We are going back in time today and taking a look at WWF 1980s wrestling from the Philadelphia Spectrum. Hulk Hogan headlines a stacked show featuring Randy Savage, Paul Orndorff, Harley Race, and yes Miss America.
Bob Geigel, the former president of the National Wrestling Alliance and pro wrestler, died Thursday at the age of 90.
The Wrestling Observer reported that Geigel broke a hip “a few months back” and had also been battling Alzheimer’s disease.
Aside from Harley Race, no person likely meant more for pro wrestling in Kansas City than Geigel, who ran the Central States office out...
We reported earlier this morning that wrestling legend Ox Baker passed away at the age of 80.
WWE has issued a statement on their website to address the passing of Ox Baker:
“WWE is saddened to learn that Ox Baker, a feared villain of the ring for more than three decades, passed away Monday morning at age 80. A 6-foot-5 behemoth from Waterloo, Iowa, Baker originally competed...
hank you for your column on “What Is the Big Deal about Ric Flair Anywooo? There are a few things you left out in the education of understanding one of the greatest performers to ever walk into a squared circle.
Shawn Michaels is one of the greatest wrestlers of all-time so when he talks about his career and reflects back at a golden era for fans that watched him come up through the ranks.
The best thing Seth Rollins did on Monday night was the one thing he does better than most of the WWE roster – he cut an awesome promo.
On today’s podcast we talk to WWE Hall of Famer and eight-time NWA World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race.
Race discusses what it was like to appear in his only appearance at Wrestlemania, compares that moment to wrestling at his first Starrcade, what it is like to be in the WWE Hall of Fame, why he would be surprised if Daniel Bryan walks out of Wrestlemania 30 with the WWE World...