Road To WrestleMania XXX – Hulk Hogan

Hulk Hogan's WrestleMania


The Hulkster hasn’t had a match at WrestleMania since his match in 2002 against the Rock. But I thought it’d be nice to look back at the guy who carried WrestleMania in its early years and is back for the 30th one. Continue reading

WrestleMania Memories With Alan4L


Yesterday, I shared Big D’s favorite WrestleMania memories. It is now Alan’s turn.

What is your oldest WrestleMania moment?

I think my first exposure to WrestleMania was reading the review of the show in either the 1992 WWF annual or the WWF magazine. I remember specifically one picture of Bret holding Piper by the head as Piper’s legs were draped over the top turnbuckle. They made it look like this big huge event and by the time that WrestleMania 9 came around I was so excited.

What is your favorite WrestleMania moment and why?

I don’t think any moment in wrestling history will ever top the moment that Edge speared Jeff while he was hanging off the belt using an extra high ladder. It was so completely perfect from an execution and reaction perspective. I still think about it and say “it can’t look as amazing in reality as I remember it”. Then I see it and it’s even more amazing. Continue reading

WrestleMania Memories With Big D

Photo via IGN

Photo via IGN

I’ve stolen this idea from Arda Ocal. He interviewed WWE wrestlers and officials about some of their favorite WrestleMania moments. I asked my FGB writers about theirs. I’ll post a new list each day this week as we get ready for WrestleMania 29.

First up is none other than Big D.

What is your oldest WrestleMania moment?

The Ultimate Warrior defeating Hulk Hogan at Wrestlemania VI. The night that proved that nobody is unbeatable. Continue reading

FGB Radio Part 2 – Royal Rumble Preview + Steel Horse Vachon

Rock/PunkBig D (@EmperorBigD) joins Jason aka @dadrrtywhyteboi, and I to preview the Royal Rumble.

We first discuss Rock vs. Punk week 2 and give our thoughts on the Rock Concert. We talk about what they should do Monday for the go-home angle.

We talk about who the possible contenders are to win the Royal Rumble match (hint: there aren’t many) and then think about where things may go for WrestleMania.

We talk about the rest of the booked matches on the Rumble card and give our overall predictions on the Punk vs. Rock match.

Big D also chimes in about a local indy wrestler named Steel Horse Vachon.

This is part two of a two-parter. Here’s part one.

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