Today we have the latest in the ‘Alternative Wrestling History‘ series. After spending a period of time immersed in the Texan world of World Class Championship Wrestling, John continues his look at “what if?” moments by wondering what would have happened had David Von Erich not died. Continue reading
Jamie Lithgow, John Carbery and Brian Damage
In a top five a few weeks back we looked at some of the worst titles in wrestling history. This time around we flip it and focus our attention on the Top Five best championships in wrestling history, spanning the 70s through to the modern day covering America and Japan. Continue reading
In May of 2016, Jeanie Clarke better known as ‘Lady Blossom’ in World Championship Wrestling wrote her autobiography entitled, ‘Through The Shattered Glass.’ In the book you will read about her career, love life and past drug addiction. The former model, turned wrestling valet now mother and grandmother is honest, gracious and welcoming. Today we catch up with her in this latest ‘Answering the 10 Count‘. Continue reading
Craig Wilson, Brian Damage & Jamie Lithgow
Some of the brightest stars in wrestling history have been part of iconic wrestling families. Whether it was the Funks, the Von Erichs, the Guerreros or the McMahons, these families have left a lasting legacy on the business. In this latest Top Five we list our favourite wrestling families. 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.
While they may never have crowned a world champion in their short existence, Wild West Wrestling (WWW) burned brightly for a while in Texas in the mid 80s. Today, Brian goes back in time today with his look at Ken Mantell’s promotion.