How Are ‘GLOW’ Season Two Reviews?, Matt Hardy Debuts ‘Woken Word of the Week’ (Video), WWE Stars On Canada Day

WWE star Sami Zayn and Hall of Famer Edge, along with Bruce Prichard’s show account, Tweeted the following on Canada Day:

Happy #CanadaDay. I feel very lucky to have been born and raised there.

— Sami Zayn (@SamiZayn) July 1, 2018

Happy #CanadaDay to our neighbors to the north!

— Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard (@PrichardShow) July 1, 2018

Happy Canada Day! Hearing my girls sing Oh Canada warms my heart. Have a good one wherever you are fellow Canuckleheads 🇨🇦

— Adam (Edge) Copeland (@EdgeRatedR) July 1, 2018

Matt Hardy Debuts ‘Woken Word of the Week’

Matt Hardy has released a new video feature on Twitter, that he might start doing regularly, called “Woken Word of the Week”:

GIMME AN OL’ RE-TWEET if you want *The #WOKEN Word of the Week* to be a LONG-TERM feature on @WWE Social Media.

— #WOKEN Matt Hardy (@MATTHARDYBRAND) July 1, 2018

Click Here: saracens rugby jerseyHow Are Reviews For GLOW Season Two?

As noted, season two of Netlix’s hit show “GLOW” was released this week, and reviews for the season have been overwhelmingly positive. Below are review excerpts from a few sites.

The second season of GLOW, Netflix’s winning comedy about professional women wrestlers in the ’80s (based very, very, very loosely on the real Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling), is terrific, a big step up over season one in humor and in character growth and plotting. By the time all of its plots collided together in the double-stuffed finale, I was grinning from ear to ear.

I’m recommending the show, to be clear. If you have a spare afternoon this weekend, watch it. For God’s sake, watch it.

Netflix’s Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling are back for another triumphant team-up, trying to capitalize on their cult following as a local San Fernando Valley ’80s TV oddity and transform into something thriving and meaningful.

And while this bodacious band of misfits, hailing from all walks of life, attempts to turn a shoddy and lovable wrestling/variety act into a successful venture, the series itself continues its wonderful winning streak as a totally addictive, utterly consumable, dramedy.

GLOW is one of Netflix’s best offerings.

‘GLOW’ Season 2 Is Bigger, Bolder, and One of the Year’s Best Shows.

Netflix’s wrestling dramedy pumps up the storytelling and takes a leap from the top rope in an extraordinary new set of episodes.