Who doesn’t love Stone Cold Stev Austin?
In honor of Earth Hour, pick the one you think is a night owl.
Yes, they’re real!
Wrestlers are like a fine wine, they get better with age.
“As a kid who grew up loving & living for professional wrestling, I was able to chase, catch & live an impossible dream.”
There is only one Sheik.
It’s not fake. It’s staged. There’s a difference.
“NIGHTMARES ARE THE BEST PART OF MY DAY!”
That’s because there literally are no words.
You got in trouble for suplexing, elbow dropping, and pinning your siblings/classmates, but no one understood it was because you had a legend inside you.
Yeah, well, I DO. Hit song of the year 2000, hands down.
Plus a burger made with the body and blood of Christ, the question of realism in the new sci-fi film “Gravity,” and a coloring book based on Salt-n-Pepa.
Because she used to be my favorite back in the day, let’s revisit Stacy’s time as the WWF’s most fabulous diva. Lots of GIFs of the pretty, fierce lady ahead!
From all over the world. We don’t just love cats here at BuzzFeed.
Others have done this sort of list, but they don’t know their ads from a hole in the ground. These are the best of the best.
A professional wrestling circuit thrives in New York City — and features everyone from young wrestlers just starting out to former star WWE stars.
And upside down, no less. Don’t worry, the big fella is fine. This is all part of a relocation plan for black rhinos, meant to move the endangered species to less populated areas so that they have a better shot at survival. (via greenrenaissance.co.za)
Add Bill Nighy to the list of actors that can narrate anything. The WWF (no not that one) created this enchanting big budget short to illustrate how much we still don’t know about our own planet.
This spot for the WWF illustrates how humans are not really so different from other forms of animal life. Truth be told, I think they’ve gone soft. Not a single person gets hit with a chair in the whole video. (via vhx.tv) Watch Video ›
A video sampling of Macho Man’s work. Whether extemporizing with “Mean Gene” Okerlund for a WWF interview or selling the hell out of Slim JIms, this was a man who gave his all. He will sincerely be missed. View List ›
Very sad news. It’s being reported by TMZ that professional wrestling icon “Macho Man” Randy Savage has died in a car crash. The accident reportedly happened today in Tampa, Florida. Savage, born Randall Mario Poffo, was 58-years old. View List ›
Created by WWF in Moscow, these T-shirts were designed to show people how unpleasant it is to be hunted. Watch Video ›