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 Alex Knapp WWF Attitude Year: 1999 Systems: PlayStation, Nintendo 64 and Dreamcast Developer: Iguana Entertainment Publisher: Acclaim As the 1990s approached an end, the WWF was back in the saddle again. Rocked by the steroid trials of the early 1990s,… Read More ›
by Daniel Johnson If TNA has made one great contribution to the world of professional wrestling it is the X division. At its best the division is a showcase of some of the best high flying and innovative action on… Read More ›
by Jeremy Cundiff 1. Papa Shango In The Attitude Era? What? Thank you for your bandwidth. You don’t remember me, but I’m responsible for such classics as 6 Great Matches You’ve Never Seen and as being the jaded old prick… Read More ›
by Daniel Johnson A while back I made the list, 6 Worst WWF Intercontinental Champions of the 1990s. Negativity tends to breed negativity so in the hope of creating some good vibes this time around I thought I’d focus on… Read More ›