Senior Editor Jim Phillips continues his journey through the formative years of the World Wrestling Federation, taking a look at the transition from Vince McMahon Sr. to Vince Jr.
Senior Editor Jim Phillips documents his recent trip to New York City to sample the local wrestling scene, visit Madison Square Garden, and make an appearance on The Evan Ginzburg Radio Show
Senior Editor Jim Phillips continues his journey through this series, charting the transformation of the WWF, from a Northeastern promotion to a global wrestling superpower
Senior Editor of Classic Wrestling Jim Phillips is set to appear on The Evan Ginzburg Show Sunday, December 9.
Senior Editor Jim Phillips presents part 1 of a discussion with legendary amateur-turned-pro Bob Roop, on the origins of his career and his early beginnings
Senior Editor Jim Phillips talks with ‘The Taskmaster’ Kevin Sullivan about his origins in the business, and his early days as a pro wrestler
As the WWWF breaks away and dominates the Northeast with Bruno Sammartino as their champion, they assemble an important cast of characters
This week, a discussion with Matt Cimber – Hollywood director, former husband of Jayne Mansfield, and one of the men behind the original G.L.O.W. series
Back from his ill-fated trip to Alabama, Senior Editor Jim Phillips gives details about reciving an award – and a beatdown – in Southern Legacy Wrestling
Our website’s resident historian will receive special recognition at SLW’s event on Saturday, for his work in preserving the heritage of professional wrestling
Senior Editor Jim Phillips returns with Part Two in this series tracing the formative years of WWE, as they forged out on their own under the WWWF banner
This week, we take a look at Jess McMahon and the very roots of a company that his grandson would eventually grow into a billion dollar empire
Senior Editor Jim Phillips returns to the helm of this perspective series, and talks with Georgia wrestler Vordell Walker about his early days in the ring
Jim Phillips wraps up this in-depth series on Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling and Crockett Promotions, leading all the way up to their sale to Ted Turner
Jim Phillips continues his massive series on Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling with a look at the mid-1980s through the first Clash of the Champions