Craig Wilson, Brian Damage, Padraic Toolan and Benjamin Trecroci
Professional wrestling is filled with odd facts and stats. Some you may know, while others you may have forgotten about or just plain never heard of. That is what this piece is all about. So here we go, with even more facts, stats and potential trivia questions. Let’s learn Continue reading
Jamie Lithgow, Craig Wilson and Brian Damage
Last week saw the debut of ‘Something Else To Wrestle’ on the WWE Network. For those unaware, this is a spin-off from the ‘Something To Wrestle With Bruce Prichard’ podcast which is probably the most popular wrestling podcast around right now. On the heels of this, today the team put WWE’s extensive archive to one side and consider WWE’s original content created specifically for their Network. What do we like? What do we dislike? What would we like to see more of and do we have any ideas for shows ourselves, that’s the discussion in today’s Sunday Sermon? Continue reading
When you think of steel cage matches in pro wrestling, you think of the violent, bloody and barbaric nature of them. You may immediately think of the mesh fence type structures that have been synonymous with cage matches. Whether it was Jimmy ‘Superfly’ Snuka leaping off the top of the cage at Madison Square Garden or the violent confrontation between Harley Race and Ric Flair at Starrcade. That’s what many fans old school and new school see and remember. Continue reading
While it is the biggest wrestling, well, sports entertainment organisation in the world, there are still occasions when talent turn down joining the WWE. In today’s piece we look at performers who have said no to Vince McMahon.
Today we are heading back to 1996 because, not unlike in 2016, this week played host to All Hallows’ Eve and a wrestling pay per view. In today’s bonus edition of The Way We Was we take a look at the best name ever given to a wrestling PPV held in October; it’s Halloween Havoc ’96. Continue reading