The Fight Game Podcast – Luke Perry, Ciampa’s Injury, Road To WrestleMania (Ep. 66)

Tommaso Ciampa

On the latest episode of the Fight Game Podcast, John and GG discuss the passing of Luke Perry and King Kong Bundy, Tommaso Ciampa’s injury, the Road To WrestleMania, and Monday Night Raw episode 9.


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Ranking WrestleMania – Part 1

Ranking WrestleMania

Check out part one of our series of posts on ranking WrestleMania.

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Road To WrestleMania XXX – The Undertaker

The Undertaker's WrestleMania

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We saved the best, and longest, for last. The Undertaker is synonymous with WrestleMania and for good reason. The streak is now the most important thing going. Let’s look at The Undertaker’s WrestleMania career. Continue reading

Road To WrestleMania XXX – Hulk Hogan

Hulk Hogan's WrestleMania

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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 30 For 30 – WrestleMania 2

WrestleMania 2

If you missed the first WrestleMania 30 for 30 discussing the very first WrestleMania, check it out.

Superfriends Universe and Fight Game Blog now bring you, our WrestleMania 30 for 30 – WrestleMania 2 podcast.

Big D, Jason, and I discuss all the build up, hype, and angles about that show. I have tons of memories about that show as my wrestling fandom kicked into high gear in early 1986.

Check out our second WrestleMania 30 for 30 and let us know what you think!

WrestleMania Memories With GG

Benoit and EddieBefore I get to my favorite memories, you should first read Big D’s, Alan’s, Duan’s, and Cadillac Don’s entries.

What is your oldest WrestleMania moment?

Yes, I am old enough to have watched a copy of the first WrestleMania a few months after it happened. But I don’t have a real “first” memory from that show because I didn’t really know what I was watching. Like Don, my first memory involves King Kong Bundy, but it wasn’t of him dropping an elbow on Little Beaver. It was of he, Don Muraco, and King Kong Bundy “Pearl Harboring” the great Hulkster on the Saturday Night Main event before the big show. That angle is really what hooked me on wrestling. I didn’t get to see WrestleMania 2 live, but I was able to find out the results fairly quickly. It was the first time I cared about what happend.

What is your favorite WrestleMania moment and why?

Even though it’s probably not the most popular scene nine years later, my favorite WrestleMania moment was at the end of WrestleMania XX when two friends realized their dreams and their emotions were real in this fake sport. Continue reading