With a heart punch that ignited a riot in '74 and a face only a mother could like, Ox Baker was one of the most deplorable heels in wrestling.
In 1996, we almost got a feud nobody wanted: OJ Simpson against Roddy Piper at WrestleMania 12. Here is how this match almost went down.
Sam Fatu shares his favorite moments, what it was like to be there the night Bruiser Brody got stabbed, the legacy of the Anoa'i Family, and more.
If not for Scott Hall prevailing in a traumatic incident that took place in 1983, there never would have been "The Bad Guy."
Here's the story of how, almost at random, Ron Simmons became the first-ever African-American WCW World Champion on August 2nd, 1992.
These five wrestling families have seen their share of misfortune. Through these tragedies reveal a family’s strength of character. Or lack of it.
These four wrestlers may surprise you, and they certainly can tell plenty of stories from their unique lives outside of the squared circle!
His reputation was tarnished but Dynamite Kid Tom Billington leaves behind a legacy of being one of the most influential in-ring performers of all time.
Dave Millican is the premier championship belt maker in the world. He’s graciously opened his home to me for an interview where treasures awaited.