Classic World Wrestling Federation Promotional Shots [1990-1992]
Enjoy the gallery of absolute, one-hundred percent, bonafied legend of professional wrestling. Seeings these photos just makes me wonder who we’ll see as legends from this generation…
Evolution Promotional Shot 
I’ve always regret tuning out of wrestling altogether after the entire Invasion angle fizzled out. I missed the return of Flair. I missed the WWE debut of Goldberg. I missed the entire rise of the Evolution stable, a group that’s seemingly well loved by everyone who was watching around this time.
“The Valentine/Flair Wars” - Sports Review: Wrestling [May 1981]
Bloody Ric Flair, Greg “The Hammer” Valentine IS professional wrestling.
[This Day in Wrestling History] Ric Flair vs Sting - WCW Monday Nitro: The Night of Champions [3/26/2001]
After being bought out by Vince McMahon, WCW decided to end their final Nitro with a match between two guys who embodied what World Championship Wrestling was. This Sting vs Flair match wasn’t an epic match for the ages or part of a vicious blood-feud, instead it was a bittersweet moment between two wrestlers who had nothing but respect for one another. That respect completely shows during WCW’s last shining moment as the two can be visibly seen smiling and joking throughout the match, even calling one or two spots out in the open.
Promo of the Day
Ric Flair Runs Down the Legacy of WCW
WCW Monday Nitro
March 26th, 2001
The (at-the-time) fourteen time World Heavyweight Champion has something to say about Vince McMahon claims of holding the fate of World Championship Wrestling in his hands.
Looking back at this clip and knowing everything we know now… Vince McMahon ended up being absolutely right about his claim. He took WCW and brought it into the WWF, only to end up completely burying it completely with the terribly handled Invasion angle.
“The Nature Boy” Vince McMahon and Ric Flair - WWF RAW [1/7/2002]
To fully illustrate the difference of the audience and general attitude (no pun intended) between today’s crowds and the crowds of a decade ago, as soon as Vince McMahon started to put on the Ric Flair robe and wig, he was bombarded by an immediate “ASSHOLE” chant.
Regardless, this was a fun segment that ended up McMahon pulling out a lead pipe leaving Ric Flair a bloody mess in the middle of the ring.
Very impressed with WCW: The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2’s packaging. I’ve gotten through disc one and am already loving the set. Expect some sort of write-up or post highlighting the best parts of this collection of Monday Nitro moments.
All you wrestling mutants can argue all day about the new WWE Championship title — there’s no way in hell that anybody’s going to come up with a design or style that can beat Big Gold as far as I’m concerned.
This gross comic strip (found in ToyFare Magazine #22) showcases figures from Remco’s American Wrestling Association All-Star Wrestling Figures which were the first line of wrestling toys to be sold in the U.S., slightly beating out LJN’s line of World Wrestling Federation figures. These AWA figures were very similar-looking to characters from the Mattel He-Man line and included wrestling legends such as Ric Flair, Abdullah the Butcher, Stan Hansen, and the Road Warriors.
Fun fact: In addition to having people like “The Nature Boy” in their toy line, Remco also managed to create plastic versions of “Big” Scott Hall and Shawn Michaels well before they became famous for their roles in the WWF.