The night after the night that continues to live in infamy. Survivor Series 1997 gave us one of the most monumental nights in pro wrestling history with the Montreal Screwjob. However, what followed that next night in Ottawa was
Lex Luger’s WWE career embodied the American spirit in the early 90s. One of the most memorable moments took place on July 4, 1993 aboard U.S.S. Intrepid. Lex defended America’s honor by accepting a challenge to bodyslam WWE Champion, Yokozuna. Mr. Fuji,
Jake The Snake Roberts was most famously known for bringing a python named Damien to the ring. Roberts’ gimmick would have likely had groups like PETA flipping out nowadays, but back in the 80s & 90s it was pretty cool.
Perhaps one of the most iconic wrestlers in the history of sports entertainment, the Macho Man Randy Savage always knew how to cut one hell of a promo. Macho held numerous accolades in the WWE, including the most coveted WWE
Who would’ve thought the hard plastic wrestling figures of the early 1990s would end up being so nostalgic? If you were a wrestling fan in the 80s and 90s then chances are you were recreating matches between Hulk Hogan, Macho
The Stone Cold Steve Austin era would erupt after guest referee, Iron Mike Tyson, made a three count resulting in Austin beating the Heart Break Kid Shawn Michaels for the WWE Championship. DX thought Tyson was their boy, but clearly