The fifth episode of G.L.O.W. starts off with Debbie showing frustration over not understanding pro wrestling. Debbie thinks it is stupid and barbaric, with no substance. That is all about to change after attending her first actual wrestling event!
In the fourth installment of G.L.O.W., the main premise of the episode is the girls moving into a motel complex and having to deal with their new environment.
G.L.O.W. continues to entertain as it enters into episode three, entitled “The Wrath of Kuntar.” This episode is one that I will gladly say is a turning point for the series, one that directs us on new path!
Staying true to form of a wrestling program, G.L.O.W. episode two has given viewers a reason to continue watching. As the first episode ended with Ruth & Debbie fighting, and Sam’s vision for G.L.O.W.
Unless you have been living under a rock for the past three years, there has been a shift in women’s wrestling in the mainstream United States. A women’s revolution, as coined by the WWE.
WWE and Loot Crate have teamed up to deliver WWE licensed merchandise to fans bi-monthly. I was excited when I first heard about WWE and Loot Crate coming out with the Slam Crate. While waiting for my journalism class at CSUSB to start last Tuesday, I had received notification that my Slam Crate was out …