It’s WrestleMania week, which is the equivalent of Super Bowl week for wrestling fans around the world. To get into the spirit of the season, it’s time to honor WrestleMania 32 by giving you JMRA’s top 32 WrestleMania matches of all-time. If you haven’t watched some of these […]
In the hours following Richard Sherman ripping the headlines away Peyton Manning’s 400-yard effort on Championship Sunday, the professional wrestling community came out in support of the Seattle Seahawks cornerback essentially calling himself the best in the world. While Sherman’s post-game interview with Erin Andrews has sent shockwaves […]
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.
You survived the Rapture. Celebrate accordingly.
Randy “Macho Man” Savage was crazy. Sometimes he morphed into the type of crazy that someone normally reserves for a funny relative or friend. Other times he could be the type of crazy that made viewers wonder if he needed to be put in a straitjacket.
We’re hours away from one of the premiere Man Day events of the year in my opinion, Wrestlemania. To commemorate this event, we go back to April 5, 1992.
Valentine’s Day is here and I want to use this opportunity to help my fellow man by examining one of the true tragic love stories of the modern era; while lifting the lid on schemers.
Not sure if you heard but the Jets upset the New England Patriots in the AFC Divisional playoffs on Sunday, 28-21. Bart Scott, who was angry at the lack of respect given to the Jets all week, fired back after the game.
[picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=Ric+Flair&iid=4421160″ src=”d/9/a/b/WrestleMania_25th_Anniversary_1ab3.jpg?adImageId=10698760&imageId=4421160″ width=”380″ height=”253″ /] Thursday marks a great day in American history. No, no, no. Not Cassius Clay knocking out Sonny Liston. The legendary Nature Boy Ric Flair celebrates birthday 61.
The Phillies season is over. Naturally, I’m in mourning as the Yankees laid their repeat chances to rest last night in a 7-3 victory in Game 6 of the World Series. It was a great 371 days to be on top of the mountain. Much like Randy Savage […]