From commentary to controversy, Joe & Karl cover the week in wrestling in this week’s Turnbuckle Talk
Can the most decorated tag team in the history of the National Wrestling Alliance make history one more time?
Terry Funk defeats Jack Brisco in Tampa, Florida, to win the NWA World Heavyweight Championship
A cantankerous divorce proceeding between Lana and Rusev leads to The Bulgarian Brute slamming his soon-to-be ex-wife’s suitor Bobby Lashley through a table
The Nature Boy contemplates what it would be like if Hawk and Animal rode in the limousine of the most elite group in wrestling.
At Vengeance, Chris Jericho defeats The Rock and then Steve Austin to unify the WCW & WWF titles and become the first Undisputed Champion
The road to the Opera Cup heats up as the Hart Foundation take on CONTRA Unit in the main event
WWE has reportedly changed its stance on releasing superstars as the company is apparently now willing to let disgruntled superstars go
Pro Wrestling Illustrated Editor Bill Apter makes an appearance to present the Tag Team of the Year Award to Hawk, Animal, and manager Precious Paul Ellering
Watch Stone Cold and The People’s Champion have their first pay-per-view singles encounter, an Intercontinental title match at “In Your House: D-Generation X”
An examination of the recent ‘cooling off’ of Becky Lynch, after a dominant year atop the WWE Womens Division
Following The Big Dog’s match with Dolph Ziggler, King Corbin follows through with his vow to humiliate SmackDown’s leader by chaining him to the ring post
1998 – WWF play-by-play announcer Jim Ross suffers a Bells Palsy attack while calling the Capital Carnage event in the United Kingdom
Viral Pro caps off the year with a Triple Threat match for the Viral Pro Wrestling Championship on December 14
At an Impact taping in Orlando, The Phenomenal One loses a title unification match against Magnus, and says goodbye to the company that he helped build