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So concludes season 1 of The Pro Wrestling Stories Podcast. Tune in as we reflect on this past season and how you can keep up with the latest news about our show!You can read our official press release here. ProWrestlingStories.com, your daily
“Michael Hayes was in a booking meeting when Vince McMahon said, ‘Who the f*** hired Johnny Polo?’ My heart was broken when I realized I wasn’t going to be used right.” Scott Levy performed under various aliases over his long wrestling career t
SummerSlam 1992 was assembled at outdoor Wembley Stadium just outside London, England. The 80,355 in attendance were buzzing throughout the evening, mostly in part to cheer on their hometown hero, The British Bulldog. He was set to take on his
Harley Race was considered by many to be one of the legitimately toughest men to ever grace the squared circle. This is a man who beat polio as a child, survived cancer, plus a near-fatal car crash. As Bobby 'The Brain' Heenan once said, "The o
Every story about the life of Tony Halme, professional wrestling’s Ludvig Borga, seemed so outrageous they couldn’t possibly be true. Halme truly lived the “foreign heel” gimmick in his surreal, shocking life; he was openly racist and homophobi
One of the few constants in World Championship Wrestling was Sting. He had many classic matches, won numerous titles, drew immense crowds, did big business with the nWo, you name it. He was a big deal. That’s why it boggles the mind that it too
Wrestlers' Court is a very real collective of talent that meets whenever WWE employees need to hash out differences on the road. Undertaker was usually the judge, though JBL and Triple H have sat in at the helm on many occasions. There were pro
“If you’re going to have a story, have a big story, or none at all.” The Chris Jericho vs Shawn Michaels feud involved two of the greatest artists painting a beautiful piece of work full of layers of emotion that could resonate with any pro wre
Rick Rude was a special, once-in-a-lifetime kind of wrestler. He went by the nickname “Ravishing” — and rightfully so. He had a solid moveset, great looks, flashy attire, and unbridled arrogance with the in-ring skill to back it all up. He play
Brian Pillman and his “Loose Cannon” gimmick was the talk of the wrestling business in 1996, with everyone from promoters, fans, dirt-sheet journalists, and the wrestlers themselves all discussing what was real and what was part of Brian’s char
The Rock vs Hulk Hogan, “Icon vs. Icon”. An attendance record-shattering 68,237 fans jam-packed Toronto’s storied SkyDome to bear witness the absolute best from two generations. When the two stood face-to-face and the electricity from the crowd
Hulkamania had run its course and Vince McMahon was on the hunt for a new hero who could defy all odds. Cue: Lex Luger and the Lex Express. Oh, how it all went wrong… Follow along with the article! Click here to read "Lex Express and The Failed
Many have attempted to claim the title of the toughest man in the locker room, but only one man earns that title — Meng aka Haku. In the inaugural episode of The Pro Wrestling Stories Podcast, we explore the legendary stories shared by his peer
In 2002, unbelievable chaos ensued on a fateful flight that has since passed into wrestling folklore as The Plane Ride From Hell! It was an orgy of excess, violence, and sexual misconduct that would ultimately spell the end of at least two nota
"This was not what I had expected. What Hulk Hogan had done was perfectly clear to the boys." - Bret Hart. In today's episode of The Pro Wrestling Stories Podcast, we discuss WrestleMania 9 which took place from Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, an
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