• IMPACT Wrestling: Too Late to Say Sorry

    In 1961, You’re in the Picture premiered on CBS. It was a game show in which celebrities would stick their face in a cardboard cutout and guess what the picture was by asking “yes or no” questions. After starring in The Honeymooners and his own variety series, national comedic...
  • Review: Gary Hart’s Autobiography

    You can’t buy it in bookstores. You can’t buy it from the publisher. The out-of-print history lesson and revelations of the extremely underrated manager is available for $2,995.00 on Amazon…and that’s used. As we pay tribute to the late, great Gary Hart, it’s time to spotlight his 2009 memoir,...
  • Corrigan’s Corner: TNA’s 10 Biggest Mistakes

    Matt and Jeff Hardy shocked the world this past weekend by invading Ring of Honor and winning the ROH Tag Team Championship from The Young Bucks. It’s even more surreal because the North Carolina brothers haven’t lost their TNA Tag Team Titles yet on IMPACT. But they have left...
  • Corrigan’s Corner: Wrestledelphia Is Hulking Up

    Wrestledelphia almost shut down. Posts have slowed to a halt, social media followers have stagnated and morale has dampened. We went from a vibrant summer of buzzworthy interviews and viral maps to wintry doldrums of sporadic listicles. The Founding Father believed that we “hit our peak.” I was inclined...
  • Corrigan’s Corner: Beneficial Breakups

    All good things must come to an end. It’s been a week since Kevin Owens broke our hearts and the circle of friendship. We knew it would happen eventually, but that doesn’t make the Jeri-KO split any easier to accept. For about six months, Chris Jericho and the Universal...
  • Corrigan’s Corner: Top 10 WrestleMania Theme Songs

    My brother Dan has always wanted to write a piece for Wrestledelphia. Over the years, he’s pitched lists about greatest video games to funniest Enzo Amore insults. Now that we’re on the road to WrestleMania, and the quality of our posts has embarrassingly tumbled, I’ve decided to go all...
  • Gary Michael Cappetta Returns to Philly with One Man Show

    Before Howard Finkel, there was Gary Michael Cappetta. A bright-eyed Jersey boy with a distinctive voice, Cappetta announced WWWF and WWF matches from 1974 until 1985. After a stint with the AWA on ESPN, he announced for NWA/WCW from 1989 until 1995. Notice the years he left the two...
  • Corrigan’s Corner: The Worst Night of My Life

    They say when you’re about to die, your whole life flashes before your eyes. Apparently, I’m a bit of a pessimist as the only memories to arise were horrendously dark moments of despair: I shit myself at the YMCA when I was 3 years old. On my fifth Christmas,...
  • 10 Guarandamntees by Dec. 31, 2017

    An extension of Evan “The Boss” Cross’ Best Bets, each year I give ten predictions for the future of pro wrestling. Only one has ever come true, and I was a year off on it, but I’m satisfied with knowing Brock Lesnar would return to the Octagon. As we...
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