Jamie Lithgow & Brian Damage
In ‘This Week in Wrestling’ Jamie shares what Raw taught him this week and Brian has all the week’s best viral content. All that and much much more in the latest edition of This Week in Wrestling…
The world of wrestling has been bettered by the ideas of some of the many creative minds that have been part of it and have helped it evolve to what it is today. Today we look at one of those creative geniuses but is less known than the likes of Vince McMahon, Eddie Gilbert or Dusty Rhodes. Namely: Phil “Buck” Robley. Continue reading
Craig Wilson, Brian Damage & Jamie Lithgow
Perhaps you could argue that we are a bit glass half empty when it comes to the world of wrestling on this blog. We are committed to changing that today with this latest Top Five seeing us list the things we love about wrestling in this day and age. Continue reading
Weight: 255 lbs
Hometown: Parts Unknown
Glory Days: 1995 – 1998
Fun Fact: Renegade’s fondness for loincloths – as seen in his introductory promo with Hulk Hogan and his latter matches in WCW – can be traced back to his pre-WCW gimmick of Rio; Lord of The Jungle.
For many the halcyon days of WWE were the much vaunted Attitude Era when a whole host of superstars became household names as some 20million watch wrestling week in week out. What is less remembered is the era that followed it: the Ruthless Aggression Era. Today we look at that era and the superstars it created.
Steve Lombardi had a run with the WWE, under various guises, that lasted over 30 years. From the Brooklyn Brawler to Abe “Knuckleball” Schwartz via stints as Doink the Clown and Kim Chee, today we look at ‘The Many Faces Of’ Steve Lombardi over his many years as an employee of the WWE. Continue reading
Jamie Lithgow, Brian Damage & Craig Wilson
Tonight the WWE hosts its annual Hell in a Cell event. This year its headlined by Brock Lesnar taking on The Undertaking inside the cell. The other cell match pits Roman Reigns against Bray Wyatt. Elsewhere, Seth Rollins defends his title against Kane and more. Continue reading
He may have main evented the first ever episode of Monday Night Raw against the legendary Undertaker but for Damian Demento, he never reached anything like the heights of his famous opponent that night. Today we ask Whatever Happened to Phil Theis, the man that portrayed Demento during his brief WWE run?