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Davey Boy Smith Makes His WCW Debut - WCW SuperBrawl III [February 21st, 1993]
After being fired from the World Wrestling Federation, the “British Bulldog” found himself in World Championship Wrestling debuting against “Wild” Bill Irwin. Smith was let go by the WWF after he and the Ultimate Warrior were linked to a busted UK dealer of human growth hormone as Vince McMahon had been under scrutiny due to the steroid scandal that hit his company in 1991.
Davey Boy only spent eight months in WCW at this point and was terminated near the end of the year after getting into a bar fight. A drunken 19-year-old came onto his wife Diana Hart and even went as far as to grope her in the vicinity of the British Bulldog… which probably wasn’t the smartest thing.
The drunken teen was choked out by the Bulldog and went into a coma that lasted for several weeks. Davey Boy would eventually be acquitted years later, but the incident caused him to lose his WCW gig and stay out of the wrestling limelight until his WWF return in August of 1994.

wcwworldwide:

Davey Boy Smith Makes His WCW Debut - WCW SuperBrawl III [February 21st, 1993]

After being fired from the World Wrestling Federation, the “British Bulldog” found himself in World Championship Wrestling debuting against “Wild” Bill Irwin. Smith was let go by the WWF after he and the Ultimate Warrior were linked to a busted UK dealer of human growth hormone as Vince McMahon had been under scrutiny due to the steroid scandal that hit his company in 1991.

Davey Boy only spent eight months in WCW at this point and was terminated near the end of the year after getting into a bar fight. A drunken 19-year-old came onto his wife Diana Hart and even went as far as to grope her in the vicinity of the British Bulldog… which probably wasn’t the smartest thing.

The drunken teen was choked out by the Bulldog and went into a coma that lasted for several weeks. Davey Boy would eventually be acquitted years later, but the incident caused him to lose his WCW gig and stay out of the wrestling limelight until his WWF return in August of 1994.

tapemachinesarerolling:

Rock n’ roll

tapemachinesarerolling:

Rock n’ roll

whenwrestlingwascool:

another awesome shirt

whenwrestlingwascool:

another awesome shirt

bronanthegnarbarian:

Regardless of them being light years apart, in terms of speed/power/crowd work and ability as a whole, Tiger Mask & Hulk Hogan are both iconic figures in this world and have contributed more to it than either is given credit for.

bronanthegnarbarian:

Regardless of them being light years apart, in terms of speed/power/crowd work and ability as a whole, Tiger Mask & Hulk Hogan are both iconic figures in this world and have contributed more to it than either is given credit for.

whenwrestlingwascool:

sting in japan

whenwrestlingwascool:

sting in japan

shitloadsofwrestling:

Stone Cold Steve Austin Vs. Vince McMahon [1999]
This is another one of those “defining moments” from The Attitude Era. A lot of people surmise that it was the Austin Vs. McMahon feud that was The Attitude Era’s core. Whether it was or not, there’s one thing that’s for sure, and that’s that it was extremely entertaining and enthralling to the point that fairweather fans would start shouting at television screens to support their hero. It may never be done as well as it was from late 97 through early 2001, but there’s no denying that at the time, there was no better reaction, no higher attraction than the blood war between the Texas Rattlesnake and the billionaire.

shitloadsofwrestling:

Stone Cold Steve Austin Vs. Vince McMahon [1999]

This is another one of those “defining moments” from The Attitude Era. A lot of people surmise that it was the Austin Vs. McMahon feud that was The Attitude Era’s core. Whether it was or not, there’s one thing that’s for sure, and that’s that it was extremely entertaining and enthralling to the point that fairweather fans would start shouting at television screens to support their hero. It may never be done as well as it was from late 97 through early 2001, but there’s no denying that at the time, there was no better reaction, no higher attraction than the blood war between the Texas Rattlesnake and the billionaire.