African American Tag

The WWE Hall of Fame. To WWE fans, the Hall of Fame is an opportunity to recognize some of the best talents in the wrestling business. Ranging from colorful announcers to well-versed managers or even the best athletes from around the world, the Hall of Fame is quite a mix of talents. Yet for all the spectacular, astounding Hall of Famers there is the minority: the few individuals who don’t deserve the honor. On June 19, 1994, the second class of Hall of Famers was to be inducted. This particularRead More

Posted On March 30, 2012By StaffIn News

Ron Simmons On Entering WWE HOF, New Randy Savage Figure Out

– Ron Simmons spoke with Brian Fritz and Mike Bianchi of 740 The Game in Orlando, Florida on Wednesday to discuss his induction into the WWE Hall of Fame on Saturday in Miami, Florida. When asked whether he would have preferred the honor taking place last year in World Championship Wrestling based Atlanta, Georgia, he replied, “I think I would much rather have it in Florida.   “The state of Florida holds dear to me. I had my collegiate career there and lived there for a period of my life,Read More

Posted On February 6, 2012By Daniel PenaIn News

Former WCW Champion To Be Inducted Into WWE Hall of Fame

Former WCW World Heavyweight Champion Ron Simmons is slated to be inducted into this year’s WWE Hall of Fame class in Miami, Florida. It has not been disclosed when the official announcement will be made. Among his many accomplishments, Simmons held the WWE World Tag Team Championship three times with Bradshaw, the WCW World Tag Team Championship with Butch Reed as Doom and the WCW United States Tag Team Championship with Big Josh. However, his greatest achievement occurred on August 2, 1992, when Simmons became the first officially recognized African-AmericanRead More

Posted On April 21, 2011By Jared GebhardtIn Columns

The Wrestling Genius: You Sent’em, I Responded

This week I thought I’d turn the column over to you guys in the form of answering your emails. Now some of these I’ve already responded to directly but they raised a good enough point, question, or concern that I thought I’d share them with the class. “You are right, people do tend to trash new guys and the new era, but they don’t see that it’s the creative part of WWE that they need to be trashing. The Miz, Morrison, Shameus, and Barrett are all very talented. There’s nothingRead More