Articles by Heather Hickey
For a long time, WWE programming had been devastated by a relentless flow of injuries.
[Note from Heather: I am re-posting this from 3 years ago, in honor of my friend Hilary visiting from the UK (she is referenced near the end).
A Review of “The Three Count: My Life in Stripes as a WWE Referee” By Jimmy Korderas Foreword by Adam “Edge” Copeland Published by ECW Press, 300 pages; also available in e-format (Note from Heather: I originally reviewed this book 3 years ago…
When Daniel Bryan retired, fans shared special moments that had resonated with them.
Brock Lesnar’s “Death Clutch” Delivers… Something Welcome to the first in a series of TJRWrestling Book Club reviews.
Bret “Hitman” Hart has always kept up a close connection with his fans.
If you’re like me, you love reading wrestler’s biographies, and sometimes even those sensationalized tell-alls that go behind the curtain (sometimes these books are one in the same).
Not long ago, WWE regularly called upon Chris Jericho to elevate wrestlers who needed a boost.
Last night I had the privilege of guesting on the podcast known as Eclectic Conversations (you can find them on twitter @EConvos).
When the movie “Straight Outta Compton” dominated the box office in its opening weekend, most people celebrated.
I had not seen Kevin Owens wrestle – ever – until just 11 days ago.