Jim Ross sits down to talk with Missy Hyatt, Eddie Gilbert & John Tatum and find out just exactly what kind of ‘arrangement’ they have in the UWF
1991 – A video showing Barry Windham and Arn Anderson using some old school training methods in their quest to win the World Tag Team titles from Doom
1990 – The Horsemen’s Enforcer captures the gold, and begins a stunning 336 day title reign, by pinning The Pearl of the Orient
At a RAW is WAR taping, Triple H defeated Shawn Michaels to win the WWF European Championship, when his fellow D-Generation X member lays down for him
1998 – WWF play-by-play announcer Jim Ross suffers a Bells Palsy attack while calling the Capital Carnage event in the United Kingdom
1988 – The Nature Boy and his manager say that even though Ric Flair isn’t afraid of Lex Luger, they still have to teach him some ‘lessons’ before the Great American Bash
At WCW Halloween Havoc, Sting and Ric Flair team up to face Terry Funk and the Great Muta in the Thunderdome Steel Cage match, and the action gets hot!
Heading into the 1988 Great American Bash, Lex Luger has a shot at the NWA World title, but he gets attacked by Ric Flair and the Horsemen in a parking lot
Jim Ross tells the WWF Universe that he’s going to bring a couple of WCW defectors back home.
The mysterious man from The Stinger’s past continues to play his mind games at WCW Clash of the Champions XII
1988 – Sting talks with Jim Ross, saying he’s tired of The Horsemen’s tactics, and Nikita Koloff says he’ll be there to have his tag team partner’s back
In a special exhibition to decide who the the strongest tag team in the world is, Hawk and Animal have a battle of barbells with Paul Jones’ team
The artist formerly known as Dean Ambrose will be in Chicago for Starrcast, one of wrestling’s premiere fan conventions, on August 30
The Miracle Violence Connection – Terry Gordy and Dr. Death Steve Williams – defeat The Steiner Brothers to win the WCW World tag team championship
Jim Ross brings out Steve Cox, Shane Douglas, and Davey Haskins out as the finalists for the 1987 Rookie of the Year balloting, and Cox takes home the trophy