One of the most famous families in the history of wrestling is the Von Erichs. It’s a story filled with tragedy, however, with all but one of the sons taken too early. Today we look at another Von Erich tale, specifically one involving Kerry and his foot. Continue reading
We’re heading back in time to 1997 again and this week saw the 69th Academy Awards. ‘The English Patient’ scooped the big awards, but with regards to films people have actually seen; Cuba Gooding Jr. won Best Supporting Actor for his role in ‘Jerry Maguire’ and the Coen brothers film, ‘Fargo’, also did well. Anyway, it’s time to catch up on some wrasslin’ in this week’s ‘Meanwhile, in WCW’…
Craig Wilson, John Carbery, Jamie Lithgow
This past week marked the twentieth anniversary of the 13th instalment of WrestleMania. In today’s Sunday Sermon we cast our eyes back to that event and judge how important, in the grand scheme of things, that show was to the future of the WWE. Continue reading
Craig Wilson and Brian Damage
In part twelve of This Week in Wrestling in 2017, Craig looks at Sami Zayn and American Alpha possibly missing from WrestleMania 33 and Brian shares all the best viral content he’s stumbled upon this week.
Welcome to part four of our History of the WWF Intercontinental Title. In part three, we looked at the title’s history from the start of 1983 through to late 1984. Today, we pick up with Tito Santana as champion but with a new challenge, in the shape of Greg Valentine, right around the corner. Continue reading
Brian Damage, John Carbery and Russ Morgan
Today we continue our WrestleMania themed Top Fives, following on from looking at some of the best matches in the history of the event in the last several weeks, by looking at the superstars whose star has shone the brightest on the grandest stage of them all. Continue reading
Last week we debuted a new series looking at the history of Clash of Champions, starting with the inaugural event from March 1988. Today we follow that up by looking at Clash of Champions II: Miami Mayhem which took place on June 8, 1988, at the James L. Knight Center in Miami, Florida. There were 2400 people in attendance and the show drew a 4.8 rating on TBS.