Mike Mooneyham wrestling column: A tribute to County Hall, a magical place for professional wrestling fans in Charleston.
More than 30 territories once made up the wrestling business in this country, and few were as colorful and rich in history as Memphis, a promotion that spawned such iconic performers as Sputni…
Where are they now?
South Carolina native John Skyler has achieved a number of milestones during his 11-year wrestling career. The next one looms to be one of his biggest when he teams with legendary Japanese performer Jushin “Thunder” Liger on July 7 at a Premiere Wrestling Xperience show in Charlotte.
Twenty years ago it could have been a marquee matchup worthy of a Wrestlemania main event.
The infamous “Montreal Screwjob,” one of the most controversial off-script double-crosses in professional wrestling history, is still talked about and debated almost 22 years after the 1997 in…
Matt Morgan still remembers driving past Titan Towers on his daily ride home from school.
Mick Foley appeared to struggle with a long-winded announcement of a new, and potentially meaningless, championship called the “24/7” title. The live crowd in Albany, N.Y., reacted – not surprisingly – with a tepid response, some even booing the unveiling.
The pro wrestling community is mourning the loss of former WWE Diva Search winner Ashley Massaro, who passed away at the age of 39.
It might be far too early to push the panic button, but WWE isn’t taking the past several months of declining ratings lightly.
For more than a decade pro wrestling fans converged upon Charlotte the first weekend in August to relive memories from their childhood and to make new ones. The event returns this year with a new name and promoter.
“Remember the name ... Goldust!”
Lacey Evans might be portraying a sweet and sassy Southern belle outside the ring, but she was downright nasty inside it Monday night.
“No matter where you come from, no matter what you look like, if you believe, you can make it happen.” – WWE announcer Byron Saxton
Chris Nowinski, WWE’s first Harvard alumnus, was the company’s youngest hardcore champion.