David Gann Remembered, 1971-2018

David Gann wasn't a famous name. He wasn't any kind of star. But he was one of us. He was family. It’s our privilege to tell you about him.

The Death of Eddie Guerrero: Never Forgotten

To put it simply: his heart gave out. The death of Eddie Guerrero is still hard to fathom. He lit up every wrestling program he was ever a part of.

Dale Pierce Remembered – Wrestling Manager Extraordinaire

Dale Pierce simultaneously loved and loathed pro wrestling with a passion that only someone who has devoted their life to it could fully grasp.

Harley Race Passes Away | Tales of His Tenacity and Strength

Harley Race, who passed away on August 1, 2019, is rightfully considered one of the legitimately toughest men to ever grace the squared circle. Here's why.

Remembering Calgary Stampede Star, TIGER KHAN

Tiger Khan was on the rise. But like many wrestlers before him and likely after, he treated his body like a chemistry set. In the end, it was his downfall.

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'