Being a child of the 1990s, Mullet took two of his favorite things from that era and fused them together. Read all about the fusion between WWF's throwaway PPVs and R.L. Stine literature.
After much deliberation, Mullet takes aim at wrestling's "most respected journalist" and everything he stands for. This gets a little angry.
Mullet began to notice some similarities between Clark Griswold and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling. He examines the parallels and ties it all together, roast style.
Change is generally considered a good thing. When it comes to wrestlers' names, it is a mixed bag. Mullet examines some of the lesser-known wrestler name variations and tries to make sense of it all.
What is better: jerking the curtain or closing the show? Mullet examines what has been best for the audience for every WrestleMania.
After months of failure, Mullet finally comes up with a way to make a comparison between ROH and old school ECW fun and exciting. Naturally, it involved three rings...
Every wrestling fan wants to know what it's like to be an actual wrestler. Mullet just wants to know what it's like to be the Japanese Buzzsaw.
Mullet runs down this year's storylines and presents the audience a chance to win a FREE SWOGGLE SHOP SHIRT!
Everybody's favorite regular series returns! Mullet digs deep and offers a plethora for some of the best (and worst) characters in wrestling and Pixar history.
After a lot of debate, some soul searching and plenty of procrastination, Mullet has sat down and compiled the ultimate Power 25: every Royal Rumble from worst to best.