06th Nov2020

Wrestling Retrospectives: The Unorthodox Career of Luna Vachon

by Chris Cummings

In January of 1962, in Atlanta, Georgia, Rebecca “Van” Pierce and Charles Henry Wilkerson had a baby that we would later know as Luna Vachon. Adopted by Paul “Butcher” Vachon in 1966, when he married Pierce, she was raised by “Butcher” from then on out, becoming a part of the infamous and legendary Vachon wrestling […]

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30th Oct2020

Wrestling Retrospectives: The Straight Edge Career of CM Punk

by Chris Cummings

Let’s go back to Chicago in 1978. Phillip Jack Brooks was born into a family, the brother of four siblings. He grew up in a household with issues, predominantly with his father’s alcohol struggles. It was in these early years that Brooks leaned on punk rock and became straight edge. This would be a tattoo […]

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13th Oct2020

Wrestling Retrospectives: The Good Ole Career of Jim Ross

by Chris Cummings

To condense the career of Jim Ross into a single article isn’t easy. The man has been the voice of pro-wrestling for so many of us for such a long time, it’s hard to truly highlight how much he means on an emotional level, but also… he’s done so much in the business too, as […]

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30th Sep2020

Wrestling Retrospectives: The Golden Career of Dustin Rhodes

by Chris Cummings

When I think of guys in pro-wrestling who are unsung more than perhaps they should be, who have given countless memories over decades and who still manage to get in the ring and tell stories that will always be relevant and stirring, I think of Dustin Rhodes. When I began watching pro-wrestling in 1992, at […]

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