Pat Patterson Tag

- The dark main event at Tuesday’s WWE SmackDown tapings in Houston, Texas saw John Cena defeat Big Show and Dolph Ziggler. Cena won after Show accidentally knocked out Ziggler. John Laurinaitis came down with a steel chair after the match and Cena hit him with an Attitude Adjustment. – TheScore’s Arda Ocal recently had the chance to speak with WWE Hall of Famer and current WWE Scout, Gerald Brisco, who is currently in London scouting for WWE at the Olympic games. On the two phases of his career;Read More

Posted On May 30, 2012By StaffIn News

Six Matches Revealed For WWE’s “Falls Count Anywhere” Set

A number of matches have been revealed for, WWE Falls Count Anywhere Matches on DVD & Blu-Ray, courtesy of Shock Entertainment: Alley Fight Sgt. Slaughter vs. Pat Patterson Madison Square Garden · May 4, 1981 Chicago Street Fight The Road Warriors vs. Booker T & Sting WCW Uncensored · March 24, 1996 Falls Count Anywhere Match Sting vs. Cactus Jack WCW Beach Blast · June 20, 1992 Street Fight Mr. McMahon vs Ric Flair Royal Rumble · January 20, 2002 Fully Loaded Strap Match The Rock vs. Triple H FullyRead More

Posted On May 24, 2012By StaffIn News

Post-WWE Goldust Update, RAW Roundtable, Otunga, Heyman

* Goldust wrote on Twitter that he will be getting married soon. After being released from WWE, he is taking independent bookings and says Japan may be an option for the future. He also says he won’t be doing interviews unless it’s to promote a show or merchandise and says he’s not interested in doing radio appearances: “Listen i dont have any interest in doing any radio.. Im not bitter so go ask someone else” * Jim Ross, Michael Hayes, Pat Patterson, “Road Dogg” BG James and Gene Okerlund filmedRead More

Posted On May 23, 2012By StaffIn News

SD Dark Main Event, Regal Talks WCW List, WWE Roundtables

- The dark main event after last night’s tapings saw Sheamus defeat Alberto Del Rio by DQ when Ricardo Rodriguez interfered and attacked Sheamus. – Jim Ross, Michael Hayes, Pat Patterson, “Road Dogg” BG James and Gene Okerlund will be filming new Roundtables segments in Stamford, CT tonight. The topics will be History of Monday Night RAW and Hardcore Wrestling. – William Regal isn’t happy with’s list of top 50 WCW stars. Regal, who was ranked #35, wrote the following, “Whoever put together the top 50 WCW superstars onRead More
– has posted a list counting down the top twenty-five Intercontinental Champions of all-time and Randy Savage comes in at number one. He is trailed by Chris Jericho, Ultimate Warrior, Mr. Perfect and Pat Patterson. To view the complete list, click here. — has released a “Kamala” Benefit T-Shirt, with all proceeds going to aid the legendary wrestler’s medical bills. The first seventy-five customers who order the shirt will receive an autographed photo of WWE developmental wrestler Kassius Ohno (a/k/a Chris Hero). The former WWE Superstar has undergoneRead More
WWE will broadcast a live “Old School” themed edition of Smackdown on Tuesday. The show will take place from the Hampton Coliseum in Hampton, Virginia. The official tagline for this week’s Live Smackdown is “blast from the past.” Advertised names include “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, Pat Patterson, Jimmy Hart, “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan, Tony Atlas, Mean Gene Okerland, Howard Finkel and Hillbilly Jim. The live broadcast will also anchor the debut of SyFy’s “Dream Machines” series at 10 PM, which will feature John Cena in the premiere. The following is from theRead More

Posted On March 31, 2012By Daniel PenaIn News

WWE Launching Two New TV Programs, New Network Shows

WWE officials held a state of the business meeting this week in Miami, Florida and it was disclosed to Variety that the organization has plans to launch a one-hour weekly television show on a yet to be announced United States television station. WWE will also produce an hour-long Spanish-language program. Details on both shows were not issued. Additional news from the meeting are as follows:   * WWE announced the following series for the forthcoming WWE Network: WWE Divas Tour Bus, WrestleMania Rewind, The Monday Night War: Raw vs NitroRead More

Posted On February 5, 2011By Daniel PenaIn News

NXT Rookie Diva Resurfaces, Punk Responds To Jim Ross, More

– The February 5 episode of WWE Superstars on WGN America drew a 0.73 cable rating, with 839,000 viewers. Viewership was up from last week’s episode, which was a 0.64 cable rating with 755,000 viewers. The midnight replay garnered a 0.23 cable rating, with 261,000 viewers. — CM Punk responded to Jim Ross dubbing him this week the best wrestling villain, writing on Twitter: “When somebody I respect offers me glowing compliments, it’s better than any payday. Harley Race, Pat Patterson, Blackjack Lanza and now Jim Ross say I’m theRead More

Posted On February 1, 2011By StaffIn News

JR Says Miz Is A “Beatable Champion”, Ziggler, Nash/Booker, More

Jim Ross has a new blog entry available on his official website. Below are the highlights: -Miz wins and retains his WWE Title ala Ric Flair and the NWA Title back in the day which add credence to my ‘expert opinion’ that Miz is a ‘beatable champion.’ That’s not a knock on Miz and anyone who actually understands the biz should know such. -Dolph Ziggler reminds me somewhat of the great Pat Patterson of many years gone by not to mention that the athletic Ziggler has some Mr. Perfect traitsRead More

Posted On January 31, 2011By StaffIn News

JR Blog: Diesel & Booker T’s Returns, Punk, Morrison’s Jump

WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross is back with another blog on with Royal Rumble thoughts. Here are some highlights: Morrison’s Wall Grab: “John Morrison’s leap of faith to the security wall and show of athleticism will be on many future Royal Rumble highlight packages. I thought Morrison might last a little longer in the RR match but that one interval served Morrison well.” Dolph Ziggler’s Performance: “Dolph Ziggler reminds me somewhat of the great Pat Patterson of many years gone by not to mention that the athletic ZigglerRead More

Posted On November 13, 2010By Daniel PenaIn News

WWE Reveals Its Top 50 Superstars Of All Time

Shawn Michaels was named the number one Superstar in World Wrestling Entertainment’s forthcoming DVD set counting down the top 50 Superstars of all time, WWE: Top 50 Superstars of All Time. The DVD’s complete 1 to 50 ranking is as follows: 1. Shawn Michaels 2. The Undertaker 3. Steve Austin 4. Bret Hart 5. The Rock 6. Harley Race 7. Ricky Steamboat 8. Andre the Giant 9. Rey Mysterio 10. “Rowdy” Roddy Piper 11. Eddie Guerrero 12. Triple H 13. Gorgeous George 14. “Macho Man” Randy Savage 15. “Mr. Perfect”Read More