We reported that King Kong Bundy died today at the age of 61 and it sent us down memory lane eating ‘member berries. We decided we would share a rare match that WWE finally shared with its fans from ‘The Colossal Jostle’. That title was actually considered at one time over ‘Wrestlemania’ as the flagship PPV name…ugh. The match in question is between two legends who are no longer with us. Andre the Giant vs King Kong Bundy at MSG. RIP big men.
I’ve seen these lineal title lines before but this one warranted a write up. I do not take credit for this and I will include the video at the end so the originator can get the credit they deserve. WWF Brawl for All was a poorly thought out tough man style event designed to get … Read more
According to Dave Meltzer, WWE Hall of Fame ring announcer Jim Ross will return to WWE TV at WrestleMania 33 to call the match between Brock Lesnar and WWE Universal Champion Goldberg. Ross’s wife died tragically recently, but the deal was signed around five weeks before she passed. It will see him call the match on … Read more
On September 4th, 1995 Turner Broadcasting System’s Ted Turner and World Championship Wrestling Executive Producer, Eric Bischoff World Championship Wrestling fired the first shot in what would become the most celebrated era professional wrestling history: The Monday Night Wars. WCW Monday Nitro would come into your household every Monday night on TNT and feature the … Read more
Fifty-year-old former WWE and WCW talent Nicole Bass was arrested Tuesday evening for allegedly stealing over at $1,000 worth of groceries and beauty supply products from a Queens Stop & Shop supermarket according to the New York Post. Bass was able to cut a deal with prosecutors and will face no jail time as long … Read more
Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka shares his thoughts on mixed martial arts, what he thinks about pro wrestlers coming into MMA and if he would have been an MMA fighter back in the day.
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.