Pro-Pain Pro Wrestling was created by the Blue Meanie and his then girlfriend, porn star Jasmine St. Claire. They ran their first show on February 15th 2002. Every show in 2002 would run at the ECW Arena. Next year there would be an issue regarding the venue, but we’ll get to that when the time comes.
The rumors are spreading about Sting jumping ship to the WWE after decades of never jumping ship. But is there enough to care about him?
A couple of years ago I was without a doubt interested in seeing Sting jump to the WWE. The vignettes that aired had me thinking it was Sting, instead, it was just the Undertaker.
There is one thing that comes to mind for me, though. People love to hate John Cena because he is stale and boring or can’t wrestle, but Sting gets all this interest. My question is… why?
It’s no secret that Vince Russo is regarded as one of the worst wrestling figures in history. Some like to blame him for the death of World Championship Wrestling and poke fun at his sometimes questionable booking of Total Non-Stop Action.
It’s a feud that happened quite often during the 90’s between two of the most recognizable wrestlers in pro wrestling history. It all started in 1989 and ran off and on for ten years.
For most of 1988, Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage were friends. In fact, they were best friends. Hogan helped Savage win the WWF World Championship at WrestleMania IV. They always had the other’s back. At SummerSlam in August they teamed up to form the Mega Powers to defeat Ted DiBiase and Andre the Giant.
In May of 1999, Kevin Nash was able to win his second WCW World Heavyweight Championship by defeating Diamond Dallas Page at Slamboree. At the same event, Randy Savage was reinstated to compete in WCW when Gorgeous George, his girlfriend, defeated WCW referee Charles Robinson. Yes, that’s true.
The biggest event of the summer has arrived for the WWF in ’93. On this night, WWF World Champion Bret Hart defends against the 1993 King of the Ring winner, Lex Luger. The Undertaker squares off against Bam-Bam Bigelow in a Last Man Standing match. Plus, Ric Flair and Mr. Perfect collide inside a steel cage. All this and more!
World Wrestling Federation presents SummerSlam
From: Auburn Hills, MI
Arena: The Palace of Auburn Hills
Announcers: Vince McMahon and Bobby Heenan
The Quebecers defeated the Nasty Boys in 6:15 when Pierre pinned Saggs after a top rope senton splash.
It’s the last week before the biggest event of the summer for the WWF. On RAW, WWF World Champion Bret Hart competes in singles action against Jeff Jarrett! On Superstars, the Smoking Gunns meet former WWF World Tag Team Champions Money Inc! Lastly, on Wrestling Challenge Lex Luger squares off against WWF World Tag Team Champion Scott Steiner. What happens in the last week before the big SummerSlam event?!
A new era in the WWF begins as Ric Flair drops the WWF World Championship to someone nobody saw coming. Plus, several wrestlers make their debut or return to the company.
WWF World Championship Scene: (currently held by: Ric Flair)
Flair’s reign as WWF World Champion for the second time would be short lived. Flair lost the WWF World Championship to Bret Hart at a non-televised house show on October 12th in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The match would be released on the Coliseum Video Smack ‘em Whack ‘em.
At the 1992 Royal Rumble Ric Flair won the WWF World Championship and was announced to defend the championship against Hulk Hogan at WrestleMania VII in April. That all changed when Sid Justice screwed Hogan over and the Hulkster wanted some revenge. So, Flair needed a new challenger and that new challenger was found in the form of Randy Savage.