As a native Clevelander, B.J. “Doc Zeus” Steiner believes in nothing beyond the icy embrace of Kierkegaardian nihilism. His formative childhood influences include Wu-Tang Clan, Sarah Michelle Gellar, nWo-era Hulk Hogan and game seven of the 1997 World Series. As a fully grown adult, he has learned to embrace the hate and become a semi-professional rap music critic specializing on calling you on your shit. He still watches professional wrestling and is definitely not married. Swipe right, ladies!

Currently Listening:

KR - I$0lyf3 3

Guardians Of The Galaxy: OST

Naughty By Nature - Naughty By Nature

RiFF RaFF - Neon Icon


Currently Watching:

WCW Monday Nitro Reruns On The WWE Network

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Guardians Of The Galaxy

Last Night With John Oliver


Currently Reading:

David Shoemaker - The Squared Circle: Life, Death & Professional Wrestling

Evan Wright - Generation Kill

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