The Next Generation of Wrestlers You May Not Have Heard Of…Yet. Volume 7

Brian Damage

Professional wrestling has been filled with second, third and even fourth generation wrestlers. Some have made it bigger than their family members, while others have flopped badly. We have already covered six installments of this in past with Volume 1Volume 2Volume 3Volume 4Volume 5 and Volume 6. Some made it, while others faltered. These up and coming generational wrestlers are for the most part lesser known than say the more established ones like The Rock, Bray Wyatt and Joe Hennig. Who will rise and who will fall in the latest list of pro wrestlers with a legacy to uphold?

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The Elitist: The Day Vince McMahon Started His Own Competition

Brian Damage

It isn’t an uncommon thing for the sports entertainment juggernaut known as World Wrestling Entertainment to “clean up” their roster from time to time. In doing so, several wrestlers, announcers, referees and backstage personnel are handed their release from the company. Some times it is due to “budgetary cuts” and other times simply because the company has nothing for them creatively. When these cuts come, some times we understand it and other times we just scratch our heads and wonder aloud….”How could WWE be so foolish?” This was the case on May 22nd, 2016. That was the day WWE released second generation star Cody Rhodes.

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Top Five Best 2nd/3rd Generation Wrestlers

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Padraic Toolan and Lowlife Louie Ramos

This was done a few years ago with a different round of contributors. Let’s see with a couple of others have to say. Who were the best sons/daughters/grandchildren of pro wrestlers. Men and women who followed in their parent or parents footsteps and turned out great. There are a lot of wrestlers to choose from. Let’s see who was your top five all time… Continue reading

The Next Generation of Wrestlers You May Not Have Heard Of…Yet. Volume 5

Brian Damage

Professional wrestling has been filled with second, third and even fourth generation wrestlers. Some have made it bigger than their family members, while others have flopped badly. We have already covered three installments of this in past with Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume 3 and Volume 4. Some made it, while others faltered. These up and coming generational wrestlers are for the most part lesser known than say the more established ones like The Rock, Bray Wyatt and Bo Dallas. Who will rise and who will fall in the latest list of pro wrestlers with a legacy to uphold? Continue reading

The Next Generation of Wrestlers You May Not Have Heard Of…Yet. Volume 4

Brian Damage

Professional wrestling has been filled with second, third and even fourth generation wrestlers. Some have made it bigger than their family members, while others have flopped badly. We have already covered three installments of this in past with Volume 1, Volume 2 and Volume 3. Some made it, while others faltered. These up and coming generational wrestlers are for the most part lesser known than say the more established ones like Natalya Neidhart, Harry Smith and Curtis Axel. Who will rise and who will fall in the latest list of pro wrestlers with a legacy to uphold? Continue reading