BY MIKE MOONEYHAM Published November 15, 2009 Are you ready for some wrestling? Monday Night Wrestling, that is, and we’re not talking about Monday Night Raw. That’s according to Hulk Hogan, who’s now pulling some major strings in TNA, and telling friends that he’s strongly pitched the idea of re-starting the Monday Night Wars. Hogan [...]
Which free-agent star would you go after if you had a wrestling company, a sizable bankroll and your initials weren’t WWE?
If you’re Dixie Carter, you’ve got to be thinking about that question. The TNA president recently made a potentially game-changing move with the acquisition of Hulk Hogan, and Spike TV appears more committed than ever to take the product to the next level.
So what next?
An article by Mike Mooneyham Published Nov. 1, 2009 Here’s three words not many saw coming. “Hulkamania is back.” And not only is the Hulkster back, he’s thrown down the proverbial gauntlet, and he did it in Vince McMahon’s backyard. Hulk Hogan, one of the most recognizable figures in the history of professional wrestling, drew [...]
By Mike Mooneyham June 2, 2002 Few names in the wrestling business have generated more tabloid fodder in recent years than Scott Hall. The controversial performer, appropriately dubbed “The Bad Guy,” has wrecked automobiles, been in and out of drug rehab, and been married and divorced to the same woman twice. He also has been [...]
An article by Mike Mooneyham Published June 23, 1996 EDITOR’S NOTE: Dick Murdoch, who passed away June 14, 1996, at the age of 49, was an integral part of a generation of wrestlers who helped pave the way for today’s stars. A colorful performer whose love for his home state of Texas was reflected in [...]