– On This Day In WWF History: WWF Wrestling Challenge
On this day in 1988, an episode of ‘WWF Wrestling Challenge’ aired.
This episode was taped a few weeks earlier in Toledo, Ohio and featured the ‘Wrestling Challenge’-debut of Mr. Perfect.
Here are the results:
• Brutus The Barber Beefcake def. Scrub
• Clips of – Jake The Snake Roberts vs. Rick Rude – from SNME.
• Brain Busters Interview, Randy Savage Interview
• Brain Busters def. David Isley and Rusty Riddle
• Koko B Ware def. Scrub
• Mr. Perfect def. Scrub
• Slick/Akeem/Big Bossman Interview
• Powers Of Pain def. Sandy Beach and Brian Costello
– WWE Still Teasing Title Changes Prior To Survivor Series 2017
WWE is still teasing that Titles might change hands prior to Survivor Series 2017 PPV, which will result in new matches being created for the upcoming PPV. Below is what WWE posted:
“Last week, both Miz and Alexa Bliss were forced to defend their titles, even though they are scheduled to face SmackDown’s champions at Survivor Series.
In addition, the WWE Universe found out on Thursday that WWE Champion Jinder Mahal will put his title on the line against AJ Styles this Tuesday on SmackDown LIVE.
Translation: No titleholder’s championship reign is secure between now and Sunday, Nov. 19. But who, if anyone, will fall from their place of glory?”
– On This Day In WWF History: Attitude Era Veteran Passed Away
On this day in 2003 we lost Old School WWF Attitude Era Veteran Crash Holly (Real name: Mike Lockwood) at the young age of 32.
The kayfabe cousin of fellow WWF Veteran Hardcore Holly, won the WWF Hardcore Championship a 22 (!!!) times between 2000 and 2002.
– WWE Posts Footage Of The Undertaker Pinning Brock Lesnar
WWE has posted an old SmackDown video of The Undertaker pinning Brock Lesnar in 2003. You can watch it below:
– Old School WWF Legend Celebrates His Birthday
Famous 80s World Wrestling Federation Superstar Ken Patera turns 75 today.
Before his professional Wrestling career, Patera was an olympic weightlifter, who also competed in strongman competition.
He’s still considered one of the legitimately strongest Pro Wrestlers in history.