It was a rare and great moment and 1Wrestling.com was there! Read more.
Curtis Axel got a shot at John Cena and it was Bret Hart Appreciation Night (but only if you have the WWE App). Read more.
It was a return to the home of the Montreal Screwjob with Bret Hart in the building. But it was all over-shadowed by a health crisis for Jerry Lawler. I have the latest update on Lawler at the end of my column. Read more.
It was not a happy occasion … Read more.
Arda Ocal (@arda_ocal) of theScore Television Network and the Baltimore Sun spoke with WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart (@BretHart)… Read more.
Nashville’s own Crossfire Wrestling is heading into the weekend of the biggest event of the summer.
This Saturday night, Nashville’s own Crossfire Wrestling will be headed to the Tennessee State Fairgrounds Sports Arena with crowning of a new Crossfire Wrestling Champion and an very special appearance by WWE Hall of Fame legend Bret “Hitman” Hart… Read more.
“[Vince] told me to pick anybody I wanted, I said ‘I’ll pick Shawn’ because I was good friends with Shawn back then. I went to Shawn and said ‘We’re going to do a ladder match’ and he didn’t know what it was either. I tried to explain it to him. I knew it was a million dollar idea. Once I showed him how to do it I knew it would be a great idea” … “And then Shawn stole then idea from me… Read more.
Just hours after the news broke, Bill Apter talks to Bret Hart about the “Macho Man” Randy Savage … Read more.
Jim Cornette is a wrestling purist, old-school almost to a fault. So it makes sense that he’d know plenty about finishes, angles, booking wrestlers, and writing television — all ages-old staples of the wrestling business. But in the latest edition of the shoot DVD series “Timeline: The History of WWE”, which has gone onsale today at www.kayfabecommentaries.com, he tackles the year 1997 and deals with yet another old-school promoter’s concept: