A time when the Hulkster and Stinger were friends.
For some reason I’ve been really interested in watching World Championship Wrestling from the late summer to early fall of 1999. This would be right around the time that the company was obsessed with bringing in musical acts to play on Nitro and Kevin Nash had “retired” after a loss at Road Wild in August.
It’s also the last several months that Eric Bischoff was in control of the company. The last major program that occurred on his watch was a WCW World Heavyweight Championship feud involving Hulk Hogan, who had just gotten back into the red and yellow, against his on again off again friend, Sting. Continue reading
It’s the term that every tag team will experience at some point in time. It’s in reference to when the popular tag team known as the Rockers, which consisted of Shawn Michaels and Marty Jannetty, broke up and went into the singles ranks. Both men were very talented, but Michaels was the one who achieved higher acclaim while his former partner and friend drifted into obscurity.
Sure, it happened to Jannetty, but throughout history it has happened to seemingly every tag team that has ever been formed. The team will be successful, but when they breakup, only one man achieves anything in the singles ranks.
In this column, which will likely be broken up into several pieces because of so many tag teams, I’ll look at five tag teams shed light on who succeeded, and who dropped down the card. Continue reading
Impact ratings, Daniel Bryan supposed to be a gay character?, Brock Lesnar, your Wrestler of the Year? Continue reading
1993 marked the third installment of the PWI 500. The previous two years saw Hulk Hogan and Sting win the number one spot respectively. Hogan being a star from the 80s and Sting being a rising star for WCW since the late 80s. 1993 would see a new face of the WWF rise up the ranks to take the number one spot.
The grading period appeared to be from August 1st, 1992 to July 31st, 1993.
To view the complete list of where wrestlers landed, check that out HERE.
Now, here are the notable rankings for the year 1993. Continue reading
With over 23,000 votes, the feud between Randy Savage and Diamond Dallas Page was voted as the Feud of the Year by Pro Wrestling Illustrated readers for 1997. Continue reading
Quick reaction to what happened on RAW on 1/5, and a dream match happening that may be happening five years too late. Continue reading
Can Daniel Bryan win the Rumble?
The first edition of the revamped Colling’s Corner talks about the Royal Rumble, GFW show this weekend, Alberto El Patron ROH’s debut and the return of Impact Wrestling to television, plus more! Continue reading