Welcome to yet another edition of useless wrestling facts, stats and other stuff to entertain you and perhaps enrich your lives. Some of these informational nuggets of truth may be well known by the masses, while others…not so much. In either case, they are simply meant for fun and enjoyment. They won’t help you graduate or get a good job, but they will give you useless knowledge on a business we all love and cherish…professional wrestling. So sit back or stand up and let’s learn a thing or two about a thing or two. Continue reading
Lowlife Louie Ramos, Brian Damage and Amerigo Diehl
Who are your Top Five Greatest World Champions of all time? Like last week’s subject, the wrestler must be holding or held a championship recognized as a world title. There is no particular criteria, just opinion based. Continue reading
Amerigo Diehl, Lowlife Louie Ramos, Padraic Toolan and Brian Damage
World Wrestling Entertainment is certainly a juggernaut in the world of professional wrestling/sports entertainment. Who are your top five wrestlers that defined and shaped WWE to where it is today? Only wrestlers, so the McMahon family is out, even though they did wrestle some. Continue reading
It’s Saturday and today we have ’This Week in Wrestling’, the 1st of 2020. Today Brian discusses the huge void left by John Cena in WWE and shares all the best wrestling content from this week. Continue reading
Lowlife Louie Ramos, Tom Casola and Brian Damage
Every New Year, many people proclaim a New Year and a New Me! In wrestling, wrestlers have been repackaged after a failed gimmick or two and become something of greater success. This week’s top five is the Best Repackaged Wrestlers of All Time. Continue reading
Here we are with some more pro wrestling facts, stats and trivia. Read them in bed, at work or even on the toilet. It’s totally up to your discretion. Some you may already know about, while others not so much. Either way, they are all in good fun so sit back (or stand) and enjoy. Now, without any further adieu….let’s learn!
He stood 6ft 5in tall and weighed 245 pounds of pure muscle. He was signed by the WWE and had an up and down career for over four years before retiring. Today on the blog, we ask…’Whatever Happened to’ Tyler Reks?