This Date in Pro-Wrestling History
Unfortunately, The Lex Express was heading toward a breakdown.
It’s been nine years since CM Punk left Allstate Arena with the WWE title after beating John Cena at Money in the Bank 2011. The wrestling boom it seemed to portend didn’t happen, but that doesn’t make the moment any less special.
The man, the myth, the legend that never was.
That time Vince’s limo blew up on Raw (and President Trump thought something really happened to him)
It was a wacky night on this day in pro wrestling history.
One of the most grotesque on-air injuries in pro wrestling happened on this date in history.
Hey, at least he’s not saying things like this anymore!
"The Great One" at his finest.
This was the last we would see of the colorful Sting before he donned the black and white face paint.
One of the first big battles in the WCW vs. nWo war was fought in Winston Salem on this day. It was also the day Sting decided it was time for a change.
The vicious end to a really dumb idea.