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

BUDDY ROGERS: The Man Who Drove a Wedge in the NWA

The Nature Boy Buddy Rogers died in 1992, at 71 years old after a series of strokes. He leaves a complicated legacy, but a lasting one.

THE BIG BOSS MAN: A Career Defined by Showing Up

The Big Boss Man, Ray Traylor, also known as Big Bubba Rogers went from unknown rookie to WWE headliner in the space of two years.

‘Miss Elizabeth’ Remembered

Years later, the professional wrestling world still mourns the loss of Elizabeth Hulette, known to a generation of wrestling fans as 'Miss Elizabeth'

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.

Roddy Piper’s Birthday, ‘Pretty Boy’ Larry Sharpe Passes Away

It's Rowdy Roddy Piper's birthday. In his honor, hit somebody with a coconut today.

Immigrant’s Song: The Death of BRUISER BRODY – His Legacy, 29 years later

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 Great American Bash: Pride, Patriotism & Pain from NWA to WWE

Dusty Rhodes had his finger on the pulse of the business during the 1980s. His idea of The Great American Bash was an unqualified success.