Top Five Wrestling Stables

Jamie Lithgow, Brian Damage, Benjamin Trecroci and Amerigo Diehl

Today the team discuss a glaring omission from our Top 5 series. With the recent reuniting of The Shield in WWE, Bullet Club splitting down the middle in New Japan and the New Day still going strong, today we look at our Top Five favourite stables, past and present. 

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From the Archive: Well That Didn’t Work: World Bodybuilding Federation

Cover of the WBF magazine, note the font and colouring used for the title (Image courtesy of

Cover of the WBF magazine, note the font and colouring used for the title (Image courtesy of

Craig Wilson

You need only have watched any WWF event from the late 80s and early 90s and you would have established that the company had a fondness for musclebound performers. It was little surprise, then, that Vince would dip his hand into the bodybuilding world and start his own organisation and in this ‘Well That Didn’t Work‘ I look at the short-lived World Bodybuilding Federation (WBF). Continue reading

Book or Cook? The Booking of Bobby Roode

Brian Damage and 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 Bobby Roode. Continue reading

Sunday Sermon: All In

Jamie Lithgow, Brian Damage and Craig Wilson

Last Saturday the Sears Centre in Chicago played host to the biggest independent wrestling show held on American soil in the last 25 years. ALL IN, promoted by Cody (Rhodes) and The Young Bucks, took place in front of over 11,000 fans, a pay per view audience and thousands of Fite TV customers. Having had time to digest the show, in today’s Sunday Sermon, the team discuss their thoughts on what they saw and the impact its apparent success may have on the wrestling industry going forward. Continue reading