Check in time!

Posted: July 27, 2017 in Pro Wrestling Text blogs

Not bad for a second time! What’s up pro wrestling galaxy! I just wanted to check in and see how everyone is doing . I’m still on my wrestling hiatus. If you have heard last night’s episode of WrestleTalk which is every Wednesday you can check out all the latest on go over there, tell ’em I sent you, also check out their latest blog post written by me. Like, comment, and post feedback, would love to hear from you all.

Watching wrestling-  I did last Saturday attend NWLKC show it was a nice time until we were met with some flickering lights and my power being out for a day and a half . I did watch a portion of Monday night Raw it was alright. I’m thinking of really watching my DVR showings of New Japan. Hopefully then I can jump back into the clear crisp pool of pro wrestling because this is driving me crazy! Anyways I’m signing off guys, I’ll talk to you tomorrow about my DVR adventures.

Until next time,

Space fans



Made just for me

Posted: July 14, 2017 in Pro Wrestling Text blogs

Tailor Usually the first question asked in a typical wrestling conversation is, "Who's your favorite wrestler." The exact same cringing, tired, redundant feeling when a interviewer asks a wrestler. "What made you want to become a wrestler?" Is the exact feeling that makes me want to punch a wall and chew the plaster. WHY DO WE ASK THAT ANYMORE. Tried and true studies have proven that 9 times out of 10 we ask that question is really just to see if the fan worthy to have a conversation with. Truly begging and itching to say the wrong wrestler. (ie. Roman Regins, John Cena etc.) so they can Kamehameha the hell out of them why their favorite wrestler is wrong. First of all STOP doing that, and secondly what is the proposed favorite wrestler, or even so much to say the greatest wrestler. Guess what, there's literally no right or wrong answer. It's the greatest to you, or most favorite to you. Each licensed professional wrestler are tailored to fit the fans criteria, whatever it may be. Strength, endurance, entertain, technique, or for the simple fact that they're attractive. Don't deny it we're all human here. But it's the truth, our heros make us cheer for them so much, even if we're not suppose to, and we have that bond that connection to them, and heaven forbid they talk to us. HOLY SHIT! Can you imagine how it would've been back in the day if the Romans and Greeks were able to talk to Athena and Hercules? or a tough competitor from the coliseum?

Also, not one wrestler is going to be the end all be all favorite for a fan. Since FloSlam, YouTube, and Fite TV have came on the scene that question should be obsolete. ( yes I did do that, let's all laugh) In my opinion, it shouldn't be there, it should be more than one- hell more than 10! You can't just pick one wrestler, it's expanded, WWE has an entire universe, hence why I call pro wrestling a galaxy. The fandom is so massive it can now become overwhelming with everything we're bombarded with...and we just can't get enough. I have not watched consecutive wrestling for a good two months because I don't know where to begin. Send help!

Well that's all the time I have today, I hope this makes you take a think under there. Comment below if you have had any experiences with this and also where should I start with wrestling brands in the independent scene! Don't forget to head over to my new facebook page HEELoverFace and look at my craziness there. Mwah xoxo

Later Space Fans,

Never say never

Posted: July 12, 2017 in Pro Wrestling Text blogs

I could say I’d never depart from you but we both know that I’d be lying and that’s something I don’t want to do. So I can only say, ” I’ll try to be better.” Anyway, if you’ve checked out my blog post from my personal channel Cheap Pop Shots you’ll understand that I had a couple of jobs within the past year that basically took me up in a whirlwind, felt like a true adult for a bit and brought me flat right back down on my ass! But it was fun I wouldn’t trade the experience for anything in the world and I’ve learned so much. That these two blogs and social media are my engines to put my purpose my goal in life into drive and out of that dumb parking lot and finally on the road to freedom! Also I will still cover wrestling just a much less format as I had in the past. I have other stuff and musings going on too you guys. I.HAVE.A.LIFE which is something I feel a lot of bloggers more so wrestling bloggers don’t explore the other side I can argue with you best matches and reviews of stuff all day long but honestly it’s boring. You’d get bored and then I’d get bored, and we don’t want that do we? Nope I didn’t think so.  So learn the many many stages of life with me as a 26 year old woman who like everyone else, unless they believe in reincarnation, is going through life for the first and only time! Let’s experience, pro wrestling, going to concerts, looking at strange people, looking at normal people, or we can just be silent.

Either way, I want you all to keep reading and thank you in advance for staying with me on this adventure.

until then space fans

Good news everyone!
I hope everyone is having a fantastic start to their wonderful weekend and I thought it would be great for me to add a little more violence and mayhem to your world of professional wrestling!
Great ends to build ups from the Hardy delete/obsolete clan defeating decay, which honestly I was pulling for but I’m glad the Hardy’s won since my old wrestling age nostalgic ways of my generation “back in the day” wrestling was so use to seeing the boys holding gold. Hands down one of the best pay per views I’ve seen in a very long time it really told a story, it tied up all the loose ends and finished the stories that were being told week after week. THAT is how you put on a pay-per view show. The Hardy/Decay match was absolutely epic from beginning to end the grandioso and dramatic. Not so dramatic that is was annoying and you can clearly tell that they’re bad actors but they were being dramatic to have fun and they presented it in such a way that everything didn’t take place in only a ring or outside on the mats. Fans like me and lots of other people go crazy for outside interference and not just because we hope that one day the fight will be taken close by us and we can touch them but just because it won’t be boring! If you guys happened to listen to WrestleTalk last Wednesday I mentioned that Moose and Bobby Lashley were possibly going to fight at Bound for Glory, but unfortunately it didn’t happen it was Moose vs. Mike Bennett (Moose won thank goodness possibly Mike & Maria can go sit down somewhere lol) and EC3 vs. Bobby Lashley, which I should’ve known because I saw a part of their press conference. Either way Lashley won and totally knocked out EC3 to retain but now he lost it to (drum roll) Eddie Edwards ! Congrats Eddie. I ‘ve been off and on with watching TNA and just seeing EC3 go from back and forth face and heel, heel to face I think I prefer him as a heel. Not just because the title of my blog but you ever have that feeling that some guys are better as just being the good guy or the bad guy? Granted,there are even some that don’t need to be either and they’re just there to wrestle; but I love stability and usually once you have that I feel like you get a more heat and passion for what you’re doing and you know exactly how to go out there and have a great match.
But enough about TNA onward to ROH & Lucha Underground: I’ll be brief I promise. I the one time after I miss a show after watching it consecutively after the pay-per-view I miss the show that seemed so interesting. It was a fun pact show. When I finally put up episode three of my vlog I will definitely share my emotions on the show as well as tomorrow’s show.


Hey guys I have a vlog coming out soon I’ve made so many promises and as always technology isn’t being a great friend right now but I hope to have it up and poping ready to bring you the some HEELSoverFACES!
If you’d like to see some more personal passionate inside thoughts, musings, and weird thoughts that pop into my head on a day to day basis about professional wrestling, head over to and check it out. share your comments and stories on here and let’s all swim in the love pro wrestling
Later Space Fan!


Posted: August 26, 2016 in Pro Wrestling Text blogs

Hey everyone, just giving a update and review! I close out my wrestling week and gearing up for another one. Geez I feel like I have 4 jobs and three heads, going insane in the membrane. Anyway I watched 4 shows this week. Ring of Honor Death Before Dishonor & Ring of Honor TV, NXT, Monday Night Raw, and a few side clips from the Talk Smackdown, and NXT: Brooklyn Take Over Two.

A word to describe it is…. okay I see what you did there. Generally that’s how I see a lot of the shows but it’s all big giant puzzle pieces. It all fits together and if it doesn’t it’s a huge mess especially from the get go that they try to make it into stories.  Ring of Honor did a nice job tying the main even of Lethal and Cole’s match together in a nice bow . And what made me stand up and applause is the not having them show up the following week rehashing what we all saw the previous nights thank you management for letting our eyes take some R&R. But they left us a terrific cliffhanger in the end with Kyle O’Reilly swoop in, knock Cole out and raise the title, oh be still my beating heart.

And because they’re all in a great box, the subconscious, giant WWE had a pro wrestling covered weekend. With NXT, Summerslam, Monday Night Raw, Smackdown, Talk Smackdown ( aka more stretched out mid cards), Cruiser weight Classic, Main Event NXT, oh wait that’s every week practically. Anyway I only watched two. Three big take away’s from all of the calamity is

  • Finn Balor loosing a belt within 24 because he’s injured and had to be out for 6 months if anyone besides me doesn’t call B.S then welcome to the party.
  • BAYLEY! Going to the main roster! She’s my absolute favorite out of all of the women today. Hands down if I could meet any of the women it would be Bayley.
  • The Miz ripping Daniel Bryan a new a-hole because DB called him a coward.

I only will delve into these slightly because they all speak for themselves and they’re on social media. Also I talked about these topics on WrestleTalk with Joe and Rene here, and you can check it out on my Cheap Pop Shot blog here.

After all of the TV time I got to join Joe and Rene for even more fun times with the hot spots segment, learn who won the contest for upcoming Metro Pro Show, vent worldwide on my frustrations verbally as well as help interview Absolute Ricky Starks. It was a great conversations and I loved the fact that I stayed on the air longer and got to express my self. I suppose all that college radio time I spent a semester was worth something hahaha.

Thank goodness it’s Friday and I can shed off this wrestling week and get ready for another great time in the squared circle. Metro Pro show coming up I will talk about it in the next post.

But for now it’s time to prop up the feet and crack open a can of beer….root beer, and watch some more wrestling.

Until the bell rings,