Royal Rumble: How Rumble Winners Fared in World Title Matches (1990s)

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Ever since 1988, the Royal Rumble has been one of WWE’s marquee pay-per-views, one of The Big Four that included WrestleMania, SummerSlam, and Survivor Series. Held annually in January of each year, it usually launches the Road to WrestleMania, and treats WWE fans to surprises and thrills in the most important battle royal of the […] READ MORE


Lucky 27: The Historic Royal Rumble Number

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When it comes to the WWE Royal Rumble, statistics matter. From the total number of eliminations in a single match to the cumulative time that a wrestler has spent in Rumbles throughout history, this is one event where stats are the most interesting. When it comes to numbers that can be described as historic, one […] READ MORE


The Lost (New) Generation: WWF’s Most Maligned Era

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The WWE has had multiple eras of greatness in it’s near 60-year history in sports entertainment. From its Golden Era in the 1960s with Bruno Sammartino, it’s Classic Era of the 1970s with Bob Backlund and “Superstar” Billy Graham, to the Rock N’ Wrestling Era of the 1980s, the WWE has transformed its image and […] READ MORE


#AndNEW: The WWE Championship at WrestleMania

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When it comes to WrestleMania, usually the show is built around the biggest championship in the company, the champion, and the challenger as they headline the show and sit in line to be the Main Event.  And with that has brought some of the greatest matches, moments, and victories in wrestling history. As the clock […] READ MORE


The Family Business: The Anoa’i and Harts

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Professional has always had a soft spot for familial lineage, both kayfabe and real. Throughout the industry’s storied history, families have dominated territories since almost the beginning – the Von Erichs, the Funks, the Vachons, the Guerreros, even the McMahons, who have owned the WWE (in some shape or form) for three generations (soon to […] READ MORE