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 …
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:
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