Just when I thought that everything was happening at the start of the week, it just kept going. You didn’t have to the type of person to closely follow the news to know that there was all sorts of things happening in the world this week. We’ll do our best to keep you posted with this week’s links.
Since we have a lot of links from America this week, let’s start with American model Martha Hunt.
Reporter Wesley Lowery was arrested for being a reporter in Ferguson, Missouri. Here’s his account of the arrest. (Washington Post)
A reporter took to the ground in Ferguson as part of the protest movement. This is what happened. (Grantland)
Despite all the riots in Ferguson, Missouri, one question remains unanswered. Why did Michael Brown really die? (The New Yorker)
The second oldest and second biggest show on the WWE’s calendar is their annual summer bash known as SummerSlam. For the second year running, wrestling’s biggest show of the summer came to Los Angeles’ Staples Centre for the 23rd annual SummerSlam. The entire show was built around a rookies vs. veterans angle between The Nexus and the WWE in an almost nWo-style invasion angle. Find out how well that angle and the rest of the show played out after the jump. Continue reading
SummerSlam is the second biggest show on the WWE’s calendar every year. Fittingly, given the WWE’s recent fascination with celebrities on Monday Night Raw, the 22nd edition of SummerSlam was held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. So how was the biggest show of the summer? Find out after the jump. Continue reading