Ah, my friend, let me take you back in time to the glorious era of professional wrestling, where heroes and villains clashed in the squared circle, and legends were born. It was the late 1980s, a time when larger-than-life characters captured our hearts and the world watched in awe. And amidst this spectacle, a story unfolded that would forever be etched in the annals of wrestling history—the tale of Hulk Hogan and Macho Man Randy Savage, who formed the mighty tag team known as the Mega Powers.
Let’s set the stage for this iconic heel interview that the enormous King Kong Bundy gave just weeks before Wrestlemania II. With Wrestlemania being such a huge success, it was almost time for Wrestlemania II. In the main event it was the unstoppable King Kong Bundy against the WWF Champion, Hulk Hogan. …continue reading about King Kong Bundy Bites Hulk Hogan’s Head Off (Literally)
Wrestlemania V was dubbed “The Mega Powers Explode”. The Mega Powers was comprised of the WWF’s two biggest superstars: Hulk Hogan and Macho Man Randy Savage. …continue reading about The Twin Towers’ Role Leading to Wrestlemania V
It was April 1st, 1990 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. That morning my family and I had just left Edmonton for Ottawa. That night in the Skydome, in front of almost 68,000 fans, the incredible happened. Demolition defeated the, seemingly unstoppable, tag team of Andre The Giant and Haku – The Colossal Connection.
Unfortunately the picture of the Wrestlemania collection above is not mine. The Wrestlemania VHS collection came out sometime in the mid to late 90s. At the time I was a teenager with barely any money. I could not afford to buy the complete collection at once. It was somewhere in the $200 range for all 13 tapes. Even today I would have to budget specifically to be able to buy something that nice.