What has Robbie “The Stro” Kellum been up to the past few years? Bill Apter caught up with him and you will learn about what he’s up to in the pro wrestling business, movies, music, and more — including being a guest on an upcoming tribute to Jim Cornette! Read more.
This is shaping up to be quite an event … Read more.
On Saturday, March 7, 2015, Masters of Ring Entertainment will be producing their first ever Pro Wrestling Fan Expo from 10 AM – 5 PM featuring pro wrestling stars from the past, present and future. There will also be special interactive fan exhibits, exhibition wrestling matches featuring up and coming independent pro wrestling stars and much more… Read more.
Kayfabe Commentaries and Jim Cornette are proud to announce that the new shoot-series “Back to the Territories” will head into production this month for it’s inaugural season. The series, produced by Kayfabe Commentaries (YouShoot, Guest Booker, Timeline: The History of WWE) and co-written by Jim Cornette will take viewers back to the dozens of pro wrestling territories of the past, with one territory to be featured per episode of the series… Read more.
Bill and Ray talk about the brutal match between The Rock and Mankind. They also discuss NWA War Games as well as this weeks “Dream Match” of the week between the Hart Foundation vs The Midnight Express! Read more.
Jay Shannon shares his wild experiences in The Big Easy during the first week-endin April. He even shares some of his photos from two different wrestling conventions. Read more.
London, England: Fighting Spirit Magazine has released Jim Cornette’s latest magazine column following the news of his change of role in Ring of Honor. The column deals with several comments made in the previous issue of FSM by writer Michael Campbell… 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: