It’s the first time looking at a WCW magazine, and boy, it’s a long one. There’s some interesting information throughout and plenty of material. (more…)
Posts Tagged ‘lex luger’
Tags: Billy Kidman, Bobby Heenan, buff bagwell, Ernest Miller, Goldberg, Hulk Hogan, jeff jarrett, lex luger, Ready To Rumble, Ric Flair, Sting, Tank Abbott, Three Count, UFC, Vampiro, WCW, WCW Magazine
Tags: Dark Patriot, Elizabeth, Harley Race, Hulk Hogan, IRS, Jake Roberts, lex luger, Marcus Alexander Bagwell, Randy Savage, Ric Flair, Sid Justice, Sting, Ted DiBiase, The Patriot, Tony Atlas, vader, WCW, WWF
In the next installment of Inside The Magazine, I take a look at the June ’92 edition of Inside Wrestling. Undertaker turning on Jake Roberts and the impact of that is heavily discussed. Harley Race forming his own stable of men similar to the Dangerous Alliance, IRS and Ted DiBiase winning the tag titles, Sting shares his thoughts on his WCW World Championship victory. Plus, who will be the first megastar in the post-Hogan era? Marcus Alexander Bagwell sits down for an interview in Hotseat. Tony Atlas is sick of WWF castoffs and lastly there is a one on one interview between the Patriot and the Dark Patriot. (more…)
Tags: Bret Hart, brian pillman, Chris Benoit, Chris Jericho, Dean Malenko, Diamond Dallas Page, ECW, Eddy Guerrero, Goldut, HHH, Hulk Hogan, jeff jarrett, ken shamrock, lex luger, Mankind, owen hart, Randy Savage, Roddy Piper, Scott Taylor, Shane Douglas, steve austin, Syxx, The Giant, Undertaker, vader, WCW, WWF
Top Ten in WWF takes on the top ten in WCW with the writers voting on who’d win. Plus, Eddy Guerrero may broken apart the Guerrero family forever. Brian Christopher sits down for a Q&A. Plus, much more! (more…)
Tags: Booker T, Bret Hart, Chris Benoit, Chris Jericho, Curt Hennig, Dean Malenko, Diamond Dallas Page, Eddie Guerrero, Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash, lex luger, Randy Savage, raven, Scott Hall, Scott Steiner, Sting, The Giant, WCW
The tide is beginning to turn on the Monday Night Wars, but WCW still is producing good pay per view numbers and there is still interest in the bouts presented. The following month we finally had the conclusion to the Sting vs. Hogan feud with Sting finally prevailing as the WCW World Heavyweight Champion and his feud with the New World Order continues on. This is the fourth installment of UnCensored which had the premise of there being no rules and anything goes throughout the night.
Tags: Bret Hart, lex luger, Randy Savage, razor ramon, shawn michaels, WWF, yokozuna
At the end of 1992 the World Wrestling Federation entered a new era… the New Generation. The focus was on younger wrestlers instead of the old names such as Hulk Hogan. That wouldn’t exactly last all that long in ’93, but they at least tried. The ’93 installment guarantees the winner of the Royal Rumble match a WWF World Championship match at WrestleMania IX in April.
The show features the end of a year long grudge that was rediscovered at the end of ’92, pay per view debuts and the beginning of the hype for WrestleMania IX.
Tags: arn anderson, Chris Benoit, Diamond Dallas Page, Eddie Guerrero, Giant, jeff jarrett, Jim Duggan, Kevin Nash, lex luger, Rey Mysterio Jr., Scott Hall, Sting, Syxx, WCW
The fourteenth installment of Would You Go To This Show brings us to Little Rock, Arkansas for a World Championship Wrestling live event. The event took place on January 3rd, and has a rather interesting main event.
A little bit of a background before looking at the card. The New World Order is full steam ahead with Hogan, Nash and Hall dominating the company. Sting hasn’t competed in a match since September and was routinely up in the rafters. As you’ll see for the show, there was a lot of changes shortly after the show, which I’ll touch upon. (more…)
Tags: Bam-Bam Bigelow, Bob Backlund, Bret Hart, Diesel, jeff jarrett, Lawrence Taylor, lex luger, owen hart, razor ramon, shawn michaels, Undertaker, WrestleMania, WWF, yokozuna
The World Wrestling Federation by 1995 was pretty much at an all time low in terms of excitement and quality programming. Despite hitting a low point, the company was able to stir up some interest in their biggest event of the year. The event took place on April 2nd, 1995 in Hartford, CT with an attendance of 16,305.