Bruno Sammartino wins the WWWF Championship for the very first time after defeating Buddy Rogers in just 48 seconds at Madison Square Garden on May 17, 1963. [Photo: Pro Wrestling Illustrated]

Bruno Sammartino and Buddy Rogers – The 1963 WWWF Title Screwjob

This important moment in professional wrestling history between Bruno Sammartino and Buddy Rogers all but marked the end of one career and launched another.

KLIQ RULES: Tales of their Stranglehold on the WWE Locker Room

The Kliq came together and ultimately dominated the WWF locker room. According to many within the business, they did so with back-stabbing and politicking.

Macho Man RANDY SAVAGE Ruins a Feel-Good Moment at Waffle House

Macho Man Randy Savage was a reality show before reality shows were even a thought in anybody's mind. After reading this story, you'll agree!

An Interview with Bruce Hart: How He Revolutionized Pro Wrestling

Bruce Hart is one of the most influential forces to ever work in wrestling. In this interview, he opens up about his rich history in the business.

Roddy Piper and Greg Valentine – Their Legendary Feud and Brutal Dog Collar Match

Permanent damage was inflicted and they beat the hell out of each other. Roddy Piper and Greg Valentine discuss one of wrestling's most memorable feuds.

The Time Dozens of WWE Fans Were Injured by a Firework Malfunction at WrestleMania...

What should've been a complete feeling of jubilation, enjoying WrestleMania 24 firsthand, ended with a feeling of sadness, anger and confusion.

Undertaker and Mankind | Hell in a Cell Match Was NOT The Original Plan

It's strange to ponder this, but the legendary Undertaker and Mankind Hell in a Cell match wasn't even supposed to take place!

Leaving a Mark: the ‘Brutalizing, Attitude-Adjusting’ ANDRE THE GIANT

Andre the Giant either liked you or he didn't and that was that. These stories back that up (and then some)!

WWE Hall of Fame – ‘Every Wrestler Should be Inducted’

Each year, many deserving names get left off of the WWE Hall of Fame inductee list. One wrestling legend felt this process needs to be changed.

Wrestling With Reality: How Reality TV Rose From Kayfabe’s Grave

There is much more in common between wrestling and reality TV than people realize. Kayfabe is dead, but reality TV was born at its funeral.