KDKA - Pittsburgh and its sister station (the CW), aired an edited (and limited commercial) version of a Bruno Sammartino documentary that remains years in the making. This was a two hour broadcast, which is a labor of love on various levels, mostly surrounding Bruno and his mother (Emilia) but also highlights his five decades of marriage to his wife Carol.
The 2015 WWE Hall of Fame will go down was one of the most emotional ceremonies in recent memory. Tributes to the late Randy Savage and Connor “The Crusher” left plenty of tears while Kevin Nash and Madusa provided the laughs and entertainment.
WWE announced the latest inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame during last night’s Raw when it was revealed that Rikishi would be going in. It is likely that he will be inducted by his sons, Jimmy and Jey Uso.
Regarding other possible Hall of Fame inductees for the class of 2015, it is expected that the company will eventually reveal the late Ray “The Crippler” Stevens as one...
This Pro Wrestling Radio classic features a classic shoot interview with the late former WWWF tag team champion and WWE Hall of Fame wrestler, Killer Kowalski. Kowalski came on the show for an extensive interview talking about his legendary career and famous pro wrestling rivals.
Booking the WWE world championship is never easy and even the best laid plans can hit some pitfalls. I thought it would be fun to take a look back at 10 guys who while planned to win the WWE world title, failed to secure the gold around their waists.
Yes, I am writing something other than Nitro reviews! Of course, it’s in my comfort zone (WCW) and we’re talking about my favorite series of Pay-Per-Views of all time: Halloween Havoc.
On this past Monday’s WWE Raw, a commercial aired showing that Sting will be appearing on the WWE 2K15 video game. The question for the longest time that was amped up more following Raw, will “The Stinger” ever appear on live WWE television?
In his weekly video with Michael Cole, Triple H was asked whether the former WCW star will ever step foot in a WWE ring. The WWE CEO said...
John Cena is to WWE what Tiger Woods is to the PGA. Both are the heirs apparent to the kings of their respective sporting fields.
Anyone familiar with the history of The Ultimate Warrior was eagerly anticipating what kind of whacky, crazy speech Jim Hellwig would give at the WWE Hall of Fame. Yet it was a forgotten wrestling hero whose speech is making headlines.
Stone Cold Steve Austin is a big fan of John Cena and recently had him on his podcast. Austin called Cena’s run one of the greatest in WWE history. Quite the bold statement from the Texas Rattlesnake yet when you look at it objectively, he may be right.
Returning from my sofa and Olevia flat-screen on a snowed in afternoon, it's time to sit back and take in the sequel to the original WWE WrestleMania, oddly enough called WrestleMania 2. Tagline for the event: "What the World Has Come To."
It's time to have a look at the original WWE WrestleMania, as we gear up for numero twenty six. So journey back in time with me as we go to an era where muscleheads were becoming all the rage, and Vince McMahon panhandled to celebrities to enhance his product.
CCB bloggers take a deeper look at the recent Top 10 WWE Comebacks in History blog. We break down the top ten, recap the list, and debate a few of the names on and off of the list in this podcast.
Nobody loves a great comeback more than the WWE Universe. Some of the greatest superstars have left the WWE for over a year and returned for a successful career rebirth. Here is a look back at the 10 greatest comebacks in WWE history.
Half of the business of professional wrestling is the wrestling itself – the other half is the drama that exists outside the ring. Internet “dirt sheets” report the news, including any rumors and speculations that exists, and wrestling fans everywhere clamor for any bit of new information they can find. 2013 was full of surprises – including an openly gay wrestler in...
Nothing gets better for me than the drama of a great heel turn. The WWE has featured some of the best over the last several decades. Thanks to memory and a little bit of YouTube I was able to go back and pontificate on what I found to be the 10 best heel turns in WWE history.
This is the first DVD I’ve ever reviewed from MVD Entertainment Group, so I already knew I wouldn’t be looking at a top-of-the-line WWE production this time around, and that’s fine.