15 years ago today, Road Warrior Hawk dies of a sudden heart attack in his home at the age of 46
Chyna wins a ‘Good Housekeeping Match’ to capture the Intercontinental championship from Jeff Jarrett, in his final WWF match.
Remembering Hall of Famer ‘Captain Lou’ Albano, who died on this day in 2009 of a heart attack at the age of 76
Bret Hart defeats Ric Flair to win the WWF Championship at a house show, becoming the first man to win the title at an untelevised event in eight years
Legendary Hall of Famer Gorilla Monsoon, dies of heart failure brought on by complications from diabetes at the age of 62
Celebrating the life of The Loose Cannon, who died on this day in 1997 at the age of 35
During the WWF’s first-ever Hell in a Cell match, Glenn Jacobs debuts as Kane, and tears the door off the cage to go after his ‘brother’, The Undertaker
The World Wrestling Federation announces via press release that writers Vince Russo and Ed Ferrara had departed the company for rival WCW.
Stone Cold drives the massive machine to ringside, taking out Mr. McMahon and a few light fixtures along the way.
The Heartbreak Kid has the IC championship taken away, following a suspension for a positive drug test
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
Bobby Heenan makes his World Wrestling Federation debut, managing Big John Studd as he defeated WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan by countout
The WWF returns to action on a special live edition of Smackdown, the first public gathering after the 9/11 attacks on New York, Virginia and Pennsylvania
Nitro and RAW go head to head for the first time ever, with a surprising result
The Nature Boy appears on Prime Time Wrestling with Bobby Heenan… and a familiar looking belt