For years, WWE has signed countless independent wrestlers to developmental contracts. Some thrived in developmental and then became stars on the main roster, while others faded into obscurity. The story of Scott ‘Colt Cabana’ Colton’s WWE journey was really neither of those examples. While he never had the WWE career he envisioned, Cabana certainly did not just fade away.
As the old saying goes…”Sex Sells” and that certainly was a motto the WWF followed during the Attitude Era. This, however, didn’t happen during that period of time, but during the Ruthless Aggression Era in 2006. While WWE was a bit more toned down from the Attitude Era, there were still remnants of it lingering in the company. This segment, was just one of those remnants that had Edge and Lita simulate sex for all the WWE fans to witness live.
Promos are an integral part of professional wrestling. They can help sell fans on a particular match or feud. Great promos can engage fans and make them feel what the wrestler delivering a promo is feeling at that moment. Most promos are forgotten over the course of time, and then there are those ones that fans never forget. It may not be the best, but unforgettable none the less…
A good way to start a feud or even add a layer of excitement to an existing rivalry is a good old fashioned one sided beatdown of an opponent. Today on the blog, we take a look at some of our personal favorites throughout the years.
Amerigo Diehl, Lowlife Louie Ramos and Brian Damage
This week’s Top Five is about pro wrestlers we truly miss seeing on our TV screens each and every week. Men and/or women wrestlers that either retired or passed on that we no longer get the privilege of being entertained by anymore.
With Christmas right around the corner, I thought it would be as good a time as ever to look back on this year and reflect on some of the good things to come out of pro wrestling in 2021. Things that were certainly gifts to wrestling fans all around the world. Here are my top five gifts wrestling gave us in 2021.
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.