This week’s top five is the opposite from a previous week. It is all about wrestlers we personally thought wouldn’t become as successful as they did. Whether it was their look, a dumb gimmick or wrestling skill set…these were wrestlers we totally got wrong and went on to have great careers.
It’s Friday (I think) and you know what that means…it’s another edition of FUN FACT FRIDAY…pro wrestling edition. It’s just a bunch of obscure and overall useless wrestling facts to get you through the day. Some you probably know, while others maybe not so much. In any event, I hope you read up and learn a little something…or nothing. Anyway…Let’s learn!Continue reading →
Brian Damage, Jamie Lithgow, Padraic Toolan & Benjamin Trecroci
As wrestling fans we are hard-wired to expect the unexpected, after all; ‘anything can happen in the WWE!’ Today the team cast their eyes over the wrestlers who caught them by surprise, connected with the audience and defied the odds as they list their Top Five wrestlers who should not have gotten over, but did.
Last week we looked at our favourite wrestling catchphrases. This week we shall try to balance the universe by doing the exact opposite and discussing our Top Five worst wrestling catchphrases instead. Prepare yourself, there are some real stinkers on these lists!
This week it was announced that before WrestleMania 33 that Diamond Dallas Page would, rightly, make his way into the WWE Hall of Fame. Ahead of then, in this latest ‘Missed Wrestling Opportunities‘, we take a look at his run with the WWE which promised so much but ultimately delivered so little.Continue reading →
This is the 90th installment of the ‘Wrestling with Sin‘ series. A group of stories that delves into the darker, underbelly of pro wrestling. Many of the stories involves such subjects as sex, drugs, greed and in some cases even murder! As with every single story in the Sin series, I do not condone or condemn the alleged participants. We simply retell their stories by researching interviews, newspapers, magazines and various other sources of media.Continue reading →
Brian Damage, Craig Wilson, Jamie Lithgow and Russ Morgan
The WWE has been the launchpad of many wrestling careers and a place where even more performers have cemented their place in wrestling history. It’s not worked for every superstar as for every Hulk Hogan, Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Rock there’s a Matt Morgan, Sean O’Haire and Vader who, despite their talents, didn’t reach the heights they could have.
In this week’s Top Five Brian, Craig, Jamie and Russ list their top five misused superstars in WWE history.
‘Monday Night Wars’ continues with the episode of Nitro from 7th September 1998. Once again Raw was broadcast on Saturday so Nitro was unopposed for the second week in a row. Would WCW take advantage of having America’s wrestling fans to themselves? Let’s find out..