Just a birthday today, and it’s one of the most famous women in WWF/E history.
A Hall of Famer and a couple of Browns have birthdays today.
Today, our birthdays outnumber our deaths, and that’s a good thing.
There are no live WWE wrestlers celebrating a birthday, but we have a legendary dead one:
I figured I’d start something new by acknowledging wrestlers’ birthdays. We just have one today, and she was quite a character:
REVIEW: In Your House III
Here we are, perhaps the nadir of the WWF as both a business and a creative enterprise, in the fall of 1995. Naturally, Vince McMahon’s main competition, WCW led by Eric Bischoff, had just started Monday Nitro, going head to head with Monday Night RAW and beginning the Monday Night Wars and the last great era of professional wrestling in the United States.
REVIEW: This Tuesday in Texas
December 3rd, 1991
Here we are in very late 1991, at a total curiosity of a show for the World Wrestling Federation. This show was a weekday PPV, a test by WWF to see how the market reacted to a non-weekend, non-Survivor Series Pay Per View— the answer was “not well” — and we wouldn’t see the promotion attempt it again until the mid-2000s. It takes place about a week after the 1991 edition of Survivor Series, where The Undertaker, with the help of Ric Flair, defeated Hulk Hogan for the WWF Title.