Gorilla Monsoon - Remembering "The Manchurian Giant"

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.

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.
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."
Paul Jones - Wrestling Territory Star 'No. 1'

Paul Jones – Wrestling Territory Star ‘No. 1’

When the world saw Paul Jones, he was a shell of his former self. Before becoming a legendary manager, he had a standout wrestling career.
Nicole Bass - A Tribute to My Friend

Nicole Bass – A Tribute to My Friend

When my beloved friend Nicole Bass walked into a room, everything just stopped. This is my tribute to her and her life.

Larry Sweeney – “Sweet and Sour,” A Tribute to My Friend

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

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.

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.
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

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.