There was a time, long before sports entertainment and the WWE Universe, when men who wore masks spread terror and wreaked havoc throughout the professional wrestling world.
Masked wrestlers and masked tag teams dotted the landscape and were an integral part of the business… Read more.
Two monsters battled. If Abyss lost he must join “Immortal!” Read more.
Brock Lesnar announced his retirement from UFC tonight just moments after losing by TKO in the 1st round of his return fight against Alistair Overeem… Read more.
Since I attended the AWE Night of Legends Pay-Per-View last month, I have really started to watch videos and documentaries on wrestling from the 90s and early 2000s, when I watched it weekly. Although I do not watch it now, wrestling was a huge part of my childhood.
One of the writers I worked with at Philly Sports Port, Dan Cymerman, also has a passion for wrestling and he and I have decided to choose our top 10 wrestlers from that time period. Who made both of our lists? You can find out by checking here every day as I release two of our picks until we reach number one. So let’s start things off with our #10 and #9…
Brandon Apter reporting …
Greg “The Hammer” Valentine, Winter and a 25-person Reno Rumble helped the Reno indy group celebrate their 2-year anniversary. Read more.
Which one was unable to continue for the 10 count? Read more.
The Rocky Marciano/BULLYING…We’re Kickin’ It National Campaign, a unique and
aggressive course of action designed to enhance students’ lives by improving the
overall school and social climate, ensuring a safe and healthy environment by
providing programs, scholarships, resources, assistance, guidance and support. Read more.
Jay Shannon looks back at some of his most memorable experiences during his time with 1Wrestling.com Read more.
What happened on the first SmackDown after Night of Champions?
Paul Wein reporting… Read more.