Iranian wrestler Iman Sadeghikoukandeh (in the red shorts) looks like he’s about to lose his footing, as his opponent Rashidov Gadzhimurad has him by the leg. All we can say is you can’t keep a good man down.
James Brian Hellwig was best known as wrestling’s Ultimate Warrior. Sadly, he passed away on April 8th at the age of 54. Just one day before, he gave this chilling and inspirational speech during WrestleMania 30. Rest in peace.
Whether you think pro wrestling is just a bunch of cheap theatrics or not, you’ll agree how dangerous the sport can be after viewing this edit of the WWE’s most painful moments. Maybe they shouldn’t keep so many ladders around.
Nathan Barnatt’s alter-ego Keith Apicary can’t stand pretty boy pro-wrestler Dolph Ziggler. Keith’s got the skills, and is ready to take him on. He won World Rumble 13 times (on Sega Genesis) after all.
Two cats enter, one cat leaves. Or something like that. Watch as these two feline opponents work on their best pro-wrestling moves in the SmackDown ring. Let’s get ready to… awwwwww.
So you’re a wrestler and you need a little hand in the ring. What’s your first instinct? Ask for someone to throw you a chair, right? On second thought, maybe that’s not such a good idea.
It seems like WWE All Stars is going to be the NBA Jam of wrestling games. No way Triple H can jump that high. But their version of Hulk Hogan’s finisher was 100% accurate to our childhood memories.
During the semi-finals of the CZW World Tag Team Title Tournament, The Osirian Portal pulled one of the most egregious, rhythmic moves we’ve ever seen. How are we not hypnotized? (Thanks Alvin!)
Paul Giamatti and Amy Ryan star in this dramedy about an disenchanted attorney who spends his nights coaching high-school wrestling, and stumbles onto a star wrestler in the course of his business.
Oooh YEAH!!! One of the most charismatic pro wrestlers of all time, Macho Man Randy Savage will be playable in WWE All Stars, along with other WWE wrestlers both past and present.
YouTube user jim784m recreated several Street Fighter characters in the Xbox version of WWE Smackdown vs Raw 2011. Each fighter has four costumes and appropriate wrestling moves.
Whether you love or hate wrestling, your mind will be blown by this over-the-top series of acrobatics performed by a Luchador during a visit to the ring. We don’t care if it’s fake – it’s awesome.
Austin Meys demonstrates his sheer upper body strength, bending metal, destroying decks of cards and climbing ropes with only his arms. You don’t want to be in the ring with this kid. (Thanks, Mike!)