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Long before the era of PG wrestling that the WWE currently uses, pro wrestling was something that couldn’t exactly be described as family friendly. Not only did the Attitude Era of the (then) WWF push the boundaries of sex and violence when it came to what was acceptable television, but Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) was actually pioneering the same concepts in bingo halls and dimly lit arenas years prior.
In case you missed it, Raw was live from Los Angeles this week and featured a few celebrity guest appearances. Most notably, recent L.A. Laker draft pick Lonzo Ball showed up with his little brother LaMelo and his somewhat-crazy father LaVar. With a bizarre segment that featured a 48-year-old LaVar taking off his shirt and threatening to fight The Miz, along with with LaMelo dropping some racist slurs into a live mic (which the WWE immediately issued an apology for), the WWE hoped that the the additional star power of the Big Baller Brand trio would spike the ratings a little bit.
Following the overwhelming success of the Nintendo Entertainment System Classic Edition last fall, Nintendo has announced that they will be releasing a miniature version of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System — aka one of, if not the, greatest gaming console of all time — later this year. As one of the most popular tech products of the early 90s, a mini version of the Super Nintendo is sure to be at the top of many gamers’ wishlist this year and whether you’re planning to pick one up for yourself or someone else, here is everything you need to know about the SNES Classic Edition.
Nintendo started the week off with a bang yesterday with the announcement of the SNES Classic Edition, which will include 21 of the best Super Nintendo games ever made. One of the biggest differences between the SNES Classic and last year’s NES Classic is that the former system will ship with two controllers as opposed to one. Of course, anyone who got their hands on the NES Classic knows that one of the system’s biggest design flaws was its ridiculously short controller cords, which were only an absurd three feet in length. Fortunately, it appears that Nintendo is well aware of this problem and the SNES Classic will not have the same issue.
Following reports of its existence over the weekend, Nintendo has confirmed that the long-rumored Super Nintendo Classic is very much real. It’s coming out on September 29 for $80 ($100 CAD) and will include 21 games, including Star Fox 2, which was never officially released!
Although it’s unclear when Nintendo will make an official announcement, multiple sources are reporting that the company has confirmed the existence of the SNES Classic Edition, the long-rumored follow-up to last year’s highly popular (and hard to find) NES Classic.
Daniel Bryan, former WWE champion and leader of the YES! Movement, has never been shy about his desire to continue wrestling. However, after numerous head and neck injuries, the WWE medical team refuses to clear him for in-ring action. Bryan even went as far as getting numerous second opinions, but the WWE refused to budge, fearing the worst if Bryan somehow became seriously injured (or worse) if he returned to action.