The Career Renaissance Of 2 Cold Scorpio

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Pro wrestling has long seen its share of comeback stories. Pro wrestlers who fell off the path of good health, or faded away after bad bookings, only to return to the spotlight years later with the adoration of a generation who grew up with them and reinvigorated by the opportunities with the day’s top stars. […] READ MORE


Christian’s TNA Debut: A Look Back

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Christian made his return to WWE at the Royal Rumble, a moment that left fans surprised after his career was cut short due to a history of concussions. As exciting as his WWE return was, they are not the only major company Christian has worked for. From 2005 to 2008, Christian was a mainstay in […] READ MORE



25 Years Later: Ric Flair Battles Randy Savage at WCW SuperBrawl VI

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When chronicling the most colorful, outspoken characters in professional wrestling, conversation must be made for “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair and “Macho Man” Randy Savage. Between Flair’s elegant robes in tandem with his displays of wealth and Savage’s colorful attires juxtaposed with his raspy promo style, few men in wrestling can boast the personalities they […] READ MORE


The Maine Event: 50 Years Ago Vince McMahon Became a Promoter

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Today, Vincent Kennedy McMahon – also known as Vince McMahon Jr., or simply “Mr. McMahon” – is a legend of the pro wrestling world. Both praised and vilified (and justifiable in both cases in many instances), Vince McMahon bought his father’s World Wide Wrestling Federation (WWWF) in 1982 and turned it into the World Wrestling […] READ MORE


The Pioneers: Regis Siki, The First “World Colored Wrestling Champion”

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The Pioneers is a new on-going series looking at some of the earliest pioneers of professional wrestling as we know it, from the wrestlers to promoters to trainers who helped shape professional wrestling around the world. This article looks at Reginald “Regis” Siki, the first man recorded as being the World Colored Heavyweight Champion during […] READ MORE



Hacksaw, The Natural & Doom: The Legacy of Butch Reed

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In sad news, the official Instagram of wrestling legend Butch Reed, who was a force in professional wrestling from the 1970s in the NWA, Mid-South, WWF, WCW, and beyond, revealed recently that the 66-year former pro wrestler had suffered two massive heart attacks since the beginning of 2021 and was now facing serious health issues. […] READ MORE


The Lost Royal Rumble: The Night Owen Hart Won It All

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The Royal Rumble has been an annual tradition in the WWE since it first debuted at a WWE Live Event in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada on January 24, 1988. While it was not televised as a Pay-Per-View, it was broadcast as a special on the USA Network, which saw “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan last eliminating One Man […] READ MORE


Looking Back at the Impact of Sting’s TNA Debut

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Sting‘s AEW debut sent shockwaves through the wrestling world. Although his AEW debut was a surprise to many, it wasn’t his first run outside of WCW or WWE. Sting’s TNA debut in the early 2000s and Final Resolution match/subsequent run turned a few heads towards the promotion. Let’s take a look back at how the […] READ MORE