The first women’s wrestling match in Newfoundland took place in the summer of 1955 at the Memorial Stadium. The advertised photos of Alberta’s Alma Mills peaked curiosity across the island prior to her arrival, but audiences were shocked when they finally got to see her in the ring.
Did you know The Rock’s father was a Amherst-born Nova Scotian who broke down racial barriers in the world of wrestling?
New Evolution Wrestling packed St. John’s CLB Armoury to capacity once again for their third annual Republic Rumble event.
There are no shortage of craft breweries doing interesting things across the country, but Village Brewery is undoubtedly the first to tag team with a WWE Hall of Famer.
Check out the first comprehensive video collection of Newfoundland wrestling legend Ed “Sailor” White.
As a Secret East salute to the recent passing of the Austrian strongman and wrestling icon Otto Wanz, we dug up some footage of him going belly-to-belly with Newfoundland wrestling legend Sailor White in 1981.
Most Viewed of 2017: Take an airplane spin into the regional glory days of the Atlantic Grand Prix Wrestling territory. Take in hours of found footage, some historic visits by legendary performers, and a profile on some of the faces and heels that were stronger than waffle house coffee.
Sailor White Collection Pt. 1: Former WWE superstar Al Snow recalls the time lengendary Newfoundland wrestler Sailor White knocked out an entire roster of grapplers in Ontario with “a five foot shillelagh”.
28 years ago on July 4th, 1988, a minivan carrying 4 professional wrestlers plunged off a bridge and into a creek in Lewisporte, Newfoundland. Among the 3 fatalities in the accident was American wrestling star Adrian Adonis. How did the charismatic heavyweight go from Wrestlemania III to a small time Newfoundland tour just over a year later?