In honor of its 30 year history, this edition of Spotlight is on Summerslam, WWE’s second largest event of the year.
This edition of Spotlight is on Ahmed Johnson. Born Anthony Norris, he is best known for his appearances in WWE from 1995 to 1998 where he became the first African American to hold the I.C. Championship.
The WWE European Championship was first introduced 20 years ago in 1997. The championship was a mid-card title similar to the Intercontinental and US Championships.
The Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena was the primary sports arena in the Los Angeles area for many years. It was opened on July 4, 1959 and was the site of many important sporting events over its 57 year history.
This edition of Spotlight is on WWE legend Rick Martel. Martel had a successful career that spanned nearly 3 decades, appearing in many top promotions including AWA, WWE, and WCW.
Kamala was born James Harris on May 28, 1950 in Senatobia, Mississippi. He spent most of his career wrestling under the Kamala gimmick, a Ugandan savage who wore face paint and competed barefoot.
Sid Eudy was known by several names throughout his career, including Sid Vicious, Sid Justice, “Sycho” Sid, and Lord Humongous, to name a few. Known as “The Man That Rules The World,” Sid enjoyed major success in WWE, WCW, and USWA, becoming a six-time world champion and headlining several pay-per-view events such as WrestleMania 13 …
This edition of Spotlight is on WWE Hall of Famer, Jake “The Snake” Roberts. The legendary Jake Roberts was known for his dark, sinister promos. He popularized the move known as the DDT. He was also known as the guy that carried a live snake with him to the ring to intimidate his opponents. In …
Performing at WrestleMania is the dream for many professional wrestlers, but everybody needs to build a foundation for their dreams first. For 28 years Jesse Hernandez has been teaching pride, honor, and respect to professional wrestling students in San Bernardino.