Hear ye hear ye! Step right up and listen to another edition of The Golden Age of Grappling! This week we delve headfirst into the era of Hulkamania! Its 1986 and while the Hulksters on a cocaine and steroid fueled rampage from city to city, the WWF teamed up with national television network NBC to produce a series of wrestling specials, This week we look at the fifth time they did such a special! Witness the glory that is Adorable Adrian Adonis vs the Junk Yard Dog! And Roddy Piper Spitting and whipping Mr T after attacking him post Boxing match!
So join us, as we reviewed WWF's Saturday Night's Main Event from March of 1986!
Welcome one! Welcome All! To the Golden Age of Grappling! On this week’s show, we take a visit to the dying days of Territory Wrestling! Dick The Bruiser was the head of the WWA which did their business “Deep in the flyover states” from Indianapolis to Chicago to Toledo to Detroit! See the generic versions of multiple well known wrasslin’ gimmicks from Hillbilly’s to masked assassins! In fact they are promoting in the future a match to determine who the real Superfly was… And no, neither wrestler in the match is Jimmy Snuka! Bad wrestling, but a fun look into weekly wrestling promotion, and more Scott Steiner at age 24 than you can stand!
We reviewed the World Wrestling Association’s Bruiser Bedlam Wrestling from August 23rd and 30th of 1986!
Ladies and Gentlemen, Step Right Up! To another edition of the Golden Age of Grappling! This week we take another dive into the "Home Video Collection" on the WWE Network as we look to 1988's Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake. See the origins of the character as well as his long running feud with The Dream Team! Its a collection of matches with crap endings and its apparently supposed to make you love the Beef!
We Reviewed Coliseum Home Video's Brutus the Barber Beefcake from 1988!
Welcome one, Welcome ALL! To the Golden Age of Grappling! This week, witness the beginning of GLOW! See the episodes that started it all as David McLane and his band of beauties stormed the television screens of America in the 80s! Along with all their first-try oddities, like cut-away insert shots, Hooded Racists, and a curse word filled promo from Hollywood! Its sleazy, its cheesy, and its kind of incredible!
We reviewed Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling Episodes 1+2!