Tag: Dusty Rhodes

My Friend, Harley Race. Stories Beyond His Grit and Determination

Bob Roop opens up about the grit and determination of his friend Harley Race, showing a side not often seen of the legend.
Eddie and Mike Graham

Eddie and Mike Graham – Years after Their Deaths, We Still...

Theories behind the deaths of Eddie and Mike Graham abound to this day. Learn about the legacy and tragedy that finally befell father and son.
Kevin Sullivan and his Army of Darkness - "Superstar" Billy Graham, The Fallen Angel, Kevin Sullivan, The Lock, and Sir Oliver Humperdink

Kevin Sullivan and His Army of Darkness | How They Unnerved...

Before there was DX, the nWo, and The Four Horsemen, there was Kevin Sullivan and His Army of Darkness who shook wrestling from its comfort zone forever.

The Assassin Jody Hamilton – Behind the Mask

From generating heel heat that almost got him killed to becoming a trainer and promoter, pull back the mask on The Assassin Jody Hamilton.

Dustin Rhodes – Proving to the World (and Himself) That He’s...

Dustin Rhodes, 50, pulled off something even he thought impossible -- the greatest match of his career. Along the way, he rediscovered his love of wrestling

Tully Blanchard and the Time He Was Almost Murdered by Dusty...

A close look at the events that caused Dusty Rhodes to come out with a baseball bat and beat Tully Blanchard to near death on live television.

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. 

Jim Cornette and The Midnight Express Attack Baby Doll

Jim Cornette and The Midnight Express attacking Baby Doll was one of the most vile moments in professional wrestling history.

ASK PWS: “Which Wrestler Had the Most Wasted Potential?”

On ASK PWS we discuss which wrestler had the most wasted potential We discuss Buddy Landel, Halliburton briefcases, breaking into the business, and more!

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.