DRUGS IN WRESTLING: The Destructive Truth About Steroids Use in the WWE and Beyond

Steroid Use in the WWE used to be common. Here are candid truths from Lex Lugar, The Ultimate Warrior and your other favorite wrestlers on now and the past.

Diamond Dallas Page on the Unlikely Legend Who Admired His Early Work

Diamond Dallas Page got his start late in the game at age 35. His wrestling career didn't take off right away but one wrestling legend took notice.

Wrestling is an Art Form | Dustin Rhodes and Raven Explain Why

Professional wrestling is an art form. And according to these legends of the business, they have very meaningful reasons why.

Freddie Blassie – The Truth (and Somewhere In-Between)

For Freddie Blassie, death threats were frequent. He triggered over 100 deaths in Japan, was stabbed by fans 21 times, and was even once doused with acid!

The Undertaker’s First Year in WWE: Rise of The Dead Man

Come along as we look back on The Undertaker's first year in WWE and how he became the then youngest WWE champion one year after his debut.

Chris Jericho : How to Drink Like a Wrestler and Other Bar Tricks

Chris Jericho, well known for his drinking prowess, certainly has some interesting drinking stories to share. This installment only scrapes the surface!

‘Million Dollar Man’ TED DIBIASE: The Art of Being a Heel

'Million Dollar Man' Ted DiBiase on what it takes to be a good heel and whether or not The Honky Tonk Man was why he never won a world championship in WWF.

Austin and McMahon – The Untold Story Behind Their Iconic Rivalry

The Austin and McMahon rivalry took wrestling to great new heights. Here is the shocking truth behind one the greatest rivalries in WWE history.

Randy Savage and Bill Dundee – Their Legendary Fight Involving a Gun!

The fight between Randy Savage and Bill Dundee was a huge part of Memphis Wrestling history. Here are the events that led to their infamous scuffle.

IT’S A WORK: Becoming a Wrestler the Hard Way

Becoming a wrestler isn't like it once was. It's a tough, hard business. Most beg for mercy. The ones who could take it just might be called back to train.