‘Wrestling Media’ School Mainstream Media

Let’s go back for a moment to the Nick “Eugene” Dinsmore character on WWE television — a mentally handicapped person who is systematically mocked and humiliated.

James Caldwell of Pro Wrestling Torch has a wonderfully original take on this that involves a rare commodity: actual reporting. (Much of the background of Caldwell’s article came from a column by another solid Torch writer, columnist Bruce Mitchell.)

See “The real story on Eugene (Nick Dinsmore) is not questionable TV content, but Dinsmore himself,” http://pwtorch.com/artman2/publish/font_color_770000_CALDWELL_S_TAKE_font_12/article_38977.shtml.

Irv Muchnick


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