It was a great little celebration for Hulk Hogan at WWE Monday Night Raw in Portland. All of his old pals including Roddy Piper, Ric Flair, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash and more were on hand to help wish Hogan a happy 61st birthday. Things were going well until that nasty ol’ Brock Lesnar stormed in. … Read more
There are many memorable moments in the WWF/WWE. Some of them for the wrong reasons, Mae Young giving birth to a hand, and some are unforgettable for all of the right ones, Shawn Michaels comes flying to the ring in style on a zipline. But – it’s the entrances that make us stand up at … Read more
In wrestling there are mic workers who excel and then there’s Fandango. Of all of the wrestling promos cut over the years these are five of the worst. By the end of this video list you will see what I mean and you will be be able to speak about what’s good and what’s terrible. 1. … Read more
By: Joey Krebs GLENDALE, Calif. — The Four Horsewomen Clinic was a big hit this weekend at the Glendale Fighting Club where UFC women’s Bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey, along with Marina Shafir, Shayna Baszler and Jessamyn Duke, hosted a power punch clinic which benefitted the non-profit Didi Hirsch Foundation. Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services is … Read more
UFC President Dana White talks with members of the press following Wednesday night’s UFC Fight Night: Rockhold vs. Philippou event in Duluth, Ga. White touched on such topics as the UFC returning to Florida, Duane “Bang” Ludwig as “coach of the year”, Ric Flair’s attendance, Chris Weidman’s potential return date to fight Vitor Belfort and more!
WWE and WCW Wrestling legend Ric Flair flew into Appleton, Wisconsin last weekend to give a pep talk to the San Francisco 49ers as they prepared to play the Green Bay Packers in an NFL playoff game. Flair hds sent messages of support to his hometown Carolina Panthers in recent weeks. The Panthers wanted to get Flair in Charlotte for a pep talk before their playoff game but Flair was apparently tied up. Below is a video of the media attention Ric received and footage of “The Nature Boy” in action.
When I was a kid there was no UFC or MMA you could turn on the TV and watch. The next best thing was professional wrestling and Ric Flair was one of the icons back in those days. Here he is, The Nature Boy being interviewed by our good buddy Frank Trigg.