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Dear WWE. It’s Time

Dear WWE

I’m writing this as an open letter to you.

With the “new era” is also a chance for change. To define the history of WWE and do things never done before. Break the barrier and create a new mold. And you have the best opportunity to do just that.

Bailey. Charlotte. Nia Jax. Alexa Bliss. Becky Lynch. WWE Women’s Champion Sasha Banks. These women have put female wrestling in the spotlight. What was once the break between matches is now something that everyone wants to stay and watch.

So with that being said, WWE; it’s time.

It’s time the women main event a pay-per-view.

It’s never been done and the only time that two women have main evented a match outside of NXT was Trish Stratus and Lita.

These women have proven they can put on a show. They’ve proven they can draw crowds. Give these women a shot at grabbing that brass ring and never letting go.

Women’s wrestling has never looked brighter. Give the women a chance at main eventing a pay-per-view, to kick lass and to cement women’s wrestling as a legitimate force.

 

Sincerely,

A WWE fan

 

New NHL Franchise… What’s the Name?

The location of the NHL’s 2017-2018 expansion team has been revealed, along with the GM of the new team. But one question still eats away at anyone familiar with the NHL: what will the team’s nickname be?

There have been lots of different nicknames thrown into the mix, but a select few really stick out to me and what seems to be the entire NHL fanbase. To specify even further, the most popular two names as of right now are “Black Knights” and “Aces”. These names both have a great ring to them, and I wouldn’t mind seeing either of them becoming the face of the NHL’s newest franchise. However, one huge potential issue still very much exists: copyright complications.

Copyright complications have been an issue in the past for expansion or relocation teams, with two great examples being the Dallas Stars and Winnipeg Jets. The NHL always seems to find a way around them, thankfully, and we’ll just have to wait and see what the new franchise finally decides on.