Doug Furnas and Phil LaFon aka ‘The Can Am Express’ were a red hot international tag team for several years before getting the call to the WWF. They were legends in Japan, winning All Japan’s tag team titles 5 times. They had one of the greatest tag team matches you will ever see when they wrestled Kenta Kobashi and Tsuyoshi Kikuchi in 1992. Today, Brian takes a look at the duo’s stint in WWE, and why it was cut short. Continue reading
Craig Wilson and Brian Damage
Welcome to the eighth edition of This Week in Wrestling in 2017. Today, Craig talks about the respective women’s divisions while Brian shares some of the most interesting pictures and videos he’s stumbled upon over the last seven days.
John Carberry, Jamie Lithgow and Craig Wilson
The countdown to WrestleMania is firmly on. With that in mind, we felt we were long overdue a WrestleMania Top Five. Today we take a look at the best matches which took place on the Hulkamania era events, covering WrestleManias 1 through to 9.
On one night in 1997, due to TV tapings, live events and broadcast schedules, wrestling fans saw ‘Ravishing’ Rick Rude appear on three different wrestling promotion’s shows on the same night. Today we go back almost 20 years to see the events that led to that moment. Continue reading
To some, the name Tom Magee might not mean that much. But for others, he was seen by some, for a brief period, as the successor to Hulk Hogan during the 1980s. In today’s post we look at the career of Magee and why it never worked out the way that the likes of Vince McMahon hoped. Continue reading
One of the most iconic faces, and voices, in WWE history is undoubtedly Howard ‘The Fink’ Finkel. In today’s piece, Brian takes a look at The Fink’s legendary tenure with the WWE – from the days of Vince McMahon Sr. to the present day. Continue reading
In 2012, the WWE invested money in a fledgeling social media platform called ‘Tout’. It is the focus of this latest ‘Well That Didn’t Work‘ as we look at yet another of Vince McMahon and the WWE’s attempts to have success outside of the squared circle. Continue reading