Love is not only a battlefield but it is also a BattleBowl. In the Lethal Lottery that is the online dating scene a very important demographic has always been left with their hands in their trunks standing at the altar waiting for love. Fear not pro wrestling loving lovers of human interaction, because a brand new online dating site is awaiting your hot tag.
With the tag line “Wrestling night just became date night!” (That is actually a really good company tagline) Tagmeadate.com will be the first and only online dating site dedicated to pro wrestling fanatics. Set to launch on Tuesday October 14th or 12 days prior to WWE’s Hell in the Cell pay per view, Tag Me A Date CEO and founder Steven Glenwick recently spoke with the Manhattan Digest about his start-up.
“The basic concept of this site is to connect people that share a similar passion of professional wrestling. I, along with the rest of my employees, have been life-long wrestling fans. This is our main passion and we are quite proud of that! I’ve been fortunate enough to meet the woman that would later be my wife, and learn on the first date that she was a wrestling fan. I want the same thing for all single wrestling fans. How great would it be to find someone that shares that very same passion?”
Was your significant other watching WWF Monday RAW or WCW Monday Nitro during theMonday Wars of 90s? Does the person you spoon at night think The Shield or The Wyatt Family were the best WWE faction of the last five years? Can you really bring your new life partner home to meet the family this Holiday season if you know they rooted for Hulk Hogan over Macho Man Randy Savage at WrestleMania V? CAN YOU?!?!?
“What makes our site different from the rest is that it mostly centers on wrestling-related questions. Our Q&A is much shorter and to the point and removed are many questions we feel are redundant, petty, and downright too personal that many other sites do. Our site will allow people to find matches based on questions such as favorite wrestler, favorite manager, and favorite tag team. We also provide space for users to talk about what drove them to wrestling and to discuss the experiences of any live events they may have been to.”
In an online dating world where Match.com, lame, and the Tinder app, creepy, dominate the landscape, Tag Me A Date has the potential to be a super kick to the love lives of millions….and millions of pro wrestling fans the world over. Pro wrestling dates lead to pro wrestling marriages and of course pro wrestling weddings!
Warning to Tag Me A Date couples of the future never ever open Jake “The Snake” Roberts wedding gift. Sure the box looks nice and Roberts can really tie a pretty bow but just don’t open it.