The Nature Boy talks with Bob Caudle about the $25,000 bounty that the World Champion has put on his head, and discusses his strategy going forward as he continues to pursue the NWA World title
The guys talk about the G1 Climax Finals match, the ‘Cheap Heat’ between Colt Cabana and CM Punk, plus talk with Lion’s Pride Sport’s Houston Carson & more!
After being burned by Jerry Lawler in a match at the Mid-South Coliseum, a recovering Eddie Gilbert films an interview, and promises to have the last laugh
JJ Dillon looks into the camera and tells Ole Anderson, Lex Luger and Dusty Rhodes that their time will be up on Saturday Night in the Omni.
Lance Russell talks to a new team to the area and says Terry Gordy and Michael Hayes will be taking on Bill Dundee and Jerry Lawler
1988 – The Horsemen members talk about being the symbol of excellence, and how they’re going to wear down Dr. Death Steve Williams and Nikita Koloff
Byron Saxton tries to find out why The Miz accepted Daniel Bryan’s SummerSlam challenge, but The “Yes!” Man bursts onto the scene to interrupt the proceedings
Ricky Steamboat and Ric Flair have come out to talk with David Crockett and say they are united in their war with Tully Blanchard and Wahoo McDaniel
1983 – Hawk and Animal have had enough of Precious Paul Ellering, so they fire him, and then attack him, on an episode of World Championship Wrestling
The Boyz from the Bayou are back, discussing a myriad of topics including the G1, SummerSlam and more, as well as a talk with former WCW star Air Paris
On Georgia Championship Wrestling, Dusty Rhodes is out with Gordon Solie when Terry Funk asks for help and offers his father’s watch as a guarantee
On this week’s episode, The Boys from the Bayou are joined for a very special interview, as Mikey O. and Patrick talk with WWE Superstar Matt Hardy
1978 – During a feat of strength demonstration for Ken Patera, Atlas bends a bar and then challenges for The Olympian’s Mid-Atlantic title
Long before pro wrestling was given mainstream credibility by news organizations, Larry King believed that people were craving more knowledge about the product
Eleven years ago today, the sport lost the pioneer of strong style. In honor of his memory and legacy, we present a profile on Gotch, and the documentary interview, ‘My Cigar with Karl’