We have the first ‘A Moment in Time‘ in a while today and we take a trip back in time and take a look at WWF’s ‘The Big Event’ show from August 1986.
The late, and very great, Curt Hennig is a favourite of this blog and a particular favourite of myself, even though he spent much of his time as a heel in the WWE. In this latest ‘A Moment in Time‘ we head back to 1992 and the episode of Prime Time Wrestling on X and see the demise of the relationship between Mr Perfect and Bobby ‘The Brain’ Heenan and his face turn. Continue reading
For those that watch archived wrestling from 20 years ago – as I do for the Wrestling 20 Years Ago Podcast – you’ll know we’re fast approaching very exciting times: the debut of the nWo and Stone Cold Steve Austin winning King of the Ring. Another significant event happened in mid 1996, namely the Curtain Call. In this latest ‘A Moment in Time‘ piece we go back to look at the impact of that moment. Continue reading
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.
The late, and very much great, Curt ‘Mr. Perfect’ Hennig is a firm favourite of this blog. Today’s piece centres on the Perfect one as we remember the time he destroyed Hulk Hogan’s WWF title in a moment that really should have led to a lot more than it eventually did.
It’s not often that a nothing house show features an unspectacular match-up that still gets talked about. But that’s exactly the outcome of the match pitting David Sammartino against Ron Shaw at the Philadelphia Spectrum in late 1985 and is the focus of this latest piece from Brian Damage. Continue reading