Harley Race – Tales of His Tenacity and Strength

Harley Race was considered by many to be one of the legitimately toughest men to ever grace the squared circle. These stories show why!

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.

Remembering Pedro Morales, Our Champion and Hero

Pedro Morales transcended race, creed, and color. 'A deafening chorus still rings in my ears. In the middle of all of that volume was love.'
Silver King - The Death of Nacho Libre Star Luchador Raises Questions

Silver King – The Death of Nacho Libre Star Luchador Raises Questions

Silver King was another in a long line of deaths that occurred in the ring. The aftermath of his passing leaves some critical questions needing to be asked.
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.
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.
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.

GORILLA MONSOON: Remembering ‘The Manchurian Giant’

When Gorilla Monsoon appeared on WWF TV for the very last time at WrestleMania 15 in March of 1999, I didn't react well."NO! Tell me that's not him!"
Killer Kowalski - A Tribute to My Friend

Killer Kowalski – A Tribute to My Friend

Killer Kowalski headlined around the world for a good quarter-century, but to me, he was more than a great wrestling villain- he was my friend.

LANCE RUSSELL: Better Than Being There

Lance Russell interviewed a who's who of wrestling stars in a career that spanned six decades in wrestling. Listing to him was better than being ringside.