WCW was a wrestling company which was filled with ups and downs from 1988 until it’s ultimate closing in 2001. Unquestionably, the fledgling organization made many mistakes which lead to its demise but there were quite a few memorable moments along the way. Continue reading
Clint Switzer & Noah Gronniger discuss one of the biggest WCW pay-per-views of all time and how the company managed to botch the event. Continue reading
In America, it’s commonplace to see fans and media help build fame for celebrities only to cheer on their eventual demise. Ronda Rousey is, perhaps, one of the most applicable examples of this phenomenon in recent memory as her fall from grace has been well documented over the past year. Continue reading
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ESPN began airing “30 for 30″documentaries back in 2009 to give filmmakers a chance to delve deeper into some of the great sports stories of fall time. Many of the films were groundbreaking and gave viewers an inside perspective of some of the untold tales from the world of sports and often featured riveting storytelling.
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With the 2015 NFL Draft looming next week (or has it been moved to July or August by now?) the SEC will most definitely be heavily represented once again. The conference known for producing exceptional defensive talent will not disappoint in that aspect, and you will likely see a handful of offensive players that emerge as well. Here are our top 10 SEC prospects for the 2015 draft:
Former USA Hockey and New York Islanders star Ken Morrow talks in-depth about his experience winning a gold medal at the 1980 Lake Placid Olympics and the lasting impact of the United State’s victory over The Soviets.
What a year it’s been in the sporting world. It seems as though there’s never been a more volatile, thought-provoking, polarizing year than 2014 for sports, both in America and around the world. Narrowing a list like this is a two-fold process: first, the story has to be something that changes some sort of paradigm within the sporting world, and second, it has to have staying power. With that being said, let’s talk about our “honorable mention” stories.
Jim Crockett Promotions was purchased by entertainment mogul Ted Turner in 1988 which gave way to WCW (World Championship Wrestling). From 1988 until its demise in 2001, WCW produced over 100 pay-per-view events. Some were spectacular, others were mind-numbingly awful and still others are good for nostalgic value if nothing else. Here, we take a look at the 10 best pay-per-view events in WCW history: