After the BOSJ Finals, Juice Robinson delivered a poetic and emotional promo, further proof that he is one of the best talkers in the wrestling world.
In 2005, Samoa Joe produced an unreal trifecta: he starred in one of TNA’s best matches ever, a top-five ROH bout, and arguably the best action IWA-Mid South has ever produced.
Dusty Rhodes has far more famous promos, but his tirade leading up to the Crockett Cup in 1987 is a work of art worthy of analysis and appreciation.
In 2016, Io Shirai had a run of classics as she cemented her status as one of the planet’s best wrestlers.
Mick Foley’s “The Problem with Hardcore” promo is some of his finest work—brilliantly conceived; brilliantly executed.
It’s only fitting that Kurt Angle wrestled his greatest in-ring year with a broken neck. His story is one of a man achieving the remarkable …
Wrestle Joy writers look back at their favorite underrated SummerSlam matches.
Daniel Bryan’s best in-ring career came in 2008, where he took on KENTA, Nigel McGuinness and Tyler Black en route to a special stretch of in-ring magnificence.
In 2013, Peyton Manning threw an NFL-leading 55 touchdowns en route to his fifth MVP award. It was a record-breaking year for the quarterback as …
A quarter-century ago, when R&B group TLC dominated the airwaves and Tiger Woods was but an amateur golfer, Manami Toyota put together one of the …