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Billy Gunn has posted the latest edition of “The Gunn Show”: Here are the highlights: On who fans think of when they remember DX: “Honestly, I think it’s Shawn and Hunter…yeah, you’re right, me, Brian [Road Dogg], X-Pac, we were complete degenerates, to the word…but I think when you think of it all around, from a fan’s perspective, DX is Shawn and Hunter because we were short-lived…every time they bring DX back around, which is helping, it’s always Shawn and Hunter. It’s never us. Even the book ["Unauthorized History ofRead More

Posted On April 21, 2012By Eric MartinezIn Columns

What Happened to the Memories?

In the vast universe of professional wrestling one question presents itself at various times; Do we ruin the experience for ourselves? This question partially pertains to the so-called Internet Wrestling Community or IWC, the infamous association of professional wrestling fans, and the Internet itself. The Internet has become one of the greatest inventions ever seen in the world. While it has become a tool for connecting with other individuals, it has also damaged the mysticism that is professional wrestling. I ask the reader to go back to the time whenRead More

Posted On August 4, 2011By StaffIn News

Bischoff On Impact’s Future On Spike, Announcing Again, More

iMPACT Wrestling’s Eric Bischoff was one of the featured guests on this week’s live edition of the award-winning Monday Night Mayhem. Eric Bischoff Discusses Why He Does Not Feel Uneasy About The Future Of iMPACT Wrestling On Spike TV Amidst Reports Of The Network Looking To Rebrand, The Latest On The TNA Returns Of “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair, Jeff Hardy, & Matt Hardy, Sting’s New Persona/Character And The Fan Split About Its Current Direction, If He Believes An Effective Relationship Between TNA & The World Of MMA Should DevelopRead More

Posted On October 11, 2010By StaffIn News

Details On TNA’s Decision To Turn Jeff Hardy Heel

The decision to turn Jeff Hardy heel was actually made a few weeks ago, with everything else leading up to the 10-10-10 Bound For Glory pay per view obviously a swerve. “It’s totally WCW circa 1996-1998, but without the ratings and pay per view buy rates,” one top tier TNA star told WZ tonight. “They’re talking about work-shoot and shoot-works, and they think that’s the key to turning TNA around. They’re obsessed with fooling the Internet Wrestling Community.” There have been reports online about TNA trying to decide whether theRead More