“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.

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.
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.

Silver King – His Tragic Death Raises Many Important Questions

In the aftermath of the tragic passing of Silver King, another in a long line of deaths in the ring, we have some very important questions to ask.

Paul Jones – Wrestling Territory Star ‘No. 1’ | ProWrestlingStories.com

Paul Jones went around the world as a lovable babyface, but found his fortune when he turned heel in Florida, died April 18, 2018, age 75.

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.

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.

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.

Immigrant’s Song: The Death of BRUISER BRODY

The Death of Bruiser Brody may still remain a mystery but here are the theories and how it all played out when it came to getting justice.

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.