by Daniel Johnson Biagio Crescenzo “Charming” Biagio Crescenzo, 19, plays a brash heel on southern California’s independent scene and was seemingly designed for the part. At well under 6’0″, Crescenzo is often at a size disadvantage in matches. While some… Read More ›
by Alex Knapp WWF Super WrestleMania Year: 1991 (SNES), 1992 ( Sega Genesis) Systems: SNES and Sega Genesis Developer: Sculptured Software Publisher: LJN (SNES), Flying Edge (Genesis) Have you noticed that there’s been a huge dearth of wrestling games over… Read More ›
by Daniel Johnson Cam Zagami vs. Afa Jr. Cam Zagami is a 21 year-old wrestler originally based out of New Hampshire and he plays a great horse’s ass. For the last few years the place he has wrestled most often… Read More ›
by Alex Knapp WWF Betrayal Year: 2001 System: Game Boy Color Developer: WayForward Technologies Publisher: THQ In the early 2000s, I had two embarrassing guilty pleasures. One of them was listening to Limp Bizkit. The other was playing WWF Betrayal.
by Daniel Johnson Harley T. Morris vs. The Jester Harley T. Morris is a West Virginia born wrestler who since 2013 has chiefly wrestled for Black Diamond Wrestling (BDW), based in his home state, and Pro Wrestling eXpress (PWX) based in Pennsylvania…. Read More ›
by Daniel Johnson, Kyle Childers and Dave Pendleton Editor’s Note: Part of The Johnson Transcript since 2012, Kyle Childers/Hawk Jefferson is a cornerstone of the WWE Pay-Per-View Roundtable series and the author of the Hawkeye’s Hangout series. Elsewhere Childers is… Read More ›
by Daniel Johnson Editor’s Note: Justin Watry is a wrestling columnist. He can be followed on Twitter @justinwatry. Kyle Childers/Hawk Jefferson is the author of the Hawkeye’s Hangout series on The Johnson Transcript and is the co-host of the Ruthless… Read More ›