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Neo-Reality Entertainment explores the world of Professional Wrestling, Hosted by Eric Brown, he explores and reviews all of wrestling and some bit of news along the way, be ready for my coverings and takes on these Tales of The Wrestling Tapes! 🎵 Music by LAKEY INSPIRED open.spotify.com/artist/3zDGjdtoxUiH7YcTWOdtMd soundcloud.com/LAKEYINSPIRED www.instagram.com/lakeyinspired/ About me as a Wrestling Fan: I was introduced to wrestling in 2001. Seeing Chris Jericho and The Rock during the height of The Invasion storyline, which I didn't know going on, and watching their performance on the microphone and in the ring hooked me onto the industry since. Since those days, I had watched WWF/E exclusively from 2001 to 2010. Growing up seeing Triple H, Randy Orton, John Cena, Hogan, Shawn Michaels, THE UNDERTAKER, and some phenomenal stories and storytelling be told. Eventually, I had learned of defunct companies like ECW and WCW and got myself WWE 24/7 to witness the past and experienced how different things were before I was born. Then I heard stuff like NWA without ever knowing what that was before I finally dug more into the wrestling INDUSTRY and discovered promotions like NWA, New Japan Pro-Wrestling, Impact Wrestling, and Ring of Honor. It was like being a kid again, finding more wrestling than ever and swept on the internet to places like Veoh, YT, and DailyMotion to find wrestling content, which was a blessing in disguise as my WWE-Exclusivity attention was wearing thin in 2009 as WWE was fully embracing the PG Era, which was far removed from the type of content I was more used to. While I did welcome the old, more insane days to return, It wasn't going to either return or improve as the WWE's content in characters and consistency had taken a severe nose dive for me. I was grateful to find the other promotions that could do what WWE no longer sought to produce. Today, we have those promotions surging onward AND new promotions such as All Elite Wrestling in a state where WWE is the monopoly but has created an inconsistent product and oversaturation with some diamond moments but not enough in the rest of the presentation to keep things going.

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