Brad Armstrong

Brad Armstrong – Your Favorite Wrestler’s Favorite Wrestler

"There’s always that one guy whose work shines through, regardless of the size of the role he’s given.." Brad Armstrong was a favorite to work with for many

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.'

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!"
Bruno Sammartino | Memories of "Our Forever Champ"

Bruno Sammartino | Memories of “Our Forever Champ”

“Hailing from Abruzzi, Italy…” Seeing Bruno Sammartino live was an experience young folk of today merely watching on video cannot understand.
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.
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.
SAITO Remembered: "Brother, He Was Double-Tough"

SAITO Remembered: “Brother, He Was Double-Tough”

"What everyone seems to remember is the arrest of Masa Saito – and subsequent conviction – while competing in the AWA in 1984."

Death of Dusty Rhodes Still Felt Years On

It's been some time since the death of Dusty Rhodes due to stomach cancer, and we still realize there is no replacement for The American Dream.
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.

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.