The Late Great Kris Travis a Legend, a Icon, a Superstar these are just a few adjectives for a legacy that can’t ever be matched. In 2019 his memory lives on thanks to Dean Mitchell we have the fourth annual Soccor & Spandex Football event ailing from Hillsborough Arena in Sheffield. But what makes this event so special? To start the teams will contain stars … Continue reading Soccer & Spandex
SHIPPING UPDATE – 25/05/16 Continue reading “WRESTLE CRATE SHIPPING UPDATE”
THE ORIGINAL GRAPPLING CRATE SERVICE
LAUNCHES THE UK AND EUROPE’S FIRST WRESTLE CRATE
Official joint statement:
The original wrestling themed box Wrestle Crate has become the first of its kind once again, this time by answering the call from thousands of wrestling fans in the UK and across Europe to have a Wrestle Crate made closer to home. Starting today, customers all across Europe can sign up to Wrestle Crate UK ahead of their November launch and enjoy lower shipping costs to the UK and all European countries than ever before. Plus, you can expect an added British and European flair down the line too. Continue reading “We’ve brought Wrestle Crate to the UK and Europe!”
HXC WRESTLING is back after the sell-out debut show, with CHAOS A.D!
The new Manchester based wrestling promotion returns Saturday June 8th after the amazing success of its debut show, ‘One Dark Night’.
By now we guess you are sick as a chip of reading everyone’s end-of-year awards? Best wrestler of the year, show of the year, etc, etc. So our year-end awards, in typical Calling Spots style, are a little bit different. So read on to find out who picks up the least important “awards” that they will ever win – albeit ones that thy have all worked incredibly hard to earn and are all deserving winners:
by Richard Penaluna
Dave Batista joins TNA. Is that really so impossible? Dave Batista arguably is the biggest “name” free agent on the market, and TNA love an ex-WWE guy, right? I know what you are thinking though – Dave is currently is training hard to enter into the MMA world….aged 43, an age that most fighters would consider to be the twilight of their career. But even if Dave is successful in the world of MMA, how many fights will he have a year? One? Two at the most? With TNA’s lighter-than-WWE schedule, is it not possible that Batista negotiates a ‘Sting contract’, only working select dates? And what about the fact that Batista has publically blamed the “brutal” PG WWE product for his reason for leaving the company? TNA have much less restriction, throwing around some casual swear words and still blading from time-to-time. The latter being something the Dave’s good friend, Ric Flair, took full advantage of in typical Flair style. Speaking of Flair, surely if the company isn’t below Slick Ric then it’s not below his pal Batista either? And here is my last bomb shell, what if Dave Batista is behind The Aces and Eights?