On the set of “Miz TV,” chaos ensues between Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, The Miz, Team Hogan Captain Seth Rollins, Team Flair Captain Randy Orton, King Korbin and Rusev
Contributing Writer and Cauliflower Alley Club Lifetime member Paul Stratoti travels through the careers of some of wrestling’s greatest managers
Just ahead of his title bout with Austin Idol, Jerry Lawler comes out with manager Jimmy Hart to brag a little and cast some insults at the challenger
Memphis promoter Jerry Jarrett talks to Dave Brown, and says that due to Jerry Lawler’s crazy contract demands, he can’t afford the star anymore
Jimmy Hart tells Lance Russell that there’s a new King in Memphis, and brings out Paul Ellering – only to have stablemate Jimmy Valiant bust up the coronation
Jimmy Hart makes his WWF debut at a TV taping in Poughkeepsie, New York, managing both Greg ‘The Hammer’ Valentine and Jim ‘The Anvil’ Neidhart
Gordon Solie and Lance Russell show some clips of the explosive situation that has erupted between Rick Rude and Jerry The King Lawler
After a quick match, Tommy Rich tells Lance Russell that he doesn’t feel like he has showcased his skills enough, so he calls out Handsome Jimmy for a fight
Jerry Lawler and Randy Savage are interviewed by Dave Brown, and say they’re putting their differences aside to team up against Rick Rude and King Kong Bundy
After beating Bill Dundee, The King is out with the Southern title belt, and asks Lance Russell, “Who’s the Greatest Wrestler in the World, and Why Am I?”
Hawk and Animal complete the trifecta of winning the World Tag Team Championships of the three major companies in the 20th century.
Lance Russell and local Memphis radio stations are reporting: Jimmy Hart has made a huge announcement that he has signed the Macho Man to an exclusive deal
Professional wrestler Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart, part of the legendary Hart family wrestling dynasty, has died at the age of 63.
A look at the beginnings of the Gentrys music man and WWF song writer, who collaborated with Jimmy Hart on some of the most recognizable tunes of all time
Manager Tojo Yamamoto has to forfeit a scheduled tag team match and lose his $300 because he’s apparently lost his tag team – Masa Fuchi and Atsushi Onita