Wow! That Actually Worked?!? Bad Gimmicks And Names That Succeeded


Brian Damage

Pro wrestling is filled with bad gimmicks and ring names. We’ve covered several on this blog alone. What we’ve yet to explore are the bad ones or seemingly bad ones and still succeeded. Why did they succeed? Simple, the wrestlers under the gimmicks embraced the name or character and made it their own. Whether it was purely by talent or hard work or both. Continue reading

Sunday Sermon: Fixing the WWE

Craig Wilson, Brian Damage & Jamie Lithgow

After looking back at 2014 and ahead to 2015 in last week’s Sunday Sermon, the logical next step is a sharing of ideas on how to do things differently. After all, you can’t just make criticisms without making constructive suggestions.

So, in this Sunday Sermon, Craig, Brian and Jamie outline how they would like to see things done differently in the WWE if they had the chance to make changes.

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This Week in Wrestling 2014 week 52

Jamie Lithgow, Craig Wilson and Brian Damage

In the final installment of ‘This Week in Wrestling’ in 2014, Jamie shares what wrestling taught him this week, Craig talks about the chances of New Day while Brian sees the stars of Georgia Championship Wrestling serenade fans with ‘Deck the Halls’ and John Morrison rap about HHH.

All that and more in this edition of ‘This Week in Wrestling‘.
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Along Came A Spider: The Original Screwjob


Brian Damage

When you hear the word “screw job” associated with the WWE, we immediately think back to the Survivor Series in 1997. It was at that event where WWE chairman Vince McMahon concocted and executed a plan to take back the WWF title from its then champion Bret Hart against the challenger….Shawn Michaels.

With the help of referee Earl Hebner, Shawn Michaels defeated Bret Hart for the title and sent Bret packing to WCW. That happened 17 years ago this November. Another screw job occurred close to 30 years ago (in November as well)….this one took place in New York City’s Madison Square Garden. It too was for a WWF title…the female version. It also sent the former champion packing out of the company. Before we get to that fateful November night….a little background on the participants… Continue reading

Fact Body Drop: Even More Useless Wrestling Info You’ll Never Need

usa-today-1-3_4Brian Damage

Welcome to another round of useless facts, info and trivia. While none of the information provided will get you hired anywhere or land you a significant other…it’s info to have in your back pocket just in case somebody threatens your life and demands you tell them how many times since 2002 have Randy Orton and John Cena wrestled each other? The answer is an astonishing 251 times by the way…now on to some other nuggets….

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