WWE superfan. Born 1985. I don't drink nor do I do any drugs. :) My earliest memory I have, is looking at a turnbuckle and seeing ropes everywhere. Turns out it was Wrestlemania III. True story. I have watched Professional Wrestling my entire life, minus 2 or 3 dark years in my early teens. Which just so happened to be the beginning of the Attitude Era. Dont worry I was quickly brought back up to speed with an extensive VHS collection that I still even have to this day. Alot was going on in my life at the time, and wrestling was the last thing on my mind. I am an avid collector of WWF/E memorabilia and VHS/DVDs.
My favorite wrestler of all time is Shawn Michaels.
My least favorite wrestler of all time is Scott Hall.
My favorite match ever is tied between Steamboat/savage WM3 and
My Favorite Genre of music is Metal. Bands like Opeth, Nevermore, Dream Theater, All Shall Perish, Obscura, Cattle Decapitation, and the list goes heavier.
Movies: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, Quinton Tarantino, Robert Rodriguez, Bruce Willis, Clint Eastwood, Sergio Leone, and Sam Peckinpah.
I know a lot of you are on the Ryback Hate wagon, but I've been on the "Ryboat" since he came back, and found this interview entertaining.
Well my girlfriend certainly scored her points tonight! I occasionally go out looking for random and very obscure videos as well as classics, and there on the bottom of a shelf, she found this gem. The Wrestler (1974) Produced by Verne Gagne, The movie is about promoting the sport while gamblers, mobsters, unscrupulous wrestlers, money-grubbing promoters, and fixers conspire to corrupt the industry. If you have ever seen "The Spectacular Legacy of the AWA" DVD, (which I highly recommend) you might remember them briefly going over it. Wrestlers like: Don Muraco, Dusty Rhodes,Ric Flair, and Verne Gagne himself are in it. actually pretty much the whole AWA roster is in it somewhere, being part of the movie or wrestling clips. OH and acting in a small roll in the film is none other than Vincent Mcmahon himself! Pretty shocking I know. Especially with how Gagne and Mcmahon would butt heads just a decade or less later. Anyway If you haven't seen this movie and you are an old school wrestling fan, I highly suggest this movie to be seen at least once. Has anybody else seen this movie?
Image via www.WWE.com So its that time again! Every big thing needs to have a yearly award ceremony. The WWE does this to relive the year's greatest moments and award those who have made...
As some of you may or may not know, I love collecting Wrestling stuff. So much so, that my special lady friend says I have a hoarding problem. I do. So what? I've been collecting stuff ever since...
Well, here is some good news, guys! This just came from John Bradshaw Layfield (JBL)'s Facebook page: After Jerry "The King" Lawler makes his Triumphant return to Monday Night Raw next week,...