On this day in wrestling history, The Undertaker birthed another iconic gimmick match as he and Mankind fought to bury one another alive!
On this day in wrestling history, WWE chairman Vince McMahon faced his own daughter Stephanie in a brutal ‘I Quit’ match on PPV.
On this day in wrestling history, ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin’s job was on the line as the referee in a WWE title match between Undertaker and Kane.
On this day in wrestling history…Two tag teams cemented themselves as all-time stars in WWE and reinvented the ladder match forever.
On this day in wrestling history, back in 2011, one of the biggest icons in wrestling history wrestled his last televised match…It really was not pretty.
On this day in wrestling history, one of the greatest factions in WWE history reluctantly reform to face a common enemy.
On this day in wrestling history, two Canadian ‘heroes’ celebrated the biggest title win ever…In their own minds.
On this day in wrestling history, Hiroshi Tanahashi broke a NJPW record in a classic match against AJ Styles in 2014.
On this day in wrestling history, one of the finest wrestlers of all time won his first WWE World Title…And it wasn’t even on TV!
On this day in wrestling history…Back in 1999 an unlikely contender won the WWE Championship. It is also a big day on a number of years for The Four Horsemen.
On this day in wrestling history…WWE presented the first SmackDown after 9/11 and one of the greatest ever wrestled his last match.
On this day in wrestling history, an icon of the sport won his sixth and final WCW title at the Fall Brawl PPV.
On September 11th in wrestling history, Terry Funk took part in probably the most famous of his many retirement matches…
On This Day In Wrestling history…September 10th. Only the quick thinking of WWE medical personnel prevented a tragic incident on a live episode of Raw.
The story behind the formation of WCW Monday Nitro is as fascinating as its actual run. Our man takes us back in time…