For years I have been thinking, then eventually sharing with others, how incredibly odd Hunter Pence is. Not personality wise, but just every movement he makes on a baseball diamond is odd, quirky, and flat out well...just different. In being a good sport about it, Pence makes fun of his peculiar ways in a recent video where he is teaching kids to play the game of baseball like him. It is quite funny, and baseball fans will thoroughly enjoy it. Here it is.
It probably won't come as a shock to anyone who follows this blog that I will say the following statement: Impact Wrestling may just be the most consistently entertaining and fresh - very important adjective here! - wrestling product that I've engaged with over the past two years. It's just always there, as solid as it can be. No real highs, or lows that push me away as a fan - just good, consistent, thorough, solid pro wrestling enjoyment. Now, make no mistake about it, over the past summer, I found myself a whopping thirteen weeks behind this solid product in favor of the still new (and intriguing) AEW product and my on-again-off-again hope in the WWE due to nostalgia. However, trusty-work-from-home days have allowed me to binge watch (and work, of course) and it certainly opened my eyes to a new experience when it came to wrestling. Removal from the episodic style habit, and the feel of episodes bridging together seamlessly. Also, remove from the internet culture of we