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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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Rebooking The WWF: Week 23, 1994

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

Rebooking The WWF: Week 22, 1994

On RAW, Ted DiBiase continues to ruin the lives of the Hart Family. Scott Steiner battles Diesel in a KOTR qualifying match. On Superstars, The Undertaker has a message for Lex Luger. WWF Intercontinental Champion Rick Martel takes on Ron Simmons in a KOTR qualifying match. On Wrestling Challenge, number one contenders are crowned for the WWF Tag Team Championships in a battle royal! Read more

UPDATE!

The latest update to the blog features a few WWF house shows from 1994, SMW supercards, PWG and NJPW! Read more

Rebooking The WWF: Week 19, 1994 (MSG Event)

The latest week of Rebooking The WWF features a special MSG live event that saw Bret Hart square off against his rival, Ted DiBiase, inside a steel cage! Plus, King of the Rig qualifying matches! Read more

Inside The Magazine Volume #41: Inside Wrestling August 1985

In the magazine, Larry Zbyszko feuds with Tonga Kid. Why was WrestleMania both successful and unsuccessful. Baby Doll has her first interview in any wrestling publication regarding her relationship with Tully Blanchard. Gary Hart is obsessed with ending Chris Adams career. Read more

UPDATED!

The latest update to the blog includes WCW TV from 92,94 and 98. SMW TV from 1995. WWF Action Zone from 1995. WWF Heat from 2000. Read more

Inside The Magazine Volume #40: The Wrestler April ’96

DiBiase tries to avoid being a bust as a manager in the WWF. All the top stars in WCW can’t get along. Diesel might have crossed the wrong guy in the WWF. Diamond Dallas Page was one fear and it has to do with his past as a manager. Read more

UPDATE!

I’m going to make a better effort on getting more review updates onto here. I write a bunch of stuff and just stash them on here. It makes no sense. But, here is a pretty big update of reviews! Read more

Beat Me If You Can, Survive If I Let You

My earliest memory of Extreme Championship Wrestling came in January 1999. It was a Saturday morning, before noon, and I stumbled upon a man with a black towel over his face speaking into a camera about how he was going to beat Shane Douglas for the ECW World Championship. Over the years, I had kept up with ECW through Pro Wrestling Illustrated and magazines under that umbrella, but this was my first televised exposure. Read more