Tagged: Chavo Guerrero

The WWF/WWE Tag Team Title has always been secondary, even in the 1980s

This comment from a fan on the Wrestling Observer website regarding December’s WWE TLC pay-per-view caught my attention:

The tag belts are so devalued somebody might as well steal them and throw them in the trash can because tag team wrestling in WWE is nonexistent.

I’m not sure the Tag Team Title is devalued as much as it was never really worth a lot to begin with. The WWE and the WWF could never be confused as long-term hot beds for tag team action.

Yes, we lived through points in the late 1980s and 1990s when the WWF had an abundance of good tag teams and there seemed to be a switch in thinking about these types of matches. But generally, the WWF/WWE always was Continue reading

Superfly Snuka’s crazy 1983 promo about Sgt. Slaughter

I know many people peg Ultimate Warrior as giving the nuttiest promos in the WWF in the 1980s and 1990s, but there were times that Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka could have taken that distinction.

I’ve watched many times over this looney-tunes promo Continue reading