Mankind and The Undertaker face off in Hell in the Cell , in one of the most memorable matches of all time
Senior Editor Jim Phillips talks about the sacrifices made by some of our favorite performers in their quest to entertain us
2000 – Barry Blaustein’s critically acclaimed documentary, taking a look at life behind the scenes of pro wrestling, has its nationwide, theatrical release
On RAW is WAR, the unlikely team of Mankind and The Rock defeat ‘The Unholy Alliance’ of The Undertaker and Big Show to win the WWF Tag Team Championship
At SummerSlam, Mankind beats Stone Cold Steve Austin & Triple H to win the WWF Championship, with then-Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura as the special referee
Stone Cold Steve Austin defeats Dude Love in a falls-count-anywhere match, with Vince McMahon as the special referee, to retain the WWF World Heavyweight title
Not only does adding an 11th title further dilute the prestige of winning, but it also continues to devalue what it means to be a champion
WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley’s announcement of the 24/7 Championship quickly leads to two new champions
WWE’s tease of Mick Foley introducing a new title has led to speculation that the promotion will reintroduce the WWE Hardcore Championship
2000 – The WWF presents No Way Out, featuring Triple H defeating Mick Foley for the World Heavyweight title and forcing him into ‘retirement’
Vince McMahon gives Mankind a beaten-up, duct-taped version of the old WWF belt, and re-christens it the “Hardcore title”
Ohio Valley Wrestling taped the 1000th edition of their long-running television show and we were able to capture exclusive photos from the event.
Cauliflower Alley Club lifetime member Paul Stratoti takes us back in time to the 2011 seminar weekend!
1990 – At WCW Clash of the Champions X, Cactus Jack gets angry after a loss to Mil Mascaras and takes out a member of the event’s house band, The Tough Guyz
“Waking Up His Wife” is a motion picture that will cross over into the world of wrestling in more ways than one.