Category: Columns and Opinions

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No Showing: Internet Cowards

A lot has been spoken from the perspective of handlers in recent years, especially when it comes to asshole fed heads. Apparently, when someone does something wrong or gets fired, it’s everyone else’s fault. Most of the time, when a handler leaves a fed, it becomes the fed head who takes the blame or ends up in the wrong. Today, I want to talk about No Shows and those utter...

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WARPED: How Far We’ve Come

WARPED has grown significantly since launching in February 2010, from a small indy promotion that was lucky to get 50-100 people at each show, but it’s not been a fast growth. We’ve taken our time and worked through the growing pains, but timing is everything. For the first time in our 3 years of existence, WARPED heads to the Orient. WARPED kicks off the Global Domination 2013 Tour with a...

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There Are No True Interfeds

There is no clear-cut definition for an interfed in our hobby, and unfortunately the standard has seemed to be forgotten over the years. By today’s standards when someone thinks, “interfed” this think a site that host news and events for multiple eFeds, which occasionally have the eFeds interact. Sometimes there will be a championship that is defended throughout the entire interfed. To me, someone who has been in the hobby...

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Leaving an eFed on Good Terms

Time and time again I’ve ran into issues as a fed head of being knee deep in a story, or planning something with a character just for them start no-showing. four out of five times that same person is participating somewhere else, or leaves to do so. Doing this may not affect you as a handler in the short term, but over time repeating it people can easily be put...

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Side by Side: Mike Polowy

I had a few days off and come back to find Ben has interview Mike Polowy. I love Ben’s interviews, as does everyone. But was a bit confused why Mike got a second interview. Ben broke it down that the first Polowy interview happened when he was running the eWrestling Bog. Fair enough. I thought it would be a good time to do a side by side comparison of the...

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An Inside Look At Armbar Error Society

Since 2011, Armbar Error Society has been streaming eWrestling shows created in various videogames. From the early days of the WWF No Mercy eFed WWA to the now, AES serves up a heaping helping of content week in and week out. Now, there have been a few questions about AES raised among the eWspot community, so I thought I’d address them, and maybe give everyone a glimpse into what AES...

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Forgotten Interview Points

Hey there Daddy-Os and Slick Chicks, You know, I’ve grown quite a steady little fan basis with these articles that I have written. I’ve had fellow ewrestling patrons respond with enthusiastic rebuttals to my sometimes overly strong opinionated columns, and equally so, I have received flaming hate mail, sent with hopeful aspirations of my quick and imminent demise. (I enjoy those the most!) But I can assure all of the...

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Is eWrestling A Drug?

// Originally posted on The E-Wrestling Zone in 2001 // When I first came into the “game” nearly three years ago, (And I had to walk to school barefoot in the snow, uphill, both ways) I really didn’t even want to be here. I was more of a theme trader, and I only joined to satisfy a friend of mine that needed some members in his AOL fed. To put...

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Dirty Fedhead Secrets

Oh boy, here it comes… So you found a great new ewrestling federation, eh? Yeah sure, it has a pretty logo, a healthy sized roster, and a president who’s looking forward to making this groovin’ new creation a major league contender. Heck, let’s even say that this proposed new organization isn’t even on a Geocities or Tripod address, which of course is an enigmatic, if not impossible finding in an...

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Do You Get The Point?

// Originally posted on The E-Wrestling Zone in 2001 // “I don’t think people get it,” an ewrestling chum told me one day not long ago. “Yeah, agreed,” I said in response. Now before the unraveling of what this coded dialogue above is referring to, common sense dictates that I should at least introduce myself. My name is Devon Scalisi, handler of Ben Verman Jr., Creator and President of the...

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