The Big Stomp – April 2020

Fan fiction, the power of celebrity and the recent PR nightmares for WWE are the topics in April's Big Stomp

Big Stomp April 2020

Broadcast live on Twitch on the last Thursday of every month, The Big Stomp is the geek & pop culture discussion show covering the latest news stories and topics of discussion. Hosted by Andrew Watton-Davies aka The Raggedyman, three panellists take part in each show with a story they feel is worth stomping about. 

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What happens in this episode? 

This episode was recorded live on 30th April 2020.

The April 2020 edition of The Big Stomp sees Lizzie Barnes, Jenna Pateman and Harriett Greene join Andrew Watton-Davies for discussing the latest rumblings from the world of geek & pop culture.

Topics in this episode include

Jenna starts this episodes conversation focusing on the power of fan fiction in geek culture as Archive of Our Own recently raised $450,000 to help keep their website running.

Lizzie’s topic for the episode is a discussion on the power of celebrity working in the lockdown environment of Covid-19. Some are trying to help and be supportive as they can to their audiences during this trying time. Others have some serious ego problems.

Finally Harriett, as a wrestling fan, discusses the recent activity on WWE during the lockdown. The collapse of the XFL, mass firings, classing their business as essentially. It hasn’t been the most positive of months for the wrestling giant.

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Station and Website Manager of Bunkazilla UK. Interests: Movies, Anime, WWE, Video Games

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