In 1999 an on-screen EMT called Barbara Bush began appearing on WWE TV in various segments. Today we ask Whatever Happened to Kathy Dingman, the lady who played her and also had roles in WCW and TNA. Continue reading
Craig Wilson, Jamie Lithgow & Brian Damage
Last Sunday at SummerSlam the two main events – Seth Rollins vs John Cena and Brock Lesnar vs the Undertaker – both featured screwy finishes. While there is arguably a plan for the occasional use of such a finish, the previous month’s event also featured a non finish finale. While this Sermon won’t necessarily be a call for only clean finishes, it will look at the over reliance on non clean finishes.
Jamie Lithgow, Craig Wilson & Brian Damage
In ‘This Week in Wrestling’ Jamie shares what Raw taught him this week, Craig talks about the Dudley Boyz while Brian shares with us the best wrestling related images he’s come across this week. All that and much much more in the latest edition of This Week in Wrestling…
Fresh from Scott Hall and Kevin Nash leaving the WWE for WCW and gaining massive success as The Outsiders and the nWo, the WWE tried to counter this by having two new superstars perform as Razor Ramon and Deisel, the gimmicks Hall and Nash left behind. The man that played the second Diesel would gain success later as Kane but whatever happened to Rick Bognar, the man that portrayed Razor Ramon? Continue reading
The WWE’s development system has helped spawn a number of successful wrestlers. However, sometimes there are gimmicks performed in the development systems that just won’t translate to WWE TV and today Brian looks at some of the more interesting ones. Continue reading
This is the 47th installment of the ‘Wrestling with Sin‘ series. A group of stories that delves into the darker…seedier…side of professional wrestling. Many of these stories involve sex, backstage politics, assaults and sometimes even murder! As with every single story we cover in the Sin series…we never look to criticize or applaud any of the alleged incidents or the participants. We are simply retelling these stories.
More often than not rehashed gimmicks fail to get the same level of success as the original and this Well That Didn’t Work is a prime example. In 1996 the WWE tried, and failed, to replicate the success of The Rockers with a new take on the team: the New Rockers. That new version is the focus of this latest piece.