By Jared Prestwidge After three matches and the first title bout taking place this past Friday, the Innergeekdom division is quickly gaining steam in its second year. Interestingly enough, only one competitor in any of the three matches leading up to Inman vs Donica had played in the division previously. Naturally this has resulted in the faint whispers … Continue reading How should the next Innergeekdom mini-tournament shape up?
The Schmoedown's first major event of the year has been and gone, with the second annual Free 4 All very much etched into the history books as the one where Andrew Ghai trolled everyone. All roads now lead towards Collision, with a host of matches scheduled for the next six weeks set to get the … Continue reading Action go live as K.O. lays down a challenge – the Schmoedown Week that Was
Well, the storylines are back! Not since pre-season has there been a busier week of Schmoedown-related news, with the buzz of the live event and the realisation that the Free 4 All is just a week away whipping the whole movie trivia world into a fervour. But have you been keeping up to date given … Continue reading Napzok nabs two bookings as Andreyko speaks out – the Schmoedown Week that Was
Power struggles are rarely pretty. Various parties believing it is they who should be in control, and will almost do anything to ensure that is the case. Right now in the Schmoedown the battle for supremacy is about to hit fever pitch. Kristian Harloff's decision to step down as Commissioner and place Thadd Williams in … Continue reading The Schmoedown Power Struggle – does Dagnino hold the key to Harloff’s return?
With the wider Schmoedown audience still basking in being able to see the the show's first live event from the comfort of their own homes, the road to the Free 4 All continues to throw up plenty of breaking stories. The schedule ahead of the show's first "pay-per-view" event of the season is now full … Continue reading Critically Acclaimed get the call as contract disputes come to a head – the Schmoedown Week that Was
The dream has died. At the Schmoedown Awards, the Wildberries stated that their career aim was to set the record for the most matches without a win. And yet in their first appearance of 2018, Josh Macuga and Eliot Dewberry ran out victorious in a rollercoaster battle against the Reel Rejects. All of a sudden, … Continue reading Who should the Wildberries play next?
The first two months of Schmoedown Season Five have been perhaps the most divisive the show has known since its move to Collider, with one word dominating the complaints pile on the Commissioner's desk - story. The second incarnation of Schmoedown Spectacular and the weeks leading into it were the best example of what the … Continue reading Schmoedown Storylines – what lessons can be learned from Season Five so far?