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Kane and The Undertaker Double Choke Slam HHH and HBK. Is BoD vx DX a possibility?

The Brothers of Destruction (BoD), Kane and The Undertaker, delivered a Double Choke Slam Triple H (HHH) and Shawn Michaels (Heart Break Kid: HBK) on Monday Night RAW. After the WWE Super Show-Down this Saturday is it possible that the BoD can team up in a match against D-GenerationX (HHH and HBK)? Only time can tell! 

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The Super Show-Down by the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), set to take place on Saturday, October 6, 2018, at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia, is one of the most anticipated pay-per-views in recent times because of the bout between Triple H and The Undertaker. The two of the greatest in-ring performers in the history of the WWE, The Cerebral Assassin, The Game, Triple H will face The Dead Man, The Phenom, The Undertaker. This will be their first in-ring encounter ever since the two battled it out in a Hell in a Cell match at WrestleMania 28 on April 1, 2012, with Shawn Michaels as the Special Guest Referee. This match was also coined as an “End of an Era” match. The memories from that match are still clear. When the referee completed the three count, The Undertaker emerged victorious following a match that took a toll on both competitor’s bodies. What we witnessed then was nothing short of an iconic moment in WWE’s history. Shawn Michaels and The Undertaker helped Triple H walk the ramp. As these three legends turned towards the crowd, it did signal at the End of the Era. However, now that Triple H and The Undertaker are geared up to face each other one more time and perhaps for the last time, the stakes could not be any higher.

However, what transpired on Monday Night Raw, on Monday, October 1, 2018, it was again nothing short of an iconic moment. It was a reminisce from WWE’s Attitude Era days when Shawn Michaels, who was all punped up for Triple H, was interrupted and attached by Kane. The Undertaker also appeared in the ring later on. However, just as when the Brothers of Destruction were about to attack Shawn Michaels, Triple H barged into the ring and exchanged punches with The Undertaker. It was as if the 1990s was back again. Triple H and Shawn Michaels could not avert the assault which led to the Undertaker and Kane to deliver a Double Choke Slam to Triple H and Shawn Michaels respectively. The Undertaker was not done. He closed Monday Night Raw by giving a Tombstone Piledriver to Triple H. However, this short moment when The Brothers of Destruction stood against Triple H and Kane just might breed another storyline in the WWE: The Brothers of Destruction vs. D-Generation X. For one night only! What if, just what if, this match happens in the near future? It will be awesome. However, this match is still a thought but the Super Show-Down is just right the corner. With Michaels in Triple H’s corner and Kane in The Undertaker’s corner, anything can happen when these four pillars of the WWE stare down their opponents. And by anything, I mean anything!

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Interviews

“You will go places when you combine your passion and belief with fierceness!” says Muneeza Khan, Owner, The Vintage Nerd

Muneeza Khan, an artist by passion and heart talks to MOIWrites in this exclusive interview. She is Owner of The Vintage Nerd that lets her express her innate thoughts in the most creative and colorful manner.

1. What inspires you to create art?

Everything that surrounds us, created by the most supreme artist inspires me. The sea inspires my seascapes, the beautiful landscapes around the world inspire my nature studies and the feeling of creating something from a single dot to a design inspires me because of its unknown, magical result. So, I would definitely say my inspiration is a lot of different things all together as one.

2. What type of art have you been creating?

I paint seascapes, landscapes as well as make mandalas and zen art. My product line includes hand-painted magnets and miniature paintings but I also do customized art for clients looking for paintings for their spaces. I’ve also ventured into digital art. I’m a self-taught digital artist as well. I make digital art and then as per the client’s requirement I get it printed for them, on t-shirts, laptop sleeve covers, cushion covers etc. So my arts both manual and digital.

3. What is the story behind the name, “The Vintage Nerd”?

The story behind the name ‘The Vintage Nerd’ is short and sweet. These are basically two words that I associate myself with. I love all things vintage and I’ve always been a complete nerd so put them together and you’ve got a brand by me based on who I am and what I like. It’s very personal to me.

THE VINTAGE NERD is my brainchild and my Art brand that is all about my original, one-of-a-kind art and design work. I’m a mandala artist as well as a seascape and landscape painter with a degree and gold medal in textile print design and visual arts from the Department of Visual Studies, University of Karachi. The Vintage Nerd was born on April 29, 2016, out of the soul inspiration of sharing my art, my happiness with anyone to everyone who I come across. To me, art has always been a constant journey of learning and growing as an individual. My journey as The Vintage Nerd is on-going and filled with colors and the smell of paints designs with innovative beauty and unlimited experimentation to endless new creations!

4. How will you define Muneeza Khan?

I would say that she’s an artist with a vintage gypsy soul and a Mermaid’s heart. She loves to laugh and live life to its fullest potential because she knows that it is temporary and deserves to be experienced to its utmost potential. She’s hella strong because she’s faced some mighty storms and has survived through them and she’s in love with art, so much that it fills her heart with endless happiness.

5. What challenges do women entrepreneurs face in our society?

There are many challenges that come with the domain. Establishing yourself in your field is never really that easy. The biggest challenge is that most people don’t take home-based businesses seriously. Since it’s a home-based business so marketing is a hassle at times. And thirdly since it’s a home-based business, buyers usually haggle on the price as though it’s a sabzi ka thaila (a roadside vegetable vendor) and not a proper business. These are the top three problems that I personally feel occur a lot. But then problems vary from business to business. This is just from an artist’s perspective.

6. Do you think art is being given its due share in Pakistan?

No, it’s not. I think much like every other field if you’ve got contacts you might get ahead in this field but if you don’t, then galleries don’t give you a chance and finding your place is extremely difficult. Since I have a brand based on art I can also add that people want art for free, if it’s free it’s great but mostly no one wants to pay for a painting. So the art scene is pretty down here.

7. Your advice to the youth of Pakistan?

Recognize whatever your passion is and believe in it and be fierce in making it a reality. You will go places when you join your Passion and belief with fierceness! Good luck.