Introducing: Whizzered Arena

Say hello to a new home for meeting other fans (and then arguing over literally everything)

If there’s one thing we can all agree on, it’s that the internet was basically created so that we might spend hours arguing with other people we’ve never met. The internet is also for showing people how bad ass we are with our words.

But mostly, the internet was created to link MMA and pro wrestling fans up with others who share their passion and to allow them to carry on rich, conversational debates filled with sharp insights and thoughtful analysis and hahahaha I can’t even type this with a straight face, because of course the internet was actually created for completely uncivil arguments about inane cagefighting and pro wrestling topics.

Much of that discussion takes place on Twitter these days, but the main problem with Twitter is that it’s tough to have a detailed conversation. Also Twitter sucks and is filled with assholes.

With that in mind, we’ve created a new home for the Whizzered community to discuss, debate, post hilarious memes, be assholes and critique our work.

It’s called The Whizzered Arena, and it’s open for business right now.

All you need to do is click the link and then request to join the group. We’ve given every member of the group the ability to approve new membership requests, so approvals won’t take long once members start trickling in.

You can start topics, post news you found somewhere else, give us feedback on a recently published story or anything else you want. It’s your community. We’re just the pretty face.

We’re also allowing the community to police itself and to establish what kind of rules and decorum are needed. Our only rule is this: if you post pornography, you’re banned for life. You only get one shot at screwing this up.

Before you join, go ahead and like our Facebook page, too.

We’ll be using it to deliver exclusive bite-size pieces of content you won’t find on the site. We’ll make it worth the 3 seconds it takes you to like the page. Promise.

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