Mind The Logic Gap: The Outlaw Rule

Jamie Lithgow

The world of wrestling is a place often bereft of logic: Why would two (or more) performers conduct business or personal discussions in the middle of a large arena full of strangers? Why are supposedly skilled referees so easily distracted from their job? Why are wrestlers that are capable of breath-taking athletic displays so bad at climbing ladders? These gaps in logic will, for now at least, remain unfilled. However, today we shine the spotlight on one such gap that has since been closed as we take a look at The Outlaw Rule. Continue reading

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Remembering Shane Douglas’ First WWE Run

Craig Wilson

Although it was, mercifully, a short-lived gimmick, even a fleeting reader of this blog will be aware of Shane Douglas’ WWF run in 1995 as Dean Douglas. What is perhaps less well-known was his run five years earlier with the company which, in the process of researching this, turned out to not be his first time in a WWF ring. Continue reading