25 years ago I was a boy screaming for Hulk Hogan to punch Paul Orndorff in the face at the Spectrum. Mr. Wonderful played me and 20,000 others like puppets. I just hoped the WWE Hall of Fame wrestler didn't remember those death wishes when we sat down for an extended interview with Paul Orndorff.
There is a really great website that is helping celebrities raise money for their favorite charities. The best part about it, is you can be a big part of the process and have a special moment with your favorite celebrity that you can treasure for a lifetime.
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During the early 90’s one man was feared by most. A WCW Champion, the man who was partly responsible for Cactus Jack to lose part of his ear. In Japan he really shone, winning the IWGP Heavyweight title. In 1996, Big Van Vader signed a contract with WWF, receiving a huge push from the start, including a then controversial attack on then WWF President Gorilla Monsoon, designed...
This past Saturday Night Sept 13th, There was a big event for The Ashlynn MCclure Memorial 2. A night that should have been celebrated by a gathering of individuals to make a difference by raising money for St. Jude. Ashlynn MCclure was a little girl that passed away too early. She was born May 22, 2010 and sadly passed away on February 3, 2013 at the very young age of 2. Ashlynn’s...
It should be noted that Big Van Vader is still in the intro and this arena is pretty small for a Nitro arena. In-fact, only 2,031 fans paid to see this show and it had 1,169 freebries. Fall Brawl happened last night, so here are some quick results for those who didn’t watch it on the Network:
Ever since I’ve been following wrestling the two names that I’ve often heard mentioned as the black and white of wrestling are Hogan’s and Flair’s. I get Hogan. But I don’t get Flair.
The wrestling world has been a buzz over the last week when one of the most legendary wrestlers in history, the icon Sting, made his long awaited debut in the WWE.
This past Monday it was revealed with a pretty cool commercial that Sting will be a special playable character for those who preorder the WWE 2K15 video game. No game play or story modes have been announced, but...
The WWE Network recently added the entire library of WCW Clash of the Champions. I just happened to stumble across the live stream when Clash XIX was broadcast. This odd lineup on paper looked like a train wreck yet in the ring this show turned out to be an absolute classic.
These men are two of the stiffest, toughest and most intimidating monsters in wrestling history, if both were around at the same time in their prime they could have delivered one of the most hard hitting and realistic battles ever in wrestling quite possibly.
In our last article, we talked about the Hogan and Vader feud and while this was happening, did you wonder what happened to The Three Faces of Fear?
Some of these Sting matches you may already know but I presume that some of the matches you’ve probably never seen before. So sit back, get some face paint on and revel at the fact that there’s no Hogan here to cut those knees off.
Yesterday, I praised the WWE for its decision to honor William Moody with his induction into the WWE Hall of Fame. Now, on the flip side, it’s time to ask a time honored question when it comes to the selection process and the decision of “Who is in” and “Who is out.”
With the launch of the WWE Network, curious viewers (the ones whose video isn't besieged with more stoppages than SEPTA) have an entire archive of WCW history at their fingertips. The ones not a privy to the best that the company had to offer may be wondering where to begin.
One of the most fun parts of the WWE Royal Rumble is the surprises. WWE fans are generally treated to a legend or returning superstar. Let’s make some predictions and take a look at some possible surprises in this year’s match.