Has Moppy Been Alive the Entire Time? A Perry Saturn Kayfable

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(DISCLAIMER: Kayfables are stories we write a few times a year that connects pro wrestling incidents or storylines according to what the kayfabe of the occurrences could mean if the world of professional wrestling’s stories were true. These are similar to how many wrestling magazines from the 1970s through the 1990s ran, such as Pro Wrestling Illustrated and […] READ MORE



Colt Cabana Joins Marty Scurll for CWA’s Puerto Rico Biggest Show

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Last week, Championship Wrestling Association announced on their television show that Ring of Honor star Colt Cabana for their biggest show. Cabana became the second ROH star – Marty Scurll being the first – announced to wrestle at CWA‘s Christmas Showdown in Puerto Rico Convention Center.  cwa ¡Nos vemos el 16 de diciembre en el Histórico […] READ MORE


A Luchador, A Priest And An Orphanage: The Story of Fray Tormenta

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With the recent re-emergence of Sami Zayn‘s former persona El Generico on Twitter after a five year absence, everyone is suddenly reminded of Generico’s departure from the indie scene, where he “returned home” to Mexico, retiring from wrestling to run an orphanage. But while this seems to mirror the 2006 comedy film, Nacho Libre, starring […] READ MORE


El Generico Is Alive: The Resurrection of a Lucha Saint

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Thirty minutes prior to the opening of Monday Night Raw, the wrestling world was stunned to discover that a lucha libre legend long thought dead was in fact alive. For the first time in years, the Twitter account of El Generico came back to life. The activation comes coincidentally just days after his former tag […] READ MORE


The Canada 150, Part 10: Tarzan Tyler to Sami Zayn

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The tenth and final part in our 10-part series looking at 150 Canadian names in pro wrestling, in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday. Part 10 of the Canada 150, an alphabetical listing of Canadians’ impact on pro wrestling from the 1900’s to today. TARZAN TYLER Montreal’s Tarzan Tyler began wrestling in the 1950’s in Quebec, […] READ MORE