You’ve got to love Cody here. “*Sigh* That’s my brother.”
You know, you just don’t expect to see Stone Cold Steve Austin in flip flips and plaid shorts. Ya just… don’t.
DDP, Goldberg, The Ultimate Warrior, and “Rowdy” Roddy Piper
1998, meet 1988. God, how jacked does Piper look?! Literally every dude in this picture looks awesome!
Do you live in Louisville or close to Charlestown, Indiana? Then you have something to do on Friday night. Come see me, Jason Saint, make my professional wrestling managerial debut at D1W’s “Destination Road”! There’s a huge tag team tournament hosted by the WWE Hall Of Fame legend SUNNY to crown the first ever D1W Tag Team Champions, and I’m going to offer my services to one lucky team in an effort to take them to the top!
The show’s event page is here. It’s $8, $3 for kids, and it kicks off at 8PM. Come see me in one of the biggest highlights of my life as I debut in professional wrestling!
The show is tomorrow! Don’t miss out!
WCW World Television Championship:
Raven Vs. Chris Jericho
WCW Halloween Havoc - October 25th, 1998
Two superstars have never been more opposite, and yet more similar. Raven was a charismatic oddity who would often speak in riddles, addressing the crowd and begging the question “What about me? What about Raven?” Jericho was the charismatic showman who would often speak in quips and would at one time attempt to convince audiences that there was a conspiracy against him. A great match between arguably the two most talented superstars to never hold the WCW Heavyweight Championship while the company was still on its own.
Gordon Solie and Dusty Rhodes
Two of the greatest pro wrestling icons sharing a funny moment on film. Gotta love Dusty’s shirt, and the fact that it looks identical to what Jonah Hill wore in Superbad.
Bill Murray and CM Punk
I cannot begin to fathom the amount of one-liners spoken on this day.
Sgt. Slaughter interviews D-Generation X
"Sergeant Slobber" was never DX’s favorite commissioner, but when the boys decided to poke some fun at the WWE brass, they did so in hilarious fashion. Slaughter wasn’t exactly known to "say it" rather than "spray it", so they took measures to take care of themselves by getting face masks with miniature windshield wipers!
Waylon Mercy Vs. Doink
WWE Raw - August 14th, 1995
There aren’t many people today who remember the man known as Waylon Mercy, but to me, he’s the 90’s version of Bray Wyatt. Mercy spoke slowly in a Southern drawl and resembled Robert De Niro’s Max Cady in Cape Fear, often coming across to opponents as decent before their matches. In this match, despite the fact that Doink is the good guy and Mercy is the bad guy, the fans cheer Mercy and chant “kill the clown” at Doink. Mercy got over with the fans, despite being a heel, and for some reason, this led to his removal from TV.
Sheamus shaves his beard.
Shaun Of The Dead Part 2 now casting.
This is brilliant. Really makes me wonder how Sunday is going to turn out, though.
Truly, she is stunning.
Beth Phoenix Vs. Bam Bam Penders
OVW TV - May 19th, 2004
The Trouble Shooters were a tag team sent to OVW by WWE official John Laurainaitis, as a way to dominate OVW from the top and ensure that the talent being sent up were up to par. When it was made clear that the WWE didn’t send down a female to do the same standard setting, Beth Phoenix was introduced to be a part of the team. Her first match was against Bam Bam Penders, and it was the first time of many that she would show dominance in the sport of professional wrestling!
WCW eBay Find of the Day -Wrestling Blow Up Doll 
I… um… hrrrm
…my thoughts exactly.