I couldnâ€™t help myself. Although I said my last blog was the final entry in the fun facts series, this one is actually a prequel, so I didnâ€™t lie. These are pretty much left-overs from my previous blogs. This set of trivia is mostly based on older, rare facts from back in the day. Iâ€™m sure some of these wonâ€™t be shockers to you long-time wrestling fans. Iâ€™ve lost
Due to popular demand, I bestow upon you the 3rd installment of my fun facts trilogy. All great things come in 3â€™s, right? This is by far the biggest entry in the series. It will focus on TV and PPV stats, and go very in-depth. Fact checkers get ready because youâ€™re in for a doozy. I want to thank everyone who read and helped support this series in any way. Letâ€™s roll.
I recently did a blog called â€œ15 Amazing Facts and Weird Crapâ€ which received great feedback, and more importantly, I had fun doing it. Therefore, I have decided to throw another statistic-fueled set of facts at you, except this time, everything has to do with numbers. Some of these numbers are readily available on various websites, others I had to look up. Either way, I think you will
The following is my list of the greatest athletes to ever wrestle in the WWE. Now for this list, I have 2 simple rules: (1) the entrants must have wrestled at least one singles match in a WWE ring (no WCW or NWA) and (2) they must have a recognizable reputation in wrestling. This was very difficult to objectively rank, so, as usual, enjoy the content rather than go nuts over my order. Most of these
Here is a treat for you nostalgic users. The following is a star-studded, top 20 countdown of the greatest wrestler-turned-actors of all time. I tried to rate the following stars objectively based on a combination of A.) Filmography, B.) Box office success, C.) Significant roles, D.) Acting skill (or attempt of), E.) Signs of promise for the newer guys/trailblazing status for the older guys. Although