As usual, I apologize for the lack of updates.
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Today begins (well Friday begins, but close enough) the most daunting task of my non-existent writing career. Inspired by my fellow peers to put myself out there and actually do something beyond talking about it all the time, I’ve begun a project that’s been simmering inside me for quite some time.
Once I have a little more written to page, I’ll delve deeper into what I’m doing and what my goals ultimately are for the project. For now I’m putting this out there into the world to keep myself accountable and motivated.
We normally celebrate the anniversary of Northeast Championship Wrestling in May with our REUNION event, the truth is that today (March 15th) is the real anniversary of NCW’s humble beginnings.
From my wrestling world, a look back at NCW’s first wrestling event in Dedham, MA ten years ago. I’m old.
John Casey is the founder and promoter of Northeast Championship Wrestling, having managed in NCW for years as JC Marxxx. Since 2012 JC has continued working behind the scenes for NCW Commissioner Dean Livsley as a representative of the NCW offices. This is his story.
Time inside the wrestling world can be very subjective.
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Ugh, stupid emotions.
It’s been awhile since my last post, and for the 9 of you who check this blog out regularly I’m sure you’ve been very concerned over my lack of content. For that I am sorry, and while I make this promise every time I slack off (and will probably break this vow again), I swear I will begin posting more consistently. I wish I could tell you I’ve been off living some grand adventure filled with amazing moments and memories.
Between Thanksgiving, NCW WrestleFest, the amazing Say Anything/Saves the Day concert (with Reggie & the Full Effect!) and my second (final) eye surgery on Tuesday the last seven days have been a perpetual blur for me.
As I sit here nursing the stitches above my eye, unable to drive, going stir crazy and cabin fever settling in I’ve realized it’s going to be one long fucking month of recovery.
The good news? When it’s all said and done I’ll have both my eyes back and will finally be able to put 2014 in my rear view while looking ahead at the new year to come.
With all this excess time on my hands I’ll be digging into my Netflix list and start reviewing those movies I had planned on watching during my last LOA from work, checking out the last penultimate episode of Sons of Anarchy currently sitting on my DVR, and laying back at some point today to listen to the latest edition of Serial (you should too).
To be continued…