Hey, Scott. Long-time reader, and I was curious about something. I either heard or read, a long while back, that Bret Hart considered himself the 'best there is, etc.' because he never injured anyone in the ring. I'm a huge Triple H fan (his SS98 ladder match and the Iron Man are two of my favorite matches of all time), and I was wondering if he had ever hurt anyone in the ring accidentally (not blading or worked shoots). Obviously, he's gotten hurt a few times (that tag team match comes to mind despite having never happened), but has he injured anyone in the ring?
The SmarK Rant for WWWF All Star Wrestling – 01.05.80
I dunno, call me a glutton for punishment with these, I guess. I’m jumping ahead a year to the start of 1980, because there’s a lot more recognizable faces and Hulk Hogan is now around.
Date: May 22, 2018
Location: DCU Center, Worcester, Massachusetts
Commentators: Tom Phillips, Byron Saxton, Corey Graves
We’re getting closer and closer to Money in the Bank and this week is going to be all about some major announcements. In this case, that would mean the announcement of which New Day member will be participating in the men’s Money in the Bank ladder match, along with the stipulation for AJ Styles vs. Shinsuke Nakamura. Let’s get to it.
Enjoy it at 2 hours and Big Dog free while you can.
Tonight, the NBA playoffs continue.
The Mets signed Jose Bautista, so good luck to him there .
Tomorrow, my column about the five biggest choke artists in wrestling goes live on the Sporting News.
Talk about it all here!
–A video package hypes tonight’s Razor Ramon-Sid matchup that has the 1-2-3 Kid as the referee. Vince McMahon announces interim WWF President Gorilla Monsoon has grown suspicious of the 1-2-3 Kid’s actions after a recent house show tour and has decided that tonight’s match will not be for the Intercontinental Championship. More on this storyline development at the end of the recap.
–Vince McMahon and Jerry Lawler are calling tonight’s action and are concluding the tapings in Brandon, Manitoba, Canada since Survivor Series is this Sunday.
Live from Atlanta, GA
Airdate: December 28, 1992
Attendance: 8,000 (6,500 paid)
Hosted by Jim Ross & Jesse “The Body” Ventura
Who will win Battlebowl? Who will become the King of Cable? Can either Simmons or Chono retain their respective World titles? Or do Rude or Muta stand a chance to unseat them? Let’s find out!