During the evening with Eric, one of the topics that will be touched on is ’83 Weeks with Eric Bischoff’ Since 1984 every wrestling promoter has tried to best Vince McMahon and the World Wrestling Federation unsuccessfully… except one, Eric Bischoff. Eric got his foot in the door with Ted Turner’s organization as a “C-Team Announcer” and a few short years later, he was President … Continue reading An Audience with Eric Bischoff – Byker – 10 October 2018
Very few people in wrestling can boast to have won championships in major promotions in four different decades, Scott Steiner (aka ‘The Big Bad Booty Daddy’, aka ‘Big Poppa Pump, aka ‘The Genetic Freak’) is one of the few. Steiner started his professional career in 1986 following impressing in amateur wrestling in college and by 1989 Steiner was an NWA World Tag Team champion alongside his brother Rick. The Steiners went on to become on of the best tag teams of all time and are one of few teams to have help the tag team gold in WCW, IWGP and WWF then after an unceremonious split from his brother Scott showed off his talents as a singles competitor with multiple WCW Television, United States and World Championship reigns between 1999 and 2002. Continue reading “Scott Steiner Conference Call”
Name: Deonna Purrazzo Nickname(s)/Aliases: The Virtuosa Height: 5’2” Weight: 121lbs Age*: 24 From: Hackettstown, New Jersey, USA Started training: 2012 Trained by: Damian Adams Robbie E Rip Rogers Shawn Bennett Companies worked for: Alternative Wrestling Show Pro Wrestling Battle Club Pro Beyond Wrestling Change The World Wrestling CHIKARA Create A Pro Wrestling Academy Destiny World Wrestling Dynamite Championship Wrestling East Coast Wrestling Association Eastern Pennsylvania … Continue reading Deonna Purrazzo
Name: Saxon Huxley Continue reading “Saxon Huxley”
Now as I write for a wrestling magazine (the UK’s largest independently published magazine go be exact) you may think I am up-to-date with all things wrestling but sadly this isn’t the case. You see there simply aren’t enough hours in the day for me to watch everything I would like to and because of this some things don’t make the cut. Things have to be prioritised and given the amount of WWE content produced on a weekly basis and the amount of weeks we seemed to constantly be behind, the decision was made to write off WWE’s five hours of Raw and Smackdown (even if we’d usually get through them in less than two). Unfortunately for me, like many, neither Raw or Smackdown are currently must see TV so the decision was made to remove them from our schedule and unclutter our planner. Continue reading “Smackdown – Newcastle Metroradio Arena, 6th November 2016”
Name: Chelsea Green Continue reading “Chelsea Green”
Triple H has scoured the world and brought the world’s best indie talent to the WWE and has made NXT the best thing on the WWE network. It’s quarterly takeover specials are some of the best wrestling events in the world and include more match of the year candidates than any other show with the possible exception of WrestleMania (and that’s debatable).
Continue reading “Is NXT to blame for WWE’s injury crisis?”
WWEDVD are delighted to announce that you can now pre-order THE BEST OF IN YOUR HOUSE on DVD and Blu-ray (Release date 27th May 2013).
In the mid 90’s, no other pay-per-view series produced more epic matches, historic moments or championship showdowns than WWE In Your House. Debuting in 1995, In Your House PPV’s were the place where the top WWE Superstars settles their scores in the months between the “Big 4” events. In 28 events over 5 years, In Your House earned a permanent place in WWE history through the iconic Superstars it hosted and the litany of innovations that stemmed from it.
By Michael Brown
An oft asked question amongst wrestling fans is whether Vince McMahon will buy Dixie Carter’s Tennessee based TNA, Total Nonstop Action, promotion. Established in 2002 by Jeff and Jerry Jarrett, the promotion is the biggest and only real major alternative to the WWE. Sections of the wrestling fanbase have been clamouring for Vince to buy the promotion and incorporate it into the WWE behemoth. For the life of me I can’t understand why people would want that. Over the next thousand words or so, I’m going to attempt to explain to anyone in favour why it would be a horrendously bad idea.
Hi guys – I will keep this update short and sweet. After months of hard work and on the back of our HUGELY successful first issue, Calling Spots Issue 2 if finally here!!