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Reliving A Feud #25: Lex Luger Vs. Tatanka WWF ’94

[...] against Ludvig Borga. With Tatanka out of action due to an attack by Yokozuna, Tatanka’s friend, Lex Luger, would wrestle and often defeat Borga. Tatanka continued to be a mid card talent while his [...]

A Look Back At: The 1991 PWI Awards

[...] Of The Year: Sgt. Slaughter (22,467) 1st Runner-Up: The Undertaker (17,293) 2nd Runner-Up: Lex Luger (11,249) 3rd Runner-Up: Jake Roberts (7,976) “Listen up you little pukes.” Not something a lot [...]

A Look Back At: The 1993 PWI 500 Rankings

[...] Ten: 1.) Bret Hart 2.) Big Van Vader 3.) Shawn Michaels 4.) Sting 5.) Yokozuna 6.) Ric Flair 7.) Lex Luger 8.) Rick Rude 9.) Curt Hennig 10.) Scott Steiner Sure, he lost the WWF Intercontinental [...]

A Look Back At: The 1991 PWI 500 Rankings

[...] take a look at the top 10 for 1991. Hulkamania running wild on the PWI 500! 1.) Hulk Hogan 2.) Lex Luger 3.) Ric Flair 4.) Randy Savage 5.) Sting 6.) Scott Steiner 7.) Ricky Steamboat 8.) Steve [...]

UPDATED! WWE, WCW & TNA!

[...] as WCW Nitro and Thunders from 1999 and 2000 have been posted to wrap up the entire years. WWF Superstars from 1988 to finish off that year. Superstars from 1995 have been posted! RAW and Impact from [...]

UPDATED!

[...] around WCW from October ’99, ECW Hardcore TV from September ’98, ROH ’13, WWF Superstars from ’88, and WCW Worldwide from ’95! WWF Superstars 7/16/1988 WWF Superstars 7/ [...]

UPDATED!

[...] here! WCW, WWF, ECW, ROH and more! WCW Saturday Night 2/12/1994 WCW Saturday Night 2/19/1994 WWF Superstars 1/7/1995 WWF Superstars 1/14/1995 WWF Superstars 1/21/1995 WWF Superstars 1/28/1995 WCW [...]

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[...] , WCW Nitro & Thunder from 1999, NWA-TNA Weekly PPVs from 2003 and ROH shows from 2014! WWF Superstars 12/5/1992 WWF Superstars 12/12/1992 WWF Superstars 12/19/1992 WWF Superstars 12/26/1992 ECW [...]

A Look Back At: The 1994 PWI 500 Rankings

[...] 500 rankings for the 1994 installment, just click HERE. Hitman repeats at #1! The Top Ten: 1.) Bret Hart 2.) Hulk Hogan 3.) Ric Flair 4.) Big Van Vader 5.) Shawn Michaels 6.) Steve Austin 7.) Razor [...]

Reliving A Feud #24: Bret Hart vs. Goldberg In WCW ’99-00

[...] Upon arriving to World Championship Wrestling in November 1997, Bret Hart had been lost in the shuffle of politics consuming the once promising company. Unsure of how to [...]

A Look Back At: The 1992 PWI 500 Rankings

[...] . Stinger reaches #1! The Top Ten: 1.) Sting 2.) Randy Savage 3.) Ric Flair 4.) Rick Rude 5.) Bret Hart 6.) Ricky Steamboat 7.) Jerry Lawler 8.) Scott Steiner 9.) Ultimate Warrior 10.) Steve Austin At [...]

Rebooking The WWF: Week 40, 1993

[...] in front of his face before delivering a stomp to his face. WWF Superstars 10/9/1993 1. Bret Hart defeated PJ Walker in 3:06 with the Sharpshooter. 2. Lex Luger Hype Video: A video promoting the [...]

Reliving A Feud #23: Batista vs. Triple H In WWE ‘05

[...] to confront JBL, by himself. The following week, it blows up. Backstage, HHH is seen telling Ric Flair that he came up with the plan to get Batista to go to Smackdown. Ric Flair praises the champ as [...]

Wrestling with Brilliance: The 50 Greatest Minds of the Business PART I

[...] shall tell either way. For now, he makes it onto this list. 31. “THE NATURE BOY” RIC FLAIR 31. “THE NATURE BOY” RIC FLAIR - “To be the man, you gotta’ beat the man! [...]

A Look Back At: The 1990 PWI Awards

[...] than six months later, Sting returned to action and won the NWA World Championship from rival Ric Flair at the Great American Bash in July. For such a quick recovery from a serious injury, no wonder [...]

A Look Back At: The 1992 PWI Awards

[...] wrestlers and provided a spark to WCW at a time when they really needed one. Hennig had been Ric Flair’s personal advisor for less than a year and he nearly won the Manager of the Year award. Hennig [...]

Reliving A Feud #20: The Rock Vs. Chris Benoit In WWF ’00

[...] demanded a title match with Rock and made his intentions known that he was coming for the WWF World Championship. On the July 10th RAW Benoit and Rock squared off in a non-title match after Benoit [...]

What If Lex Luger Won The WWF World Championship?

[...] . Thanks to a corrupt referee in Mr. Perfect, Luger got screwed over while Bret won the WWF World Championship for a second time. The question I pose is what had Luger been the guy to win the WWF [...]

Rebooking The WWF: Week 37, 1993

[...] and is looking to get revenge on Luger and there is no better revenge then by winning the WWF World Championship. He believes with the win over Ric Flair a few weeks ago, he has to be considered a [...]

Yearly Review: WWF September 1993

[...] A new challenger rises through the dark to challenge for the WWF World Championship. WWF World Championship Scene: (currently held by: Yokozuna) With Lex Luger falling short of winning the WWF [...]

Yearly Review: WWF August 1993

[...] isn’t going anywhere. WWF Intercontinental Championship Scene: (currently held by: Shawn Michaels) During the month, Shawn Michaels defended the championship against Mr. Perfect on the house [...]

Yearly Review: WWF July 1993

[...] the Match of the Year by the PWI magazine against Marty Jannetty. It was announced that Shawn Michaels would defend the championship against Mr. Perfect at SummerSlam next month. WWF World Tag [...]

Bob’s Opinion On: Marty Jannetty

[...] as the Rockers. Eventually, Shawn Michaels turned heel and started a memorable career while Jannetty was seemingly lost in the shuffle. [...]

Bob’s Opinion On… Dustin Rhodes

[...] . I’ve always been interested in the idea of a main event feud between Goldust and Shawn Michaels during 1996. Shawn Michaels as the pretty boy heartthrob, which would have been the perfect [...]

Yearly Review: WWF June 1993

[...] a rather short one as on June 6th in Albany, NY Shawn Michaels regained the WWF Intercontinental Championship. During the match, Michaels had help from a mystery man who would end up being known [...]

Rebooking The WWF: Week 38, 1993

[...] and make it clear that he should be the man to wrestle Shawn Michaels for the WWF Intercontinental Championship! 3. Jeff Jarrett defeated Rex King in 3:04 following a jumping DDT. During the [...]

Being The ‘Marty Jannetty’ Of A Tag Team

[...] midcard. Throughout his career he would get more single pushes as he also won the WWF Intercontinental Championship in late 2000 for a month. It may have been because Billy had a better look or better [...]

A Look Back At: The 1993 PWI 500 Rankings

[...] 7.) Lex Luger 8.) Rick Rude 9.) Curt Hennig 10.) Scott Steiner Sure, he lost the WWF Intercontinental Championship at SummerSlam, but Bret Hart wasted very little time recapturing gold around his [...]

Are You Ready… For a Revolution? WCW Wasn’t

[...] to career mid carders Hugh Morrus and Brian Knobs. Perry Saturn failed t9tho win the WCW Television Championship from Rick Steiner. I should note, Benoit would win the TV Championship from Rick [...]

A Look Back At: The 1993 PWI 500 Rankings

[...] than there were positives for Mr. Perfect. At the end of 1992, Scott Steiner won the WCW Television Championship from Ricky Steamboat. However, he and brother Rick Steiner left the company by December [...]

A Look Back At: The 1991 PWI 500 Rankings

[...] per view or at a Clash of the Champions. Fought Steve Austin to a draw at Havoc for the WCW Television Championship but managed to win gold in November with Ricky Steamboat when they defeated the WCW [...]

Being The ‘Marty Jannetty’ Of A Tag Team

[...] when Stevie Ray was out with an injury in late 1997. WCW wasted no time putting the WCW Television Championship on Booker T, who brought prestige back to a championship that had suffered with reigns [...]

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Reliving A Feud #25: Lex Luger Vs. Tatanka WWF ’94

[...] against Ludvig Borga. With Tatanka out of action due to an attack by Yokozuna, Tatanka’s friend, Lex Luger, would wrestle and often defeat Borga. Tatanka continued to be a mid card talent while his [...]

A Look Back At: The 1991 PWI Awards

[...] Of The Year: Sgt. Slaughter (22,467) 1st Runner-Up: The Undertaker (17,293) 2nd Runner-Up: Lex Luger (11,249) 3rd Runner-Up: Jake Roberts (7,976) “Listen up you little pukes.” Not something a lot [...]

A Look Back At: The 1993 PWI 500 Rankings

[...] Ten: 1.) Bret Hart 2.) Big Van Vader 3.) Shawn Michaels 4.) Sting 5.) Yokozuna 6.) Ric Flair 7.) Lex Luger 8.) Rick Rude 9.) Curt Hennig 10.) Scott Steiner Sure, he lost the WWF Intercontinental [...]

A Look Back At: The 1991 PWI 500 Rankings

[...] take a look at the top 10 for 1991. Hulkamania running wild on the PWI 500! 1.) Hulk Hogan 2.) Lex Luger 3.) Ric Flair 4.) Randy Savage 5.) Sting 6.) Scott Steiner 7.) Ricky Steamboat 8.) Steve [...]

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