Brian Damage & Craig Wilson
The WWE roster is filled with “superstars” at every level. There are the main roster guys who regularly appear on Raw and SmackDown, those who are used as glorified jobbers and those who are barely used at all. In this series of pieces, we will take an individual wrestler barely used and decide if they are worth keeping or should they be let go. Today we decide if we Book or Cook Mark Henry.
Other than the occasional memorable moment, the majority of wrestling house shows yield little of interest. However, the WWF show in New Jersey on Monday 16 November 1987 did feature a memorable moment: namely wrestling legend Lou Thesz winning a battle royal. That’s the focus of this latest ‘A Moment in Time’ piece.
Table spots – a superstar going through a table – have long been a part of wrestling. In the WWE it is invariably the Spanish announce table that is destroyed and that is the focus of this latest piece.
This is the 60th installment of the ‘Wrestling with Sin‘ series. A group of stories that delves into the darker side of professional wrestling. Many of these stories involve such topics as sex, greed, drugs, arrests and sometimes….even murder! As with every single story in the Sin series…we do not condone or condemn the alleged involved. We are simply retelling these stories that have been told throughout the years.
Craig Wilson, Jamie Lithgow & Brian Damage
As we approach the end of 2015, it’s only natural that we reflect on the last twelve months from a wrestling perspective. What’s worked? What’s not worked? Then next week we will share our in-ring hopes for 2016. Continue reading
Jamie Lithgow & Brian Damage
In the final ‘This Week in Wrestling’ of 2016, Jamie shares what wrestling taught him this week while Brian has all the week’s best viral content, with a bit of a festive feel. All that and much much more in the latest edition of This Week in Wrestling…
Hometown: The South Pole
Glory Days: The week before Christmas 1995
Fun Fact: In hindsight Xanta Klaus is easily identifiable as ECW’s Balls Mahoney. This was not Balls’ first appearance for WWE though. He was a fairly prolific jobber under his real name, Jon Rechner