WWE Hell in a Cell is this Sunday and it has the potential to be the best SmackDown Live branded pay-per-view of the year. I’ll admit, that isn’t really saying that much, however, that doesn’t takeaway from the fact that there are some meaty looking matches lined up on this card that are worth looking forward to. So here’s our predictions going into Hell in a Cell 2017.Read More WWE Hell in a Cell 2017: Predictions
Awe-inspiring. Breathtaking. Triumphant.
Arcade Fire put on unforgettable shows around the globe almost as a matter of routine these days, but even by their own faultless standards, this one was pretty damn special. If seeing Arcade Fire live isn’t already on your bucket list, this gig shows that it’s something that you should seriously look at pencilling in.
Latitude has become established as one of the highlights of the British festival calendar. 2017 may not of been it’s premier year, but there was still more than enough quality performances to take in over the weekend, and send visitors home happy. Picking highlights from a range of acts as diverse as those offered by Latitude is never easy, but after some thought and arguing we’ve managed to pick out our top ten performances from Latitude 2017.Read More Latitude 2017: Top 10 Performances
Safer stadiums, better press coverage and goal line technology. If you were to tell football fans forty years ago that these things and more were just a few decades away from being introduced into the game, they’d probably be chomping at the bit to find the nearest time machine and jump forward to find out the marvels of modern football. Yet now, most fans who lived through that era would probably tell you how much worse modern football is compared to those times, and to be honest, they’re probably right.Read More 5 Things in Modern Football in Which The Fans Are Being Completely Overlooked
After weeks of rumors and speculation, Shelton Benjamin has finally made his return to WWE television. To celebrate, we’ve rounded up the best (and also worst) of Shelton Benjamin’s career in WWE.Read More The Best & Worst of Shelton Benjamin
The London 2017 World Athletics Championships are officially over and overall it was a terrific tournament. However, it’s fair to say that not all of these moments were memorable for the right reasons. To summarise proceedings, we’ve compiled a list of some the best and worst parts of the London 2017 World Athletics Championships.Read More The Best & Worst of London 2017
Newcastle’s precious time with The Maccabees came to a close as they played one of their few farewell shows in Newcastle.Read More The Maccabees – 02 Academy Newcastle 24th June 2017: Review
If you have even a fleeting interest in English football, you probably won’t need informing about the FA’s proposal to bring in retrospective bans for diving. Strangely though, the proposal wasn’t received too well. With diving being one the games biggest problems, this is surely, this is an absolute Godsend?Read More Retrospective Diving Bans: What’s Not to Like?
Royal Blood had a raucous crowd eating out of the palm of their (blood) hands as they stopped off at Newcastle’s O2 Academy, as part of their short run of intimate UK dates prior to the release of their highly anticipated second album.Read More Royal Blood – O2 Academy Newcastle 18th May 2017: Review
On May 21st 2017, the 50th wrestler ever to win the WWE Championship was crowned and of all people, it was Jinder Mahal. But is that a good thing, or a bad thing?Read More Is Jinder a Hinder?