Archive for the ‘Columns’ Category

From Mania: WALTMAN explains it all to me (he was in both nWo & DX so the angle was kinda weak…)


Article & photos by Dr. Mike Lano

 

I talked to *9LivesPak at the after-party and asked him about the sensibility of having DX “fight” with the nWo last night in a grand show of politics.

 

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From @OMGFactsSex: The bacteria found in yogurt is the same one found in a vagina.

 

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WWE Hall misses boat on Ray Stevens; Canvas King painting Macho Man; RIP Hijo del Perro Aguayo

– Mike Mooneyham

 

Ray “The Crippler” Stevens was one of the greatest heels in the history of the wrestling business.

Stevens, who died in 1996 at the age of 60, left an indelible mark on the profession during a career that spanned five decades.

 

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Clearwater tomorrow. Lexington, KY, MegaCon & Philly!

 

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WWE to honor true warrior at Hall of Fame ceremony

– Mike Mooneyham

 

With Wrestlemania weekend right around the corner, speculation is running rampant, critics are having a field day, and burning questions abound.

 

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How To Possibly Survive Wrestlemania Week (well 4 days)

– By Dr. Mike Lano

 

Rule One: plan out everything

 

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Are TNA Bookers Channeling Tolos/Rivera ’73?

– Dr. Mike Lano

Has Mike Tenay had impact on booking EC3/Spud?  It totally had Tolos/Rivera ’73 elements in it.

 

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Jim Cornette tribute and fan expo

 

– Article & photos by Josh Stewart

 

Famous pro wrestling manager Jim Cornette was honored with a tribute dinner as part of the Masters of Ring Entertainment fan expo in Wilmington, North Carolina. Newsday.com pro wrestling writer Josh Stewart was in Wilmington and shared photos of Cornette and other pro wrestling legends via Instagram.

 

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Fitness tip: Change the words “I can’t” to “I don’t”. “I don’t eat bread or pasta” is far more empowering.

 

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Jim Cornette no fan of today’s pro wrestling


– Josh Stewart

 

Jim Cornette decrees the wrestling business is no more, then a few minutes later rattles off all the stuff he’s doing in the wrestling business.

In Cornette’s mind, there’s zero contradiction. To him, there are two different wrestling businesses: a corporate one he so happily extricated himself from, and a litany of projects he’s immersed himself in to relive and retain the era he holds so dear.

 

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