An episode of the classic wrestling news show hosted by Joe Pedicino, Gordon Solie & Boni Blackstone.
1987 – The Fabulous Freebirds have arrived back home in Georgia and on World Championship Wrestling, and they say they are looking for a fight
Larry Zbysko regains the AWA World title from Masa Saito at SuperClash IV, an event that foreshadowed the impending doom of the Minnesota promotion
Cauliflower Brown calls out NWA World Champion Nick Aldis in this video that hilariously lampoons Billy Corgan & The Smashing Pumpkins
Eli Drake is looking to reclaim the gold, and says he’s going to defeat Moose and claim the Feast or Fired briefcase containing a World Championship shot
The WWE Champion and his WrestleMania challenger join forces to take on a talented tandem of two mat-wrestling masters. Can they coexist?
A 1970s television ad for a poster featuring the one and only Superstar, floating out among the Comets and the Quasars, man…
Hot Stuff comes out to apologize for his recent actions, but it’s all a ruse, as he leaves Cowboy Bill Watts to be viciously attacked by The Russians
1990 – In an epic encounter at WrestleMania VI, The Ultimate Warrior defeats Hulk Hogan for the WWF World Heavyweight title in front of 67,000 fans in Toronto
Three Legends converge as Bill Apter has back-to back interviews with Jerry Lawler & Bill Watts. Also, TGP Editor Ryan Boman presents the Wrestler of the Week
In front of a reported 93,000 fans at WrestleMania III, Hulk Hogan defeats Andre the Giant to cap off the WWF’s grandest spectacle of all time
Following Sunday’s huge card, Kenny Omega talks about facing The Young Bucks, Kota Ibushi’s injury, and NJPW Strong Style Evolved
1984 – The World Class Championship Wrestling announcer can’t handle the behavior of The Fabulous Freebirds, so he quits the interview and the ‘Birds take over
At WCW Uncensored 1995, Dustin Rhodes & Blacktop Bully fight on a moving, flatbed truck in a ‘King of the Road’ match— one that cost both men their jobs
2001 – WCW hosts the Greed pay-per-view in Jacksonville, Florida, before being purchased by Vince McMahon and the WWF just a week later