Craig Wilson, John Carbery, Jamie Lithgow
This past week marked the twentieth anniversary of the 13th instalment of WrestleMania. In today’s Sunday Sermon we cast our eyes back to that event and judge how important, in the grand scheme of things, that show was to the future of the WWE. Continue reading
Welcome to part four of our History of the WWF Intercontinental Title. In part three, we looked at the title’s history from the start of 1983 through to late 1984. Today, we pick up with Tito Santana as champion but with a new challenge, in the shape of Greg Valentine, right around the corner. Continue reading
Jamie Lithgow, John Carbery and Brian Damage
With Wrestlemania XXXIII fast approaching today we pause for breath to reflect on the fact that it has been 30 years since Wrestlemania III; regarded as the pinnacle of the 1980s boom period in wrestling. Mixing new school with old school, in today’s Sunday Sermon we try to recast the performers on this seminal show with modern-day WWE Superstars. Can anyone on the current roster do justice to the roles of Hogan, Andre, Savage and Steamboat? Or, has the product evolved so much that such comparisons are no longer even possible?
Earl Marx, Brian Damage, John Carbery & Jamie Lithgow
Today we continue our run of WrestleMania themed Top 5 posts, however this week we shall cast our eye over the more regrettable moments from ‘The Showcase of The Immortals’. Yes, it’s our Top 5 WrestleMania mistakes.
Craig Wilson, Jamie Lithgow, Brian Damage, John Carbery, Amerigo Diehl & Earl Marx
In today’s Sunday Sermon we go old-school and take a look at some of the biggest moments and superstars in the history of the business. Moments that have changed wrestling for the good and superstars that have revolutionised the business. Continue reading
Jamie Lithgow and John Carbery
In last week’s Top Five we looked at the best WrestleMania matches from the Hulkamania era. We follow that up today by looking at the best matches to feature on the events during the New Generation and Attitude Eras.
Today we have part 2 of our look at the history of the Intercontinental title. In part 1, we looked at the background of the title, the fictional tournament to crown the inaugural champion as well as Ken Patera’s reign with the gold. We pick up today with Pantera as champion but the returning Pedro Morales set to challenge him and run through to the end of 1982. Continue reading