Tag: 1998

TODAY IN PRO WRESTLING HISTORY… JULY 12th: From Baskets to the...

Hulk Hogan & Dennis Rodman defeat DDP & Karl Malone in a match that featured two NBA All-Stars trading the hardwood for the mat at Bash at the Beach

TODAY IN PRO WRESTLING HISTORY… July 6th: Goldberg streaks to the...

WCW United States champion Bill Goldberg defeats Hollywood Hulk Hogan to capture the World Heavyweight title in front of a capacity crowd on Monday Nitro

TODAY IN PRO WRESTLING HISTORY… JUNE 28TH: Mankind and The Undertaker...

Mankind and The Undertaker face off in Hell in the Cell , in one of the most memorable matches of all time

TODAY IN PRO WRESTLING HISTORY… APRIL 29th: Remembering Brian Pillman

Les Thatcher and Heartland Wrestling Association present the first Brian Pillman Memorial Show, celebrating his life and featuring stars from WWF, WCW & ECW

TODAY IN PRO WRESTLING HISTORY… MARCH 1st: Taz and Bam Bam...

At ECW Living Dangerously, Bam Bam Bigelow defeats Taz to win the World Television Championship after the two men plunge through the ring canvas

TODAY IN PRO WRESTLING HISTORY… FEB 22nd: A Starrcade Sequel at...

1998 - After a controversial re-start of their match at Starrcade, Sting and Hollywood Hogan do it again, battling for the WCW World title at SuperBrawl VIII

TODAY IN PRO WRESTLING HISTORY… JAN 8th: Thunder gets rolling in...

The fallout from Starrcade continues on the debut episode of Thunder, where Sting is stripped of the world title and speaks for the first time in over a year

TODAY IN PRO WRESTLING HISTORY… DEC 6th: JR’s Live Health Scare

1998 - WWF play-by-play announcer Jim Ross suffers a Bells Palsy attack while calling the Capital Carnage event in the United Kingdom

TODAY IN PRO WRESTLING HISTORY… NOV 15th: The Rock plays a...

The Rock defeats Mankind by 'submission' to win the vacated the WWF title, after a shocking turn of events in the tournament final

TODAY IN PRO WRESTLING HISTORY… MAY 31st: Love Comes Calling at...

Stone Cold Steve Austin defeats Dude Love in a falls-count-anywhere match, with Vince McMahon as the special referee, to retain the WWF World Heavyweight title