We pay tribute following the untimely death of The Ultimate Warrior, just days after he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame and appeared on RAW
So, it’s WrestleMania. The biggest show of the wrestling calendar. There was only on person in my mind who I could write a piece on for this month’s Superstar of the Month. That man has put on more top highly acclaimed matches at the event than anyone else. Yes, Mr. WrestleMania himself, Shawn Michaels.
Are you disillusioned by the current product from WWE and TNA? Don’t give up because there are plenty of other companies ready and waiting to reinvigorate your love of wrestling
On March 3 it was announced that Billy Robinson had passed away. This is a tribute to Billy Robinson, the legendary British wrestler and catch wrestler
Being that this month marks the ten year anniversary of Eddie winning what many people consider the biggest prize in all of wrestling, the WWE Championship, it seemed only right that we made him the Superstar of the Month.
Ever wondered what would have happened if the Royal Rumble was booked differently? Well we have had a try at rebooking the Royal Rumble in our latest countdown article for this years big event.
When Mae Young got into professional wrestling, the National Wrestling Alliance had not even formed yet. Nearly seventy-five years later she is still fondly in thoughts of people all over the world.
With the announcement of the Ultimate Warrior as the first member of the 2014 WWE Hall of Fame on last nights RAW comes questions as to who will follow him into the class of 2014. Our writers have each picked one person that they think are deserving and a little explanation for their choices.
Have you never watched Japanese wrestling? Never really known where to find it? Well, this is the article for you. Jimmy Wheeler and Tomohiro Tanaka conclude their top 50 countdown.
Have you never watched Japanese wrestling? Never really known where to find it? Well, this is the article for you. Jimmy Wheeler and Tomohiro Tanaka countdown their top 50 Japanese matches ever.
He was born in Pizzoferrato, Abruzzi, Italy on October 6, 1935. By 1950 he had moved to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, America where he took up weightlifting and also served in the U.S. Air Force once of the right age.
Jimmy Wheeler takes us way back in history as he continues his trip down memory lane with the Most Important Wrestlers (1890-1899)
Jimmy Wheeler reviews Adam Copeland’s book “Adam Copeland on Edge”. The story of Edge is told and we tell you if it’s worth the hard-earned cash.
It’s that time of the year when we all tune into the Thanksgiving tradition spectacular that is Survivor Series. Which means it must be time to take a look through the career of a wrestler worthy of being called The Wrestling Mania Superstar of the Month.
Jimmy Wheeler reviews Kit Bauman’s book “Hooker”. The story of Lou Thesz is told and we tell you if it’s worth the hard-earned cash.