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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 Chris Pilkington
Wrestling in London – When talking with some friends recently it was suggested that the British style of wrestling, as it were, was dead. And whilst I agree that the traditional style has changed drastically, I see it as more of an evolution than a termination. Whilst British wrestling used to have definite distinctions that made it separate from other nations, modern British wrestling is a lot more inclusive, taking ideas and motifs from a wide range of other influences and blending them together into something unique. This ideology is a direct result of the melting pot of nations that these fair isles have become. A multicultural society leads to a multicultural entertainment.
I made a throwaway remark on Twitter today about going on a “promotional world tour”. Which is obviously ridiculous, but it got me thinking: just how many corners of the world could I “visit” via the wonders of technology these days? Could I spread the message of our little project, while talking about random wrestling nonsense through podcasts, interviews, websites, shops, even random bathroom walls if there is scope for it?