Shortly after Raven debuted in WCW, they brought in Stevie Richards for a prominent interview segment which later led o a match between the two, with Richards added to the flock. Oddly though, he seemed to disappear pretty quickly from what I remember though this did not occur to other flock members, who would remain active and at ringside until the group broke up.
What was the reason for Richards's shirt stint in WCW? Did they only bring him in to help introduce Raven? Did someone in WCW not like him?
I’m noticing on the Network something odd when you look at the on screen
bookmarks of any particular event. Most events have the start and end of
the match bookmarked with the participants (i.e. The Rock vs. Undertaker).
But in the case of that Canadian guy who killed his family they never list his
name. They have something like “Kurt Angle in singles action” for
Wrestlemania X-7. They don’t edit out his matches or any audio of his name
being said but they won’t list his name on the match bookmarks? Pretty
trivial I know but what is that accomplishing?
Why the serious hell is Ed Nordholm running a pro wrestling company? Then again, he might not have a company to run after gutting Fight Network to fund what, for now, is GFW. I said "for now" for a specific reason, see (merger not really official)? If Jeff Jarrett is gone from the promotion for good (wife Karen,too), there could be some far-reaching effects.https://www.pwinsider.com/
article/112128/what-led-to- todays-jarrett-exit-gfw- ownership-ripple-effect-thus- far-reactions-and-more.html?p= 1
Over here in Europe we were considerably more stringent against it even way into the 90's, but obviously in the Americas it was more prevalent
I was wondering when it just kind of became allowed seeing as technically punching with a closed fist is illegal? The 70's maybe?
SquaredCircle/comments/6y16mb/ more_on_the_argument_between_ maroon_and_corbinKinda makes WWE look shitty, especially with "company man" Cena clowning him at SummerSlam, if true. Also tells wrestlers what to expect if they dare speak out like that, doesn't it?
Long time (and daily) reader of the blog. Was wondering, with the show now enjoying a new wave of popularity with younger audiences, any chance for a repost of your Friends DVD rants? Or, better yet, a Scott Sez? Considering how many views any YouTube video referencing the show draws, I'd bet it would be a popular feature.