Wrestling Isn’t Wrestling

Max Landis is back with an amazing love letter to the WWE, specifically, Triple H. Max and crew reenact some of the WWE’s most iconic moments as we follow Hunter’s journey from his debut as Connecticut Blueblood to his current status as part of the Authority.

The wrestlers are all gender bent which will probably make this more appealing for wrestling news. Chloe Dykstra channels all of Hunter’s pettiness and insecurity that make him one of the best heels in the business. Actually, she’s a lot more interesting than Hunter. Honestly, these days Triple H bores the shit out of me. Anna Akana‘s Batista is my favorite of the bunch. I kinda want to see her do Batista as Drax.

Wresting Isn’t Wrestling perfectly distills just what it is about wrestling that keeps me watching to this day. If you’re one of those people who gets super dizzy by how fast your eyes roll when someone talks about the wrasslin, you might see it in a different light after you see this short.

I mean, you still think it’s stupid. But you might grow appreciate it for what it truly is. Cause it’s not really wrestling.


2NE1 Apparently Beat the Man, WHOOO, to Be the Man

I’m so confused. How did a skinny little Korean girl beat John Cena to get the WWE Championship belt? This is 2NE1’s video for this song “I Am the Best.” It is difficult to dispute that with the title belt on that one chick’s shoulder. Also guns. It’s difficult to dispute guns.

I’m a little disappointed we didn’t get to see how she got the belt in the video. I don’t imagine the WWE lets just anyone pose with it in a video.

So they should be the villains in the next Kamen Rider series. Kamen Rider Fourze should face off against militant Korean pop stars with awesome hair and guns. Yup, that would be the best thing in the universe.