A Failed Heel Turn: Turning Da Man Into A Bad Guy

Posted: October 23, 2014 by Bob Colling in Uncategorized
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The world of professional wrestling always needs a little bit of shock. A surprising moment that fans had not expected but had always wanted to see. Unforuntely, WCW had a hard time understanding that concept. Read the rest of this entry »

Bryan Clark: A Mishandled Talent

Posted: October 15, 2014 by Bob Colling in Uncategorized
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At 6’6’’ and 290lbs, Bryan Clark would have seemed to have been the perfect size to have a lengthy, successful run in professional wrestling. Sure, he wrestled from 1989 to 2003, but along way Clark had many of missed opportunities. Read the rest of this entry »

UPDATED!

Posted: October 14, 2014 by Bob Colling in Uncategorized

A pretty big update to the blog as Superstars 1992, ECW 1995 super cards, WCW Saturday Night from 1998 & 1999, WWF RAW & Smackdown from 2002, WCW Worldwide from 1995 & 1996, WCW Nitro & Thunder from 1999, NWA-TNA Weekly PPVs from 2003 and ROH shows from 2014! Read the rest of this entry »

King Mabel Push: Was It That Awful?

Posted: October 11, 2014 by Bob Colling in Uncategorized
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Beginning in 1994, the World Wrestling Federation started to promote a “New Generation” of talent to combat their rival organization, World Championship Wrestling, who was promoting older stars that had made a name for themselves in the WWF previously. Read the rest of this entry »

Reliving A Feud #24: Bret Hart vs. Goldberg In WCW ’99-00

Posted: October 10, 2014 by Bob Colling in Uncategorized
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Upon arriving to World Championship Wrestling in November 1997, Bret Hart had been lost in the shuffle of politics consuming the once promising company. Unsure of how to use the Hitman, often months saw Bret Hart sitting at home for several pay per views and just being wasted away by the company. Read the rest of this entry »

Are You Ready… For a Revolution? WCW Wasn’t

Posted: October 5, 2014 by Bob Colling in Uncategorized

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From 1994 to 1998, World Championship Wrestling relied on wrestlers who, for the most part, made a name for themselves in the competitive promotion, World Wrestling Federation. They signed Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage during the year of 1994 and the signings of Kevin Nash (Diesel) and Scott Hall (Razor Ramon) in 1996 propelled WCW to never before seen popularity. Read the rest of this entry »

What If Lex Luger Won The WWF World Championship?

Posted: October 2, 2014 by Bob Colling in Uncategorized

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With Hulk Hogan leaving the World Wrestling Federation in the summer of 1993, Vince McMahon believed that he needed a new, younger version of the Hulkster. Read the rest of this entry »