It’s Saturday so time for the latest installment of ’This Week in Wrestling’, the 20th of 2019. Today, Craig talks about the rumours in the UK of WWE leaving Sky while Brian discusses if Vince McMahon Jr is starting to lose it and shares all the best wrestling content from this week. Continue reading
This past week, the wrestling world lost the iconic Bobby ‘The Brain’ Heenan. This Sunday, in our Sunday Sermon, we’ll have a fulsome tribute to ‘The Brain’. Remembered fondly as a commentator, Heenan was also a top manager leading the ‘Heenan Family’ through various promotions. In this latest ‘Remembering‘ piece, we look at the first incarnation of that grouping in Verne Gagne’s American Wrestling Association. Continue reading
One of the most famous families in the history of wrestling is the Von Erichs. It’s a story filled with tragedy, however, with all but one of the sons taken too early. Today we look at another Von Erich tale, specifically one involving Kerry and his foot. Continue reading
Craig Wilson, Jamie Lithgow & Brian Damage
Thanks to the WWE Network and YouTube it’s easier than ever to watch some of the greatest moments in wrestling history that maybe passed you by or took place before you were even born. However, seeing those matches and the superstars in them online isn’t the same as living through those times and in this Top Five, the team share the superstars that they wish they’d been able to see wrestling – in their prime – live.
Craig Wilson, Brian Damage & Jamie Lithgow
Premise is simple. There’s a Mount Rushmore dedicated to wrestling, featuring sculptures of heads of the four superstars that have had the biggest impact on wrestling – or sports entertainment. Last week we discussed the first two entrants and today we decide the other two heads to join them.