Scott Steinhardt

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WWE Debuts: Meet Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows (Again)

Now, Anderson and Gallows have finally debuted on Raw, apparently with an invasion angle in the vein Scott Hall and Kevin Nash’s 1996 WCW debut. But while we still know little about what storylines the two will take part in, let’s take a look at how they got to WWE, and where they could potentially go from here.

I wrote another post about wrestling for AiPT, this time about the debut of Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows.

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Life After ‘Mania: Meet the WWE’s Newest Superstars

This week, six wrestlers, including two tag teams, were called up from WWE’s developmental system and made full-fledged WWE superstars. While some WWE Network subscribers and the more hardcore fans might already be familiar with these men through NXT, many fans are seeing them for the first time. So before they become deeply entrenched in WWE programming, take a second to get to know the latest additions to the WWE main roster.

My first post for AiPT is up. I’m writing about pro wrestling for them on a regular basis, so keep an eye out for more features and PPV recaps.

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In the last couple of weeks, my site crashed, a bunch of backups failed, and I lost a lot of work. Since then, I’ve moved between two hosts, transferred what remained of the site’s archive to Tumblr (yes, Tumblr), and I’m now essentially starting from scratch.

The good news is that I’m in the midst of starting a new project, which will be my main concentration (and something I’ll elaborate on in the coming months). I’ll still be updating this site, hopefully on a more frequent basis, and talking about all things music, wrestling, and other interesting things in the entertainment world. There’s a lot of work to be done, but now that I’m blogging on a semi-regular basis — as opposed to taking month-long sabbaticals — I look forward to re-making this personal blog more personal again.

That’s about it for now. To be honest, I had to write a post on WordPress or else they would stick me with a sample or 404, and nobody wants that, right?


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