We’re going to keep things chronological here on #BACKFILL, and after Chapter 8’s “Big Boys Guide to Strong Style”, PROGRESS started a new strand of shows entitled: ENDVR, where some of the company’s trainees cut their teeth.
It’s safe to say that the first OTT show we reviewed, February 2016’s “Ah Ted”, wasn’t well received by us here at BackBodyDrop. Whilst the live atmosphere may have been raucous, it simply didn’t translate well to tape… but let’s give them another go with a show from May, entitled, “Even Better Than Better
If you’re a fan of… pretty much anything, to be fair, you may have noticed the rise of the “subscription box”. Loot Crate lead the way, and have recently signed an agreement with WWE to produce their own offshoot, but they’re not the first to cater to wrestling fans.
In August 1998, WWE expanded it’s programming suite with a show on MTV called Sunday Night Heat. Like with most new shows, it got some attention from WWE in its early years, particularly when it acted as a lead-in to pay-per-views, before being turned into yet-another recap show and rebranded as “Heat”. This week