Top Five Heel Turns in Wrestling

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Often turning a superstar heel or babyface is thrown about as the easiest option to change their fortunes. But sometimes a turn can really make a superstar. In today’s Top Five, we look at some of the most important heel turns in wrestling history. Continue reading

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Flyin’ Off the Handle: The Planned Brian Pillman Programs that Never Happened

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Injuries prevented WWE fans from getting to see the real Brian Pillman when he joined the company in the mid-90s. It was in the WCW that Pillman really hit the heights of his wrestling career. Today on the blog, we look at several planned storylines that never materialised. Continue reading

Sunday Sermon: 20 Years Since Canada vs. USA on WWE TV

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Craig Wilson, Russ Morgan, Brian Damage, Jamie Lithgow and Benjamin Trecroci

In today’s Sunday Sermon, the team head back in time 20 years to the crazy world of wrestling that was in 1997. WCW are on top, there’s the upstart ECW all while WWE tries to recapture the magic of old. Today we look at the reformation of the Hart Foundation and the unique reaction that group received. Continue reading

Sunday Sermon: The Top Heels in Wrestling History

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Craig Wilson, John Carbery, Brian Damage and Russ Morgan

After a lengthy, and enjoyable, Sunday Sermon recently looking at the best babyfaces in the history of the business, there’s only one logical follow up and that is looking at some of the guys that have went face to face with those very babyfaces. So today’s Sunday Sermon will look at some of the best heat generating heels ever. Continue reading