Remembrance of glorious things past

Kolkata: Bored of board games? Done watching ‘The Test’ because by now you can lip synch Justin Langer’s lines? Tried ‘The English Game’ but that was a googly because it told the tale of professional football? Looking for your daily fix of that drug called cricket in the time of what should have been the Indian Premier League (IPL) can be difficult business.

Bray Wyatt vs John Cena was nothing like we have seen before, it was a cinematic marvel

There was doubt, there was skepticism, there was criticism when it was announced WrestleMania 36 is taking place without a live audience amid the coronavirus pandemic. And it will be a two-day affair. But give credit where credit is due, WWE surprised us big time. Vince McMahon has often been panned for following a set pattern for years and not being creative enough. But this WrestleMania 36 showed that when pushed to a corner, they can surprise us. And thrive in it too.

Drew McIntyre conquers the ‘Conquerer’ Brock Lesnar at WWE WrestleMania 36

The battle of heavyweights, two behemoths, two larger than life superstars took on each other at WWE WrestleMania 36. WWE Champion Brock Lesnar faced a daunting threat in the form of 6’5, 265 pounds Drew McIntyre. The ‘Future of WWE’ is thought to be the next big thing in the WWE and for that to happen, he had to overcome the ‘Beast Incarnate’. Lesnar is always the last stage to conquer in the WWE for any superstar to reach the pinnacle. McIntyre did exactly that.