You can’t overstate the importance of announcers and interviewers in the success of wrestling and its characters. A remarkable number, you may have forgotten most, have came and gone from the WWE. It is those people that are the focus of this piece. Continue reading
Long before Hell in a Cell became an annual stand-alone PPV, it was an often used match by the WWE that created some memorable moments and spectacular spots. With Hell in a Cell 2015 just around the corner, thanks to the WWE Network, we go back in time and watch the first ever Hell in a Cell match pitting WWF European Champion Shawn Michaels against The Undertaker. Continue reading
In the mid-90s the nWo Sting was an important catalyst in turning the real life Sting’s character from blonde haired surfer Sting into The Crow inspired version. In this latest piece we ask Whatever Happened to Jeff Farmer, the man behind the nWo Sting facepaint? Continue reading
Craig Wilson, Brian Damage and Jamie Lithgow
This time last weekend we were all gearing up for WWE Night of the Champions 2015. In the end it was a pretty good event with some positive steps taken on a number of fronts. In this Sunday Sermon we look back on the show and ahead to next month’s Hell in a Cell..
Jamie Lithgow & Brian Damage
In ‘This Week in Wrestling’ Jamie shares what Raw taught him this week and Brian has all the best viral content. All that and much much more in the latest edition of This Week in Wrestling…
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. Then there are those ideas which initially were innovative…but for various reasons….faded away. Those are the focus of this latest series of posts titled ‘Great Ideas That Didn’t Last’. Continue reading
During his lengthy wrestling career – that saw several stints with the WCW and WWE – Barry Darsow had a number of gimmicks – some successful and some less so. It is those gimmicks that are the focus of this latest ‘The Many Faces Of’.