Go FACT Yourself: More Pro Wrestling Facts, Stats and So On

Brian Damage

Here we go with yet another edition of pro wrestling facts, stats, trivia answers and so on and so forth. If you don’t like this kind of stuff, this piece is definitely NOT for you. For everybody else, let’s take a look at somethings that we may or may not know and learn a little shall we? Continue reading


Sunday Sermon: Smackdown Gets Smacked Down By NBC

Brian Damage, Jamie Lithgow and Benjamin Trecroci

This past week, it was revealed that NBC wants to renew their television deal with Monday Night Raw and are willing to pay three times what it is worth. The catch is, however, NBC wants to get rid of Smackdown Live. If WWE agrees to renew RAW with NBC Universal, that means that WWE can start shopping Smackdown on other networks. Is this a good or bad thing for the WWE? Will a network or cable outlet be willing to buy television rights to Smackdown and not Raw? If yes, would Smackdown remain a live show or go back to being taped? All this and more in this week’s Sunday Sermon. Continue reading

WWE Backlash 2018 Preview and Predictions

Brian Damage, Jamie Lithgow & Earl Marx

Tonight WWE hosts Backlash 2018, headlined by a rematch from Wrestlemania as AJ Styles defends his WWE Championship against Shinsuke Nakamura, only this time it will be fought under no disqualification rules. Today, the team discuss that match and the rest of the card in the traditional preview and predictions post on the day of a PPV. Continue reading

Whatever Happened to Muhammed Hassan?

Brian Damage

He was called up to the main roster and given a monster push right out of the gates. It was reported that he was scheduled to win the WWE world title from Batista at Summerslam 2005. If it had happened, Muhammed Hassan would’ve become the youngest world champion at just 23 years old. Then, a controversial angle led to Hassan being pulled off TV and ultimately released from the company. Today, we ask ‘Whatever Happened to’ Muhammed Hassan? Continue reading

The End of An (Attitude) Era

Brian Damage

The Attitude Era was considered by some as the single greatest era in WWF/E history. The television ratings were astronomical, buy rates were skyrocketing and the content, well, it wasn’t exactly for the faint of heart. The language was foul, the lines between heels and babyfaces were completely blurred and the nudity was in your face. We all know when the Attitude Era was ushered in, as covered by my colleague Craig, but when did it all end? Continue reading