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Thursday, June 30, 2011

Match of the Day

Here is your match of the day featuring the Giant Machine, a mysterious mask man (yeah right) in Japan.

Final Results on Randy Savage's accident


ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) A medical examiner says something went wrong with professional wrestler "Macho Man" Randy Savage's heart before he crashed his car and declared the cause of death as heart disease.
The autopsy released Thursday reveals that 58-year-old Randy Poffo, known professionally as Randy Savage, had an enlarged heart with severe blocking of his coronary arteries. With only minor injuries from the crash, the Tampa Bay area medical examiner determined the cause of death to be heart disease.
Authorities say Savage was driving in Pinellas County May 20 when he lost consciousness and crashed into a tree. He was later pronounced dead at a hospital.
Toxicology results showed small traces of alcohol and hydrocodone in Poffo's system, but officials say the amounts wouldn't have factored into the crash.

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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

CM Punk and the Worlds Best Promo

Last night on RAW, CM Punk cut the best worked/shoot promo we have seen in years.

Take a look here

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Match of the Day

From Florida Championship Wrestling

One of the last matches for the duo of Stan Lane and Steve Keirn as the Fabulous Ones.  Here they take on long time rivals the Sheepherders, Luke and Butch.

Sunday, June 19, 2011

King of the Ring 1993

King of the Ring 1993 was held in Dayton, Ohio at the Nutter Center on June 13th.

The night featured of course the King of The Ring Tournament that was won by Bret Hart as he pinned Bam Bam Bigelow.

Some of the other highlights included a rare 8 man tag team match with The Steiner Brothers/Smoking Gunns against The Headshrinkers/Money Inc (Ted Dibiase and IRS)

The big shock of the night was Yokozuna defeating Hulk Hogan for the WWF Title.

The King of the Ring Tournament featured a classic semifinals match with Bret Hart taking on Mr. Perfect Curt Henning

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Your Match of the Night

Tonight's Match is from the first Clash of Champions, March 27th 1988.   This is the 6 man tag team match featuring the World Six Man Tag Team Champions, Dusty Rhodes and The Road Warriors vs the Powers of Pain with Ivan Koloff.
You will notice Animal is wearing a "mask" to protect his eye that was actually hurt in a match with the Powers of Pain when the Barbarian dropped all his weight on Animals head.  This broke his orbital bone, fractured his skull, broke his cheek bone and his nose.  After surgery and time off he came back with the mask and it was the focus of most of his matches for several weeks including this one.  He didnt actually have any physical contact until he completely healed and the mask was just a prop for buildup in his matches.

Monday, June 13, 2011

News and Notes June 13th 2011

Courtesy Wrestling Online News

- Here are the results from yesterday's TNA Slammiversary IX pay-per-view
which took place at the IMPACT Wrestling Zone in Orlando, Florida: James
 and Alex Shelley defeated The British Invasion to retain the World Tag
Team titles; Matt Morgan defeated Scott Steiner; Abyss defeated Kazarian and
Brian Kendrick to retain the X Division title; Crimson defeated Samoa Joe;
Mickie James defeated Angelina Love to retain the Knockout title; Bully Ray
defeated AJ Styles in a last man standing match; Mr. Anderson defeated Sting
to become the new TNA World Heavyweight champion; Kurt Angle defeated Jeff
 to become the number one contender for the World tile.

- For the upcoming Destination X pay-per-view, TNA Wrestling will go back to
their original six-sided ring instead of the normal four sided ring that
they have been using. The company last used its six-sided ring concept at
the 2009 Final Resolution pay-per-view which was headlined by AJ Styles and
Christopher Daniels. This will be a one-time return for the ring
particularly for this pay-per-view and TNA will resume its wrestling in the
traditional four-sided ring from the following IMPACT Wrestling tapings.
Destination X takes place at the IMPACT Wrestling Zone in Orlando, Florida,
on July 10.

- TMZ.COM is reporting that former WWE and WCW champion Kevin Nash was
arrested recently for beating up on a drunk guy after his wife was getting
harassed by the guy who got his ass whooped. TMZ obtained the police report
which stated that Nash and his wife were leaving a restaurant after dinner
and a guy under the influence of alcohol approached his wife. When he was
told to leave, the guy refused and got aggressive, leaving no other option
for Nash to deck him. Police were called in and Nash held the man down until
they showed up but instead cops took the former champ in custody on
suspicion of battery, a charge that was eventually dropped due to lack of
evidence. When TMZ spoke with Nash, he said that if he wanted to sue he'd
have a good case. "I'm a 52-year-old fake fighter. My hands aren't deadly
weapons," he said sarcastically.

- In his always-interesting blog, WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross said that he
will be undergoing surgery once again this week to fix an incisional hernia
in his abdomen. "My surgeon is the same one who performed colon surgery, and
no, not the beloved Dr. Heiney, a few years ago on me," joked Ross,
referring to the skit that WWE did years ago on TV about him. "This issue
evolved just over the past 3-4 months and I'm told that getting it repaired
now would be timely and prevent other related health issues going forward."
We wish JR a speedy recovery!

Saturday, June 11, 2011

TNA Slammiversary 2011

Tomorrow June 12th TNA Impact Wrestling will holds its annual Slammiversary IX from the IMPACT Wrestling Zone in Orlando Florida.  Live on PPV at 8pm eastern

The Main Event will be for the TNA World Heavyweight Title

Sting (TNA World Champion) vs Mr. Anderson

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Tuesday Night Titans

Now seen only on Youtube, but at the time this was original and something never seen before on tv or in the world of pro wrestling, a talk show for wrestlers.

Tuesday Night Titans was originally hosted by owner/promoter Vince McMahon and at his side was the ever out of it Lord Alfred Hayes was funny, strange and too some fans or "real" pro wrestling a complete joke and was mocking of the sport.  However, it took the sport to a whole new fan base and was truly funny and in a way genius material.

Here is Tuesday Night Titans Feb 15th 1985

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Match of the Day

Our Match of the Day is from Monday Night RAW Feb 17th 1997

For the WWF Heavyweight Title
(Champion)Bret Hart vs Sycho Sid

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

The Next WWE Pay Per View Events

The Next WWE PPV on the schedule is Capitol Punishment on  June 19th and takes the place of the Fatal 4 Way pay per view.  This will be held at the Verizon Center in Washington DC.

Right now the main event is scheduled to be John Cena defending the WWE title against R Truth.

The July PPV event will be Money in the Bank from the Rosemont Horizon in Chicago Illinois.   The date of the event is July 17th.