Jamie Lithgow, Benjamin Trecroci and Craig Wilson
There are many wrestling events that it is often difficult to explain why they are so special to you. Whether it was the first tape you bought or even the first show you attended, there are some shows you rate higher than most people do. In today’s Top Five we take a look at some of those underrated wrestling PPVs.
John Carberry, Benjamin Trecroci, Craig Wilson and Brian Damage
One of the most popular topics on this blog is, unsurprisingly, the Attitude Era. While the heroics of the likes of The Rock, Stone Cold, The Undertaker and co are well documented. In today’s Top Five we wanted to take a look at some of the more unsung performers from that time period. Continue reading
Brian Damage & Jamie Lithgow
Throughout wrestling history there have been countless superstars who have had the proverbial rocket strapped to their back and pushed to the stars but lacked that star power to really make it. Today’s Top Five looks at those superstars who simply failed to live up to the hype.
It’s been several weeks since the superstar shake-up refreshed the Raw and Smackdown rosters. In this latest Top Five, Craig flies solo and takes a look at some of the superstars who appear to have lost steam after the shake-up. Continue reading
Brian Damage, John Carbery and Benjamin Trecroci
The women’s revolution in the WWE has thrust female wrestlers into the spotlight after a period of time where the focus had been more on appearance than in-ring work. In today’s Top Five, though, we take a look back in wrestling history and list our favourite female wrestlers. Continue reading
Craig Wilson and John Carbery
Ah the cutting of a promo, a vital skill needed for a wrestler if he hopes to reach the very top of his profession. Whether it is discussing hard times, telling fat out of shape residents in that particular city to keep the noise down or threatening to check opponents into Smackdown Hotel, these are comments that live long in the memory of wrestling fans. That said, so are the remarks of those less talented on the mic and it is those superstars, who forget they are live or mumble something incoherent, that are the focus of this Top Five. Continue reading
John Carbery, Russ Morgan, Jamie Lithgow, Brian Damage and Amerigo Diehl
You can’t overstate the importance of a wrestler’s theme song nowadays. That’s not, however, to say that they are all hits. In fact, many are the, well, shits. It is those themes that are the focus of this week’s Top Five. Continue reading