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Brian Fritz and Vince McMahon

The Time I Asked Vince McMahon About Being the Genetic Jackhammer

The Time I Asked Vince McMahon About Being the Genetic Jackhammer

On Raw this past Monday night, we almost got to see Vince McMahon made his return to television.  Everyone thought it was him we heard his “No Chance in Hell” entrance music followed by a muscular guy in a suit making his way out. Only it wasn’t Vinny Mac.  Instead, it was Damien Sandow impersonating the

Vince Russo

That Time Vince Russo Booed Me On Twitter, So I Bribed Him With ‘The Following’

Do you remember Vic Venom? I didn’t either, until recently. A 1997 WWF Monday Night Raw rebroadcast on the WWE Network still had that glorious, late 90s, attitude-cutaway style WWF Magazine advertisement intact. Vic Venom showed up in his leather jacket and biker sunglasses, with promises of exclusive rumors, insider knowledge, and more, if I’d

Randy Savage

Remembering Randy Savage And His Legacy

When you think of professional wrestling and you ask the average person to come up with five names one of those names without a doubt will be “Macho Man” Randy Savage. It was three years ago today he died behind the wheel of his car driving with his new wife of just over a year.

wwe-network

First 10 Things You Should Watch on WWE Network

The big day is almost here, Christmas in February for wrestling fans with the WWE Network set to launch on Monday morning at 9:00a ET.  Over 1,500 hours of video-on-reman will be available immediately including all WWE, WCW and ECW pay-per-views. If that isn’t enough, WWE will also include all new pay-per-views as well as

mattbourne

Matt “Doink The Clown” Osborne Passes Away

Matt Osborne, best known for his role as the original Doink The Clown in the WWF during the mid-1990′s, was dead earlier today in Texas.  He was 56 years old. WWE issued a statement on his passing: Reports indicate that Matt Osborne, aka the original Doink the Clown, has passed away. A rugged brawler in

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