#DIDYOUKNOW: Randy Savage almost made it in Major League Baseball.


Today is the birthday of Randy “Macho Man” Savage, instead of discussing matches and promos, I would like to share a fact you may or may not know about the “Madness.”

Before getting in to the world of profession wrestling, Randy Savage was almost a professional baseball player? Randy’s father Angelo encouraged Savages major league dreams, so much so they built a winterized batting cage and pitching machine next to the family’s home. Naturally a righty, Randy taught himself how to throw with his left hand in the event of an injury.

As a high school senior, he hit .525 for the Downers Grove Trojans. When no team picked him up in the 1971 amateur draft, Angelo drove his son five hours to an open tryout at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. Randy went home with a minor league contract. In four seasons with the Cardinals, Reds and White Sox organizations, Randy hit .254 with 16 home runs, playing catcher, outfield and first base.


Unfortunately Randy’s baseball dreams ended when he badly separated his shoulder during a collision at home plate. Being extremely determined (and a bit insane) Randy forced himself to become ambidextrous with hopes of making the big leagues his final attempt to play in the major leagues ended when the White Sox organization cut him in 1975, before the end of spring training.

“When Randy got released, he broke all his bats and got rid of all his equipment,” Savage’s mother Judy remembers. “It was horrible. But The Sheik saved him.”

The Sheik was Ed Farhat, was a huge influence on Randy’s career. It was The Sheik who taught Randy a concept he’d later impart to younger wrestlers: “Be the main event, even if you’re on first.”

There you have it a quick story about baseball dreams and what happens at a low point that turn into a legendary career.

Bret Hart reveals crazy time he cut Steve Austin with razor blade


While speaking in Leicester, England Hart revealed that he risked his entire WWE career during his match with Stone Cold Steve Austin at WrestleMania 13 in order to create the intensity and drama he felt was required for such a stage.

Hart opened up about the moment he and Stone Cold Steve Austin decided to add a little color, aka blood into the match up despite the WWE’s policy against it at the time.

Wrestling Inc, reported Hart and Austin agreed upon using the razor blade (which Hart kept in his upper lip) in the match up but because Stone Cold had never done that kind of move before he entrusted Hart to make the cut when it came down to it in the ring.

Hart explained that when the moment came and he spat the blade out onto the canvas Austin told him that maybe it wasn’t such a good idea. Hart’s response? “It’s too late!”

Stone Cold Steve Austin wants bigger push for Cesaro


Stone Cold Steve Austin has been very vocal on twitter and his podcast telling Vince McMahon and co to spend more time in developing Cesaro. Cesaro was involved in WWE’s Hell in a Cell weekend PPV, facing Dolph Ziggler for the intercontinental title, but once again he wasn’t given the chance to shine as Ziggler beat the Swiss Superman in back to back pins in there two of three falls encounter.

“I think his work is so strong that people will respect him and be drawn to him,”

“I think they (WWE) will in a war of attrition. There’s so many injuries, the roster is so thin, you’ve got to give this guy a green light push and I think he was headed for a babyface run, then he kind of got off track,”

“They put him with Paul Heyman, And just left to his own devices, I think his work is so strong that people will respect him and be drawn to him.” – Said Austin


Many people expected Cesaro to be given a leading role in the WWE following his win in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania XXX, but while his success there led to a partnership with Paul Heyman his booking post WrestleMania has shown WWE isnt doing much with the King of Swing.

The Undertaker Reportedly Taking on a New Backstage Role in WWE


According to PWInsider.com, The Undertaker attended last night’s WWE NXT TV taping and told people he will be assisting the developmental program as an “advisor.” I guess Taker will be a spirit advisor on a limited basis. Does this mean the “Dead Man” is finished?

I think its a clear cut sign that he is ready for a position with the company. NXT is very gimmick heavy who better to get advice from than a guy who made a the same gimmick work for over 20 years

New WWE Entrance Videos

WWE’s YouTube channel has released new entrance videos for John CenaNikki BellaBrie Bella, Slater Gator, Cesaro, Dean AmbroseSeth Rollins and The Authority. Above and below are the new videos for Cena and The Authority.

Wrestle Wednesday: Ultimo Guerrero vs. Atlantis – (Mask vs. Mask: CMLL 81st Anniversary Show)

Atlantis vs Último Guerrero, mask vs mask by thecubsfan

In professional wrestling, one of the key aspects is often missing to today’s product: Emotion. It is very rare nowadays to see an audience become invested into a character or match to the point the result brings them to tears and last Friday in Arena Mexico, all of that was experienced. For the 81st Anniversary Show for CMLL, two legendary luchdores and rivals Atlantis and Ultimo Guerrero had a main event that was years in the making. Originally set for last year’s Anniversary Show, it was replaced with Volador, Jr. vs. La Sombra to the disapproval of the crowd. Many would have thought holding it off for another year would hurt the event, but that was on the contrary.

Bringing in a gate over $1 million US, fans from all generations came to see the two titans go head-to-head and witness history. The match itself was good for what it was as both men can still bring the goods, but it is the post-match that is the treat. You see grown women in tears all through the crowd because a man had to take his mask off. It is that serious in Lucha Libre, as an unmasking can make or break a luchadore’s career. It couldn’t get more authentic than that.


The Sparkz Foundation & WrassleRap Presents: Forever Madness (The Randy Savage EP) DOWNLOAD


So I teamed up with Wrassle Rap formed The Sparks Foundation with John Sparkz, and Ryan Fionda and release “Forever Madness: The Randy Savage EP,” an ode to the late Great Randy Savage.

As most of you fine readers know, I am a HUGE wrestling fan. I finally had the time and support system to help create what your are or will be listening too. Thank you to all the artist and producers who helped shape what was in my brain. Respect to WrassleRap and Cloudkicker clothing for always inspiring me to push the limits of my passion.

Shouts to John Sparkz for sitting hours and hours mixing this labor of love. Thank you Ryan Da Snacklord for always believing in me and always being down to help spread the gospel.

Now go DOWNLOAD the EP and let both hip hop and wrestling fans know how rad (yes rad) Forever Maddness is.

RIP Macho and Warrior.

Hey You Watch the Trailer For My Wrestling Theme song Inspired EP

The video was created by the wrestling video genius Adam “PDA’ Ross.

If you ever wanted to peek inside my mind this video pretty music highlight how it would look. September 21st fight before WWE’s Night Of Champions pay-per-view I will drop Forever Madness: The Randy Savage EP.

Forever Madness: The Randy Savage EP is an ode to Randy Savage, who passed away 4 years ago. I always wanted to do an EP revolving around Professional Wrestling. I teamed up with Harry Fraud’s In-House Engineer and fellow wrestling aficionado John Sparkz, to form our own imaginary tag team tandem known as The Sparks Foundation with Ryan Fionda as the Jimmy Hart.

Chris Dickinson vs. Christina Von Eerie (HOODSLAM)

I am a huge fan of inter-gender matches. Two people come to mind when I discuss inter-gender matches Joey Ryan and Chris Dickinson. Over the last few years Dickinson has push inter-gender wrestling and present female wrestlers on a level playing field with the guys.

This right here is one of the finer in ring battles battles in Dirty Daddy’s war on the female sex. The Dirty Daddy brought the Undisputed King of Crazy Championship to the west coast and took on Christina Von Eerie at Oakland’s most fucking insane wrestling promotion, HOODSLAM! If you’ve never seen HOODSLAM before then you’re in for something special.

    Emilio Sparks & #TNA’s Kenny King Talk Hip Hop & Battle Rap

    Emilio Sparks had the chance to chop it up with TNA superstar and hip hop aficionado Kenny King. Kenny talks about growing up a hip hop fan and his days in the battle rap scene.

    Make sure you visit the website Wrasslerap.com and use the hashtag #Wrasslerap to talk professional wrestling with Emilio and other twitter celebrities such as Ernest EstimeReal Life KazOG Johnny5 and David D.