Dixie Carter Talks To Jim Ross

WWE Hall Of Famer Jim Ross has announced on his blog That he will interview TNA President Dixie Carter for his podcast. It's a fitting time for the interview, as Ross will be fresh off calling the New Japan WrestleKingdom show, and Impact Wrestling will be debuting on Destination America that week. January should be an interesting month for wrestling fans. Not only will there be WrestleKingdom on PPV and the re-debut/reboot of Impact, but New Japan will debut its weekly program on AXS TV. All ...continue reading

Geekville Podcast Episode 68: Hack Attack


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The Sony email hacks unearthed some interesting news about http://www.a1-wrestling.com/blog/tag/spider-man/ and Disney. Could your friendly neighborhood wall crawler become part of Marvel’s Phase Three plans? And if so, does Sony still get a say? And how the heck would a … Continue reading

NXT: Takeover REvolution – That was AWESOME

Let me start by saying, NXT is the Number One reason to have the WWE Network. If you are a fan of wrestling and miss how good it used to be, then you need to figure out how to spend the $9.99/month to have the WWE Network. It is that good. I'm ashamed to say that I don't watch weekly. I should correct myself. I didn't watch weekly. That all changes now. That's how good REvolution was last night. Now sure, I've tuned in to various episodes to check out someone's debut, or a really good match. ...continue reading

Geekville Presents Examining The Doctor Episode 8: The Eighth Doctor… And Friends!

1996 brought a surreal time for Doctor Who fans. The BBC worked with Fox Network to revive Doctor Who with a new Eighth Doctor. While the reception to the movie was mixed, many fans seemed to enjoy Paul McGann's take on The Doctor. We look at what remains to be the only televised adventure of The Eighth Doctor, and speculate on how McGann could still be used in new stories. As an added bonus, we also talk the non-canon Peter Cushing movies from the mid-1960's... and why they are actually good ...continue reading

Artwork For The Official Andre The Giant Graphic Novel

Lion Forge Comics is producing an upcoming Andre The Giant graphic novel. Written by Brandon Easton (Thundercats, Transformers: Rescue Bots) with artwork by Denis Medri, the book is being done with the approval of Andre's estate. Lion Forge is an independent publisher that has several nostalgic titles under its belt including updated takes on Miami Vice, Knight Rider, Saved By The Bell, and Airwolf. No release date has been given for the Andre The Giant book. Credit: PWInisder.com ...continue reading

New Logo For Impact Wrestling

It looks like Impact Wrestling will have a new logo when it debuts on Destination America in January. This image has been floating around the internet. I want to share with you first the new @IMPACTWRESTLING logo! Now share with your friends. LOTS more to come today! pic.twitter.com/JkYtoeZUss— Dixie Carter (@TNADixie) December 10, 2014 In a recent interview, Dixie Carter stated that the January debut would be a rebranding of the company "I'm really excited about pulling the ...continue reading

Geekville Podcast Episode 67: Did Somebody Say Chimichangas?


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Lots of movie and TV news this week! Syfy Channel has announced Krypton, a DC Comics based TV show produced by David Goyer that will focus on Superman’s grandfather. CW has hired Mark Hamill to reprise the role of The … Continue reading

A1 Podcast Episode 210: The 2014 Year End Awards


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Wrestler of the Year (Male) Wrestler of the Year (Female) Stable of the Year (Wrestling) Tag Team of the Year (Wrestling) Heel Of The Year (Wrestling) Heel Of The Year (Non-Wrestling) Face Of The Year (Wrestling) Face Of The Year … Continue reading