by Daniel Johnson Interviewer’s Note: Mitch Mitchell is a Florida based wrestler who been wrestling for NWA Signature Pro Wrestling (NWA SPW) since 2012. NWA SPW was formerly known as NWA Florida Underground (NWA FU) and in the promotion Mitchell… Read More ›
by Daniel Johnson, Kyle Childers, Dave Pendleton, Doug Nunnally and Justin Watry Editor’s Note: Doug Nunnally is a music journalist who has also covered pro wrestling and is joining the WWE Pay-Per-View Roundtable for a guest appearance. Nunnally’s work can… Read More ›
by Daniel Johnson Benham Ali vs. Jack Gallagher Here is something you don’t see every day. Two incredibly talented young lions from the United Kingdom who have had success in Japan. While plenty of UK wrestlers have wrestled in Japan… Read More ›
by Daniel Johnson Jim Graham vs. Bozo Brown Bozo Brown had his hands full with a young Jim Graham in this match preserved by Chicago Film Archives through the Russ and Sylvia Davis Collection, 1932-1970.
by Daniel Johnson The Monday Night Wars era is arguably the most exciting period in wrestling history. Not just that it is arguably the most exciting period there ever will be is wrestling. That may sound like hyperbole or looking back… Read More ›
by Daniel Johnson Mike Dennis vs. Brady Pierce Mike Dennis aka Bonesaw trained under current WWE star Darren Young and has wrestled for the Pro Wrestling Syndicate (PWS), the generically named Independent Wrestling Federation (IWF) and even…Women Superstars Uncensored (WSU)!
by Alex Knapp Well, WWE 2K15 is upon us. Sure, the last-gen versions were released this past month, but really, with how beefed up the graphics are and the major addition of the MyCareer feature, the next-gen versions are the… Read More ›
by Alex Knapp Pro Wrestling (NES) Year: 1986 System: Family Disk Computer (in Japan); Nintendo Entertainment System Developer: Nintendo Publisher: Nintendo As I’ve been playing decades’ worth of wrestling games, I feel it’s important to stop and ask: How did… Read More ›
by Kyle Childers It’s that time again kids, that special time when WWE puts on it’s favorite Ring of Honor shirt and dips it’s fingers in Cheeto dust to pretend to be indie for the night, it’s NXT Takeover: Fatal 4… Read More ›
by Daniel Johnson The WWE tag team scene has been hot and cold for years. Things like The Shield vs. The Wyatt Family, Team Hell No and some of The Usos matches have been awesome? What hasn’t been awesome? Well,… Read More ›