The days of WWE having exclusive rights to Madison Square Garden are over.
Featherweight champion Conor McGregor made history last Saturday when he walloped Eddie Alvarez to become the Lightweight Champion, making him the first fighter in UFC history to hold two titles in two weight classes simultaneously. The fight capped off a… Read More ›
The following comment is heresy for someone with my New England roots. I love New York City. Its aura, sights, sounds, and culture are infectious and my wife and I visit as often as we can. Now, we have a… Read More ›
(Blog I wrote for gerweck.net) As the WWE celebrates the 25th anniversary of their summer time extravaganza, a trip down memory lane seemed appropriate. 1988 was not only the first installment of this popular yearly event, but the first pay-per-view… Read More ›
The WWE Intercontinental championship is one the most revered and perhaps the most respected title belt among professional wrestling fans. For the longest time it was this championship that produced the most anticipated and exciting matches. More times than… Read More ›
Ring of Honor 10th Anniversary iPPV 3/4/12 The Manhattan Center in New York City Glory By Honor X Tag Team Rematch: The All Night Xpress (Rhett Titus & Kenny King) defeated Wrestling’s Greatest Tag Team (Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin) when King… Read More ›