New Jack, Mustafa & D’Lo Brown… the Gangstas
Smoky Mountain Wrestling was founded in 1991 with television being aired starting in 1992. The company was a regional company that toured Tennessee, Kentucky, West Virginia, Virginia and North Carolina. Jim Cornette was responsible for the day to day operations.
Fans in the South believed in wrestling and it was presented in a very old school manner. The good guys always did the right thing and the heels were cheaters. There wasn’t much of an in-between. There would be times where fans would turn a wrestler from heel to good (Dirty White Boy) or from good to bad (Brian Lee), but for the most part SMW kept it by the books from 1992 to the summer of 1994. There weren’t many risks… Read more
WWF House Shows from ’93 and ’94, SMW TV from ’94, ECW House Shows from ’95-’97, and PWX 2016 show! Read more
The newest update to the blog features RAW & Smackdown reviews from 2002, SMW 1993 TV reviews, ECW super card reviews from 1996, ECW house show form 1996, and a WWE MSG house show from 2008! Read more
Tracy Smothers and Dirty White Boy had a brutal feud for the SMW Heavyweight Championship in 1993.
Since the beginning of Smoky Mountain Wrestling in February 1992, Dirty White Boy was the top heel act in the company alongside his manager Ron Wright. White Boy’s main objective was to earn enough money for Wright, who was in a wheelchair. With enough money, Wright would be able to get proper treatment for his injuries and perhaps get back in the ring.
So, when Dirty White Boy finally won the SMW Heavyweight Championship from Brian Lee at Fire On The Mountain on August 8th, 1992, everything was lined up for the Dirty White Boy and Ron Wright. Most fans despised them for raving about the North and constantly bragging about the New York Yankees and degrading the South. For many months, there wasn’t anyone who could standup to White Boy. Read more
The newest update to the blog has four house shows from the WWF from 1992 – 2003, SMW TV from May and June 1993, RAW 1996 is all posted with the December shows and three TNA weekly PPVs from 2003! Read more
A new update to the blog featuring SMW ’93, TNA ’03, a couple of 2CW shows, ECW ’95 & ’97 and a few other independent shows! Read more
An ECW update from 2000 and a SMW update from 1992! Read more
1993 marked the third installment of the PWI 500. The previous two years saw Hulk Hogan and Sting win the number one spot respectively. Hogan being a star from the 80s and Sting being a rising star for WCW since the late 80s. 1993 would see a new face of the WWF rise up the ranks to take the number one spot.
The grading period appeared to be from August 1st, 1992 to July 31st, 1993.
To view the complete list of where wrestlers landed, check that out HERE.
Now, here are the notable rankings for the year 1993. Read more