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Graduated from St. Olaf College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English, Kevin Berge is a Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report who is an avid WWE fan always looking to start up a discussion. He has been writing for Bleacher Report since 2011 as well as several other sites including Wrestle Enigma and Questionable Critics.
Follow him on Twitter for live reactions to WWE shows, thoughts on the latest news, as well as discussion on writing and entertainment in general: @TheBerge_. You can also check out http://www.questionablecritics.com/ for Kevin's reviews on TV and movies as well as weekly reviews of Monday Night Raw.
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Influential section - Yusuf Estes with a young Christian
((( O mankind! Say No God But Allah, Achieve Eternal Salvation )))
" Laa ilaaha illallah " (There is none worthy of worship except Allah.)
( I bear witness that there is none worthy of worship except Allah and I bear witness that Muhammad is His servant and messenger )
( Introduction to Islam )
Didn't you write articles once?
Written a new article on WWE after a long time. Giving a link to it here. Please give it a read if and when you can. Would really appreciate your feedback.
Thank you so much.
Has anyone else told you that you look like Billy Gunn and Mr. Perfect?O.O But just wanted to tell you that you are amazing back there at WE, and I would love to see you write for BR one day again:)
It is nice to see an experienced and great writer like you still being in the comments section occasionally:)
What would you have to say was the most famous or your all time most favourite match that you had the priviledge to witness, of course in person. Need the State, the Event, the Venue, the Year, and the name(s) of said Wrestlers who were involved. Mine, personally would be easy to name. Even though I personally witnessed the very first WrestleMania, which was MacManon's blatant ripoff of the always stronger N.W.A. Starrcade. I had front row, Yellow seats, which was like the 3rd level, I had dead center, Yellow. Yet, the greatest, by a huge margin was, 1987, Philadelphia's now Defunct Civic Center, Front Damn Row, for the Original "WAR GAMES", The Match Beyond!!! Way back when Wrestling was extremely fun to go to, and was great to be a part of! Counter thataone, if y'all can!!!
Hi Kev, hows the writing on WE going? :)
Chinmay and I are back! Yes, we both worked on the article below and would love and appreciate your comments. It would mean the absolute world to us.
Have a great day :)
Kevin, today is the 20th anniversary of the greatest women's match of all time - Hokuto vs. Kandori at Dreamslam I, and no one noted it.