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Due to a broken laptop I will not be on B/R for quite a while, I will get back to writing and commenting as soon as I can, thanks

Hey my name's Donny and I live in PA, I am a huge fan of Pro Wrestling and UFC, and I am also a die hard Green Bay Packers fan. I will write mostly on UFC & Wrestling and i love other peoples opinions, so when i write an article comment it thanks.

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  • Viggo Drakuvich posted 2789 days ago

    Viggo Drakuvich

    Check out my new article :)


  • Mr. Taylor posted 2808 days ago

    Mr. Taylor

    Please check out and read when ya get the chance http://bleacherreport.com/articles/375497-the-top-5-divas-in-the-wwe-who-will-make-great-champions-in-the-future

  • IGGY AZALEA posted 2841 days ago


    Did you know there is an "Adam Copeland" on B/R that keeps replying to comments saying "SPEAR!!!"?

  • Dave Morrison posted 2842 days ago

    Dave Morrison

    Nice work D-Kwik! Keep it up!

  • Svyato Rovenchuk posted 3005 days ago

    Svyato Rovenchuk

    My 100th article is here! If I do say so myself it could be my best too. Give it a read if you can.

  • anonymous guy posted 3007 days ago

    anonymous guy

    Hey if you are interested in writing your own ECW episodes then...


  • Scott Beeby posted 3010 days ago

    Scott Beeby

    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.


  • Svyato Rovenchuk posted 3013 days ago

    Svyato Rovenchuk

    A recap of my Raw experience!

  • Svyato Rovenchuk posted 3015 days ago

    Svyato Rovenchuk

    A piece I was working on in the car on my way to Montreal. Thank you Internet stick!

  • Scott Beeby posted 3017 days ago

    Scott Beeby

    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.