As the world comes to grips with the untimely passing of professional wrestling icon The Ultimate Warrior, it sheds light on an unfortunate trend of pro wrestlers who died too early for various health reasons.
Every time a wrestler dies, it is the equivalent of an angel losing their wings in heaven. Their roles as entertainers stretch far beyond giving fans beefcake violence in the ring.
Young Jeezy dropped by the Big Boy’s Nieghboorhood on Power 106 in LA and of course the topic of conversation included his now infamous altercation with Rick Ross backstage at the BET Hip-Hop Awards. Mr. 17.5 revealed his side of the event and also commented on shots Gucci Mane recently sent his way, and responded […]
Any 80s baby can totally appreciate this. This awesome collection of WWF (or the WWE, as they are known as now) posters from the 80s and 90s golden years of professional wrestling looks like a must have for any true mark. A stark contrast from today’s “Joe Everyman” type of wrestlers that are now popular […]