Here in Episode 7 of 1Wrestling Goes OldSchool: Big Ray and Billy Ray review the Wrestling With Shadows DVD. We also talk Stone Cold Steve Austin vs Bret Hart as well as our Dream Match Of The Week! Read more.
Here in Episode 6 of 1Wrestling Goes Old-School: Big Ray & Bill Schuyler review The Monday Night Wars DVD. We also talk Hogan vs. Goldberg as well as our Dream Match Of The Week! Read more.
In this episode, Bill Apter gets an unexpected guest and gives you a tour through Apter’s Alley. Also, Bill and his guest discuss world title lineage showing some classic replica belts … Read more.
A classic interview by Bill Apter as he talks for two minutes with Angelo Savoldi … Read more.
Find out where the son of the former WWWF champion has been … Read more.
An exclusive “Face-2-Face” with Steele and Apter … Read more.
When wrestling fans look back on the rich, prolific history of Wrestlemania, certain events are continually brought up as examples of when WWE get it right on their self-styled grand stage. The first incarnation of the now-historic event is generally looked on fondly, mainly because it was so radically different to anything else in 1985 and kicked off a series of shows which have become professional wrestling’s annual highlight. Similarly, Wrestlemania III is mentioned often, surely due to the incredible in-ring exploits of Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat and “Macho Man” Randy Savage, as well as the titanic collision between Hulk Hogan and Andre the Giant. Incarnations 6, 14, 17 and 20 are also given similar treatment from fans, as the debate rages on in regards to which event was the best Wrestlemania supershow.
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The year, 1973. Bruno Sammartino is asked by Bill Apter if he would grant a WWWF title shot to former champion and friend Pedro Morales. Pedro is there and chimes in with his thoughts. Also Bruno addresses the question “Why hasn’t Cheif Jay Strongbow ever gotten a WWWF title shot?” Taped on location in the dressing room @Madison Square Garden… Read more.
It was news that rocked the sports world. The “Living Legend” sustained a horrible broken neck at the hands of Stan Hansen’s “Lariat” during a match at Madison Square Garden on April 26, 1976. Here, just one week later, in a hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Bruno gives Bill Apter this exclusive look at what happened and what his prognosis for his future was back then … Read more.