Arab Summer pt. 2 – Blog 5

After a very grueling three hour drive to Alexandria, we finally arrived at our hotel, which was a very posh style resort.  The Golf Marina was a five star resort that seemed to be a vacation spot for Egyptian families on holiday.  It was near impossible to spot any foreigners other than our group.  The [&hellip

Arab Summer pt.1 – Blog 4

It’s hard to believe that it’s been a little over a year since the 2011 revolution in Egypt.  The Egyptian people wanted a change and through a campaign of non-violent demonstrations, marches and acts of civil disobedience, sprinkled in with a little help from social networking, demanded that President Hosni Mubarak step down from his [&hellip

Bully – Blog 3

Independent wrestling shows are always an adventure.  You never know what you’re going to get or how things are going go.  On this night in September of 2007, my girlfriend (now my wife) and I arrived at the Rec Center in Rahway, NJ for my event.  We left with one extra passenger, the cutest little [&hellip

“Stitches or ahhhhh, ummm, I’m sorry, ahhhh, ummmm” Blog 2

“Look, don’t worry, I’m ok, but my lip is kinda dangling off my face.” I figured I’d dive right into it and start off our nightly conversation with a short summary of my day.  It’s September 16, 2010 and as I sit in the lobby of an apartment style hotel in Tokyo, I’m on the [&hellip

“This is small potatoes!!” Blog 1

It’s the summer of 2002 and I’m two years out of high school and maybe a year and a half into pro wrestling.  A world I soon learned was nothing like I had ever known or could ever imagine.  Up until that time, the life inside of pro wrestling that I knew was centralized in [&hellip


Many of you may be familiar with me through professional wrestling and some of you may have little idea of who I am.  A brief introduction: my name is Sonjay Dutt and I’m a pro wrestler. I will be blogging about a lot of different topics, ranging from my chosen profession of pro wrestling to [&hellip