FMW Alumni Tarzan Goto Passes Away


News has broken that Tarzan Goto, alumni of the infamous Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling (FMW), has passed away at the age of 58. Goto took part in some of the most incredible deathmatches in FMW’s history during his active career and continued to wrestle in various one-offs and FMW tribute shows until 2010, almost 30 years […] READ MORE

Dark Side of the Ring: Blood & Wire: Onita’s FMW – What We Learned


Dark Side of the Ring is here once more! Following on from last week’s tragic episode, which centered around the tragic life and death of Chris Kanyon, this week’s episode focused on an entire wrestling promotion: the Japanese, Atsushi Onita-founded Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling (FMW). A pioneering, deathmatch promotion which would inspire modern promotions such as […] READ MORE

Hideki Hosaka Passes Away Aged 49

Sad news out of Japan as Hideki Hosaka, known for his run in Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling (FMW), passed away on August 2 after battling cancer since 2019.  Hosaka was an amateur wrestler in high school before training with  Submission Arts Wrestling and competing for W*ING.  Like many from his era, Hosaka mixed some MMA with professional […] READ MORE

Jackie Moore: Equal Opportunity Ass-Kicker


Miss Jackie Moore, known by many names over the years, debuted in wrestling in 1988. She had met Skandor Akbar at a local gym in her hometown of Dallas, TX. Jackie was also Akbar’s only female student. As Sweet Georgia Brown, she made her debut in the promotion World Class Championship Wrestling (WCCW). Also under […] READ MORE

Remembering Vitín: The Victor Quiñones Story


Victor Quiñones is the author of many wrestling promotions and responsible for launching wrestling careers of many wrestling superstar. Victor Quiñones 12-year anniversary of his death was last month, and the wrestling business as a whole – specially Puerto Rico – still misses its trailblazing rebel. READ MORE