Time for one of the most successful tag teams of all time: the Outsiders. Continue Reading »Wrestler of the Day – October 20: Outsiders
Today we have one of WCW’s best known jobbers: Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker. Continue Reading »Wrestler of the Day – October 19: Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker
Today is a guy who had some very different gimmicks: Barry Darsow. Continue Reading »Wrestler of the Day – October 18: Barry Darsow
I would totally wear some of these. Some are really easy jokes but others are amazing.
Date: May 27, 1999
Location: North Charleston Coliseum, North Charleston, South Carolina
Commentators: Mike Tenay, Larry Zbyszko
Believe it or not things are looking up just a bit in WCW. The most recent Nitro was just a disaster instead of the worst show ever. There is an interesting story coming up with the old guard not being happy with the lack of respect they’ve been getting from the younger crowd, which led to Benoit and Malenko turning on Flair earlier this week. Let’s get to it. Continue Reading »Thunder – May 27, 1999: Well…..It Was Better
Today is someone who stayed around for the better part of ever: the Barbarian. Continue Reading »Wrestler of the Day – October 17: Barbarian
Whiskey! Oscar! Tango! Delta! Today is Shield. Continue Reading »Wrestler of the Day: Shield
Date: October 17, 2014
Location: Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center, Birmingham, Alabama
Commentators: Tom Phillips, Michael Cole, John Bradshaw Layfield
We now have the obvious PPV main events set and for some reason the question is which match goes on last. I can defend a lot of what they do with Cena but there is almost no justification for Rollins vs. Ambrose not going on last. It has a story and the constant interference makes the Cell appropriate. Orton vs. Cena is happening because of history that people are tired of, Orton wanting a match and the calendar saying it’s time for the Cell. Let’s get to it. Continue Reading »Smackdown – October 17, 2014: Not Even Kane?
He’s doing commentary for some of his classic matches on his podcast. The first one up is from Wrestlemania X7 with Austin vs. Rock. It’s basically him talking about the psychology behind the match or what they were shooting for or little things to look for that you wouldn’t see otherwise. This kind of stuff is fascinating and something that has a fortune to be made from wrestling geeks. Check this out if you’re a fan of wrestling and want to get deeper into psychology.
On a wrestler named Lord Zoltan. Yeah I don’t know much about him either.
Stuff like that always blows my mind.