Tag: The Wrestling Territories

THE WRESTLING TERRITORIES: The WWF – part 13

Senior Editor Jim Phillips concludes this long-winding series on the history of the WWF, going from a territory to a global powerhouse

THE WRESTLING TERRITORIES: The WWF part 12 – The Mega-Bucks Go...

Senior Editor Jim Phillips continues down the long and winding road of World Wrestling Federation history in to the late 1980's

THE WRESTLING TERRITORIES: The WWF part 11 – The Descent Into...

Senior Editor Jim Phillips covers an eight-month period during which the bad guys were out in force in the WWF.

THE WRESTLING TERRITORIES: The WWF part 10 – Their Ascension Into...

Senior Editor Jim Phillips guides us through arguably the biggest year in the history of the World Wrestling Federation in his continuing series

THE WRESTLING TERRITORIES: The WWF part 9 – Fulfilling the Dream...

In this continuing series, Senior Editor Jim Phillips charts Vince McMahon's promotion, as they step fully away from the territories and go global

THE WRESTLING TERRITORIES: The WWF part 8 – Vince Makes His...

The reins of the WWF pass to Vincent Kennedy McMahon and wrestling would never be the same.

THE WRESTLING TERRITORIES: The WWF part 7 – The Heels Take...

Senior Editor Jim Phillips continues his journey through the history of the World Wrestling Federation, and profiles some of the villains of the 70s and 80's

THE WRESTLING TERRITORIES: The WWF part 2 – The Departure From...

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

THE WRESTLING TERRITORIES: THE BIRTH OF CAPITOL WRESTLING – The WWF...

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

THE WRESTLING TERRITORIES: Mid Atlantic Championship Wrestling | part 6

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