Remembering Public Enemy’s Brief 2 Month Odyssey in the WWF

Brian Damage

Johnny Grunge and ‘Flyboy’ Rocco Rock, the Public Enemy, were one of the more popular Extreme Championship Wrestling acts back in the day. Yet the success they had their didn’t extend into World Championship Wrestling or World Wrestling Federation. Today we look back at the pair’s brief run with the WWF. Continue reading

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A Marriage Made in Hell: The Road Warriors Tumultuous Tenure in the AWA

Brian Damage

The Road Warriors of Hawk and Animal are widely considered one if not the greatest tag teams in the history of professional wrestling. While beloved by countless fans, the same could not be said by many wrestlers and bookers during their era. Perhaps the team’s most rocky relationship occurred in the one place Hawk and Animal always dreamed being in, the American Wrestling Association (AWA). Today, we take a look back at the Road Warriors stop in that promotion. What went wrong and how did it all end? Continue reading

Remembering the original AWA ‘Heenan Family’

Craig Wilson

This past week, the wrestling world lost the iconic Bobby ‘The Brain’ Heenan. This Sunday, in our Sunday Sermon, we’ll have a fulsome tribute to ‘The Brain’. Remembered fondly as a commentator, Heenan was also a top manager leading the ‘Heenan Family’ through various promotions. In this latest ‘Remembering‘ piece, we look at the first incarnation of that grouping in Verne Gagne’s American Wrestling Association. Continue reading