Mattel’s WWE design team made a big showing at this weekend’s Las Vegas Super Toy Con. The maker of the most important wrestling toy line revealed several long awaited classic superstars figures, including the first Mattel action figures of Sting, Stephanie McMahon, Stardust, Barry Windham and Tito Santana. And it’s clear that Hulk Hogan is going to be a big part of the line...
WWE has a new poll up asking fans for their choice on who is/was the most royal member of the WWE superstar roster. The poll will influence a future episode of “WWE Countdown” that is aired every week. Below are the contestants for the honor of “most royal”:
– “The King of Harts” Owen Hart
– King Booker (Booker T)
– “Macho King” Randy Savage
– Don Muraco...
- Former WCW star La Parka (LA Park) had emergency stomach surgery this past weekend. The surgery went well and he’s been resting comfortably.
- Mick Foley, Jimmy Snuka, Roddy Piper and Tito Santana will play themselves on a new wrestling sitcom called Wrestling with Joeylicious. The thirty-minute comedy is built around a guy who clings to his dream of being a pro wrestler by working...
- Enzo Amore, Big Cass and NXT Diva Carmella have a new vignette on Facebook at this link to hype the Hair vs. Hair match against Sylvester Lefort at NXT Takeover 2.
- Broken Skull Challenge winner Tommy Hacksaw is the latest guest on Steve Austin’s podcast.
- Former WWE Diva Maryse has been announced for the Alamo City Comic Con in San Antonio, Texas on September 26th, 27th and...
The WWE Intercontinental championship is just days away from turning 35 (and I will have an extensive blog on that next week) and WWE.com is looking back at the greats that held the title. WWE.com has ranked the top 25 champs of all-time and while they got many right, they got many wrong.
I am not a big fan of “what ifs” but a recent podcast discussion got me thinking. What would have happened in 1984 if Hulk Hogan wasn’t available to the WWF? Who could Vince McMahon Jr. pick to beat the Iron Sheik and lead his quest to take over the world of pro wrestling?
The WWE is pushing for new subscribers to the WWE Network. This morning, we received this release from the WWE pushing another free week of the network and no credit card is required.
WWE sent us the following:
Beginning today, WWE Network is offering fans a Free Preview through Monday, July 14 at midnight PT. No payment information will be collected in order to participate in...
Behind the Ropes Kickstarter campaign has officially launched today! This campaign was launched to help fund an upcoming pro wrestling documentary about the sense of fraternity and brotherhood in the world of professional wrestling. It’s not about the matches, not about the grudges, not about the glitz and glamour, but about the true-life story of the families and the friendships...
- WWE’s website has a article naming the 25 best Intercontinental Champions of all-time. The top 10 looks like this:
10. Tito Santana
9. Randy Orton
8. Pedro Morales
7. Bret Hart
6. Razor Ramon
5. The Honky Tonk Man
4. Mr. Perfect
3. The Ultimate Warrior
2. Chris Jericho
1. Randy Savage
- WWE’s shop website has released several new Ultimate Warrior t-shirts this month.
For decades, there has been a link between college football and professional wrestling. You can go back to Bronko Nagurski, a two way star at the University of Minnesota, who played college football in the late 1920s and while playing professionally did double duty as a professional wrestler.
Can you imagine that happening today?
When talking about professional wrestlers and college...
WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross has updated his Q&A section of JrsBarBq.com. Here are some of the questions he answered.
Can you describe the atmosphere in MSG January 2002 when The Game returned after injury? It was one of the most significant ‘pops’ that I ever personally witnessed anywhere by any talent.
What point do you think The Undertaker ‘made it’ and was regarded...
This Pro Wrestling Radio classic features the legendary wrestler and WWE Hall of Famer, Tito Sanatana. Broadcast on July 12, 2008. This is a rare interview with one of pro wrestling's biggest stars from the 1980s.
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