Daniel Babis, Editor-in-Chief/Founder
I have always been a wrestling and sports aficionado, which to me form the pinnacle of entertainment. As a wrestling aficionado, some of my fondest memories are of the Monday Night Wars during the mid-to-late nineties – truly the pinnacle in sports entertainment history as far as I’m concerned! But I’m also a fan of the 80s and 90s larger-than-life personalities that represented a real-like version of superheroes and super-villains. Right now, I’m super excited to see how the AEW evolves from this point and whether they’re going to pose a serious challenge to the WWE’s reign of dominance. The electricity in the air is real, it’s exciting times to be a wrestling fan again!
Jody Overland, Editor-in-Chief/Founder
Jody has been a wrestling fan since the 80s and one of his fondest memories is seeing Tony Atlas live and in-the-flesh at a house show in Montreal. The size of his muscles was unlike anything he had seen before, and he was hooked afterwards. That moment also sparked his interest in the adjacent world of body-building, which is well connected and well represented in wrestling. Jody has followed all the different eras since then and was especially fond of Stone Cold’s pressers and Goldberg’s surreal power (he’s still in awe at the Jackhammer he delivered on The Giant, Paul Wight).