Traditionally Lucha, OLLIE has for many years served as the people's promotion in Mexico. Putting on affordable shows and providing its audiences with colorful characters and solid matches, developing and using some of Mexico's biggest stars. In recent years, they joined the Confederation of the Territories, and as the only Mexican company in Sam Keith's supergroup, they have a bit of a different arrangement. Not fitting into the US's typical form of territory, it seems OLLIE is set to represent the Mexican style in the COTT, rather than a particular region. Facing a difficult challenge from SOTBPW, one of the biggest promotions in history, OLLIE seek to reclaim their glory in the wake of some company deaths and grow themselves into a true Mexican company. Their relationship with the COTT will shift and change as that aim is followed, and they may have to re-evaluate their position as "The Mexican Territory."
Culty sports entertainment! I draft half of WWE's roster and run SmackDown! shows exclusively out of Madison Square Garden. Brought in a lot of outside talent over the course of this series, which would be a personal gripe I would have if I was a viewer of the series, but I tend to tell stories and do end up running the thing as though I would the WWE. I give foreign talent huge opportunities and start building towards a fresh women's division, while hopefully telling some exciting stories.
My favorite game of all time. A post-apocalyptic adventure through the Mojave desert, starting in a shanty town just inside the border of California and (hopefully) finishing in a post-nuclear war Vegas strip. This Let's Play is designed to be the most in-depth commentated playthrough of the game that exists. (That's the aim anyway.) I am trying to structure the playthrough in a certain way, so that I don't have to re-visit most areas in the game. Hopefully the almost 2 years of effort I have put into this series will pay off, and make the experience smooth and entertaining.
A podcast with a bloody history. First it began during a large community venture known as Project Synergy UK, it was an attempt to bring that large group together for discussion with two of my closer Youtube friends: Tanner Hannum and Callum Dean. After PSUK disbanded we brought the podcast onto our newer en-devour The Round Table. It was there we encountered the most problems and the venture ended with the internet death of our friend Tanner. After The Round Table was dismantled I made a decision to move the podcast (now the Puddcast) onto my channel, replacing Tanner with another close friend of mine: Marshall Peterson (aka theeventhorizonX).