Traditionally, “super cards” in professional wrestling involving several promotions rarely work out. Promoters and wrestlers will argue and refuse to do what is best for business. That leaves the fans the ones to suffer for inflated egos and jealousy. You can look at the unmitigated disaster that was Superclash III as an example of how a wrestling super card worked out. Continue reading
He was often seen in some capacity on several segments of WCW programming. In this latest ‘Whatever Happened to‘ piece we search and find out about the former WCW Head of Security Doug Dellinger. Continue reading
Weight: 243 lb
Hometown: The North Woods
Glory Days: 1991-1992
Fun Fact: Big Josh’s finisher was a prototype version of the Whoopie Cushion which he used as Doink The Clown in the WWF. Basically, it was the Earthquake Splash.
Weight: 272 lb
Hometown: San Francisco, CA
Glory Days: 1998-1999
Fun Fact: Despite dressing like a biker and his WCW bio stating that he likes to ride Harleys, The Disciple never once rode or was even seen near a bike on WCW TV, not even at the Road Wild pay per view.
Jamie Lithgow & Brian Damage
A couple of weeks ago we chronicled our favourite championship belts from wrestling’s past and present. However, today the shoe is on the other foot as we consider the belts that did not have us rushing to buy a replica version. This week’s Top Five is all about the worst championship belts.
Jamie Lithgow & Brian Damage
Championship belts; It’s a topic some feel passionately about while others only realise they have strong opinions when the topic arises. Everybody loves Big Gold and everybody hates spinner belts, or do they? This week’s Top Five sees the team chronicle their favourite straps, past and present.
Name: Percy Robert Miller aka Master P
Occupation: Rapper, actor, businessman, record executive extraordinaire
Hometown: New Orleans, Louisiana
Glory Days: A couple of weeks in June of 1999
Fun Fact: One of the cited reasons for Master P’s direct involvement in WCW being so brief was his apparent unhappiness that the fans in Washington D.C. and New Orleans (his home town) did not react to him as expected i.e. loads of them booed the shit out of him.
Craig Wilson, Brian Damage & Jamie Lithgow
In last week’s Top Five we looked at superstars we had high hopes for but were left disappointed. This week, our Top Five sees us flip that around and take a look at superstars we had low expectations of but who ended up exceeding them – some in quite spectacular fashion. Continue reading
Brian Damage, Jamie Lithgow & Craig Wilson
Fill yourself full of optimism and prepare to be disappointed. In today’s Top Five the team look at wrestlers past and present who appeared to have all the tools to be the next big thing but ultimately settled into mediocrity or disappeared into obscurity; It’s our top five wrestlers we thought would be more successful. Continue reading