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The 2020 Wreddit Census RESULTS!

Hey everyone!
We are excited to share the results of the 2020 Wreddit Census. 8,837 users took the time to submit their answers and we have been able to find some interesting statistics. Thank you to those who took the time to submit your response.
If you want to use the data yourself to draw your own findings or analysis, here is a link to the data as promised. There are some tabs on the bottom that look at specific factors that we found interesting.

1. Demographics

Gender
Gender 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
Male 90.9% 91.4% -0.5% 0.54% decrease
Female 6.0% 6.3% -0.3% 4.7% decrease
Non-Binary 2% 1.5% +0.5% 33.3% increase
Prefer not to Say 0.7 0.6% +0.1% 16.6% increase
Ethnicity
Ethnicity 2020 2019 Change +/-
White 78.6% N/A N/A
Hispanic/Latino 9.9% N/A N/A
Asian 7.4% N/A N/A
Black/African-American 4.7% N/A N/A
Middle Eastern/North African 1.3% N/A N/A
American Indian or Alaskan Native 1.2% N/A N/A
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 0.4% N/A N/A
Other 1.9% N/A N/A
Prefer not to say 1% N/A N/A
Age
Average Age 2020 2019 Change +/-
Age 28.9 N/A N/A
The vast majority of users are in their late 20s and 30s.
Residence

Country do you reside in?

Country 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
United States 59.9% 60.9% -1.0% 1.64% decrease
UK 13.8% 13.2% +0.6% 4.5% increase
Canada 7% 6.7% +0.3% 4.47% increase
Australia 3.7% 4.2% -0.5% 11.9% decrease
Note: all other countries under 2%
Living Situation (for users 25 and older)
Household 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
Married and live with my spouse 28% N/A N/A N/A
I live alone 20% N/A N/A N/A
I am not married but I live with a significant other 18% N/A N/A N/A
I live with my parents 16% N/A N/A N/A
I live with Roommates 13% N/A N/A N/A
I live in a multigenerational setting 5% N/A N/A N/A
NOTE: We have a large number of teens and early 20 year olds on this sub. As a result, we felt it was best to eliminate everyone under the age of 25 for this measure as it would skew the data heavily due to the number of kids and college students.
Income Level USD (for non-married and non-living with significant other) (for users 25 and older)
Income 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
Income $49,850/year N/A N/A N/A
NOTE: We have a large number of teens and early 20 year olds on this sub. As a result, we felt it was best to eliminate everyone under the age of 25 for this measure as it would skew the data heavily due to the number of kids and college students.

2. Watching Habits

How long have you watched wrestling?
Years 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
Years 17 years N/A N/A N/A
What Cable TV/Streaming Services that you have?
Service 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
Netflix 72.3% 84.4% -12.1 14.3% decrease
Amazon Prime 56.5% 57.4% -0.9 1.5% decrease
Disney Plus 39.5% N/A N/A N/A
Paid TV service 32.1% 45% -12.9 28.6% decrease
Hulu 34.1% 41% -6.9 16.8% decrease
HBO Max 13.8% N/A N/A N/A
none 10% N/A N/A N/A
Youtube TV 7.1% N/A N/A N/A
Sling TV 3.8% N/A N/A N/A
Hours of wrestling watched each week
Hours per Week 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
Hours 4.06 N/A N/A N/A
Do you regularly watch Monday Night Raw?
Response 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
No, I don't watch Raw regularly, but I do try to keep up with storylines and news 54.3% 49.3% +5 10.1% increase
No. I don't watch or follow Raw 17.5% 8.9% +8.6 96.6% increase
Yes I watch it weekly 16.1% 27.8% -11.7 42.08% decrease
Yes I occasionally watch it 12% 13.9% -1.9 13.6% decrease
How do you watch Raw (This question was ONLY asked of the respondents that said they watched Raw in some capacity)
Response 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
I watch it LIVE through my cable TV provider 33.9% 45.6% -11.7 25.65% decrease
Through an unpaid stream or video website 22.9% 24.6% -1.7 6.9% decrease
I watch it LATER through DVR or OnDemand with my cable TV provider 13.9% N/A N/A N/A
I watch it LIVE through a stand alone paid streaming service (like Sling TV or Youtube TV) 12% N/A N/A N/A
I watch it LATER on DVR or OnDemand through a stand alone paid streaming service (like Sling TV or Youtube TV) 8% N/A N/A N/A
I only watch highlights, clips, or "streamables" 5.1% N/A N/A N/A
I watch it some other way not listed here 3.5% 16.6% -13.1% N/A
I wait a month and watch it on the WWE Network 0.7% 0.3% +0.4 133% increase
Note: More options were added this year, so the comparisons to 2019 may be flawed
Do you regularly watch Smackdown?
Response 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
No, I don't watch Smackdown regularly, but I do try to keep up with storylines and news 53.1% 41.5% +11.6 27.9% increase
No. I don't watch or follow Smackdown 18.6% 8.3% +10.3 124.1% increase
Yes I watch it weekly 14.3% 31% -16.7 53.9% decrease
Yes I occasionally watch it 14% 19.2% -5.2 27.1% decrease
How do you watch Smackdown? (This question was ONLY asked of the respondents that said they watched Smackdown in some capacity)
Response 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
I watch it LIVE through my cable TV provider 35.3% 42.5% -7.2 16.9% decrease
Through an unpaid stream or video website 22.2% 25.8% -5.6 21.7% decrease
I watch it LATER through DVR or OnDemand with my cable TV provider 15.1% N/A N/A N/A
I watch it LIVE through a stand alone paid streaming service (like Sling TV or Youtube TV) 8.8% N/A N/A N/A
I watch it LATER on DVR or OnDemand through a stand alone paid streaming service (like Sling TV or Youtube TV) 7.8% N/A N/A N/A
I only watch highlights, clips, or "streamables" 5.7% N/A N/A N/A
I watch it some other way not listed here 4.3% 18.1 -13.7 75.7% decrease
I wait a month and watch it on the WWE Network 0.8% 0.3% +0.5 166.6% increase
Note: More options were added this year, so the comparisons to 2019 may be flawed
Do you regularly watch WWE Main Roster PPVs?
Response 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
Yes I regularly watch them live 27% 44% -17 38.6% decrease
Yes I sometimes watch them live but sometimes I watch them later 23.7% 24.7% -1 4% decrease
Yes but I watch them later, not live 12.8% 12.1% +0.7 5.8% increase
No I do not watch them regularly but I try to keep up with storylines 25.3% 15% +10.3 68.7% increase
No I do not watch them regularly 11.1% 4.2% 6.9 164.3% increase
How do you watch WWE Main Roster PPVs? (This question was ONLY asked of the respondents that said they watched Main Roster PPVs in some capacity)
Response 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
Through their personal WWE Network streaming service 62.2% 69% -6.8 9.9% decrease
Through an unpaid stream 21.2% 15.5% +5.7% 36.8% increase
Through a friend’s WWE Network streaming service 9.1% 8.6% +0.5% 5.8% increase
I only watch highlights, clips, or "streamables" 2.2% N/A N/A N/A
I watch is some other way not listed here 2% N/A N/A N/A
I watch it through my cable provider 1.7% N/A N/A N/A
I live in a country that doesn't have the WWE Network streaming accounts, but I have one through a VPN or other loophole 0.6% N/A N/A N/A
Do you regularly watch the NXT weekly TV (non-UK)?
Response 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
No. I don't watch NXT regularly, but I do keep up with news and storylines 42.9% 35% +7.9 22.6% increase
No. I don't watch or follow NXT 19% 25.1% -6.1 24.3% decrease
Yes, but I watch it later. Not as it airs 18.7% 17.6% +1.1 6.3% increase
Yes I occasionally watch it as it airs, but sometimes I watch it later 10.5% 13.2% -2.7 20.5 decrease
Yes I regularly watch it every week as it airs 8.8% 9.2% -0.4 4.3% decrease
How do you watch NXT weekly TV (This is ONLY asked of respondents that say they watched NXT Weekly TV in some capacity)
Response 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
I watch it through an unpaid stream or video website 22.3% 11.1% +11.2 101% increase
I wait and watch it when it's available on the WWE network 20.1% 72% -51.9 72.1% decrease
I watch it LIVE through my cable TV provider 19% N/A N/A N/A
I watch it LATER through DVR or OnDemand with my cable TV provider 13.6% N/A N/A N/A
I watch it LATER through a stand alone paid streaming service (like Sling TV or Youtube TV) 9.1% N/A N/A N/A
I watch it LIVE through a stand alone paid streaming service (like Sling TV or Youtube TV) 8% N/A N/A N/A
I only watch highlights, clips, or "streamables" 4.4% N/A N/A N/A
I watch is some other way not listed here 3.6% N/A N/A N/A
Do you regularly watch NXT UK?
Response 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
No. I don't watch or follow NXT UK 73.4% 60.6% +12.8 21.1% increase
No. I don't watch NXT UK regularly, but I do keep up with news and storylines 21.6% 26.6% +5.0 18.8% increase
Yes, but I watch it later. Not as it airs 3.2% 7.1% *-3.9% 55% decrease
Yes I occasionally watch it as it airs, but sometimes I watch it later 1.2% 3.4% -2.2 64.7% decrease
Yes I regularly watch it every week as it airs 0.7% 2.3% -1.6 69.6% decrease
How do you watch NXT UK? (ONLY asked of people that say they watch NXT UK)
Response 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
watch using their WWE Networks streaming service 68.6% 78.8% -10.2 12.9% decrease
use unpaid streaming 11.4% 8.8% +2.6 29.5% increase
Through my cable/TV provider (some countries have NXT UK air on their cable package) 8% 1.1% +6.9 627.3% increase
I only watch highlights, clips, or "streamables" 4.9% N/A N/A N/A
use another friend’s WWE network account 4.2% 6.5% -2.3 35.4% decrease
I watch it some other way not listed here 2.9% 3.6% -0.7 19.4% decrease
Do you regularly watch NXT Takeovers?
Response 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
Yes, I regularly watch them live 28.8% 44.2% -15.4 34.8% decrease
No I don’t watch them regularly but I keep up with storylines 20.2% 9.4% +10.8 114.9% increase
Yes, I occasionally watch them live but sometimes I watch them later 19.1% 20.1% -1.0 5% decrease
Yes, but I watch them later 16.6% 14.8% +1.8 12.2% increase
No I don’t watch them regularly 15.2% 11.5% +3.7 32.2% increase
When you watch NXT Takeovers, how do you watch them? (ONLY asked to people that said they watched NXT Takeover)
Response 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
Through their personal WWE Network streaming service 60% 68.7% -8.7 12.7% decrease
Through an unpaid stream 23% 15.9% +7.1 44.7% increase
Through a friend’s WWE Network streaming service 9.4% 9.1% +0.3 3.3% increase
I watch is some other way not listed here 3.3% 3.3% No Change No Change
I only watch highlights, clips, or "streamables" 2.8% N/A N/A N/A
I watch it through my cable provider 1.1% 1.0% +0.1 10% increase
I live in a country that doesn't have the WWE Network streaming accounts, but I have one through a VPN or other loophole 0.5% 0.6% -0.1 16.7% decrease
Do you regularly watch 205 Live?
Response 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
No. I don't watch or follow 205 Live 81.5% 67.7% +13.8 20.4% increase
No. I don't watch 205 Live regularly, but I do keep up with news and storylines 14.9% 22.7% -7.8 34.4% decrease
Yes, but I watch it later. Not as it airs 2.1% 4.9% -2.8 57.1% decrease
Yes I occasionally watch it as it airs, but sometimes I watch it later 0.9% 3% -2.1 70% decrease
Yes I regularly watch it every week as it airs 0.7% 1.7% -1.0 58.8% decrease
When you watch 205 Live, how do you watch it? (ONLY asked for people that said they watched 205 Live)
Response 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
watch using their WWE Networks streaming service 73.7% 74.7% -1.0 1.3% decrease
use unpaid streaming service 11.3% 10.7% +0.6 5.6% increase
use another friend’s WWE network account 5.3% 5.5% -0.2 3.6% decrease
I only watch highlights, clips, or "streamables" 5% N/A N/A N/A
I watch is some other way not listed here 3.8% 4.9% -1.1 22.4% decrease
Through my cable/TV provider (some countries have NXT UK air on their cable package) 0.9% N/A N/A N/A
Do you regularly watch AEW Dynamite?
Response 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
Yes. I regularly watch it every week as it airs 28% N/A N/A N/A
No. I don't watch them regularly, but I do keep up with storylines and news 27.6% N/A N/A N/A
Yes. I occasionally watch them as they air, but sometimes I watch them later 16.2% N/A N/A N/A
Yes. but I watch them later, not as they are airing. 16.2% N/A N/A N/A
No I don't watch or follow AEW Dynamite 12% N/A N/A N/A
When you watch AEW Dynamite, how do you usually watch it? (ONLY asked for people that said they watched Dynamite)
Response 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
I watch it LIVE through my TV provider 28.1% N/A N/A N/A
I watch it through an unpaid stream *25.6% N/A N/A N/A
I watch it LIVE through a stand alone paid streaming service (Like AEW Plus or Sling TV) 20.4% N/A N/A N/A
I watch it LATER via DVR or OnDemand through my TV provider 10.7% N/A N/A N/A
I watch it LATER via DVR or OnDemand though a paid streaming service (Like AEW Plus or Sling TV) 8.3% N/A N/A N/A
I watch it some other way not listed here 3.6% N/A N/A N/A
I only watch highlights, clip, and "streamables" 3.3 N/A N/A N/A
Do you regularly watch AEW PPVs?
Response 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
Yes, I regularly watch them live 31.6% N/A N/A N/A
No I don’t watch them regularly but I keep up with storylines 24.1% N/A N/A N/A
Yes, but I watch them later 15.7% N/A N/A N/A
No I don’t watch them regularly 14.6% N/A N/A N/A
Yes, I occasionally watch them live but sometimes I watch them later 14% N/A N/A N/A
When you watch AEW PPVs, how do you usually watch it? (ONLY asked for people that said they watched AEW PPVs)
Response 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
I watch through an unpaid stream 43.4% N/A N/A N/A
I pay for the PPVs through BR Live 21.7% N/A N/A N/A
I pay for the PPVs through FITE TV 17.3% N/A N/A N/A
I pay for the PPVs through my cable provider 6.4% N/A N/A N/A
I watch it some other way not listed here 6.4% N/A N/A N/A
I only watch highlights, clips, and "streamables 4.8% N/A N/A N/A
Do you regularly watch New Japan Pro Wrestling?
Response 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
No, I do not watch them regularly 39.1% 39.6% -0.5 1.3% decrease
No, I don’t watch them regularly, but I keep up with storylines and news 27.7% 29.8% -2.1 7% decrease
Yes, but I watch them later, not as they’re airing 15.9% 13.9% +2.0 14.4% increase
Yes, I occasionally watch them live, but I usually watch them later 11.5% 11.8% -0.3 2.5% decrease
Yes, I regularly watch NJPW shows live. 5.8% 4.9% +0.9 18.4% increase
When you watch NJPW, how do you usually watch it (ONLY asked to the people that said they watched NJPW)
Response 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
Through their personally NJPWWorld subscription. 55.4% 48.1% +7.3 15.2% increase
Through an unpaid stream 27.1% 27.1% No Change No Change
I only watch highlights, clips, or "Streamables" 5.8% N/A N/A N/A
I use a friend's NJPW World Streaming Service subscription 5.7% N/A N/A N/A
I watch it some other way not listed here. 3.2% 7.8% -4.6 59% decrease
I watch LIVE shows through my cable provider IN JAPAN 0.3 N/A N/A N/A
Do you regularly watch Ring of Honor weekly TV?
Response 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
No. I don't watch or follow Ring of Honor 84.6% 74.2% +10.4 14% increase
No. I don't watch Ring of Honor TV regularly, but I do keep up with storylines and news. 12.1% 20.5% -8.4 41% decrease
I occasionally watch it 2.7% 4.1% -1.4 34.1% decrease
I regularly watch it. 0.6% 1.2% -0.6 50% decrease
How do you watch Ring of Honor? (ONLY asked to the people that said they regularly watch it)
Response 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
Through my TV provider 42.1% 33.7% +8.4 24.9% increase
Through Fite.tv 16.8% 22.6% -5.8 25.7% decrease
On the ROH website 13% 15.7% -2.7 17.2% decrease
through an illegal stream 10.3% 12.4% -2.1 16.9% decrease
Some other way not listed 6.5% 12.9% -6.4 50% decrease
Through my cable TV provider's legitimate stream 5.8% 2.7% +3.1 114.8% increase
I only watch highlights, clips, or "streamables" 5.5% N/A N/A N/A
Do you regularly watch Impact Wrestling?
Response 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
No I do not regularly follow it 71.7% 68.6% +3.1 4.5% increase
No I do not regualrly follow it, but I keep up with news and storylines. 20.4% 22.2% -1.8 8.1% decrease
Yes I occasionally watch it 5.7% 6.8% -1.1 16.2% decrease
Yes I watch it weekly. 2.3% 2.3% no change no change
How do you watch Impact Wrestling?
Response 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
I watch it on Twitch 37% 49.9% -12.9 25.9% decrease
Through cable provider 29.2% 20.4% +8.8 43.1% increase
through an illegal stream 14.1% 14.2% -0.1 0.7% decrease
some other way listed 7.8% 13.4% -5.6 41.8% decrease
I only watch highlights, clips or "Streamables" 6% N/A N/A N/A
Through my cable provider's legitimate stream 5.8% 2% +3.8 190% increase
Top TEN Most Watched Wrestling Promotions/Shows
Rank Promotion/Show 2019 Rank Rank Change +/- % of users watching 2020 % of users watching 2019
#1 AEW Dynamite N/A N/A 64% N/A
#2 NXT #3 +1 46.1% 56%
#3 WWE Monday Night Raw #2 -1 40.3% 61.8%
#4 WWE Smackdown Live #1 -3 38.4% 66.4%
#5 New Japan Pro Wrestling #4 -1 30.4% 32.3%
#6 AEW Dark N/A N/A 28.7% N/A
#7 NWA Powerrrr N/A N/A 8.9% N/A
#8 Impact #8 no change 7.5% 8.6
#9 STARDOM #12 +3 5.6% 4.4%
#10 Game Changer Wrestling #29 +19 4.8% 0.6%
Note: 10.8% selected NONE

3. Online Habits

Is Wreddit your most frequent source of news related to wrestling?
  • 85.6% YES
  • 14.4% No
Where do you go for wrestling news? (asked of people that DON’T have Wreddit as their #1 source)
  • 32.8% - A news site that focuses exclusively on wrestling news
  • 23.5% - Twitter
  • 17.2% - A paid subscriber newsletter
  • 8.3% - Another user-based wrestling forum
  • 3.8% - A more general sports-based news site
  • 2.2% - Facebook
  • 2% - Chat Applications like Discord or Skype
  • 1.9% - /woo/ or other imageboard
  • 1.6% - Instagram
If you didn’t use Wreddit for your news, where do you think you would go? (asked of people that DO have Wreddit as their #1 news source)
  • 32% - Twitter
  • 25.3% - a news site that focuses exclusively on wrestling
  • 14.5% - I wouldn't go out of my way to look up wrestling news
  • 7.1% - a paid subscriber newsletter
  • 7% - Another user-based wrestling forum
  • 3.6% - A more general sports-based news site
  • 3.4% - Instagram
  • 2.8% - Facebook
  • 2.6% /woo/ or other imageboard
  • 1.8% Chat applications like Discord or Skype
Are you a Subscriber to Dave Meltzer’s Wrestling Observer Newsletter?
Responses 2020 2019 Change +/-
No, I’m not interested in subscribing 65.4% 65.4% No Change
No, but I might subscribe in the future 17.9% 20.1% +2.2
No, but I have subscribed before 7.4% 6.6% +0.8
Yes I’m a regular subscriber 4.9% 5.2% -0.3
No, I don't know what that is 3.8% 1.9 +1.9
Yes, but I’m a fairly new subscriber 0.5% 0.8% -0.3
News sites visited regularly
  • 56% - NONE
  • 17.1% - F4WOnline
  • 16.6% PWInsider
  • 9.6% Fightful
  • 9.1% 411Mania
  • 7.9% WrestlingInc
  • 7% WrestleZone
  • 6.8% Ringside News
  • 6.6% ProWrestling Sheet
  • 6% PWTorch
  • 5% ProWrestling.Net
  • 3.1% SEScoops

4. Subscription Services

Which Streaming subscription services do you pay for?
Streaming Service 2020 2019 Change +/- Percent Change
WWE Network 46.3% 64% -17.7 27.7% decrease
NONE 38.4% 26.3% +12.1 46% increase
NJPWWorld 19.9% 19.4% +0.5 2.6% increase
AEW Plus 5.9% N/A N/A N/A
Fite Network 2.6% 2.1% +0.5 23.8% increase
IWTV 2.4% 0.1% +2.3 2300% increase
StardomWorld 2% 2.2% -0.2 9% increase
Everything else is less than 2%.
Which WWE Network programming do you watch regularly? (only asked of respondents with a WWE Network subscription)
Programming 2020
Live or recent PPVs 87%
Old PPVs 65%
24 documentary series 56%
NXT 54%
Undertaker: The Last Ride 40%
Old WCW PPVs 37%
Old ECW PPVs 34%
Table for 3 32%
WWE 365 32%
Steve Austin's Broken Skull Sessions 30%
RAW/SD episodes (classic or recent) 29%
Ridealong 21%
WWE Ruthless Aggression 21%
Chronicle 21%
WCW Nitro 21%
Monday Night War 20%
Edge & Christian Show 19%
Breaking Ground13% WWE Untold|12% WWE: The Day Of|12% NXT UK|10% The Best of WWE|9% World's Collide|8% UUDD Plays|7% WWE Story Time|7% WWE Photoshoot|7%
In the last year, have you paid for a non-AEW PPV, iPPV, or other non-subscription based show?
Responses 2020 2019 Change +/-
NO 86.9% N/A N/A
YES 13.1% N/A N/A
Do you plan to purchase ANY PPV or iPPV non-subscription based show within the next year?
Responses 2020 2019 Change +/-
NO 58.3% 57.2% +1.1
YES 41.7% 42.8% -1.1
You said you have no plans to purchase an upcoming non-subscription based PPV. Do you have plans to take advantage of an unpaid stream of one? (This was ONLY asked to the people that said they have no interest in purchasing a PPV in the next year)
Responses 2020 2019 Change +/-
NO 50.8% 55.1% -4.3
YES 49.2% 44.9% +4.3
Do you listen to Podcasts?
Responses 2020 2019 Change +/-
YES 64.9% 67% -2.1
NO 35.1% 33% +2.1
Top 10 Podcasts
  • 1- Talk is Jericho - 42%
  • 2- AEW Unrestricted - 25.2%
  • 3 - Cultaholic - 20.3%
  • 4 - The Steve Austin Show - 19%
  • 5 - The New Day: Feel the Power - 16.4%
  • 6 - Edge and CHristian's Pod of Awesomeness - 16.2%
  • 7 - Wrestling with Wregret - 16.2%
  • 8 - Wrestling Observer Radio - 16.2%
  • 9 - Jim Cornette Experience - 15.2%
  • 10 - Byan and Vinny - 14.3%
Note: 12.5% of respondents pay for extra content on Patreon for at least one podcast

5. Spending Habits

How much do you spend on Merch in a year?
  • Average annual spend on merch: $51.84
Have you attended a wrestling show in the last 12 months?
  • 35.2% Yes
  • 64.8% No
Note: average number of shows attended per year is 3 (for those who have attended at least 1)

6. Bonus Round

Who is your favorite wrestler?
Ranking Wrestler Votes
1 Kenny Omega 695
2 Orange Cassidy 558
3 Adam Page 488
4 Keith Lee 357
5 AJ Styles 351
6 Jon Moxley 345
7 Chris Jericho 338
8 Asuka 291
9 Daniel Bryan 284
10 Bray Wyatt 208
11 Adam Cole 205
12 Kazuchika Okada 193
13 Drew McIntyre 163
14 Kevin Owens 157
15 Seth Rollins 153
16 Aleister Black 139
17 Hiromu Takahashi 138
18 Tetsuya Naito 127
19 Sasha Banks 121
20 Io Shirai 92
Full list of /SquaredCircle's favorite wrestlers here
When you watch wrestling, who do you watch it with? Select all that apply.
Response 2020
I regularly watch wrestling alone 68%
I regularly watch wrestling alone, but discuss it live with others on a chat application or forum 32%
I regularly watch wrestling with a friend or group of friends in-person 21%
I regularly watch wrestling with a sibling (or siblings) 7%
I regularly watch wrestling with a parent(s) or guardian(s) 5%
I regularly watch wrestling with my child (or children) 4%
I regularly watch wrestling with other family members 10%
I watch wrestling with my dog (or cat) 17%
How have your viewing habits changed due to/during the Coronavirus pandemic? Select all that apply.
Response 2020
I have been watching new promotions 10%
I have been watching more of the promotions I already watch 21%
I have been learning about new wrestlers or wrestling characters that I enjoy 17%
I have been watching wrestling in the same way as before 40%
I have been watching less wrestling during the Coronavirus pandemic 33%
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Mega Unpopular Opinion: Take-home projects can be great!

Ah, I have been debating whether or not I wanted to write this for a while now, but after seeing a few recent threads with 10-50 comments unanimously hating on take-home projects, I figured I would share my opinion.
Some of you may not read until the end, so let me preface this by saying not all take-home projects are great. I am on your side in that you should not complete a take-home project if any of the following are true:
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With that being said, I will now move on to why I think take-home projects can be great.
For starters, it weeds out sooooo much of the competition. If you look at some job postings on LinkedIn, they can have 200+ applicants in 24 hours, and that is not even accounting for people who find the job via other means (i.e. other job boards, company website, etc). Thats a lot of applicants. Now, I know better than to assume that this subreddit is representative of the whole software industry, but clearly a take-home project potentially gets candidates TO WEED THEMSELVES OUT. So 200 candidates may have applied, but now you're competing with a significantly smaller percentage of people who actually wanted to take the time and do the take-home project. Your odds are much better now.
Now, I know exactly what you're thinking. You don't want to spend the 8-12 hours it would take to complete this take-home project, and you'd rather spend your time casting your net farther and shotgunning your resume out to more companies, but WHY NOT BOTH? You're the one looking for a job, and you are really not in the position to weed yourself out of potential employment. Some of you people have been on the hunt for a job for months and still won't stoop down to the level of giving a company that much time without being guaranteed another interview / a job. New-flash, doing a project increases your chance of getting a job, just like shotgunning your resume AND you get to practice / show off your programming skills (who knows, maybe mess around a make a project you can put on your GitHub as a sample of your work for other employers to see). On top of this, if you are someone with a lot of free-time - I'm looking at you new grads - and don't have a family/responsibilities that you need to take care of, then you really can't complain about time. Let's face it, instead of doing this project, you're watching Silicon Valley on HBO for the third time "to relax" after a "long day" of filling out the same Workday application forms. Come on, searching for a full time job should be a 40hwk job in and of itself.
My next point is that these take home projects sometimes substitute final/on-site interviews. Yea, those 5 hours interviews where you meet every hiring manager and their mother and get grilled round after round because you can't find the optimal solution for sorting a reverse binary search tree that is upside down, flipped, and cooked well done while someone is staring at you, asking questions, and forbidding you from using any resources you would have at your disposable in (almost) any given real world scenario. Yea, those are the real stress-inducing woes of the software interview process, and I would think people would want to avoid those at all costs. Anecdotally, the company that I started working for 3 months ago gave me the choice of a 4 1/2 zoom interview consisting of 4 one hour technical interviews with different hiring managers, or a take-home project that would take 6-10 hours with a 1 1/2 hour follow up discussing my project. The decision was so obvious - stress study an entire week before the interview (hint, this alone probably would take up more time than the take-home project, but on the other hand does prepare you for future interviews) and then endure the torture that is 4+ hours on a zoom call / in an office coding on a whiteboard, or spend about 1-2 hours a day for a week, with access to all resources, leisurely coding up a project, that if done correctly, increases your chance of getting a job astronomically. Not to mention, this option is becoming much more popular with COVID and WFH and the lack of being able to get candidates into the office.

All in all, I really wish more companies offered take-home projects as at least an option for their interview process. In my opinion, they are more informative for both parties, as it represents the work you will be doing if you were to get the job, and it is indicative of the level of effort and knowledge you possess in context of the position they are seeking to fill. I really wish everyone on here would stop spreading their hatred for take-home projects, especially to new grads who have never even done them. And for the love of god stop saying to bill the company for making you do a take-home project, that is just the silliest thing I have ever heard, and I DOUBT any company ever would reply to that kind of an invoice. If you really have that much adversity to them, just don't bother.

TL;DR: I believe some take-home projects are worth doing ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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My Recovery Buddy, Courtney Love | The Fix

My 10 year-old son is not in the least impressed that I am friends with Courtney Love. As a sober guy I am very conscious of generational boundaries, especially with rehabs full of kids stating "my mom is my best friend" so I'm not entirely opposed to Paolo not noticing my cred. "Someday, grunge will have a revival and you'll tell your friends in your dorm, 'my dad is friends with Courtney Love' and they will all call 'bullshit', then you'll see how cool I really am." This is all meaningless to him; maybe I'm lucky and he won't be fascinated by drugs and self-destruction and he can quietly dismiss Courtney Love as one of the many people he encounters as the result of his dad having an unusual job. What of the rest of us? What does Courtney Love and her torrid rock and roll life inform us about the worlds of addiction and recovery? Maybe more than we realize or care to consider: it's easier to banish her to the land of "no example." Is it all that easy? Courtney admits to being an addict, she married one and had a child with him and became a widow after Kurt lost his battle with the bipoladepression/anxiety/addiction knot of fishing line that couldn't be disentangled. Her story is steeped in knowing addicts, being an addict, and loving them and yet we dismiss her as a punchline. One of the things I hope I am less of as a sober man is judgmental (this has varying degrees of success) but like Pope Francis "who am I to judge?"
I know Courtney Love In a way that is wholly separate from her public self. Make no mistake, her antics in the media are part of her complex self and not untrue, but there is more. I know her to be thoughtful, intelligent, incredibly creative and talented, teetering on being consumed by the fray but still she survives. Courtney often holds salon in her living room and she delivers remarkable insight and honesty about the human condition and addiction. "Addiction is part of us, I don't know why we pretend it's not" she has said. In my experience, that is true. We posture with prevention campaigns that proclaim we can somehow minimize the human experience and have a "drug free America" but the truth is, we never will. It was through Courtney that I learned and internalized that recovery is a spectrum, it's not a light switch decision, it's a batting average and nobody will ever bat 1000. If the only metric for recovery is a clean drug test—a binary statement of "yes/no"—then we marginalize too many people who may never get to total abstinence. Maybe that isn't even the best option for them but it's what makes those around them most comfortable. The assumption that everyone impaired by substance use must be totally abstinent is based in Victorian ethic, certainly not compassion and certainly not science.
Through my years as an interventionist and therapist, I have known many powerful people, people with wealth or celebrity who could help shift the perception of addiction with public advocacy. Few do. It could be argued that it isn't their responsibility to carry that burden but it is curious that people who survive addiction are reticent to advocate for others still in the mire. It's much more commonplace for other diseases. We all know someone who has survived cancer and is now involved with a walk or bike ride to raise money for research. Not so with addiction. Courtney lives in honesty, warts and all, and shows us not only that recovery works but that it's frail and wrought with pitfalls and setbacks. A celebrity with cancer is heralded as "courageous" while telling their story and then the media is flooded with compassion if their disease is no longer in remission. With addiction, we laugh at people when they are down, none more so then the First Lady of grunge rock cum punch line, Ms. Courtney Love. The truth is, Courtney might be the best recovery advocate I know; she lets the world watch her struggle which gives misfits permission to keep trying or accept their plateau. I have seen her hug lonely disenfranchised youth who romanticize poet laureate of the rehab kids, Kurt Cobain, and tell them drugs are a bad road to head down and encourage them to ask for help. One of the unyielding values of recovery is service. I have personally witnessed the quiet service of Courtney Love. She has supported people, sending them to treatment and giving them a chance at recovery. Through the years, she has placed two of her band members in my recovery residence, Loft 107, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
These days she seems to be in Los Angeles more than NYC and our interactions are minimal. I'm in frequent contact with one of her band members who is a great young guy, sober, happy, living in London and about to go on tour with Courtney this summer. His leg up was fueled by her belief in him and her willingness to help. If ever there were a recovery value operationalized into action, it's helping a young person on their feet and giving them support and with it, a chance. As a board member of the first recovery program in a NYC public school, I have asked her for help and her response has always been "whatever I can do."
On May 4, HBO will premiere Montage of Heck, a documentary about Kurt Cobain. Most of what is written about Kurt doesn't treat Courtney kindly. The allegations have ranged from "enabler" to "murderer." The Courtney I know would have done the best she could with what she had at the time. What I love about my drug/recovery buddy is her willingness to let people see her imperfect life and her imperfect recovery, reflective of the vast majority of us. We all love that triumphant narrative where the addict slays the beast of addiction, never to use again, and goes on to tell cautionary tales in church basements while sipping lousy coffee. Who among us can make the claim of perfection? What kind of infantile fantasy are we living with our expectations of people in recovery? If I have learned anything about addiction, it's that recovery is successful to the degree that we can be honest about it. My buddy brings honesty, and with it, discomfort, but maybe that is what we need.
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Dear Microsoft, "XboxTV", and idea.

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This just in.......
Well, it appears Microsoft is about to put this idea in motion, or so the rumor goes. I just read a Neowin article (I'm too tired at the moment to see if I can embed links, you'll find it) on Wednesday (5-25) night which references a report from Brad Sams about an Xbox Mini. I see there's all kinds of chatter here now. Allegedly this will come out at E3. Apparently this was also mentioned on Neowin in January of this year. So, this amazing idea I thought I had, was already had......you know that feeling, sigh, it feels like wasted time. Oh well, anyways, I tried to post this Sunday night but didn't realize I had to be a subscriber for 24hrs before I could post something. I suppose I'm not the first, but I have been kicking this around since April of this year. Since I put time in it, might as well share it, here's what I had in mind. It will be interesting how close it comes to Microsofts concept, if they release it.
The XboxTV
In light of Sony potentially releasing an updated PlayStation 4, I had a different thought on how Microsoft should respond. Instead of building a bigger, better console, I think Microsoft should build a smaller one. While smaller, it will instill the spirit of the Xbox One while focusing on more broad areas of entertainment. It's called, XboxTV! I know I know, Apple has the monopoly over innovation and flashy catch phrases. But, when it comes to Apple, I just think they’re more or less the Toyota Camry of computing. Decent, good quality hardware, just uninspiring, contrary to what their $100 billion dollar marketing department will program to you. But, I digress. I think using TV is important as it emphasizes the general purposeness of the device which I'll further describe below. This is not a gaming console system, but it does play games. I think TV pushes the notion of a more "general entertainment device". I'll leave it to Microsoft marketing to come up with something better. That means don't f*** it up with the typically terrible names you guys come up with. Hire spin doctors (not the band).
NOTE on gaming: The way I envision this system is a level of detail of equal to if not better than PlayStation 2 or maybe Dreamcast, albeit running at 1080P, or as close to it as possible. Keep in mind, I thought of this system for the VERY casual gamer. I personally don’t like overly complex games. I like side scrollers, fast paced 2D and 3D fighting games (ala Soulcalibur). Nothing overly complex visually. As TyleJack/The Narrator would say “single-serving gaming”. I think this design could most definitely handle this.
Pricing:
I think the key to this unit being a success is to keep the price at $149.99 or less. This may be overly aggressive, but I figured any higher and you’re approaching game console territory, which is not who this is aimed at.
Specifications:
Here are the basic system specs. Below I get into more details and how it would function.
Design Details
** The Chassis:**
In the spirit of other "TV" devices, I would suggest this unit be fairly small. I would specify a diamond like shape. The front two angle planes would be 2.5”, while the rear planes would be 3.25” while being approximately 2" high. The unit would have the following ports: - 3 HDMI in, 1 HDMI out - 4 USB 3.0 (superspeed) ports. 2 front, 2 rear - 1 USB Type-C (if really necessary) - 1 Ethernet port (1000Mb) - Media card slot (MicroSD, or multi-card capable) - Kinect interface - Should have reasonable weight so it's not dislodged by cables. - It's essential to have a small power brick, integrated would be ideal. With the number of electronics in use today, this is out of control. Apple is good at this design consideration, they’re a good example to follow.
Operating System:
Components:
CPU - Staying with the Xbox One lineage, I think it would be most cost affective to stay with AMD. - A10-6700T: This is a mobile SKU, low power, low heat. - The major benefit of this option is this is a 4.5W part and thus can be passively cooled. - I couldn’t find exact tray pricing for this APU. From the information I was able to find, the Xbox One APU cost Microsoft approximately $50 per unit. That’s an 8 core solution. I think with Microsofts potential volume, it’s conceivable this could be had for <=$20 per unit. - 1080P graphics and gaming capable DirectX 12 GPU. - While researching this piece, I came across some benchmarks of FIT-PCs small form-factor fanless PC solutions. They use this exact APU. What was interesting to note, using a well designed fan-less heat-sink, the TDP can be pushed higher while still maintaining a fan-less solution. It looks like it’s very doable to go from 4.5W TDP to 9-12W TDP with a pretty respectable price/performance gain.
ARM
You may be wondering why I didn’t suggest an ARM solution. While, I did put some thought into it. Looking around, from the data on BOM for phones that I could find, I think your typical Qualcomm Snapdragon solutions for example, would run about the same price (or more) for similar or less performance capability. It also appears more frequently than not, Snapdragon solutions come with parts we don’t need for this (cellular). I’m not sure if it’s cost effective to build them without. I’m sure someone reading this, who’s more in the know than I, may have a better CPU solution that’s ARM based. In the end, it probably doesn’t matter as the MS stack will compile to either one with relative ease. It really boils down to the best part at this particular price point.
Core Functionality:
Cortana IS the TV. I think the skies the limit when it comes to digital intelligence as it relates to a media consumption device such as this.
There’s simple things the system could do to make your day easier like:
What are your thoughts? I’d love to hear if anyone else would be interested in this? Maybe it gets enough buzz Microsoft will notice it. Microsoft, if you borrow any of these ideas, go ahead and send me an atta boy. That would be swell. Thanks!
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Gender, race, and Game of Thrones episode one

Last night my wife and I watched the first episode of the first season of the HBO series Game of Thrones. It’s richly produced and very well acted. The dialogue is solid and efficient; the pacing is evocative without being moody. I’m sure we’ll enjoy it with the same lurid fascination that accompanies MadMen, The Sopranos, and all the other (post)modern soap operas.
As a lifelong lover of the fantasy genre, however, I want to focus on a particular complaint that came constantly to mind during the show. (I’m well aware, by the by, that some of these concerns may be addressed in future shows. I’ll be happy to revisit these words if necessary as we go. I also recognize that I am responding to a TV show, and these criticisms may or may not be valid with regard to the novels.)
I <3 Fantasy
Ever since I was a kid, I’ve loved the writing of fantasy authors like JRR Tolkien, Roger Zelazny, Ursula LeGuin, David Eddings, and Terry Pratchett. Given the fantastical elements in GoT, I especially expect to enjoy that part of the show.
But even in the first episode, I’ve been disappointed.
My concerns step from the same problem, and this is it: Despite the ability to dream entire worlds of people, monsters, magic, and problems, most fantasy writers are unable (or unwilling) to imagine any alternative to the feudalist male-dominant Eurocentric vision of existence. So few have the power or the courage of an Ursula LeGuin or a Marge Piercy, to employ the fantastic imagination to transcend the stale tropes of the genre.
In GoT, we have (once again) a group of wealthy (mostly) white men scheming and fighting for power. The women, meanwhile, are useful as sexual playthings and pawns, but we see no evidence of any real power. (Not yet, anyway. I know some may be coming.) Imagine not just a facile switching of male-female power roles, but some third possibility? Wouldn’t that be a much more significant indicator of fantastic entertainment (in both senses of the phrase) than spooky creatures and the occasional special effect?
And don’t get me started on the Dothraki. Really, the savage, animalistic, violent people have darker skin and live in the desert? Are you kidding me? Let me guess — eventually we’re supposed to see that the pale white-haired Targaryens are the real monsters, despite their ability to keep their hands clean, and the Dothraki are really noble savages (but not too noble). Ridiculous!
Is this supposed to mirror our world and force us to reconsider our own perspectives and prejudices, when we realize how close we are to one group or another and have our flaws reflected back at us? You’ll forgive me if I roll my eyes Liz-Lemon-style for a moment. If that’s so powerful, then how come so much fantasy from women and communities of color is devoted to exploring multiple ways of being, rather than simple mirrors or inversions?
This obviously isn’t specific to fantasy writing, but I get especially frustrated when I read or watch a fantasy story that might as well be a soap opera. I feel the same way about pulp science fiction, like most of the SF crap Hollywood produces. When you’ve got that extra layer of tools, how dare you ignore it and use only that tiny plastic container of wizard spells and rayguns?
Video Game Tangent Begins
I find the Fallout video games to be a great example of what I'd like to see. I’m sure friendly ghouls existed before the first Fallout game, but being able to talk to Gob in Fallout 3 takes the concept to a new level. He's a person, like all the humans around him. We see him as a person, more humanized (ironically) than most video game humans. The number of ghoul characters (who are almost always more than just monsters or saints) shows the developers’ desire to explore the many possibilities of the human-ghoul dynamic than just hate and reality as we know it.
Open-world video games as a whole (especially from Bethesda and BioWare, two of my favorite developers) have done a good job recently with examining the impact of gender, especially with regard to the player character (the person you control when you play the game). The writers must develop many lines of dialogue (which adds lots of extra work) to make the situations fit whichever gender the player chooses. (So far gender is still a binary choice in video games, but I’m sure we’re nearing the point where we’ll have another option. Props again to Fallout for having lots of non-gendered robots, another blind spot for many SF writers. Fallout also has some gender-bending NPCs like Tabitha in New Vegas.)
But even more than mere situational context, the best video game writers (especially, here, BioWare) explore different avenues of story dependent on the gender (and other identity elements) of the player character. Not just sexual stuff (although that exists in BioWare’s games, as it does in most stories), but how society reacts to males vs. females, expectations, tradition vs. progress, and many other elements.
Video Game Tangent Has Ended
This is not just a matter of writing characters who resist rigid gender roles; we obviously have one or two of them in Game of Thrones. I’m talking about starting from a point different from our own. Imagining a world so different — because it’s far off in the future, or it takes place in some other world/universe — that the very nature of gender dynamics is different. (And the same goes for racial dynamics, class dynamics, etc etc.)
Fantasy at its best liberates us from repetitive mental patterns about how we live. It gives us the freedom — and the responsibility — to escape from simplistic binaries or mere repetition. We are invited to explore a boundless new universe of possibilities. Why won’t more fantasy writers take us there?
What do you think? Any other fantasy lovers out there? Holler if you hear me.
TL;DR: Like most fantasy writing, Game of Thrones isn't very imaginative when it comes to social structures or gender roles.
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