Remember the Time will take a nostalgic and opinionated look at ill-fated gimmicks, poorly conceived storylines, and forgettable moments in wrestling history. Now join me as we take a few moments to unearth that which should remain buried forever and do our best to Remember the Time…
Lowlife Louie Ramos, Brian Damage, B. Dangerous and Amerigo Diehl
This week we look at top five shocking moments in pro wrestling. Whether it was a surprising debut, heel/face turn, winning a title that you thought would never happen or retirement outta nowhere. We pick our personal top five moments that truly shocked us.
Lowlife Louie Ramos, Brian Damageand Amerigo Diehl
With so much negativity coming from fans on social media pertaining to pro wrestling…why not try something a bit different? What are your personal top five things you love or loved about pro wrestling? Whether it be a particular wrestler, match or things that made you a fan about the business. Just have fun with it.
It’s Saturday and today we have ’This Week in Wrestling’, the 4th of 2021. Today Brian talks about the billion dollar blockbuster deal for the WWE Network and shares all the best wrestling content from this week.
You take a very wealthy investor with strong connections to the legitimate sports world and have him start a wrestling promotion. Have that wealthy investor offer guaranteed contracts to wrestlers regardless of how good or bad a show does at the gate. Offer to fully pay those wrestlers all of their food and lodging expenses. Now take that promotion and expand it nationally to compete with the status quo. Does any of this sound familiar? Continue reading →
Brian Damage, Tom Casola, Lowlife Louie Ramos and Amerigo Diehl
Originally, I was just going to keep this solely for pro wrestlers who made appearances on television shows like sitcoms and dramas. The thing is, there have been so many memorable appearances by wrestlers on other forms of TV like talk shows, game shows etc…I have decided to expand it a bit. I’ll leave it up to each contributor to decide what particular TV shows helped a wrestler stand out. Continue reading →
Today we head back to December 1987 and to the WWF’s Slammy Awards. Billed as the 37th, it wasn’t, it was a show that lives long in the memory. A classic it was not but certainly an entertaining romp of an evening.Continue reading →
From the 80s through to the 00s, ‘Mean’ Gene Okerlund was a prominent face of wrestling TV. From his time in the American Wrestling Association through to the WWF then WCW, Okerlund would interview all of the stars. Today on the blog, we look at the life and times of ‘Mean’ Gene.Continue reading →
Throughout the history of pro wrestling bookers and promoters have always tried to come up with new, creative and innovative ideas to generate interest in their product. Some ideas have not only succeeded but flourished. Others were DOA from the get-go. Then there are those ideas which initially were innovative but for various reasons, faded away. Those are the focus of this latest series of posts titled ‘Great Ideas That Didn’t Last’. This latest piece focuses in on the rise, the fall and then the rise and yet another fall for Jeff Jarrett’s Global Force Wrestling (GFW).Continue reading →