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World Class Championship Wrestling TV 01/09/1982

On this edition of World Class Championship Wrestling, Kerry Von Erich takes on The Great Kabuki in singles action. Plus, Arman Hussein and Tim Brooks battle Tom Shaft and José Lothario in the main event, Kevin Von Erich faces Carlos Zapata, and more!

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Rebooking 2CW: Show #1 2006

Squared Circle Wrestling was a local promotion here in Syracuse, NY that ran in Syracuse, Binghamton, Rochester, Oswego, Watertown, Elmira, Roma, Utica, Ithaca, Auburn, and Amsterdam. They had shows from April 2006 to December 2015. You’ll see on the site that I’ve reviewed several of their shows. Well, to go along with my Rebooking of WWF series, I’ve decided to publish my rebooking of 2CW. I figured it could be fun to do this and see what could develop. With this project, I’ll be keeping it fairly believable. If a wrestler is available to be used, they are fair game. You will not see contracted WWE guys randomly appearing. If someone I’m using got signed in real life, that would apply to what I’m doing. So, it could get interested if I’m not paying attention. Some guys will be brought in sooner than they originally came into the company. Instead of beginning in April 2006, I’ll begin in January. Hope you enjoy the series. Read more

World Class Championship Wrestling TV 01/02/1982

On this edition of World Class Championship Wrestling, Kerry and Kevin Von Erich take on the duo of Arman Hussein and Tim Brooks in a tag team match main event. Plus, The Great Kabuki in action, Big Daddy Bundy goes one-on-one with The Monk, and much more!

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Rebooking The WWF: Week 24, 1994

The final week before the 1994 King of the Ring pay per view! Read more

Inside The Magazine Volume #43: PWI June ‘86

Find out what’s going on in the June 1986 installment of Pro Wrestling Illustrated! Read more

UPDATED!

The latest update to the blog features a bunch of independent wrestling show reviews! Read more

Mark Jindrak: Evolution Passed Him By

It was once an urban legend that Mark Jindrak was penciled in to be part of the heel stable Evolution in 2003. At the time, Triple H was the leading man on the RAW brand and was looking to create his own Four Horsemen stable. Originally, the group was going to consist of Triple H, Ric Flair, Randy Orton and Batista. However, Batista was slowed by injuries and his spot was up for grabs. Jindrak was seen as a perfect fit, but as noted in the Ruthless Aggression documentary series on the WWE Network, his immaturity prevented his big break. Read more

Inside The Magazine Volume #42: Inside Wrestling August ’92

Checkout the latest installment of Inside The Magazine with the August 1992 publication of Inside Wrestling!

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A Journey Through Memphis: December 1986

The ending of the year in Memphis focuses on tension between former allies and the continued rise of the Downtown Connection. Read more

Rebooking The WWF: Week 23, 1994

This week features a special televised Boston Gardens show! Read more