Remembering The 1999 Terri Invitational Tournament

Brian Damage

In 1999, the World Wrestling Federation was hotter than it had ever been. With superstars like ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin, The Rock, Mick Foley and Triple H…the main event scene was jam-packed. While the singles division was on fire….the tag team division was about to get even hotter. Within the tag team ranks were two young and hungry teams…Edge and Christian and the Hardy Boyz. Continue reading


This Week in Wrestling 2019 Week 20

Craig Wilson and Brian Damage

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

Big Apple Blues: WCW’s Venture Into Madison Square Garden in 1993

Brian Damage

New York City…the Big Apple….the city that never sleeps..etc, etc..this was the largest market in the world and a place where professional wrestling has thrived under the McMahon family. Other promoters have attempted to crack into the New York market and failed for various reasons. Verne Gagne and the AWA, Jim Crockett Jr and many others simply tried and did not succeed to be a player in New York’s thriving marketplace. Continue reading

A Giant Cover Up? Remembering the Very Brief WWF Career of ‘Trapper John’

Brian Damage

If you have ever followed the career of Vincent Kennedy McMahon, you would know that Vince always had a love affair with giants. The bigger the wrestler, the better. Over the years, the WWF/WWE have featured wrestlers like Big John Studd, Kurrgan, The Great Khali, the Giant Gonzalez, the Giant Silva, The Big Show and, of course, most importantly Andre the Giant. Today we look at another giant and the brief run of ‘Trapper John’. Continue reading

In Rod We Trust: The WWE Storyline That Almost Happened

Brian Damage

In the storyline-verse of WWE, 2007 was not a good year for Vince McMcMahon. He would have his head shaved by his arch nemesis Donald Trump at WrestleMania and then lose the ECW title to Bobby Lashley at One Night Stand in June of that year. Seemingly distraught, embarrassed and depressed, WWE scheduled a Mr. McMahon appreciation night for Monday Night Raw on June 11, 2007 to buoy his spirits. It didn’t work and Mr. McMahon walked away from his WWE empire and entered into his limousine. Once McMahon entered the vehicle and shut the door, the limo exploded. Continue reading