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

I think this is a good idea. I’ve always wanted to go to BookCon, but have never gotten the chance. After all, I do like attending literally panels at NYCC. I don’t like how the two events will be at different venues, but then again, the Javits probably doesn’t have any more room for more panels, signings, etc.

And there’s most likely the chance that my NYCC schedule will conflict with BookCon events, but only time will tell.

BookCon will be held next year in New York on June 3 and 4.

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Here’s a video about BookCon at NYCC 2016:


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WWE Results for the Week of June 12 to 18, 2016

June 19, 2016

Monday, June 13, 2016

WWE Raw on USA from 8 p.m. to 11:05 p.m. at the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States of America.

  1. The Club (Karl Anderson, and Luke Gallows) and The Vaudevillains (Aiden English and Simon Gotch) (d) Big CassEnzo Amore, and WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day (Big E and Kofi Kingston) in a One-fall, 8-man Tag Team Match by pinfall in 15:57.71.
  2. WWE United States Champion Rusev (x) Titus O’Neil in a One-fall Match because no opening bell rang after Rusev attacked O’Neil.
  3. Paige (d) WWE Women’s Champion Charlotte in a One-fall Match by pinfall in 2:29.62.
  4. Sheamus (d) Zack Ryder in a One-fall Match by pinfall in 1:55.04.
  5. Sami Zayn (d) Cesaro in a One-fall Match by pinfall in 8:01.44.
  6. Alberto Del Rio and Kevin Owens (d) The Lucha Dragons (Kalisto and Sin Cara) in a One-fall, 4-man Tag Team Match by pinfall in 7:55.11.
  7. Dean Ambrose (d) Chris Jericho in a One-fall Match by pinfall in 11:25.99.


Thursday, June 16, 2016

WWE Smackdown on USA from 8 p.m. to 9:59 p.m. at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum in Biloxi, Mississippi, United States of America.

  1. WWE Tag Team Champion Kofi Kingston (d) Aiden English, Big Cass, and Luke Gallows in a One-fall, Fatal 4-way Match by pinfall in 7:09.50.
  2. Baron Corbin (d) Zack Ryder in a One-fall Match by pinfall in 1:45.51.
  3. Kalisto (x) WWE United States Champion Rusev in a One-fall Match because no opening bell rang after Rusev attacked Kalisto.
  4. AJ Styles (d) WWE Tag Team Champion Xavier Woods in a One-fall Match by submission in 11:07.85.
  5. WWE Women’s Champion Charlotte (d) Natalya in a One-fall Match by submission in 4:10.37.
  6. Cesaro, Dean Ambrose, and Sami Zayn (d) Alberto Del RioChris Jericho, and Kevin Owens in a One-fall, 6-man Tag Team Match by pinfall in 13:12.78.

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