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- Geek & Sci-Fi
The Supreme Fighting Machine becomes the supreme pimping machine in part 2 of our look at racist wrestling gimmick icon Charles Wright.
We can thank Ric Flair for Kurt Angle almost dying in the WWE
King of the Ring is back, and it's got me thinking about what happened just one night before I became a lifelong wrestling fan.
The original mayor of Suplex City thinks Brock is great, but he's way better, and confirms that he got totally snubbed by Triple H.
Chael Sonnen spoke with Kurt Angle and former WWE writer John Piermarini about WrestleMania, amateur wrestling, and promising WWE talent.
Kurt Angle made his signing with Impact Wrestling official, so there goes our last hope that it was all a swerve to get him in the Rumble.
After a year of teasing a return to WWE, Kurt Angle made an announcement about where he'll be wrestling in 2015. It's true.
Two weeks of Impact jammed into one! Is it too much Impact for one person to handle? ...almost!
This week we double up on reports. Is four hours of Impact Wrestling too much for one human? Yes. Yes it is.
Kurt Angle takes the Sting Train to Senilityville, The Bromans are Brotastic, and EC3 is really mean but realllllly good at it.
Take a look back at 'WWE Originals,' the CD that gave us Basic Thuganomics AND a song about Rikishi putting his ass on babies.
Was this episode actually really great despite brief moment of being extremely problematic? SHELL YEAH IT WAS.
Title challenges! More title challenges! A title match! And then a friendship storyline that's actually worth caring about.
Kurt Angle talks about his SUPER SECRET plans for his totally secret future endeavors.
There is literally no surrendering anywhere to be found, but there is a wee bit of wrestling!
A clown, a dude with a clownfish face, and Tazz walk into the Manhattan Center. Hilariousness does not ensue.
Kurt Angle's contract with TNA Wrestling ends in two weeks and he's already telling people he's signing with 'a company.' But which company?
This week on Impact: A war hero, a kitty, and Matt Hardy walk into the Manhattan Center, and it's not the set up for a joke! Well...maybe it is a little.
This week on Impact, we explore the dangers of nostalgia, and also being super racist?