Craig Wilson, Jamie Lithgow & Brian Damage
Partially inspired by Brian’s excellent piece on jobbers on Monday, today’s Sunday Sermon sees the team discuss enhancement guys in more focus and if there is a place for them in modern wrestling. Would they have a place or is it right that they are consigned to history.
Craig Wilson & Brian Damage
It’s that time again as we look back at This Week in Wrestling. In this edition Craig and Brian discuss whether Daniel Bryan has wrestled his final match, Craig looks at Titus O’Neil’s suspension and Brian shares the best wrestling-related pictures and videos he’s stumbled upon this week…
In week 6 of ‘The Way We Was‘ Jamie is still living in the past, because he just can’t bring himself to watch Raw for three hours. At a combined running time of just two hours, let’s hear about the latest happenings from WCW Monday Nitro and WWF Monday Night Raw, from 20 years ago… Continue reading
Russ Morgan, Brian Damage & Craig Wilson
In this latest Top Five we list 2nd and 3rd generation superstars that didn’t hit the same heights as the more famous people bearing the same surname as them before. Next week we’ll turn it around by listing guys that eclipsed the achievements of their family.
Throughout the history of pro wrestling bookers and promoters have always tried to come up with new, creative and innovative ideas to generate interest in their product. Some ideas have not only succeeded but flourished. Others were DOA from the get go. Those are the focus of the series of posts titled ‘Great Ideas That Didn’t Last’ which today looks at the short-lived Bobby Heenan show. Continue reading
Brian Damage, Jamie Lithgow, Craig Wilson & Russ Morgan
The WWE roster is filled with “superstars” at every level. There are the main roster guys who regularly appear on Raw and SmackDown, those who are used as glorified jobbers and those who are barely used at all. In this series of pieces, we will take an individual wrestler barely used and decide if they are worth keeping or should they be let go. Today we decide if we Book or Cook Zeb Colter.
The role of a jobber in wrestling history is arguably vastly underrated. Local talent turn up at a show and earn a small amount of money to make their opponent that night look like a superstar. It’s certainly a lost art-form. Today Brian takes a look at some of the better known jobbers to earn money by staring up at the ceiling. Continue reading