Paul Orndorff attacks the WWF champ in a moment that has been memorialized as “The Great Betrayal”.
Senior Editor Jim Phillips continues down the long and winding road of World Wrestling Federation history in to the late 1980’s
This week, Kevin is joined by Stride Pro Wrestling star Ax Allwardt, as they raise a can of Rowdy & Proud by Three Rivers Craft Brewery
Randy Savage makes his debut in the World Wrestling Federation, at a TV taping in Poughkeepsie, New York
Bret Hart defeats Bam Bam Bigelow to win the 1993 King of the Ring Tournament, and in the process, becomes the only man in history in take the crown twice
Triple H wins the 1997 King of the Ring Tournament by defeating Mankind in the finals
The Heartbreak Kid takes on Marty Janetty for the Intercontinental title, as the early stages of The Kliq begin to form behind the scenes
A shocking title change kicks off the legendary reign of ‘The Greatest Intercontinental Champion of All-Time’, when The Honky Tonk Man defeats Ricky Steamboat
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
At a WWF taping of All-Star Wrestling, pop singer Cyndi Lauper confronts Captain Lou Albano on a segment Piper’s Pit
The Iron Sheik and “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan are arrested on drug possession charges after Duggan is pulled over for suspicion of driving under the influence on the New Jersey Turnpike
Jeff Hardy makes his WWF television debut when he squares off against the 1-2-3 Kid. The match would eventually air on the June 25th episode of ‘Superstars’
Gentleman John & Electrifying Eric go all in on the the May 18, 1987 episode of WWF Prime Time Wrestling.
The WWF dedicates their entire live broadcast of Monday Night RAW to the memory of Owen Hart, who tragically fell to his death one night earlier in Kansas City
The most tragic accident in wrestling history occurs on this day, in 1999, when Owen Hart falls to his death at WWF Over the Edge in Kansas City