Thursday, June 28, 2007

Office, sweet Office.

Aside from torturing my dear office-mate, Chris, with my new musical obsessions .. I've been doing quite a bit here at the office. Not much of it has been blogging, and I do apologize. I tend to get easily distracted.

So what exactly have I been working on? Well. I am working on a few things. I am attempting to set up a new hotline for ChickFight. It's both fun and a little frustrating. I am actually doing the voice-work for it. It seems like it would be an easy task, but I can't seem to keep from stuttering and sounding like a robot. Ahh, maybe it'll get easier. I'll let you all know when it goes live. =)

I've also been working on getting some new footage through the doors here at ClickWrestle. With Chikara signed on, and their footage just about ready to go.. You'll be seeing them soon. I've also been working on a few distribution deals in Germany.. and hopefully there will be some big announcements for that soon. Very exciting stuff. Whee!

Monday, June 18, 2007

Another notch on the injured list..

I was pretty psyched to give you all results from our latest ChickFight 9 show that took place over the weekend.. and then I spoke to BossMan and he gave me some unfortunate news.

Apparently during a match that took place at an event prior to ChickFight, Cheerleader Melissa was fighting Sweet Saraya. They took it to the outside of the ring, when Sweet Saraya fell upon a broken soda can. She suffered a grisly wound, cutting her kneecap off. Everytime I think about it I get sick to my stomach. We here at ClickWrestle and ChickFight wish her a speedy recovery.

There is a good chance this could cost Saraya her career. So here's a tip folks, pick up your freaking trash.

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A note on MelsChif..

Because I want you all to quiver in anticipation.. check out this little excerpt.

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Leather, Spikes, and Chains

Leather, spikes, chains, green goo sprayed in people's face. All stuff you'd associate with MsChif. But while getting prepared to post the new Shimmer volume 7/8 stuff... I was quite surprised. It appears that ClickWrestle favorite Cheerleader Melissa has been wooed by MsChif and has taken to donning the Green and Leather in celebration. The two team up and take on The HomeWrecking Crew, Rain and Lacey. It's a brutal match and it's absolutely stunning to see Melissa and MsChif in cahoots. What a team they make. I can't wait until this stuff starts going live. I'll keep you all updated. =) Speaking of Shimmer, after speaking with Dave Prazak recently, I've decided he's one of the nicest guys I've ran into in the wrestling scene. What a sweetie. Anyhow. On to life at the office.

In our spare time here at the office, Chris and Bossman have taken to playing Xbox. Specifically Def Jam: Fight for New York. It's pretty funny, watching these two white boys get G'd out and sport the Bling. (Insert more appropriate lingo here!) Chris and Bossman even have their own characters based on themselves. It's adorable. They get so competitive. Ahh. I don't know if I could even stand a chance, though, when it comes to competing with these guys. I just don't have the whole hand/eye coordination thing going. Plus, they don't even LET you make a female character. How horrible is that? Boo.

Also: I am hoping to get some Chikara Wrestling footage out here. I am quite close to closing a deal with them right now. So if you're a fan, good news! Let me know what matches ya'll are interested in and I'll try to make it happen!

Friday, June 08, 2007


Since hurting my foot, I've had a sort of crappy week. I am hoping it's on the up and up, but it's definitely put me in a blog-depriving mood. So.. I apologize for not blogging all week. I was tempted to post pictures of my wrecked foot, or what Chris and I have started calling "Zombie Foot". But that is even grosser than the IWA DeathMatches. So I will settle for letting you all know that it really DID look like a zombie foot for a while, there.. All purple and blue and swollen and gross. Ew. But I am much better now. So out with the Zombie Foot, in with the ClickWrestle news.

I spent a lot of my time reviewing sales this week. As it turns out Amazing Kong vs. Nikki Roxx and Lacey vs. Nikita are our top sellers this year. It's nice to see the ClickWrestle viewers have such great taste.. Lacey and Kong are awesome! Actually, Amazing Kong is on a roll right now. People seem to really enjoy her style. She's definitely a strong, fierce woman and comes in an impressive package. She absolutely demolishes almost every opponent she comes against. A lot of people don't know that she has a strong history of wrestling in Japan, though. All you Kong fans should watch her during her JD Star days. Watch the match with her against Tsunami. Two large, extremely strong women in a hardcore match where they tear up an entire arena beating each other down.

All right, I am going to go capture some IWA-MS footage.. Wish me luck. (I sure hope there is a lot less blood and guts in this batch!)

Sunday, June 03, 2007


Ah. I am broken. Yesterday afternoon I did some horrible thing to my foot, bent it at an obscene angle, and now I am all sorts of broken. I am not sure what's wrong with my foot, yet. But it sucks. Which leads me to wonder..

How do all these wrestlers go about with their daily wrestling routine knowing that quite certainly there will be an injury somewhere around the corner. So many wrestlers get some sort of horrible injury along the way. One of my favorite female wrestlers, Rebbecca Knox, was injured a little bit ago. From what I've heard, hasn't made it back to the ring since. She writes in her journal at her site:

"I am very upset I have to write this email because I have to cancel all future dates until December. I am not sure if you had heard about the knock to the head I got in Germany a few weeks ago or not, but I got a bad cut above the eye and it was stitched up and all seemed fine. But after a few days I was getting extremely painful headaches, loud buzzing in my left ear and my vision in my left eye is completely blurred. The doctor has told me it may be damage to the 8th cranial nerve and I am waiting for a ct brain scan and have been adviced to stop wrsetling for the next few months. It could be permanent or it could go away by itself. but untill all signs have been allevated I will not be able to engage in any heavy physical activity"

Then there is an old friend of mine.. He was the head bootcamp trainer at APW for a while, and also led a fantastic wrestling career of his own. He suffered repeated concussions while wrestling, and in the end of things, began having blackouts and intense head-aches. He was in pretty bad shape, and decided to retire. It was an emotional occasion. He was beloved by his co-workers, and adored by his fans. But losing him in the ring was a much better than losing him in life. He retired, and it was probably for the better. Yet.. A few years later, there he was.. Back in the ring! Which makes me wonder what it is about wrestling that makes people risk FURTHER injuring themselves. I have heard from many, many people that wrestling runs in one's blood. Maybe there is some truth to that.

In any case. My foot hurts. I am going to go put some ice on it.