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Zak Fellows

I started watching wrestling in 2005, mesmerised by a certain slow walking phenom. 10 years later and still going strong: Not only as a fan among a very eclectic community but also as a senior writer for this very website. Combining knowledge, opinion, a disdain for the typical wrestling fan on the internet and a sarcastic wit, if you agree with me than hooray and whoopee. If you don't...then don't be a little drama queen about it because god forbid people think differently.

Highway to Hell in a Cell: Undertaker vs. Edge – SummerSlam 2008

PWP’s Zak Fellows attempts to “educate the kiddies” on this epic and rare ‘PG Era’ classic between Edge and the Undertaker at SummerSlam 2008.  As we continued down Batista/Undertaker Highway the hanging influence of Edge still loomed, having been the cause of the halt in the acclaimed World Heavyweight Championship …

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Chris Jericho – The Worth of a Utility Veteran

PWith the return of Y2J, PWP’s Zak Fellows explains why Chris Jericho has tremendous value as WWE’s utility veteran.  One of the more notable of revelations that was hyped up for the recent Night of Champions event, aside from the question of whether or not Seth Rollins will retain both …

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Highway to Hell in a Cell: Batista vs. Undertaker – Survivor Series 2007

It was a highway to a showdown months in the making and one that started out simply: The Undertaker, after besting Shawn Michaels, emerged victorious in the 2007 Royal Rumble after using his business relationship with the grim reaper to enter at #30 and earn a main event championship match …

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Sister Abigail & The Power of Fan Speculation

The strength of one’s fan base ultimately determines a lasting impression of something even in its death. After all best to leave fans with a good impression or risk them demonizing it years after its death and kill any potential for money to be made. This is why ECW’s fans …

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