Doug Furnas and Phil LaFon aka ‘The Can Am Express’ were a red hot international tag team for several years before getting the call to the WWF. They were legends in Japan, winning All Japan’s tag team titles 5 times. They had one of the greatest tag team matches you will ever see when they wrestled Kenta Kobashi and Tsuyoshi Kikuchi in 1992. Today, Brian takes a look at the duo’s stint in WWE, and why it was cut short. Continue reading
On one night in 1997, due to TV tapings, live events and broadcast schedules, wrestling fans saw ‘Ravishing’ Rick Rude appear on three different wrestling promotion’s shows on the same night. Today we go back almost 20 years to see the events that led to that moment. Continue reading
Brian Damage, Russ Morgan, Jamie Lithgow and Craig Wilson
Tonight the WWE hosts Survivor Series, headlined by Brock Lesnar locking up with Goldberg. Elsewhere, Raw takes on Smackdown in a series of bouts. All the tag teams are in action in a five team vs. five team bout, the respective women’s divisions clash as do the main eventers whist the IC and Cruiserweight titles are also on the line. Today on the blog the team preview and predict how the event play pan out.
John Carbery, Craig Wilson, Brian Damage and Russ Morgan
In case you missed it, it’s WWE Survivor Series this Sunday evening. We figured that there would be no better way to continue the countdown to that event than by looking at, in our opinion, the Top Five Survivor Series matches in history.
Ahead of this weekend’s Survivor Series, we return with a ‘Matches from History‘ looking at a bout discussed the other night on Facebook, namely the twenty man tag on 1988 edition of Survivor Series. So, without further ado…
Craig Wilson, John Carbery, Brian Damage, Jamie Lithgow, Amerigo Diehl and Russ Morgan
This year’s Survivor Series is being hyped around the return match pitting Goldberg vs. Brock Lesnar, 12 years after their WrestleMania XX bout. In this latest Sunday Sermon the team discuss the build-up and whether or not they even care for the match. Continue reading
There are few venues as synonymous with the WWE as the iconic Madison Square Garden. Many of the biggest moments in WWE history have taken place at the venue including Hulk Hogan’s first title win, Jimmy Snuka leaping from the top of the steel cage through to the inuagural WrestleMania. Today we look at the WWE’s relationship with MSG. Continue reading