Brian Damage, John Carbery and Russ Morgan
Today we continue our WrestleMania themed Top Fives, following on from looking at some of the best matches in the history of the event in the last several weeks, by looking at the superstars whose star has shone the brightest on the grandest stage of them all. Continue reading
Earl Marx, Brian Damage, John Carbery & Jamie Lithgow
Today we continue our run of WrestleMania themed Top 5 posts, however this week we shall cast our eye over the more regrettable moments from ‘The Showcase of The Immortals’. Yes, it’s our Top 5 WrestleMania mistakes.
Jamie Lithgow and John Carbery
In last week’s Top Five we looked at the best WrestleMania matches from the Hulkamania era. We follow that up today by looking at the best matches to feature on the events during the New Generation and Attitude Eras.
Earl Marx, Brian Damage and John Carbery
Now one of the most popular aspects of the WrestleMania weekend, the Hall of Fame is a cause of much debate – much of it centred on whether or not it deserves to be considered as a real Hall of Fame. Either way, in today’s Top Five we look at superstars who currently are not part of it.
John Carbery and Jamie Lithgow
All wrestling fans have a guilty pleasure – for many of us it’s wrestling itself! In this week’s Top Five we take a look at some of the wrestling events for us that defy all odds and are some of favourite shows, despite their relative lack of quality. Continue reading
John Carbery, Craig Wilson and Jamie Lithgow
Today we return with a ‘Top Five‘ piece, the first of 2017. In the first of a two-parter, we look at some of the most underrated matches in wrestling. Next week we follow up by looking at the most overrated bouts. But, today, it is all about the underrated ones. Without further ado… Continue reading
Jamie Lithgow, Craig Wilson & Brian Damage
It’s now been a number of months since the WWE brand split which resulted in separate rosters for both Raw and Smackdown. In today’s Top Five, we take a look at the superstars on each show that have benefited greatly from the brand split.