By day I'm an unemployed retail worker, and at weekends I volunteer at a local museum, but by night I'm the author of The Two Sheds Review, Britain's longest running professional wrestling and mixed martial arts blog. It's been online in one form or another since June 2000!
It's time to step into Ring of Honor territory once again as we take a look at the two disc compilation dedicated to the man who truly defined what it meant to be a champion. The release in question is Samoa Joe: A Championship Legacy.
It was the final pay per view stop on the road to Wrestlemania, but was it any good? That's what I'm hoping to find out by taking a look back at WWE's Elimination Chamber, shown live in the early hours of this past Monday morning on Sky Sports here in Britain.
It was an historic night for the Ultimate Fighting Championship as two Olympic medallists met for the first time in the Octagon in the main event of UFC 170, shown live in the early hours of this past Sunday morning on BT Sport here in Britain.
British wrestling is on the agenda once again as we make a return journey to the world of Progress Wrestling and the promotional debut of a former TNA star, among other things, as featured on the DVD release of Chapter Eight: The Big Boys Guide to Strong Style.
It's time for a spot deja vu again as we take a look at the DVD release of a pay per view I've already reviewed, and this time it's a big one as we go back to last year's grand-daddy of them all with a look at the three disc set that is WWE Wrestlemania 29.