Adapt or Perish: Things in Pro Wrestling No Longer Relevant


Brian Damage

“Adapt or Perish”

Triple H has made that statement several times in storyline segments and in reality couldn’t be more true. Everything in life needs to evolve and adapt to keep up with today’s society. While at times we may not like it…it’s just a fact of life. Pro wrestling has needed to adapt several times over to survive and thrive. When it hasn’t, it has suffered. Continue reading


Super Clash III: The Blueprint to Burying Several Promotions At Once


Brian Damage

In the year 1988, it had become blatantly obvious that the World Wrestling Federation was the top dog in pro wrestling. Jim Crockett had just sold his company to billionaire Ted Turner to form World Championship Wrestling to solidify itself as the number 2 promotion in the US. American Wrestling Association owner Verne Gagne was a far distant third. Most of his young homegrown talent like Curt Hennig and The Midnight Rockers jumped ship to the WWF. Continue reading