I firmly believe that whatever is not talked about is lost and forgotten about. I feel this logic happens all too much when it comes to the history of pro-wrestling. Most fans either don't know about the past or for whatever reason most fans don't want to talk about the past which does help the idea of passing the history of wrestling along and what isn't talked about is forgotten.
In this section of the site you I will do my best to give you all a history lesson that you actually want to learn. I am aware most people find history boring and unneeded. However, fact is that unlike the topic of history one learns in school the history of wrestling isn't written down in some book. The history wrestling is remembered and past along by those willing to read about it, remember it, and then write it down or spread it to others. I hope this section of this site provides you with the knowledge and foundation of what the business was like back in the past. I hope to enlighten you on some talent that we saw dazzle us in the ring with their unmatched talents in the past.
Ray “The Crippler” Stevens
Names that most fans from this generation doesn't know because with the WWE being the only game in town, if the WWE doesn't talk about them then they are almost forgotten about. I will try my hardest to make sure talents aren't forgotten about and that the past comes back to life for those willing to read about it.
I love looking back wrestling's past. I view my job as bring new life to the part of wrestling some people thought was gone.