Posted: December 6, 2016 by Bob Colling in Uncategorized
Tags: Cody Hawk, Dean Ambrose, HWA
Jon Moxley (Dean Ambrose)
Over ten years ago and now I’m finally getting around to watching this match. Back in 2006, I had stumbled upon the Heartland Wrestling Association online and they had an internet show name Adrenaline. I’m not sure how or why I tuned into it but there I was watching it. On this show, I saw a feud between Jon Moxley (aka Dean Ambrose) and Cody Hawk. It was heated and was promoted as the top feud in the company. I remember the company promoting an internet pay per view. Yeah, there was an internet pay per view back in 2006.
That show was CyberClash and it would feature a steel cage between Jon Moxley and his trainer/mentor, Cody Hawk to settle their feud once and for all.
March 19th, 2006 from Cincinnati, Ohio… Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: December 3, 2016 by Bob Colling in Uncategorized
Tags: Crowbar, ECWA, Sean Carr
September 24th, 2016 saw ECWA Heavyweight Champion Sean Carr signed on to defend the championship against Devon Storm, also known as Crowbar from WCW fame. Carr has held the ECWA Heavyweight Championship for nearly 300-days leading into the event. Carr is an arrogant, yet successful ECWA Champion.
Storm had competed in the first three ECWA Super 8 Tournaments and been a key part of the booming independents in the late 90s to early 2000s. ECWA wrote an article prior to the match asking if we’d get the hardcore lunatic Crowbar or the lightweight champion who outwrestled everyone.
Recently, I wrote an article highlighting Sean Carr… which can be read HERE. Lets get to the match, which took place in Woodbury Heights, New Jersey. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: December 1, 2016 by Bob Colling in Uncategorized
Tags: Kane, Paul Bearer, the undertaker, WWE
Siblings alway bicker and fight, but in this instance it is super human siblings who hated, loved, hated and loved each other for nearly fifteen years on WWE television. It’s one of the more memorable feuds to ever happen in the WWE as it happened during the peak time I was ever interested in the product. Join me as I relive the feud between the Undertaker and Kane. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: November 30, 2016 by Bob Colling in Uncategorized
Tags: 2CW, ECWA, Sean Carr
Awhile back I wrote an article… You Should Know The Name… Colin Delaney, and it was met with great feedback and several people telling me they were completely unaware of what Delaney had accomplished since his WWE run nearly a decade ago. This time around, I’m going to suggest all wrestling fans get familiar with a guy who has yet to make a splash nationally, and that man is “Hybrid” Sean Carr. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: November 29, 2016 by Bob Colling in Uncategorized
Tags: ECW, Gangstas, Hulk Hogan, Kama, Public Enemy, Ric Flair, Ultimate Warrior, Undertaker, vader, Waylon Mercy, WCW, WWF
Highlighted in the magazine is the issues between Vader and the duo of Arn Anderson & Ric Flair. Paul Bearer tried to recruit Kama to join the Undertaker? The Ultimate Warrior is coming for Renegade? The Gangstas invade Public Enemy’s turf and much more! Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: November 16, 2016 by Bob Colling in Uncategorized
Tags: Christian, Dudley Boys, Jazz, Jerry Lawler, Kane, La Resistance, Maven, Molly Holly, Randy Orton, Ric Flair, Rob Van Dam, Scott Steiner, shawn michaels, Test, Triple H, Trish Stratus, Val Venis, WWE
This time around I take a look at a World Wrestling Entertainment house show that took place on August 29th, 2003 in Memphis, Tennessee. It’s a RAW brand show, so the major angles are Goldberg chasing after WWE World Heavyweight Champion Triple H, Kane has been unmasked and tormenting his former best friend, Rob Van Dam.
Do we get a Goldberg appearance? Lets check out the show and see if it’s something we’d go to looking back at it. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: November 3, 2016 by Bob Colling in Uncategorized
October 12th, 1992 in Saskatoon saw WWF World Champion Ric Flair defend the championship against Bret Hart. Flair had just regained the championship from Randy Savage a month prior in Pennsylvania and had been the top heel in the WWF since his arrival in late 1991. Meanwhile, Bret Hart had developed a stellar singles career highlighted by two WWF Intercontinental Championship reigns. Hart had lost the WWF Intercontinental Championship to the British Bulldog at SummerSlam in Wembley.
The match is random since they hadn’t had any kind of interaction prior, so there isn’t anything behind the match. Thus, it would make fans think it would be a showcase for Flair in a competitive match with a younger on the rise superstar like Bret Hart. Oh, it was competitive alright, just way more than any probably expected. Read the rest of this entry »