Royal Rumble: How Rumble Winners Fared in World Title Matches (2000s)

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In Part One of our look at how Royal Rumble winners have fared in their World title opportunities at WrestleMania, we examined the winners from the 1990s, starting with the 1993 victory of Yokozuna. While the Royal Rumble originally began in 1988, it wasn’t until 1993’s edition that the new stipulation of the Rumble winner […] READ MORE


Booyaka Booyaka 619: 30 Years of Rey Mysterio

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Today is the 30th Anniversary of Rey Mysterio’s debut into professional wrestling, as he continues to carry on his legacy of not only the greatest luchador of all time but quite possibly the greatest wrestler to ever dawn a mask in the world of pro wrestling. The impact Rey Mysterio has had on pro wrestling […] READ MORE


25 Years Ago: The Super J-Cup Is Born

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On April 16, 1994, in Tokyo, Japan, there arrived a wrestling summit of huge consequence. The brainchild of New Japan Pro Wrestling‘s Jushin ‘Thunder’ Liger, then an emerging star in New Japan’s young Junior Heavyweight division (it was less than a decade old, having been started in 1986). Liger, at the time in his sixth […] READ MORE


Biggest Winners In WWE Draft/ Superstar Shake-up History

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When the brand split was brought back in 2016, the excitement of the WWE Draft returned into fans hearts as both Raw and SmackDown LIVE would have separate rosters for the first time since really 2011.  And while some fans may not be fans of the multiple championships and difficulty behind keeping two rosters apart, […] READ MORE



#AndNEW: The WWE Intercontinental Championship at WrestleMania

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WrestleMania is almost here which means champions and challengers will go at it in hopes of achieving their dreams by being champion when WrestleMania goes off air. Two championships have been a key part since the very beginning of WrestleMania, bringing the companies best male wrestlers in history together to hopefully achieve their dreams of […] READ MORE




The SmackDown 6: The Six Men Who Saved SmackDown

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When former ECW owner and promoter Paul Heyman took over the lead writer position for SmackDown in 2002, the Blue Brand was barely surviving. Despite a strong debut in 1999, by 2002, the secondary show had become an afterthought for many WWE fans. RAW was still doing well with the fan base suffering from a […] READ MORE


Shane Douglas Forms New Triple Threat?

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This past Saturday night at House of Hardcore 35, ECW icon and House of Hardcore (HOH) founder Tommy Dreamer was defeated in a First Blood match against Joey Mercury, but it was the events that transpired at the matches conclusion that have everyone talking. The previous night, at HOH 34, Dreamer tagged with fellow ECW […] READ MORE