Amerigo Diehl, Lowlife Louie Ramos and Brian Damage
This week’s Top Five is about pro wrestlers we truly miss seeing on our TV screens each and every week. Men and/or women wrestlers that either retired or passed on that we no longer get the privilege of being entertained by anymore.
Lowlife Louie Ramos, Brian Damage, B. Dangerous and Amerigo Diehl
This week we look at top five shocking moments in pro wrestling. Whether it was a surprising debut, heel/face turn, winning a title that you thought would never happen or retirement outta nowhere. We pick our personal top five moments that truly shocked us.
Lowlife Louie Ramos, Brian Damage and Padraic Toolan
Who are your top five wrestlers in your lifetime that had great careers, but never achieved the ultimate prize of winning a world heavyweight title? World championship status was recognized for organizations like WWE, WCW, AWA, ECW, AEW and NWA.Continue reading →
Lowlife Louie Ramos, Brian Damage, Amerigo Diehl and Padraic Toolan
Who are your top five wrestlers that sadly passed away at an early age or way before their time and in your opinion were destined to become bigger stars or have one last big run in them in pro wrestling?Continue reading →
Most wrestling fans know Terry Brunk aka Sabu as the homicidal, suicidal, genocidal, death defying maniac that was at one time the face of ECW. Sabu has wrestled all over the world and for countless promotions including WWE, WCW, ECW, XPW, TNA, FMW, New Japan…etc. There was a brief moment in time, where Sabu could have been someone completely different than how we know him to be now. Continue reading →
Lowlife Louie Ramos, Tom Casola, Brian Damage and Amerigo Diehl
We have had the most overrated and underrated wrestlers in wrestling history. This time around, we are going to look at the greatest technical wrestlers of all time. Men or woman or both that were the greatest mat technicians you have ever seen.Continue reading →
May 23rd, 1999 is to this day, one of the darkest days in not only WWE history, but in the entire business of professional wrestling. At WWE’s pay per view chillingly titled ‘Over the Edge,’ ‘The Blue Blazer’ Owen Hart plunged seventy eight feet from the top of the rafters at the Kemper Arena in Kansas City, Missouri. It was supposed to be a grand entrance for The Blue Blazer character as he was to descend down from the rafters using a safety harness. Instead, the harness gave way and Owen tragically died at the young age of 34.Continue reading →