Dennis Condrey, an original member of The Midnight Express, one of the most celebrated tag teams on the ‘80s, will make his first appearance in several years at the Nashville Comic Con on Dec. 8-9.
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“I’ve been living with leukemia for 11 years and unfortunately it’s back,” Roman Reigns told a shocked and silent crowd at Monday Night Raw, along with millions of other fans watching from home.
Two wrestlers from two different generations. Top stars with different styles who both made their mark on the profession.
WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels hung up the tights for good eight years ago in a style befitting one of the greatest workers to ever step inside a wrestling ring.
WWE performer Kevin Owens is originally from Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Canada, and his first language is French.
Denny Brown, 62, was a highly respected performer during his grappling days with four runs with the NWA world junior heavyweight title during the mid-1980s. He retired from the wrestling business in 1997.
Pampero Firpo, also known as the Wild Bull of the Pampas, was one of those unforgettable characters in professional wrestling.
Pete Kaasa was at the top of his game when he decided to leave the wrestling profession in 2017. Today he's a fire fighter on James Island.
Sean Morely, better known in pro wrestling circles as Val Venis, a star performer during WWE’s Attitide Era, now runs a marijuana dispensary in Mesa, Ariz., called Health for Life.
Buffalo Bills cornerback Vontae Davis didn’t even wait until the end of his team’s one-sided loss to retire last Sunday. He quit at halftime.
WWE Smackdown general manager Paige made her pro wrestling debut at the age of 13.
Buddy Colt, regarded as one of the top workers in the business during the late ‘60s and ‘70s but whose in-ring career was cut short by an airplane crash in Tampa Bay in 1975, still lives in th…
It has been six months since Ronda Rousey made her pro wrestling debut at Wrestlemania 34.