My name is James Triggs and I am here to lend my insight and knowledge on pro wrestling which will occasionally cross-over into MMA. I''m a developing pro wrestling historian and I answer questions on pro wrestling here: http://www.allexperts.com/ep/1847-101820/Pro-Wrestling/James-Triggs.htm. I'll let you make up your mind as to whether I'm a true expert or not. Feel free to ask me questions if you wish.
Due to AllExperts, I am exposed to people aspiring to be pro wrestlers. More than anyone, I understand the limitations wrestlers have and how many forget that they are only human. Fans don't realise just how difficult it is to become a pro wrestler, let alone succeed as one. I understand the human side to pro wrestling and that is crucial to knowing the business, let alone understanding it.
Here on Bleacher Report, I aim to cover more than just one single promotion. I will also delve back into time to compare, contrast and comment on the business today. I hope to introduce readers to something new and I hope to foster understanding about pro wrestling. I will discuss matters of importance to pro wrestling, not merely "news" and I hope to get those who aren't pro wrestling fans to understand what its all about.
I will throw the spotlight on independent wrestlers, promotions and the greats of the business and review matches and cards for those who may wish to watch it- or for those in the pro wrestling business to learn from.
I wish to thank everyone in advance who reads whatever I post as well as my questioners at AllExperts. Its a true privilege to give back in my way to the pro wrestling business. For those that want to be pro wresters, I wish you the very best... I have high hopes for a few of you! If anyone has any comments or enquiries, I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org but questions on pro wrestling itself rather than what I write or myself in relation to it should be directed to AllExperts.
I have launched my first series, Prodigious Promoters, on the art of promoting. This is a comprehensive look at the approaches and factors in great promoting. It could almost be a book.
I am also contributing to Spotlighting the Indies, alongside Matthew Hester, Scott Beeby, Hayley Graham and Niall Kelcher. Now that's a team I can certainly feel honoured about being a part of. This series focuses on independent wrestlers.
A little tribute to the Golden Age :)
All feedback/comments welcomed and appreciated!
I don't do many of them, but here's a humour piece that I've put together about some of today's pro wrestlers. I hope you enjoy it!
The latest edition of "Spotlighting The Indies" has just been published! This week's article looks at a very talented Japanese wrestler, Milano Collection A.T.
It's been a while, but I'm back with another article in the Spotlighting The Indies series.
This edition covers one of the best wrestlers in the Japan Dragon Gate promotion right now, Naruki Doi.
This is a must read for any wrestling fan looking to broaden their horizons past wrestling in North America, or anybody that is the even least bit interested in puroresu.
When All Else Fails Appreciate The Greatness Displayed In The Ring....
Top Five Fantasy Rankings per position; Tecmo Super Bowl addition. Enjoy:
Put out a nice read on brian pillman if ya wanna check it out
Prestige of WWE titles intact?
Sadness leads to inspiration, so in this story of love and hate, respect and betrayal, learn about the history of the Mexican Wrestling Wars!
Feedback/Comments all appreciated!
Hi, I dont know what this is. Trying to convey some abstract idea that turned into an abstract article, that turned into an abstract something. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/242555-there-is-no-greatest
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