It’s the first look at the Wrestle America magazine. In the magazine, the curse Papa Shango had on Ultimate Warrior is highlighted, a dream match between Bret Hart and Owen Hart, Jim Cornette in SMW, and the friendship between Nikita Koloff and Sting in WCW. Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: Bret Hart, Eddie Gilbert, Jerry Lawler, Jim Cornette, Kamala, Nikita Koloff, owen hart, Papa Shango, Sting, Ultimate Warrior, War Games
Tags: Bret Hart, Dino Bravo, Hulk Hogan, Kerry Von Erich, razor ramon, Ric Flair, rick rude, the undertaker, vader, WCW, WWF, yokozuna
The magazine features an interview with WCW World Champion Vader, Bret Hart being a fighting champion, Paul Bearer losing faith in the Undertaker, and Ric Flair being in the same company as Rick Rude, which should lead to a battle, right? Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: razor ramon, Scott Hall
Ten of the most memorable moments in the career of Scott Hall/Razor Ramon… Are they same on your list?
For myself, I’m going primarily on his run in wrestling from 1992 onwards. Lets be real, his WCW run in ’91 was, well, bad and I’ve never watched his AWA stuff, though his team with Hennig has gotten some praise amongst the people I mentioned this idea to. By the way, this is being written in the order in which it occurred in his career, not in terms of worst to best. So, here we go. Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: Bret Hart, ECW, razor ramon, Ric Flair, rick rude, Sabu, Sting, Undertaker, vader, WCW, WWF, yokozuna
Inside Wrestling April ’94 focuses on the Computer Challenge Tournament to see just who the best wrestler is. Yokozuna wanting to quit, but isn’t allowed to? Ric Flair talks regaining the WCW World Championship. Sting chats with Ron Simmons to see where his mind is at. Also, what is with Lex Luger not challenging for the WWF World Championship? Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: Andre The Giant, Bad News Brown, Elizabeth, Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage, Ted DiBiase, WWF
After the controversial finish between WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan and Andre the Giant at first ever Main Event program in February ’88, the WWF World Championship was held up and a tournament to crown a new champion was determined to take place at WrestleMania IV. The tournament favorites to be the new champion included Andre the Giant, Hulk Hogan and Ted DiBiase.
However, at the end of the night, thanks to a chair shot by Hulk Hogan across the back of DiBiase, Randy Savage walked out as the WWF World Champion after a top rope elbow drop. This marked the first reign for the Macho Man. Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: Bunkhouse Buck, cactus jack, Diesel, ECW, Jake Roberts, owen hart, Sabu, shawn michaels, Terry Funk, Undertaker, WCW, WWF
Inside this edition of the Wrestler, there is focus on Bunkhouse Buck, Owen Hart is examined, The experts believe that Diesel should wrestle Shawn Michaels at SummerSlam, a look at the Undertaker having two bodies but one soul. Also, Cactus Jack isn’t afraid to lose more body parts.
Lets take a look at the October ’94 edition of the Wrestler magazine! Read the rest of this entry »
It’s quite a loaded magazine this time around for the WWF Magazine with many top angles being addressed. Just on the cover you’re told there is an article promoting Bret Hart and Papa Shango, which had just started after SummerSlam. The newly debuting Razor Ramon has a feature with Randy Savage, and much more. Let’s see what’s fully inside, shall we? Read the rest of this entry »