The Life and Legacy of the Dynamite Kid

His reputation was tarnished but The Dynamite Kid leaves behind an amazing legacy of being one of the most influential in-ring performers of all time.

12 Years Since the Death of Chris Candido, NJPW’s Tokyo Dome Debut in 1989

This week in Wrestling History - The death of Chris Candido one of the most underrated workers in professional wrestling was announced - a look at his life.

“Sweet and Sour” – RIP, My Friend, LARRY SWEENEY

Larry Sweeney was a classic heel manager in a world that no longer wanted him. It hurts like hell to think what could have been.

Les Thornton Remembered – The Original ‘Bruiserweight’

Les Thornton, who died at the age of 84 on February 1st, 2019, was a technical expert who laid the blueprint for future tough-as-nails competitors.

‘Miss Elizabeth’ Remembered

Years later, the professional wrestling world still mourns the loss of Elizabeth Hulette, known to a generation of wrestling fans as 'Miss Elizabeth'

FRED GEOBOLD: NYC Wrestling Radio Pioneer, Unsung Hero

Fred Geobold wore many hats in life- receptionist/switchboard operator at WBAI-FM, 99.5 in NYC, on-air radio host, folk singer, songwriter, and concert MC.

Brickhouse Brown – Passes Away After Initially Kicking Out From Death

We are sad to report that Brickhouse Brown has, in fact, passed away on July 29, 2018 after initially kicking out from death nine days before.

My Friend, Nicole Bass – A Loving Tribute One Year After Her Death

Nicole Bass- when my beloved friend walked into a room, everything just stopped. She was a walking parade and this is my tribute to her and her life.

Battling Demons: ‘The Texas Tornado’ Kerry Von Erich

Kerry Von Erich was one of the top stars in the world of wrestling. He was a hero to thousands of fans across the country. Instead, tragedy struck.

The Death of Bruno Sammartino; Memories of “Our Forever Champ”

The Death of Bruno Sammartino and our best memories. If you saw him you understand what young folk today cannot watching on video.