Ray Traylor went from being used as a job guy with only a handful of matches under his belt to feuding with the top stars of the NWA and WWE within just a couple of years.

Big Boss Man | Ray Traylor – A Career Defined by Showing Up

Ray Traylor started in the business as Big Bubba Rogers. He would move onto the WWF/E, where Vince McMahon christened him The Big Boss Man.
Bruiser Brody with his son, Geoffrey. Brody died on July 17, 1988, from stab wounds suffered at the hands of Jose Gonzales in Bayamon, Puerto Rico.

Bruiser Brody – His Final Moments and the Deceitful Trial That Followed

Circumstances surrounding the murder of Bruiser Brody remain a mystery. Here are the known theories and the twists and turns that followed.
Kerry Von Erich | Battling Demons: The Final Days of the Texas Tornado

Kerry Von Erich | Battling Demons: The Final Days of the Texas Tornado

It should have been a happy time in the life of Kerry Von Erich. His wife was due to have their second child. Instead, tragedy struck.
There are legends in professional wrestling. And then there’s Bullet Bob Armstrong.

Bullet Bob Armstrong Passes Away – Remembering a Legend

There are legends in professional wrestling. And then there’s Bullet Bob Armstrong. He passed away at the age of 80 on August 27, 2020.
Dynamite Kid - His Life and Troubled Legacy

Dynamite Kid – His Life and Troubled Legacy

His reputation was tarnished but Dynamite Kid Tom Billington leaves behind a legacy of being one of the most influential in-ring performers of all time.
Nikolai Volkoff: Farewell to a Legend, Hero, and Friend

Nikolai Volkoff: A Hero, a Legend, and My Friend

Nikolai Volkoff was a caring man and one of the few in this business that nobody, not a single soul, could ever say a bad word about.
Killer Kowalski - A Tribute to My Friend

Killer Kowalski – A Tribute to My Friend

Killer Kowalski headlined around the world, but to me, he was more than a great wrestling villain- he was my friend.
Wayne St. Wayne had the opportunity to meet many great legends during his life. Bruno Sammartino, Killer Kowalski, Jake Roberts, and Ox Baker were but a few.

Wrestling Autograph Encounters in the Late ’60s and ’70s

Renaissance man Wayne St. Wayne had many wrestling autograph encounters, even procuring scribbles from the hottest heels during a protected bygone era.
The signature sign-off for Chris Hyatte.

Chris Hyatte – RIP to the Most Entertaining Man in the Room

Chris Hyatte died. This time it was for real. Maybe. He’d died maybe a hundred Internet deaths. Hyatte was a lightning rod for readers and colleagues alike.
Eddie Guerrero remains one of the greatest and most influential wrestlers of his generation.

Eddie Guerrero – Never Forgotten

To put it simply: his heart gave out. The tragic passing of Eddie Guerrero is still hard to fathom. He had just turned 38 the month prior.