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
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
At Vengeance, Chris Jericho defeats The Rock and then Steve Austin to unify the WCW & WWF titles and become the first Undisputed Champion
Watch Stone Cold and The People’s Champion have their first pay-per-view singles encounter, an Intercontinental title match at “In Your House: D-Generation X”
1998 – WWF play-by-play announcer Jim Ross suffers a Bells Palsy attack while calling the Capital Carnage event in the United Kingdom
WWE announced Wednesday that former British Bulldog Thomas “Dynamite Kid” Billington died at the age of 60
The WWF stages one of its least successful events of all-time, a mid-week pay per view that saw Hulk Hogan win the WWF World title from The Undertaker
1985 – In ‘The Original Screwjob’, The Fabulous Moolah dons a mask as The Spider, and defeats Wendi Richter for the WWF Womens title in a highly dubious finish
One of the most storied careers in WWE history begins, as The Undertaker makes his TV debut at the 1990 Survivor Series as part of “The Million Dollar Team”
The World Wrestling Federation evolves and welcomes new stars, including one of the most iconic personalities in history.
A Hero in Mexico… A Legend in America. The Man known to fans as ‘Latino Heat’ sadly passed away on this day in 2005
Arnold Schwarzenegger guest stars on Smackdown, and is presented a WWF World title belt, recognizing him as the ‘Box Office Champion’.
In one of the most infamous moments of all time, Shawn Michaels locks Bret Hart in a sharpshooter… and the wrestling world would never be the same
Chris discusses his total dislike for WWE Crown Jewel, weekly news & highlights, and a Survivor Series ‘Best Of’ list with special guest Chris Morrison
The John Carpenter film “They Live”, starring WWF star Roddy Piper, is released to theaters, and goes on to become one of the great cult classics of the 80’s