WWF had a pretty big roster in 1993. Find out who were the top 5 wrestlers who stood out from the bunch.
1992 was quite a year for the WWF in a lot of ways. They started off with a stacked roster full of so many stars, but as the year ended most had departed. 1992 was also the year when WWF’s biggest star Hulk Hogan was absent from WWF TV following WrestleMania VIII. Overall, it was […]
1997 was the transition year for the WWF from the New Generation Era to the Attitude Era. WWF was trying a lot in 1997, like introducing the European Championship, the light heavyweight division, etc. They might have been still unable to beat WCW’s ratings in the short-run, but it was a solid showing for the […]
The WWF was struggling bad with their roster in the New Generation Era and 1996 wasn’t much different. They had quite a number of debuts in the year but lost a lot of top stars to injuries and other companies. Despite all the tough circumstances these 5 wrestlers managed to keep the WWF afloat: 5. […]
Welcome to a new series on the website, called Rating The Champ. This will follow my prior World Title Series, where I reviewed each and every WWE Heavyweight Champion in history from Hulk Hogan’s first title win in 1984 all the way to the current days. Money in the Bank cash-ins will not be included for obvious […]