It has been 30 years since we packed arenas around the country to watch Hulk Hogan and Mr. T battle Roddy Piper and Paul Orndorff in the inaugural WrestleMania, breaking the record for the most watched closed circuit event in the U.S. at the time.
This WWE documentary takes a look back at the 1990s. The time has come to start recognizing the legacy of the 1990s. The 90s have become the forgotten decade in wrestling. From The Rock-Ric Flair, Steve Austin-Bret Hart, the newest WWE home video remembers them all.
The WWE and Madison Square Garden paid tribute on Friday night to the legendary Hulk Hogan. Kevin Nash, Ric Flair, Scott Hall, Jimmy Hart, and Triple H rolled out the red carpet for Hulk and while WWE cameras were not in attendance, plenty of smartphones were.
This Best of WCW Clash of the Champions DVD set claims to be the “Best of” and it’s hard to argue with the claim. While some of your favorites may not have made the cut, it’s overall a very good collection of 24 matches spanning the show’s history.
Randy Savage may be gone, but his legacy will live forever thanks to the World Wrestling Entertainment. The WWE 3-disc DVD tribute to the former WWE and WCW wrestling world champion, the WWE: Macho Madness - The Randy Savage Ultimate Collection certainly does the job.
WWE Hall of Fame wrestler Bret Hart is not one to mince words. While the Hit Man may have forgiven some of his former enemies for past indiscretions, he remains willing to talk about those issues, continuing to deliver sound bites bloggers like me love to write about.
Happy 27th anniversary to the biggest U.S. pro wrestling television broadcast of all-time. 27 years ago today, 33 million people tuned in to watch the evil Hebner twins collude with Ted DiBiase and Andre the Giant to screw Hulk Hogan out of the WWE championship.
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.
It is official! WrestleMania 32 is coming to AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas. The WWE made the official announcement on Tuesday with some heavy hitters in attendance to answer questions. Check out the video and the press conference below.
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.
Hulk Hogan may have had numerous back surgeries and in his early sixties but that doesn’t mean he Is finished wrestling. The pro wrestling legend has big aspirations including another run with the WWE strap.
The WWE is in full holiday mode and RAW was no exception on Monday night. WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan kicked off the festivities making a memorable Ho-Ho-Hogan appearance.
Over 25 years later all you have to do is mention Hulk Hogan vs. Paul Orndorff to the fans that lived it and you will get smiles and memories. Orndorff vs. Hogan even decades later remains one of the most memorable rivalries of arguably the biggest period in pro wrestling.
Save for Randy Savage's embarrassing run in TNA, the DVD covers Savage’s life, from his dad Angelo Poffo setting a Guiness World Record for most sit-ups (6,033 in four hours, in case you were wondering), all the way up until WCW closed and his death about a decade later.
Vince McMahon and Stone Cold Steve Austin got back together for a unique venture on the WWE Network. Austin interviewed McMahon on a live podcast and in classic fashion, combined for a fun and entertaining production.
I have to admit that I never thought it was going to happen. Hulk Hogan has been talking for a year about coming back for one match at WWE WrestleMania. It seemed like a longshot but a new report indicates he may be closer than any of us think.
Halloween is the time of year where many of us get dressed up in our scariest costumes in an attempt to invoke fear and terror among the masses. Well back in the 1980s, Halloween was 365 days a year in pro wrestling and here are ten scary pictures from that era to prove it.
Andre the Giant has turned into a mythical character in pro wrestling folklore and urban legend since his passing. Many stories have floated around the Internet and bars on the Giant and I thought it would be fun to take a look back at 10 of Andre stories you may or may not have heard before.
Every once in awhile a great pro wrestling rivalry spills from the world of make-believe into the world of real life. Considering the fact that Randy Savage and Hulk Hogan are two of the smartest businessmen in pro wrestling, it is surprising as to how much heat the two have outside of the ring. Personal issues aside, Hogan vs. Savage is one of the greatest rivalries of all-time.
We could talk all day about how much garbage is aired weekly on WWE’s flagship program each Monday night. It’s just too easy. My suggestion has always been to DVR the show instead of sitting through the full 3 hours and 15 minutes or so of programming. It’s a lot less painful, and on some nights you can finish is less than an hour. Instead of concentrating on the garbage...
The WWE are taking another shot at telling the story of the late Macho Man Randy Savage. The WWE will be releasing a brand new video documentary in November on the former champion. A new synopsis reveals some of the details of this highly anticipated set.
First off, I have to give props to WCW as the Nitro set is pretty cool for its time. Nice amount of pyro and lighting, really a step-up from what they had been presenting on Saturday Night. The all-metallic motif would set the standard for pro wrestling sets for years to come.
The last few months have seen the return of some of the Legends of WWE. It has caused me to pause for a moment or two to think about the Legends of Wrestling and to ask this general question…
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.
John Cena is in his own stratosphere.
He’s been the WWE’s biggest, most marketable star for nearly a decade now, headlining pay-per-view after pay-per-view, selling truckloads of merchandise and being one of its most recognizable faces. But with that constant exposure comes staleness. Cena still has the younger portion of the crowd firmly in the back pocket of his jorts, but...