Sites Affiliated with Blue Bar Cage
CAMEL CLUTCH BLOG (Website - Facebook - Twitter)
News and editorials on wrestling, sports, and pop culture, as run by former wrestling announcer/radio host Eric Gargiulo. I provide my Monday Night Raw reviews here, as well as my WrestleMania Portraits.
WRESTLECHAT (Website - Facebook - Twitter)
The most efficient wrestling news site on the web, managed by Brett Clendaniel and Jonathan Ragus. In March 2012, WrestleChat formed an affiliation with Blue Bar Cage, making them the official wrestling news site of this blog.
The "worst in wrestling" has been chugging along since April 2000, providing its patrons with the most comprehensive "Hall of Shame" the sport could ever ask for. Captained by former independent manager RD Reynolds, WrestleCrap still provides weekly inductions of bad gimmicks/angles, a popular radio show, and, as of 2011, "Headlies", Onion-style news satires written by myself.
Friends of Blue Bar Cage
Thomas Holzerman possesses Jim Ross' sense of wrestling logic, Guy Fieri's love of eclectic and hearty food, the politeness of Beavis and Butthead's hippie teacher. He's as earnest as he is talented, and I consider him a peer that I admire. Plus, he's a Philly sports guy, so that's extra points. Read his work; he can say it all in just a few words.
Scott Keith has written five books on the subject of wrestling, and is one of the longest-tenured "smark writers" out there, having been a contributor of thoughts and reviews since the early 1990's. His writing style, full of even-handed sarcasm and wit, is a huge influence on me. He's also promoted some of my longer works, so I definitely owe him for his help.
REDCARD HEADBUTT (Website - Facebook - Twitter)
Freelance journalist Dan Rackley provides his own upstart look at the "worst in wrestling" by providing footage of rare in-ring action so awful that, as Dan says, you will cringe in your seat!
CLW83 NETWORK (Website - Facebook - Twitter)
Up and coming internet radio blog based out of Louisiana, in which Carl Chenier, Lance Jones, and Jim Williams cover wrestling and sports, and gladly promote the hard work of other journalists.
THE WNS PODCAST (Website - Facebook - Twitter)
Daniel Herrin, Tyler Abear, and Cousin Doug are the craziest, most fun podcast trio you'll ever find in the world of wrestling. They cover the product, and they do so hilariously and with much gusto.
INTERNATIONAL WRESTLING PODCAST (Website - Facebook - Twitter)
Brian McNail and Gerald Murphy are starting to make headway into the world of wrestling podcasting, so why not welcome the due by giving them a like and telling them what you want to hear?