So this past weekend i went to watch Fighting with my Family, which is The Rock and Stephen Merchants‘ film based around the life of WWE Superstar Paige (Saraya Knight) and the Knight family based out of Norwich, England.

The main actors that are in the film are Florence Pugh, Nick Frost, Lena Heady who play the main roles of Paige, Ricky and Sweet Saraya which brought light and a true British grit to the movie, as there are plenty of times American people play British roles and that makes the film feel realistic and truly english, especially with the biggest American film star within the last 10 years The Rock rounding things out nicely.

With being a WWE Fan and knowing about the Knight family for the past 10/15 years and the amazing power that they have in the UK Wrestling scene its quite extraordinary, plus knowing of Britani Knight and her work on the UK Wrestling scene before her amazing jump to WWE made me feel super proud that there has been a film made about her come up and i feel personally her WWE career has still some amazing turns to make even though she is retired.

As said with being a WWE Fan i spotted a few plot holes that i didn’t understand and there was an inside joke that Vince Vaughn who played the role of the NXT trainer was called ‘Sex Tape’ which was clearly an inside dig that Paige has had some personal videos leak in the past that caused her emotional distress, so i don’t know why that was in the film.

Overall if we are giving it a 9/10 and I hope that Saraya (Paige) was truly happy with the turn out of the film, as that is the only thing that matters.


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We are thrilled to announce that multi-million selling global pop icon P!NK will be honoured with the prestigious Outstanding Contribution to Music Award at this year’s ceremony. P!NK will be the first international artist to receive this award.

Seven studio albums and one greatest hits album on since her debut in 2000, totalling over 60 million global sales, over 8 million in the UK alone along with over 12 million UK single sales, P!NK is a musical force to be reckoned with. With seven Top Five albums – with two going No. 1 (Funhouse and the most recent platinum-certified Beautiful Trauma), three UK No. 1 singles (‘Just Like A Pill’, ‘So What’, ‘Lady Marmalade’) and 32 Top 40 singles, 19 of which going Top 10, including ‘Try’, ‘Just Give Me A Reason’ and ‘What About Us’, P!NK has become one of the UK’s best-selling female artists and one of the world’s greatest singers, with her inimitable powerhouse vocals and show-stopping stage performances.
Over 2 million tickets sold in the UK alone to date, nine BRIT nominations, and one win for International Female Solo Artist in 2003, and a string of other prestigious awards and accolades including three GRAMMY awards (20 nominations) and two Billboard Music Awards, P!NK’s career sees no sign of letting up with her first UK stadium tour in five years booked for this summer, including two nights at London’s Wembley Stadium.
P!NK said: “I am so honored to be recognized with the Outstanding Contribution To Music Award at the 2019 BRITs! Since the beginning of my career the British fans have been some of the most fierce and loyal in the world. I am humbled to receive this honor and be in the company of an illustrious group of British icons!”

BRITs Chairman and Chairman & CEO of Sony Music UK and Ireland Jason Iley said: “P!NK is a trailblazer, a phenomenally talented singer and songwriter, and truly one of the greatest artists of our time.  It is a real pleasure to honour her at this year’s BRIT Awards with the Outstanding Contribution To Music Award. With her remarkable career spanning nearly 20 years, P!NK is one of the most successful artists in the world, consistently releasing multi-million-selling albums and selling out tours all over the globe. I am really excited to welcome her back to The BRITs and to recognise her prodigious success.”
P!NK joins an illustrious list of previous BRIT Awards Outstanding Contribution to Music recipients including Sir Elton John, David Bowie, Queen, Spice Girls, U2, Sir Paul McCartney, Oasis, Robbie Williams and Blur. The award was rested in 2013 to make way for a Special Recognition for War Child to mark the charity’s 20th anniversary. P!NK will be the first international artist to receive the honour, a decision taken by The BRITs committee to open the award up to overseas acts who have achieved long term success in the UK, and P!NK will be awarded in recognition of her significant impact on British music and her incredible musical repertoire over the past two decades.

Like all winners on the night, P!NK will be presented with an exclusive trophy designed for this year only by Sir David Adjaye OBE, and she will close the show with an exclusive performance on the night, showcasing her extraordinary talent which continues to wow audiences all over the world.


Having first hit the music industry in pop group Hey Monday, before being thrust into the spotlight as a contestant on – and eventual winner of – The Voice USA in 2012, Cassadee Pope’s career has continued to skyrocket ever since.

Her latest – and hotly anticipated collection – titled Stages, addresses relationships, the shock of heartbreak and the utter joy that comes from the discovery of new love, all with a pop-country feel. Opening numbers, and 2018 releases, “Take You Home” and “One More Red Light”, get the album off to a strong start, the R&B rhythm of “Take You Home” in particular working brilliantly alongside Pope’s impressive vocals while “One More Red Light” is fairly easily the most country sounding inclusion on the album.

There’s a slight rock undertone to “How I Feel Right Now” before the album shifts into heartbreak mode with the first of a few break up songs, “Bring Me Down Town” which sees the central character of the song finally realising how futile it is to look back on and think about a former relationship – what’s gone is gone; move on.

If there’s any highlight on the album, it comes via latest single “If My Heart Had A Heart” – a brilliant little number which showcases every inch of Pope’s undeniable talent, while lyrically, it just screams to be played in arenas around the world with thousands upon thousands singing along to lyrics like “It would cut me some slack, have my back, it would give me a break.” With a great beat and thanks to it being damn catchy, this is a radio (and hopefully chart) hit if ever there was one.

Written almost like an open letter to the new companion of an ex, “FYI” will resonate with anyone who has loved and lost and seen someone who used to be theirs happy (or maybe not) with someone else. Lyrics like “Sorry, I’m not sorry, it’s not my problem anymore” have an air of girl-power confidence about them while the song as a whole is upbeat enough to have listeners tapping their toes or dancing along wherever they might be when they hear it.

The musical interlude “Gavi” is a touching, piano solo tribute to Jasaon Gaviati, who died in 2015. Personally this piece resonated with me quite strongly, and lingered with me long after it had finished. It’s great to see an artist pay tribute to one of their own in this manner and Pope should be very proud of it.

The heart-break sentimentality of the album continues with “Don’t Ask Me” before the mood shifts into a slightly more upbeat mode thanks to “Still Got It”, while closing number “I’ve Been Good” – yes, that old expression we all use perhaps more than we should when we’re hiding how we really feel – will find a home with anyone who has put on a brave, confident face in front of an ex before.

Stages as a whole is a brilliant collection of songs that showcase Pope’s growth both as an individual and more importantly as an artist. A talent to be reckoned with, on the back of this album, her already strong fan-base and her impact and place in the music world, can – and should – only grow stronger.

Header photo credit: Jeff Nelson.