Jamie Lithgow & Brian Damage
In ‘This Week in Wrestling’ Jamie shares what wrestling taught him this week while Brian has all the week’s best viral content. All that and much much more in the latest edition of This Week in Wrestling…
“Let Me Tell You Something Brother…”
- At a show where one line of conversation regarded great performers never to hold a world title, Sheamus won his fourth!
- Apparently Ricky Steamboat has never been a world champion…
- On a weekend where sporting events the world over played ‘Les Marseillais’, WWE ploughed ahead with ‘Star-Spangled Banner’
- Since when has the American national anthem been sung at Survivor Series anyway?
- In the interests of not making match stipulations seem pointless, it’s probably best not to put Dolph Ziggler over by mentioning his efforts at the 2014 Survivor Series…
- What happened to Heath Slater’s air guitar?
- Jack Swagger is now the entire US armed forces?
- Why is Paige the best heel in WWE? Because she’s always right, she’s just a dick about it
- An usual trait for a bad guy; Xavier Woods can actually sing
- Why exactly did Alberto Del Rio’s return to WWE drive American citizens towards Grinder?!
- And the Slammy Award for best hair surely goes to…
I wonder if Uncle Zeb was auditioning for a membership into the New Day? Twerk it Zeb!
Who knew that pro wrestling has its own form of a “Kiddie table” during the holidays?
Hahaha it works well…
Always be well trained and prepared to take a bump…you never know when you’ll actually put it to use….
I know I’m not the only one who was originally against the whole Stardust character for Cody Rhodes. Apparently, this was a gimmick YEARS in the making…
Recently, the pro wrestling world lost a true great in the former multiple AWA world champion Nick Bockwinkle. Here is Bockwinkle competing on the game show Hollywood Squares back in 1968….
If for no other reason…here is Paige, Charlotte and Becky Lynch dancing …
This Week on the Blog
Monday saw us book or cook Curtis Axel, on Tuesday we had part 56 of Wrestling With Sin, Whatever Happened to Kurrgan was the question posed on Wednesday, we marked Thanksgiving on Thursday by listonf our top five wrestling turkeys of 2015 and we rounded off the week by looking at the Anoa’i family.
Next Week on the Blog
We ask whatever happened to Mantuar, review the new Owen Hart DVD, look at the Samoan dynasty in wrestling and more.
All previous ‘This Week in Wrestling’ columns can be read here.