Top Five Worst Talkers in Wrestling

Craig Wilson and John Carbery

Ah the cutting of a promo, a vital skill needed for a wrestler if he hopes to reach the very top of his profession. Whether it is discussing hard times, telling fat out of shape residents in that particular city to keep the noise down or threatening to check opponents into Smackdown Hotel, these are comments that live long in the memory of wrestling fans. That said, so are the remarks of those less talented on the mic and it is those superstars, who forget they are live or mumble something incoherent, that are the focus of this Top Five. Continue reading


Matches from History: Tag Team Elimination Match at Survivor Series 1988


Craig Wilson

Ahead of this weekend’s Survivor Series, we return with a ‘Matches from History‘ looking at a bout discussed the other night on Facebook, namely the twenty man tag on 1988 edition of Survivor Series. So, without further ado…

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Top Five Wrestling Families

Craig Wilson, Brian Damage & Jamie Lithgow

Some of the brightest stars in wrestling history have been part of iconic wrestling families. Whether it was the Funks, the Von Erichs, the Guerreros or the McMahons, these families have left a lasting legacy on the business. In this latest Top Five we list our favourite wrestling families. Continue reading

Wrestling With Sin: 52 Pick Up


Brian Damage

This is the 52nd installment of the ‘Wrestling with Sin‘ series. A group of stories that delves into the darker…at times seedier side of pro wrestling. Many of these stories involve lust, greed, deception and in some cases….even murder! As with every single story covered in the Sin series…we never condemn or condone the actions of the alleged participants and victims involved. Continue reading

Union Jacked: The WWE’s Need For a British World Champion


Brian Damage

It was in late 2013 that Total Non-stop Action (TNA) ended a drought when Magnus defeated Jeff Hardy to become the first British wrestler to be recognised as a world champion in over 108 years. Is it about time that WWE followed suit, particularly with the UK being such an important market for the organisation?┬áThat’s the subject of this latest piece from Brian Damage.
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