After he criticised his fans for leaving Tuesday night’s game against Brentford early, QPR manager Ian Holloway posted a video to justify his comments. Should he have had to do that?Read More Leaving Football Matches Early: Why Ian Holloway Was Right To Criticise His Own Fans
The Killers’ put on an appropriately emphatic performance in their first visit to Leeds’ First Direct Arena.Read More The Killers – Leeds First Direct Arena, 19th November 2017: Review
For one night in September, NYC became LEIC, as Kasabian completely took over New York’s Terminal 5. They may have been playing almost three and a half thousand miles from home, but it won’t have felt like it. There was a massive British presence at the gig, there were fans bearing Leicester City shirts, Leicester […]Read More Kasabian: Terminal 5, New York City, NY, September 14th 2017 – Review
If WWE wanted to make Survivor Series feel big again, they’ve certainly achieved it. The card we’ve finally ended up with is littered with match of the year candidates and undoubtedly has the potential to outperform WrestleMania this year.Read More WWE Survivor Series 2017 Predictions
Goals are what we live for in football, we all love to reminisce about bicycle kicks and 30-yard screamers, and we dream of our team nabbing 90th-minute cup final winners. This is why one of the most depressing things for any football fan to experience is a goal drought. There has been many of them in the past, and some of them have been totally humiliating for the clubs involved.Read More 9 Humiliatingly Long Football Goal Droughts
WWE has announced that The Undertaker will be appearing on a special Raw show in January in New York to mark it’s 25th anniversary. It was also announced that multiple SmackDown stars will be apeearing, as well as legends Shawn Michaels and Kevin Nash.Read More The Undertaker is Returning to WWE Television
It was rumoured all day yesterday that significant changes to the card for TLC were likely as a result of an outbreak of Viral Meningitis in the Raw locker room.
Well those changes have happened, and they’ve left wrestling fans all over the world speechless. Bray Wyatt and Roman Reigns have been removed from the show as a result, but have been replaced by AJ Styles and the return of WWE legend and Hall of Famer Kurt Angle.
Last month, WWE announced that they would be broadcasting live episodes of Raw on both New Year’s day and Christmas Day and pretty much all of us thought the same thing: that poor workforce…Read More On The Twelfth Day of Christmas My True Love Gave to Me: Live Wrestling on The TV?
Many are already talking about The Amazons as being one of Britain’s next big guitar bands. They have their critics, and as with many British rock artists, ensuring they release a second album that has the same impact as the first could prove to be a struggle, but this gig showed that they are fully capable of putting on a highly energetic and entertaining show.Read More The Amazons: The Riverside Newcastle, 8th October – Review
Admittedly, I use superlatives a lot to describe gigs. Too often in fact. I use the words “special” and “best” to the point that they don’t really mean that much anymore. One of their biggest hits “Saturday” was notably absent from the set, but I haven’t got the slightest bit of hesitation in me when I say that this was the most emotional gig I’ve ever been to.Read More This Night Was About You: The Enemy – Farewell Tour, Newcastle O2 Academy, Saturday 24th September 2016 – Review