The Civil War Created By WrestleMania 6

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  In 1990, the new decade saw many changes. Technology was changing in music and movies and in the mediums in which we viewed and listened at home. But it was not only technology that made the turn to cast […]


Randy Savage’s Loss At WrestleMania 5 Was The Biggest Victory of his Career

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WrestleMania 5 would make history both on the front end and, most importantly, the back end of the pay per view. This would be the first and only time when WrestleMania would return to the venue where it was the […]


WrestleMania 4 Turned Into A Billionaires Playground

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“Welcome to the Millionaires Club”, would’ve been the appropriate subtitle for the 1988 classic WrestleMania 4. We mentioned in the WrestleMania 3 article that the event propelled Vince McMahon and his product onto a new stage, light years above any other wrestling promoter. After WrestleMania […]


Wrestlemania 3 Struck Fear Into Every Global Company

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Many would say that 1987 was the true launching year for the World Wrestling Federation. Between 1985 and the end of 1986, the WWF experienced a great deal of trial and error while attempting to discover their niche. However, it would be the year 1987 when […]


Wrestlemania 2 Turns Into a Logistics Nightmare

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Wrestlemania 1 was so nice, might as well do it twice. Coming off the heels of what was arguably the biggest pro wrestling show in North American history, the architect of Wrestlemania, Vince McMahon, was ready to do it again. Immediately after […]


If Wrestlemania 1 failed, Pro Wrestling Would Not Exist Today

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  Many do not realize this but the world was altered forever on the afternoon of March 31st 1985 when we were all introduced to the ever so groundbreaking entertainment platform known as Wrestlemania 1. What many people may not […]


Is The Team of Tensai and Brodus Clay Mimicking A Classic Tag Team?

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Within the last seven years, we have seen some tag teams come together in the WWE which are a play on some throwback tag teams. When “Cryme Time” (Shad and JTG) debuted in the WWE back in 2006, many in […]


A Decade Without Perfection, The Legacy Of Mr. Perfect

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  Whether if its throwing a 50 yard touchdown pass, making a half court basketball shot or even a hole in one while playing a round in golf, whatever sport it was you can bet that if you were playing […]


The WWE Tag Team Division Has No Place In Todays Wrestling

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Back in the yester-years of the WWE, the tag team division was one of the most respectable and feared divisions in all of pro wrestling. When you thought of WWE and/or WWF tag teams, you automatically think of the likes of Demolition, […]


Bruno Sammartino Knew What He Was Doing All Along With His HOF Holdout

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Not only the wrestling world, but the sports world was treated to the overly satisfying announcement made that all-time legend Bruno Sammartino will be inducted into this year’s WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2013 on the night before Wrestlemania 29. […]


The 2003 Royal Rumble Was The Next Best Thing For Wrestling

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As the transformation of the new pro wrestling era continues to emerge, so does the new focus and new direction of the WWE. Yes, the World Wrestling Entertainment, no longer the World Wrestling Federation. Back in the spring of 2002, WWF made the […]


The Dawn of The New Era Begins at The 2002 Royal Rumble

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  2002 was not only the 2nd year of the millennium  but this was the year of the new era in the World Wrestling Federation.  The era known as “The Attitude Era” was being phased out and a different day in age […]