It’s not uncommon to see an individual go from the gridiron to the squared circle. Football and Pro wrestling seem to go hand in hand. Today, we look at one particular individual who looked destined to be one of the all time greats in wrestling but had his career cut short by tragedy. Today we ask: ‘Whatever Happened to‘ Monty Brown? Continue reading
John Carberry, Benjamin Trecroci, Craig Wilson and Brian Damage
One of the most popular topics on this blog is, unsurprisingly, the Attitude Era. While the heroics of the likes of The Rock, Stone Cold, The Undertaker and co are well documented. In today’s Top Five we wanted to take a look at some of the more unsung performers from that time period. Continue reading
Craig Wilson and Brian Damage
Welcome to the fifth edition of This Week in Wrestling in 2017. Today, Craig discusses Bobby Roode winning the NXT title while Brian asks what’s in a number when it comes to the WrestleMania logo and shares some of the most interesting pictures and videos he’s stumbled upon over the last seven days.
During the 1999s, Jeff Jarrett was a mainstay on wrestling tv. In this latest ‘Well That Didn’t Work‘, which makes a return today, takes a look at Jarrett and one of the strangest promos cut during the Monday Night Wars, when he cut a worked shoot promo on both WCW and WWF… Continue reading
Craig Wilson, Brian Damage and Jamie Lithgow
There’s no doubt that ‘having the look’ can make it a lot easier to get over in the world of wrestling. That can be everything from a wrestler’s appearance right through to their ring attire. In today’s Top Five, we look at guys, and girls, not blessed when it came to what they were being asked to wrestle in.
Craig Wilson & Brian Damage
It’s that time again as we look back at This Week in Wrestling. In this edition Craig talks about Paul Ellering and the Authors of Pain in NXT while Brian shares some of the more interesting pictures he’s stumbled upon this week and more.
Craig Wilson, Jamie Lithgow, Russ Morgan & Brian Damage
Wrestling history is full of superstars that performed in both NWA/WCW and the WWE. In today’s Top Five, we take a look at a host of wrestlers that faired significantly better during their run with the WCW than they did with Vince McMahon’s WWF.