From stiff shots to hard knocks, Leon White did not have an easy path into wrestling. This is his story of adversity before conquering the world as Vader.
Hulk Hogan and Hulkamania possibly never would have run wild had it not been for this bizarre agreement between Marvel Comics and the WWF!
Mad Dog Vachon was a tough-as-nails wrestler known for his fighting prowess in and out of the ring. His foray into wrestling is quite the fascinating story!
"They had no idea I'd be lost without him." Scott Hall pays a fond tribute to his friend, mentor, and best worker in the business, Curt Hennig.
Mean Gene was the voice to a generation of wrestling fans. And as you'll learn through these stories, he was just as wonderful off camera as he was on it.
Masa Saito, who died on July 14, 2018 as a result of complications of Parkinson's disease, remembered by WWE Hall of Famers.
The beginning of a historic run that would result in The Road Warriors becoming largely recognized as the greatest tag team in pro wrestling history.
Each of these stories is a cautionary tale: a reminder that wrestling--especially as it once was--drew many marginal people toward its tawdry spotlight.