It’s one of Joe Blumenfeld’s favorite times of year, marking not only another milestone but putting together a wrestling event that has him smiling from ear to ear.
There was a reason Butch Reed was nicknamed “The Natural.” Whether as “Hacksaw” Butch Reed, “The “Natural” Butch Reed, or one half of Doom with Ron Simmons, Bruce Franklin Reed was a force to be reckoned with in the world of professional wrestling.
Where are they now?
What do NFL great Tom Brady and pro wrestling legend Ric Flair have in common?
Legendary Four Horsemen member and current AEW talent Arn Anderson is the latest in a growing number of notables from the pro wrestling world who have detailed their battles with COVID-19.
John Skyler, a Columbia native and graduate of the University of South Carolina, suffered multiple tears in his right knee, the first serious injury of his pro wrestling career.
With pro wrestling/sports entertainment playing to mostly empty arenas, anxiously awaiting a green light to reconnect with live audiences, it’s an ideal time to take a look back at some of the greats of yesteryear who helped paved the way for those who followed.
Pro wrestling's Bill Goldberg is back, and Drew McIntyre is next.
“Once in a lifetime that we witnessed a Danny Hodge. Danny meant so much to so many people from all walks of life.” – Mike McGuirk, former Mid-South and WWE ring announcer
The professional wrestling world bid farewell to a number of legendary personalities in 2020.
Paul Perschmann believed that pro wrestling should be fun. That’s why, as the entertaining, over-the-top character Playboy Buddy Rose, he always seemed to be enjoying himself in the ring as much as the fans who jeered and cheered him for three decades.
“Pat Patterson was more than the first Intercontinental champion and father of the Royal Rumble Match. He helped lay the foundation for WWE as we know it. His mentorship shaped careers, his cr…
It’s been nearly 10 months since Lowcountry fans have enjoyed a taste of live local action, but Old School Championship Wrestling hopes to end that drought on Dec. 13 with its first event since February.
He growled. He barked. He even bit. Maurice “Mad Dog” Vachon was one of the greatest heels in the history of professional wrestling.
Lacey Evans, a former Marine who now lives on Parris Island, along with fellow WWE superstar and South Carolina native Shelton Benjamin, are major supporters of the Lowcountry’s “Be A Mentor” program.