The very first episode of WWF Monday Night RAW airs, beginning the most successful and influential wrestling program of the modern era.
One of the most storied careers in WWE history begins, as The Undertaker makes his TV debut at the 1990 Survivor Series as part of “The Million Dollar Team”
During the WWF’s first-ever Hell in a Cell match, Glenn Jacobs debuts as Kane, and tears the door off the cage to go after his ‘brother’, The Undertaker
Tommy Dreamer makes his ECW debut at NWA BLOODFEST, beginning his long run with the iconic, hardcore company
Bobby Heenan makes his World Wrestling Federation debut, managing Big John Studd as he defeated WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan by countout
A music video hyping the first appearances of the Raven character in Extreme Championship Wrestling, set to The Offspring’s hit song, ‘Come Out and Play’
The mystery of who will manage Randy Savage is ended, when The Macho Man’s better half makes her first appearance in the World Wrestling Federation
Marc Lowrance brings out a lady from the audience who goes on a cursing tirade about Gorgeous Jimmy Garvin and his wicked ways
He’s a deranged lunatic who has carved a path of destruction through the locker room, and TONIGHT Killer Kross is unleashed inside an IMPACT ring!
The 23-year-old star of AMBY, and new backstage interviewer, talks exclusively with TheGorillaPosition.com about going from a Music Blogger to a Television star
Lance Russell brings out former photographer-turned-manager James Cornette, who admits that his Momma’s money is helping him get his start in wrestling
1994 – Jeff Hardy makes his WWF television debut when he squares off against the 1-2-3 Kid. The match would eventually air on the June 25th episode of Superstars
VIDEO: Hunter Hearst Helmsley wrestles his debut match on the WWF’s flagship show, looking and sounding quite a bit different than he does today
Just 48 hours before his Major League Wrestling debut, Jake Hager sat down with CBS’ Chuck Carroll to talk about his past as well as his future
1999 – It’s True. Olympic Gold Medalist Kurt Angle makes his first WWF television appearance, on an episode of Sunday Night Heat in his hometown of Pittsburgh