Back in 1994, AAA Worlds Collide brought tons of luchadores into American view for the first time. One of the biggest names in the list of new arrivals, many of which would end up in WCW, came in the main event in the form of Eddie Guerrero. At the time, Guerrero would have likely continued teaming with his American partner Art Barr, but Barr sadly died a few months later.
Still, enjoy this amazing Hair Vs. Mask match between four masters of the art.
Sometimes life comes first. And this was one of those weeks.
Heck, maybe this has been one of those years.
Things happen, lives change as they go through the months and the years and we are often left to figure out a path through it all again and again. We do it all over and over again. I am certainly no exception. This week has been one of those weeks in many ways in my life, but I am happy to say that navigation has left me more clear on who I am and where I want to be.
With that said, I certainly did get some projects working on last week, mostly new Lightweight, but at the same time, other things kept it from completion.
Thankfully, other things show up to help sometimes as well. I have the four day Thanksgiving weekend open almost completely to work on finishing my 2014 writing projects and making sure the 52/14 Project ends successfully.
Today’s image is of Lego Spider-Man, the version of Spider-Man best known for pure angst.
No idea the origins of this great Sanjulian piece of Storm, but it is great work. Source. Character owned by Marvel