A weekly series here at Joe Montana’s Right Arm offers a weekly pick for viewers of the new WWE Network.
Hours after appearing on WWE’s Monday Night Raw and just days removed from being inducted into the company’s Hall of Fame, The Ultimate Warrior passed away on Tuesday at the age of 54. Warrior’s death was announced by the WWE early Wednesday morning.
After some deliberation, I decided to purchase the WWE Network on its week-long trial period. Considering its vast amount of content, it’s easy to get lost for hours watching bad World Class Championship Wrestling matches from the 80s amongst other items. Alas, I’m diving into six-month commitment with […]
Days before the New England Patriots travel to Denver for Sunday’s AFC Championship meeting with Peyton Manning and friends, a few of the Pats made a trip to the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in Providence, Rhode Island for Monday Night Raw. New England’s Matthew Mulligan (right), James Devlin (left), […]
The best moment from last night’s Giants/Cowboys tilt didn’t occur on the field. Instead, the enduring image from the Dallas 36-31 win over New York will be the trio of LeBron James, Hulk Hogan, and Jerry Jones getting together for a picture in a luxury suite at AT&T […]
Hulk Hogan turned 60 on Sunday but his birthday vibe will likely be spoiled by hearing this dying quail ripoff of his WWE and WCW themes.
This weekend marks WrestleMania XVIII and what is being billed as a “once in a lifetime” battle between The Rock and the WWE’s current Hulk Hogan-esque figure, John Cena. Speaking of the Hulkster, Thursday was a special anniversary for wrestling fans. It marked the 25th anniversary of what […]
Twenty-five years ago today WrestleMania III hit our screens armed with the most colossal main event of all-time: World Wrestling Federation champ Hulk Hogan defending against the “undefeated” Andre the Giant. Since it’s WrestleMania weekend, it’s only fitting to pay tribute to one of the most significant pop […]
Incredibly, the NFL lockout seems like 30 years ago and the postseason is here. This marks the beginning of our postseason preview. The first stop is in Motown.
Here is the first look at the 2011 Hall of Fame class for Joe Montana’s Right Arm. It’s complete with The Drive, vomiting, air guitar, breakups, Sia, and touchdown passes. Sounds like a good time to me. Stay tuned for salutes to each member of the new class.