WhatCulture Wrestling (Web Video)
(thud, smash, thud) Ding, ding, and more ding. WhatCulture Wrestling is a YouTube channel that is part of the WhatCulture web network, which is dedicated to pop culture. On it, you’ll find a diverse range of shows, podcasts, and personalities that are all focused on the ins and outs of the Professional Wrestling industry. These are some of the shows:
- Ups and Downs- Simon Miller analyzes some of the most memorable moments from the most recent WWE television programs. Why? – Simon deconstructs a point of dispute or a heated subject in order to explain why something should or should not be the situation in the world of wrestling. When What Culture Pro Wrestling (now known as Defiant Wrestling) was first established, it was essentially their own wrestling organization, with the Adams (Blampied and Pacitti) playing important roles in the creative process. Following the separation (see below) and rebranding as “Defiant,” it has evolved into a unique entity inside the same organization, with little or no overt cross-promotion.
Presenters Adam Blampiednote, Adam Pacitti, Jack “the Jobber,” and “King” Ross Twedell, editor Sam Driver, and featured guests from the WhatCulture gaming channel Ben Potter and “Tiny” Peter Austin left the channel in late 2017 citing creative differences and workplace culture. They went on to create their own channels, Cultaholic (on wrestling) and Triple Jump (on video games) (on gaming). The station then promoted Simon to a more prominent lead presenter position, hired new presenters, launched new shows, and altered its emphasis to only broadcasting WWE material in the future.
You may also visit the main website, which was the inspiration for the creation of the channel, by clicking here.
The shows from the pre-split era included examples of:
- Jack’s heel turn in the summer of 2017 was swiftly put on hold owing to the massive negative response from the audience
- This was the first of many such episodes to be cancelled. Intense Parody: Since they began putting plots into their videos, they have become one of the most popular parodies of professional wrestling. For the record, Kurt Angle is Adam Blampied’s favorite wrestler of all time. He would often incorporate Kurt into his dream bookings whenever feasible, either as a face (having him halt Goldberg’s rampage) or a heel (had him be the true mastermind behindSteve Austin being struck by a vehicle)
- Sam Driver, a former editor, is a thorn in the side of his assistant. The Berserk Button is activated by the following characters: AdamhatesSantino MarellaandR-Truth. It’s interesting to note that Other Adam enjoys them
- When something surprising occurs during their response films, they occasionally exclaim loudly “OMG!” One of the most memorable instances was their reaction to Goldbergsquashing. Episode 1 of the Breather Series: Brock LesnaratSurvivor Series2016
- No plot is being followed on the Roadblock broadcast
- Instead, Adam and Simon are just chilling and watching some wrestling with nothing at stake. After putting aside the BX / Pacitti Club dispute, Adam, Jack, and Sam sit down to witness the newest episode in Matt and Jeff Hardy’s journey into lunacy.
- Brief Accent Imitation: Adam enjoys imitating the accents of other Adam and Jack whenever the opportunity presents itself
- WhatCulture inHow They Should Have Booked The Invasion features Brian Zane and Grim (from Grim’s Toy Show) attempting to take over WhatCulture. Several months later, Adam would repay Zane’s favor in hisHeroes of Wrestlingreview. Cheaters Will Never Succeed: The situation is avoided
- Adam has overtly cheated in all of his post-Fastlane championship defenses and has retained his title in every instance. Karma, on the other hand, finally catches up with him
- It’s All About the Country: “Is the Face/Heel Dynamic Dead?” he asks towards the beginning of his Pipebomb video on the subject. (This video was released as Patreon-restricted content as WhatCulture Extra rather than being released on YouTube, which means he doesn’t have to censor his swearing for fear of being demonetised) Adam refers to Roman Reigns as “an objectionable cunt” at the height of his failed face push
- (this video was released as Patreon-restricted content as WhatCulture Extra rather than being released on YouTube, which means he doesn’t have to You Have to Work Hard for Your Happy Ending: After being battered down by BX, suffering through countless uncomfortable forfeits, and losing control of his own program, Jack was eventually victorious at WrestleMania
- Double-Turn in the Fastlane: At the end of the Fastlane, make a face-to-heel turn. During Adam vs. Adam, Sam and Suzie revealed that they had been working for BX all along, handed the championship back to Adam, and superkicked Jack, resulting in Adam and BX being transformed into nefarious villains, and Jack and the Pacitti Club being transformed into sympathetic characters
- Adam, following the events of Fastlane
- Faux Affably Evil: Gargle Blaster: The “Cena-Colada,” a cocktail created of wine, milk, mustard, tea, Tabasco, cinnamon, and vinegar, as well as other ingredients. Without a doubt, that is a forfeit. Also of note is the “Long Island Big E,” which is a concoction of beer, “Sex on a Beach,” cream, “Iron Bru,” a lot of salt, mouthwash, goat urine, and vinegar
- HashtagForLaughs: Once each Episode, Ben will remark something similar to what he says in his previous WhatCulture videos: “you could call it. Shit X for Wankers,ShitXForWankers!” is a phrase that is pushed to its logical conclusion while addressing the father in The Mist: “Shit X for Wankers,ShitXForWankers!” In the words of Ben: S**tFatherWhoDraggedOutAScaryFogMonsterAttackByNotKillingHisSonSoonerForW**kers! In the words of Ben: Sorry for the inconvenience, editor. Sam, as seen in the WhatCultureMania forfeit video
- Heel–Face Turn: Sam and the Revolving Door with His Heel in His Face Finally, he’s back! Adam Pacitti had a triumphant return at the Extreme Rules reaction, earning the cash prize and the title. Ham is on his way: “Kiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Several jokes regarding Vince McMahon’s remarkable body have been circulated. “He could not be slain by anything as insignificant as a stampede of wildebeests
- He would devour them first
- ” The Masochist’s Meal consists of the following ingredients: Other Adam ate a ghost chili as part of a forfeit
- My Friends and I were there. as well as Zoidberg: In the video “10 Things WWE Wants You to Forget About Shane McMahon,” Adam described the Attitude Era stable The Union as “consisting of a mad boy, a big boy, an angry boy, andTest”
- In the video “10 Things WWE Wants You to Forget About Shane McMahon,” Adam described the Union as “consisting of a mad boy, a big boy, an angry boy, andTest.” The Mole’s Point of View: According to Sam, the Pacitti Club was a hoax, and his turn to BX was a fraud
- They’re Much Older Than They Appear: Jack is in his early twenties, but he appears to be in his twenties at the moment. By referring to him as a 5-year-old, Adam and King Ross poked fun at the situation. Gag that is excessively long: Rhetorical Question Blunder:
- Brief Accent Imitation: Adam enjoys imitating the accents of other Adam and Jack whenever the opportunity arises
- Crossover: In How They Should Have Booked The Invasion, Brian Zane and Grim (from Grim’s Toy Show) attempt to take over WhatCulture. When Zane wrote hisHeroes of Wrestlingreview, Adam would later return the favor. Cheaters Never Succeed in Business – With the championship defenses after Fastlane over, Adam has cheated brazenly each time and has retained his crown. Karma, on the other hand, finally finds him. Having a strong sense of belonging is important. He asks the question “Is the Face/Heel Dynamic Dead?” towards the beginning of his Pipebomb film on the subject. Adam declares Roman Reigns (during the height of his unsuccessful face push) “an obnoxious cunt” in a video that was aired as Patreon-restricted material as WhatCulture Extra rather than being broadcast on YouTube, which means he does not have to filter his language for fear of being demonetised. You Have to Work Hard for Your Happy Ending: After getting knocked down by BX, suffering through countless uncomfortable forfeits, and losing control of his own program, Jack was eventually victorious at WrestleMania. Double-Turn in the Face/Heel: At the end of the Fastlane, make a U-turn in the Face/Heel direction and accelerate. As part of Adam vs. Adam, Sam and Suzie revealed that they had been working for BX all along, handed the championship back to Adam, and superkicked Jack, resulting in Adam and BX being transformed into nefarious villains, while Jack and the Pacitti Club were transformed into sympathetic characters
- Following the Fastlane, Adam exhibits faux affably evil behavior. “Cena-Colada,” a cocktail created of wine, milk, mustard, tea (with Tabasco), cinnamon, and vinegar (for gargle blasting), and other ingredients. Of course, it’s a loss of face. Also of note is the “Long Island Big E,” which is a concoction of beer, “Sex on a Beach,” cream, “Iron Bru,” a lot of salt, mouthwash, goat urine, and vinegar
- And HashtagForLaughs: Once every Episode, Ben will remark something similar to what he says in his other WhatCulture videos: “you could name it.” Shit X for Wankers, Shit X for Wankers!” is a phrase that is pushed to its logical conclusion while addressing the father in The Mist: “Shit X for Wankers,ShitXforWankers!” In the words of Ben: S**tFatherWhoDraggedOutA ScaryFogMonsterAttackByNotKillingHisSonSoonerForW**kers! In the words of Ben: Thank you for your understanding, editor. Sam, in the WhatCultureMania forfeit video
- Heel–Face Turn: Sam is a revolving door with his heels towards the floor. He has returned! As part of the Extreme Rules response, Adam Pacitti returned to the ring and won the championship. Ham is on his way to town: “Kiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Vince McMahon’s imposing body is the subject of several jokes. The fact that he “couldn’t be slain by a trifling event like a rush of wildebeests” is because he would consume the wildebeests first. Dinner for the Masochist: As a part of a forfeit, Other Adam consumed a ghost chili
- My Friends Zoidberg, as well as In the video “10 Things WWE Wants You to Forget About Shane McMahon,” Adam defined the Attitude Era faction The Union as “composed of a furious boy, a large guy, an angry boy, and Test.” This is how the Mole describes himself. Eventually it was discovered that Sam had never left the Pacitti Club and his turn to BX was an impersonation. People who appear to be older than they appear to be Jack is in his early twenties, although he appears to be in his twenties at the time of the photograph. By referring to him as a 5-year-old, Adam and King Ross poked fun at his age. a gag that is far too long: The following is an example of a rhetorical question error:
What could be more entertaining than watching The Big Show be humiliated? Well,scabies.
- Did it again in “10 of the Most Heel Things John Cena Ever Did as a Babyface,” this time without a snarky undertone:
- Adam:. If you’re thinking about what would be the worst stuff to descend on you from a tremendous height, what could be worse than genuine sh*t? I’m referring to the fact that bricks, I suppose, but keep your mouth quiet
- Running Joke: King Ross reigned supreme in this regard, no pun intended:
- “IT’S JOHN O’CLOCK, MOTHERF—ERS!” screamed King Ross as he realized that JBL had made a mistake on commentary. A T-shirt was created as a result of its widespread popularity. Dabayu-Dabayu-Eeeeee, BaRON Corbin, WTF moMONTS, and other unusual pronunciations
- Parading around as a doomsday siren blares in the background
- And other eccentricities. It was his custom to do this anytime anything really unexpected happened on the show he was covering (for example, JBL correcting Mauro Ranallo): yelling “TOMSPIRACY!” in falsetto, in reference to how Tom Phillips often had to stand bow-legged or sit in order to appear shorter than the wrestlers he was interviewing, when in reality he is taller than almost all of them
- Yelling “TOMSPIRACY!” in falsetto, in reference to how Tom Phillips often had to stand bow-legged or sit in order to appear shorter than the wrestlers he was interviewing
- In non-Ross running gags, when Adam did a top 10 and something alluded to something further down the list, he’d say knowingly, “Oh, we’ll get to that.”
- In “10 Things WWE Want You to Forget About CM Punk,” Adam came up with a different full name for CM Punkpretty much every time he said his name. In “10 Things WWE Want You to Forget About CM Punk,” Adam came up with a “How WWE Should Book The Debut Of Balor Club” was a video in which Adam went over the top, suggesting “random combat words” as the title of the next NXT TakeOver event, such as TakeOver: Outnumbered, TakeOver: Fierce, TakeOver: Cardio, TakeOver: Domination, TakeOver: Flex, TakeOver: RuUUUugh, TakeOver: Trouble, and TakeOver: Scowl. It’s impossible not to highlight the fact that JBLlegit beat up The Blue Meani in the middle of the ring at the inaugural ECW One Night Stand whenever they had the opportunity.
- King Ross is known as “Sir Swears-a-Lot.” Occasionally, every other word he spoke was beeped out, which was frustrating. After Fastlane, Adam is a smug Snake. Special Guest: Andrew was able to secure the appearance of Nick “Eugene” Dinsmore on a few of occasions, with Nick treating Andrew like theButt-Monkey that he is
- Flanders is a Stupid Sexy Flanders: When King Ross looked back on the events, he occasionally displayed components of this, such as telling Triple H, “Good boy,” when he sat down
- And telling Seth Rollins, “Good boy,” when he sat down. Here’s how to get a playlist with the top ten songs on the subject: ’10 WWE Stars Who Only Won Gold Because of the Brand Split’ has 8, Orlando Jordan, whose inclusion in the list may be seen “with different angles” (one angle for each of the four corners)
- Best Friends in the Vitriolic World: Blampied and Pacitti got their start in this manner
- The following technical difficulties are being experienced: After “it’s a moment, not a match,” Blampied had a minor tantrum at the start of the “Top 10 Matches of 2016” because he was informed he couldn’t include Lesnar vs. Goldberg on the list because “it’s a moment, not a contest.” The news that they are developing their own wrestling promotion, WCPW, is the highlight of this episode.
Sam:I hereby relinquish ownership of this title to Adam Blampied.
- King Ross issued the following proclamation regarding Jack’s final attempt to usurp Adam’s throne:
- Just as Adam was about to celebrate his Extreme Rules championship triumph, a hooded person appeared and cashed in
The shows from the post-split era included examples of:
- Brief Accent Imitation: Whenever Simon discusses the World Championship Wrestling (WCW), he frequently pronounces it as “dubyuh-see-dubyuh,” expressing it in the same Southern accent associated with its Atlanta roots — and its creator, Ted Turner
- And The Cerebus Roller Coaster is a thrilling ride that takes you through the woods and over bridges and over bridges and over bridges and over bridges and over bridges and over bridges and over bridges and over bridges and over bridges and over bridges and over bridges and over bridges and over bridges and over bridges and over bridges and over bridges and over bridges and over bridges and over bridges and over bridges and over bridges and over bridges and over bridges and over Simon is frequently the lone source of optimism on the channel, with the other presenters giving at best mean-spirited comedy or being more explicitly negative
- New Friends for an Old Hero: One of the few main holdovers, Simon Miller is now responsible for all of the channel’s most popular videos, including the two series that have been running from the beginning of the channel’s existence: Why? and “Ups and Downs.” Adam Clery was also retained and given a larger role in the show.
WhatCulture – Wikipedia
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WhatCulture Ltd. is a news website and magazine dedicated to the entertainment industry that was established in 2010. The site provides breaking news in the fields of professional wrestling, television, cinema, video games, and board games, among other things.
WhatCulture was founded in 2006 by Peter Willis and Matt Holmes under the name ObsessedWithFilm. The company’s initial offices were in Newcastle upon Tyne until moving to Baltic Place in 2015. As ObsessedWithFilm, the site was aimed toward news and discussion about what was going on in the entertainment industry. The WhatCultureYouTubechannel was launched on August 17, 2011, however the firm did not publish its first video to the platform until October 14, 2014. WhatCulture launched a new channel on December 11, 2014, which was previously called as WhatCulture WWE but is now known as WhatCulture Wrestling.
- Other characters such as Adam Pacitti, Kenny McIntosh, Sam Driver, Jack “The Jobber” King, “King” Ross Tweddell, Simon Miller, and others were brought to the site, and their popularity increased as a result of the increased frequency with which content updates were made.
- Red carpet events in Leicester Square, WWE Raw and San Diego Comic-Con panels, as well as the launch of WhatCulture Pro Wrestling were all part of the company’s expansion strategy (WCPW).
- The WhatCulture brand was split and diversified in 2017.
- The departing presenters went on to launch their own wrestling-focused website, Cultaholic, which initially included Blampied.
In addition, Defiant Wrestling experienced financial difficulties in 2017 as a result of YouTube’s advertising policies, and the company was forced to close its doors in August 2019.
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What Culture Pro Wrestling(WCPW) was a Britishindependentwrestling promotion that operated from 2003 until 2007. In 2014, the YouTube channel WhatCulture Wrestling began posting videos on wrestling, specifically the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). Due in part to its fictional plot, which involved guessing the results of the What Culture World Championship wrestling tournament, the station developed a considerable cult following. Due to the popularity of the channel’s characters as well as the plot involving the WhatCulture Heavyweight Championship, the company What Culture Pro Wrestling was founded in 2012.
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- Among the championships held by the WCPW are the World Championship, WCPW Internet Championship, WCPW Hardcore Championship, WCPW Tag Team Championship, and WCPW Women’s Championship.
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