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Your chance to get to know the crew a little more aswell as checking out their social medias!

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Bad Bookers
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Email: badbookerswp@gmail.com

Starting in March 2018, The Bad Bookers have released weekly Podcasts on iTunes and Soundcloud aswell as Reviews of RAW, Smackdown Live and NXT and also Vlogs of Wrestling events (Which include WWE, NXTUK, NJPW and Progress so far) on our Youtube Channel

We also interact regularly with the Internet Wrestling Community by having Guests for our WWE PPV Predictions, Regular Polls on Twitter aswell as doing Giveaways.


Adam ‘Smoothman’ Boothman
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With my introduction to wrestling being that brutal street fight between Cactus Jack and HHH I was instantly hooked. It meant I had something to discuss at school with my mates and meant I got to witness a good portion of the Attitude Era. After seemingly growing out of it as I started my GCSE’s at 15 years of age, I missed a good 10 years or more of WWE programming. As 2014 rolled around, I heard about Sting debuting in WWE and purchased the Network just to see what was happening. As they say the rest is history and I have been an avid watcher of all things WWE since. 2018 saw me go to my first ever wrestling event (see picture with Pete Dunne) and went to a further 2 shows. I dabble in British Wrestling and NJPW too which the guys really enjoy hearing about.


Chris Weight
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The earliest wrestling memory I have is Y2J’s WWF debut on RAW. Him telling someone that I later learned to be The Rock that he was going to “Save the WWF” drew me in like nothing before or since. I’d just turned 13 and found myself being thrown into WWF story lines and I loved it. I followed wrestling for years after, dipping out in the mid 2000’s, coming back after seeing a clip of The Rock returning to host WM 27 and not left since.



Jack Dunstan
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Having watched WCW and WWF as a child (from as young as 2 to about 6 years old) I stopped watching wrestling after the Invasion angle as i lost interest as part of growing up. From about the age of 14 onwards I started to read about the goings on in WWE and keeping in the loop at what type of storylines were happening, but that all changed in 2016 when a certain Shane McMahon came back out of the blue to confront Vince and Stephanie and from that point, I have watched RAW and Smackdown every week Live, aswell as starting to watch NXT in late 2017 and then started to get into Indy Wrestling and broadening my horizons


Matt Quine
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My early memories are of watching WWF on Sky 1 and playing the Playstation 1 Smackdown games. I was only watching until around the end of 2001. I dipped in and out around the mid 2000s, I remember the likes of Bobby lashley, Umaga and the boogeyman but was never really invested. I got properly back into wrestling after hearing rumours of the Undertaker retiring at Wrestlemania 33. Being a massive Hardyz fan I got really into it and I have watched every Pay-Per-View since, while getting into the weekly shows. I like to keep up with Progress but don’t watch much outside of WWE.