On Monday night, April 8th, 2013, during the final hour of RAW, during a special event titled WrassleCast-a-Mania, the WrassleCast All-Stars inducted our Hall of Fame Class of 2013. Not limited by the politics and strained relationships of other wrestling halls of fame, this hall of fame class boasts several greats for our second class. Check out the discussion of our Hall of Fame inductees as we reveal the WCHoF Class of 2013!
Watch WrassleCast-a-Mania 2013 here!
Inductees are presented by the WrassleCast All-Stars. For more on the WrassleCast, visit the official site http://wrasslecast.tumblr.com
Going back in time to the year of 1995, the second ever WCW Monday Nitro from Miami, Florida
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4th & Pain podcast kicks off the regular season with a huge lineup: Goldberg and Santana Moss!
For Adam Carriker, having Goldberg on the show was a bucket list moment. For Chuck Carroll, it was just plain awesome!
The former WCW and WWE Champion interestingly revealed how he would have ended his streak! If he was going to lose to Kevin Nash, he wanted to do so in ‘shocking’ fashion with a real Taser!
As it turns out, Goldberg was coached by Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett in the World Football League. He shared his reflections on that time of his life and his affinity for the wild mentality of defensive lineman.
WCW Nitro – Where the Big Boys Play!
In reaction to the recent RAW 1000 THIS show revolves around the Leader in the 90s Monday Night Wrestling Wars …
Favorite Wrestlers from the NWA and the WCW Era
Favorite Tag Teams
The Episode starts off with eclectik’s childhood bed and another dream
This week’s featured guest is Keith Holt Jr (@KHoltJr) from Ringtime Pro Wrestling
He and I discuss NWA/WCW and Nitro days including …
Worst Gimmicks Ever
From Ric Flair and the Horsemen to The Shockmaster to Juvi Juice to The NITRO GIRLS!
Of Course the Fifth is represented, featuring F, Marry, Kill and Wrinkles!
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All credit to @blackrasslin on twitter for this find…
WCW is the greatest rival WWE has ever faced. The Monday Night Wars are one of the most pivotal battles in the history of sports-entertainment. WCW’s success rested on the shoulders of experienced competitors and high-flying young ring warriors. More than a decade since the demise of the Atlanta-based organization, WWE Classics lists the Top 50 WCW Superstars of all-time.
Today WWE home video will release a 3-disc set giving us six hours of “The Best of WCW’s Clash of the Champions”. Clash was started back in 1988 as a special television event that would air opposite WWF’s WrestleMania. First started by Jim Crockett Promotions, the original Clash was headlined by the main event of NWA World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair fighting challenger Sting to a 45 minute time limit draw.
In this episode, we go through our memories of “Clash” and also talk about which old school video games we feel should be adapted to feature films.
One of our esteemed WrassleCast all-stars Keith Holt, Jr. reflects on some of his favorite title belts in this blog post on his site, Ring Time Pro Wrestling.
We like the old WWF Tag Team Title belts, which were always shiny…