This update is thirteen show reviews. SMW from 1993 covering five episodes, WCW Saturday Night from May 1992 and three episodes of TNA weekly pay per views! Continue reading
At the end of 1991, a new stable of wrestlers named the Dangerous Alliance stormed into World Championship Wrestling led by Paul E. Dangerously. He recruited top wrestlers Rick Rude, Steve Austin, Bobby Eaton, Arn Anderson and Larry Zbyszko to form one of the best stables in wrestling history. It wouldn’t take long before the group would hold several of the top titles in the company.
The main attraction for the show was the WCW World Championship showdown between former friends as champion Lex Luger defended against Sting. The show took place on February 29th in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Slammiversary XIII features a non-sanctioned match between Magnus and James Storm. Davey Richards and Austin Aries compete in singles action. The main event is the return of the King of the Mountain match as Matt Hardy, Drew Galloway, Eric Young, Bobby Roode and the returning Jeff Jarrett all do battle to win the TNA King of the Mountain Championship Continue reading
By the fall of 1991, the Ultimate Warrior had left the WWF in a controversial fashion and Sid Justice had made his debut for the company after having been in WCW for a few years. In Springfield, MA Sid replaced Warrior in the main event six man tag attraction. Would the replacement and rest of the card entice you to attend the show? Continue reading
On July 12th 1992, Big Van Vader won the WCW World Heavyweight Championship when he defeated Sting at the Great American Bash. It was widely considered that it was time for Vader to have a lengthy title run and establish himself. That time would come in 1993, but not in 1992. Continue reading
Maybe, you’ve never seen a Japanese Wrestling pay-per-view. Maybe, you’re not even remotely familiar with the product or its talents. Maybe, you find the language barrier to be too great. Whatever the case may be, I absolutely promise you one thing, none of that matters. Wrestle Kingdom 9 is a must-watch. Let me tell you why. Continue reading
In late 1990, Brian Knobbs and Jerry Sags competed in a tag team match agains the Steiner Brothers at Halloween Havoc for World Championship Wrestling. They put on a good showing against the popular tag team, so much so that they bailed on WCW and headed North to the World Wrestling Federation where they would have an up and down tenure. Continue reading