It’s Saturday and today we have ’This Week in Wrestling’, the 47th of 2021. Today Brian addresses the rumors and the realities of even more pro wrestling companies starting up soon and shares all the best wrestling content from this week.
Remember the Time will take a nostalgic and opinionated look at ill-fated gimmicks, poorly conceived storylines, and forgettable moments in wrestling history. Now join me as we take a few moments to unearth that which should remain buried forever and do our best to Remember the Time…
Padraic Toolan, Lowlife Louie Ramos and Brian Damage
This week’s Mount Rushmore will be the top heels of all time. Remember, you can only choose your top four greatest heels of all time to be on the mountain. So who do you have as the greatest heels ever? The ones that made you boo, jeer, pay to see get beat up etc, etc. These are all personal choices so let’s see what you can come up with.Continue reading →
In 2001, pro wrestling was in a very serious rut. The once red hot industry of the mid 1990’s had lost plenty of steam and was in a downturn as covered here. Promotions like ECW and WCW had folded and thus, made Vince McMahon and WWE the only real game in town. It was the downfall of these groups that led a host of wannabe promoters to try and form their own wrestling organizations to be an alternative to Vince’s sports entertainment monopoly. Continue reading →
WWE announced that the New World Order will be inducted into the its Hall of Fame in 2020. While Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall and Kevin Nash were the top members of the nWo…who were the top five WORST members of the faction? Considering there were about half of WCW’s roster that were NWO members at one time or another…there are plenty to choose from.Continue reading →
Throughout the years that World Championship Wrestling had been in business, there had been many storylines revolving around powerful factions. We can start with the Four Horsemen and work our way down to the likes of the Dangerous Alliance, The Dungeon of Doom, the New World Order, the Natural Born Thrillers and the New Blood. All had varying amounts of success and failures. It seems that most of the history of WCW involved an evil group of wrestlers wanting to take control of the company. Continue reading →