Anyone who follows the WWE scene today knows that part of World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus’ gig is that he in an extremely pale Irishman — thus the nickname “Great White.”
Sheamus may be the whitest star in the WWE in the last 25 years, before which another pasty pro wrestler graced WWF rings: the Mighty Hercules.
Hercules, also known as Hercules Hernandez, was another guy who clearly never Continue reading
- Ultimate Warrior (who’d you’d probably never recognize these days without his face paint) Continue reading
Atlee Greene, the author behind the Midnight Logic wrestling and MMA blog, recently ran two excellent posts about his first wrestling card at the old Boston Garden and attending WrestleMania XIV in 1998, which was at the TD Garden, the arena that replaced the original Garden.
Reading about Greene’s remembrances brought back a bunch of memories I had about going to the monthly WWF house shows at the old Garden in the 1980s and 1990s: Continue reading
February 1989 was an interesting month for the WWF title picture. Two unusual events occurred around that time: Continue reading
The passing of Randy “Macho Man” Savage has brought out countless tributes from pro wrestlers and fans. But perhaps none was more fitting than the simple nod given to Savage on Monday Night Raw from CM Punk. Continue reading
My friend, Tom – a loyal reader of the this blog – passed along a link from the Aggrogate website that features a fun quiz about troubled actor Charlie Sheen and the Ultimate Warrior. Continue reading