Before They Were Famous: Tegan Nox

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All wrestlers have to start somewhere on the path to making their dreams a reality, whether it be a wrestling school, church basement, bingo hall, etc. From there, those wrestlers work their way up to the pinnacle of their dreams. For many, that’s a career in WWE. But sometimes the journey is just as important as […] READ MORE


Game Ongoing: Twenty Five Years of Triple H

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This week’s episode of SmackDown will be a little bit different to what we are used to.  The Friday night broadcast will be a celebration of Triple H‘s pro-wrestling career.  Specifically, it will be a celebration of Triple H’s WWE career – though you can find the pre-WWE portion of his career here.  On April […] READ MORE


Undertaker: Five Decades of The Deadman (Part 4)

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Welcome back to Undertaker: Five Decades of the Deadman.  Throughout this series, we have taken a celebratory walk through the career of The Undertaker.  At WrestleMania XXXVI this Sunday, Mark Calaway will have made it to five straight decades in the ring.  Each part of this five-part series has looked at a particular decade of […] READ MORE


Undertaker: Five Decades of The Deadman (Part 3)

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Welcome back to Undertaker: Five Decades of the Deadman.  This series has been chronicling the career of The Undertaker – who is set to make it five straight decades as a professional wrestler.  The last installment of this five-part series covered arguably the most active decade in the career of The Undertaker.  We dived into […] READ MORE


Undertaker: Five Decades of The Deadman (Part 2)

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Last week’s installment of this five-part series covered the early career of The Undertaker.  The lesser known 1980s portion of his career was explored; assessing the debut of one of the most significant professional wrestlers of all time.  Mark Calaway’s nearly-basketball career was covered, too.  This part of the series will be covering Undertaker’s most […] READ MORE




15 Years Later: JBL’s Rise to the WWE Main Event

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For a very long time, John Layfield was known in wrestling as simply, Bradshaw. Then in 2004 when the APA finally ended as Ron Simmons disappeared from WWE TV, Bradshaw got his chance. He would be rebranded as John “Bradshaw” Layfield, the character that would lead him to main event glory as a part of […] READ MORE