Don't Go Messin' With A Country Boy: The Wrestling Life Of Hillbilly Jim

One of a very small list of pro wrestlers about whom no one has a bad word to say, Hillbilly Jim has spent close to 40 years as a wrestler, manager, TV host and ambassador in a sport he more fell into rather than actively pursued. Born Jim Morris of Scottsville, Kentucky, he was an… Continue reading Don't Go Messin' With A Country Boy: The Wrestling Life Of Hillbilly Jim

Surfers And Ninjas And Bikers, Oh My! – The Wrestling Life Of Brian "Crush" Adams

At 6’5” and 315 pounds with good looks and an athletic background, it’s hard to believe Brian Adams never got that signature run with either WWF or WCW that could have potentially made him a main event wrestler. Poor timing, poor gimmicks and poor decisions likely had plenty to do with him never reaching the… Continue reading Surfers And Ninjas And Bikers, Oh My! – The Wrestling Life Of Brian "Crush" Adams

Wendi Richter And The Swerve That Set The WWE Women’s Division Back Three Decades

Moolah has seen her day. They couldn't even put her face on a can of dog food to sell it and she knows it! - Wendi Richter Captain Lou Albano was on a plane to New York, headed back from Puerto Rico. The longtime wrestling manager struck up a conversation with the people sitting next… Continue reading Wendi Richter And The Swerve That Set The WWE Women’s Division Back Three Decades