Sunday Sermon: The Montreal Screwjob 20 Years on

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Craig Wilson, Jamie Lithgow, Brian Damage, Amerigo Diehl, Russ Morgan and Benjamin Trecroci

This month marks the 20th anniversary of one of the most infamous moments in WWE, if not wrestling, history: The Montreal Screw job. In today’s Sunday Sermon, we take a look back at those events with the benefit of hindsight and look at the long-term impact of that night in Montreal on 9 November 1997. Continue reading

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Sunday Sermon: The WWE Attitude Era 20 Years On

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Craig Wilson, Brian Damage, Jamie Lithgow, John Carbery and Benjamin Trecroci

With this year marking 20 years since the birth of the Attitude Era, it seems as good a time as any to look back on the events that kicked off that hugely successful time in Wrestling as well as, from a modern perspective, looking back on it. And that’s exactly what we’ll do in today’s Sunday Sermon. Continue reading

Sunday Sermon: Ones to Watch

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Craig Wilson, John Carberry and Brian Damage

In our Sunday Sermons, we often look to the past and frequently look at the present but rarely do we spend too much time looking to the future. But that’s exactly what we are doing today as we scan the emerging acts not only in the WWE but further afield to see who stands the best chances of becoming superstars of tomorrow. Continue reading

Sunday Sermon: Remembering Bobby ‘The Brain’ Heenan

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Craig Wilson, Brian Damage, John Carbery, Amerigo Diehl, Jamie Lithgow and Russ Morgan

If you are in your late twenties to mid-thirties, Bobby ‘The Brain’ Heenan was the preeminent voice in wrestling through his time with both the WWF and, later on, WCW. His wise-cracks and one-liners marked him out as one of the most entertaining and best commentators in wrestling – he was equally as popular for his time as a manager. In today’s Sunday Sermon, we discuss the life and times of the legendary ‘The Brain’. Continue reading