Monday, 28 December 1992

Saturday, 8 August 1992

Saturday, 6 June 1992

Papa Shango puts a voodoo curse on Mean Gene Okerlund: Superstars, June 6, 1992

Mean Gene falls to Papa Shango's curse.



Charles Wright (born May 16, 1961) is an American businessman and retired professional wrestler. He is best known for his tenure with the World Wrestling Federation throughout the 1990s and early 2000s under the ring names Papa Shango, Kama, Kama Mustafa, The Godfather, and The Goodfather (when he joined Right to Censor).

After leaving the wrestling business he moved to Las Vegas, where he currently manages the strip club Cheetah's.

Sunday, 17 May 1992

Dangerous Alliance vs Sting’s Squadron (Wargames) (Wrestlewar 5.17.92)


Dangerous Alliance vs Sting’s Squadron (Wargames) (Wrestlewar 05.17.1992)

Live PPV Version - Jesse Ventura's commentary intact.


Sunday, 5 April 1992

The Ultimate Warrior Returns at Wrestlemania 8

The Ultimate Warrior returns to the WWE to help Hogan Hogan as he is getting beaten down by Papa Shango and Sid Justice




WrestleMania VIII was the eighth annual WrestleMania professional wrestling pay-per-view produced by the World Wrestling Federation (WWF). It took place on April 5, 1992 at the Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis, Indiana.

The only WrestleMania officially recognized by WWE.com to have featured more than one headlining match, its card included two equally-promoted main events. In the first, WWF Champion Ric Flair defended his title against Randy Savage, and in the second, Hulk Hogan faced Sid Justice. As a consequence of the double main event, WrestleMania VIII carried two taglines: "The Macho/Flair Affair!" and "Friendship Torn Apart!"

Notable matches on the undercard included WWF Intercontinental Champion Roddy Piper defending against Bret Hart, and WWF Tag Team Champions Money Inc. defending against The Natural Disasters.

Friday, 20 March 1992

Harvey Wippleman & Giant Gonzalez are ready for Undertaker: Superstars, March 13, 1992

Harvey Wippleman & Giant Gonzalez are ready to face Undertaker at WrestleMania IX.



Jorge González (January 31, 1966 – September 22, 2010) was an Argentinian basketball player and professional wrestler. He was best known for his appearances in World Championship Wrestling under the ring name El Gigante between 1989 and 1992 and in the World Wrestling Federation under the ring name Giant González in 1993.


González stood 2.30 m (7 ft 7 in), making him the tallest Argentine basketball player in history. He started his career with the youths of Hindú Club de Resistencia at the age of 16 (and already 2.15 m (7 ft 1 in) tall). Subsequently, León Najnudel, then coach of the Argentine national team, recommended the board of Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata to sign the player for the team's Argentine second division roster. During 1986, González helped Gimnasia achieve promotion to the Argentine first division. The player then signed for Sport Club Cañadense, but saw little action due to an injury that left him out of the fields for 9 months.

In 1988, González was drafted by the Atlanta Hawks in the third round of the NBA Draft, after the American team bought the player's rights from his Argentine team for a 30,000 Argentine australes fee. However, he was unable to adapt to the physical demands of NBA basketball, partly due to a serious knee injury.

Sunday, 19 January 1992

Royal Rumble 1992 - Royal Rumble Match



Royal Rumble (1992) was the fifth annual Royal Rumble professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by the World Wrestling Federation (WWF). It took place on January 19, 1992 at the Knickerbocker Arena in Albany, New York.

The main event, as in past Royal Rumble events, was the event's namesake match. The 1992 Royal Rumble match was historic because for the first (and as of 2013, only) time in the history of the WWF, the last man standing in the match would win the WWF Championship, which had been vacated in December 1991. The match was won by Ric Flair, who last eliminated Sid Justice to win the match and the WWF Championship. Featured matches on the undercard were The Natural Disasters (Earthquake and Typhoon) versus The Legion of Doom (Hawk and Animal) for the WWF Tag Team Championship, The Beverly Brothers (Blake and Beau) versus The Bushwhackers (Luke and Butch) and Roddy Piper versus The Mountie for the WWF Intercontinental Championship.

Royal Rumble 1992

Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, The Undertaker, and Randy Savage join a plethora of future WWE Hall of Famers in entering the 1992 30-Man Royal Rumble for a chance to become undisputed WWE Champion.

Saturday, 4 January 1992

The Great Muta & Sting vs. The Steiners: WCW/New Japan Supershow II (Highlights)

The Great Muta teams with Sting against The Steiners in a classic tag team battle at WCW/New Japan Supershow II in 1992.



WCW/New Japan Supershow II (known as Starrcade 1992 in Tokyo Dome in Japan) took place on January 4, 1992 from theTokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan.
Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.
  • Dark match: Black Cat defeated Hiroyoshi Yamamoto (10:28)
    • Black Cat pinned Yamamoto after a DDT.
  • Dark match: Osamu Kido and Kuniaki Kobayashi defeated Kengo Kimura and Kantaro Hoshino (11:54)
    • Kido pinned Hoshino with a Cradle.
  • Jushin Liger, Masashi Aoyagi and Akira Nogami defeated Hiro Saito, Super Strong Machine and Norio Honaga (15:12)
    • Nogami pinned Saito with a Dragon Suplex.
  • The Enforcers (Arn Anderson and Larry Zbyszko) defeated Michiyoshi Ohara and Shiro Koshinaka (12:32)
    • Anderson pinned Ohara after a Spinebuster.
  • Dusty Rhodes and Dustin Rhodes defeated Masa Saito and Kim Duk (14:23)
    • Dustin pinned Duk after a Bulldog.
  • Dark match: Tony Halme defeated Scott Norton (8:41)
    • Halme pinned Norton after a Diving Lariat.
  • Dark match: Shinya Hashimoto defeated Bill Kazmaier (8:37)
    • Hashimoto pinned Kazmaier after a Jumping DDT.
  • Big Van Vader fought El Gigante to a double disqualification (4:49)
  • Dark match: Antonio Inoki defeated Hiroshi Hase (10:09)
    • Inoki forced Hase to submit with the Octopus Hold.
  • Lex Luger defeated Masahiro Chono to retain the WCW World Heavyweight Championship (15:09)
    • Luger pinned Chono.
  • Riki Chōshū defeated Tatsumi Fujinami to win the IWGP Heavyweight Championship (12:11)
    • Choshu pinned Fujinami after a Lariat.
    • Choshu's Greatest 18 Championship was also on the line.
  • Sting and The Great Muta defeated The Steiner Brothers (Rick and Scott) (11:03)
    • Sting pinned Scott with a Cradle.