Learn about the triumph and the tragedy of the Von Erich family and the impact that they made on sports-entertainment through their Texas-based World Class Championship Wrestling.
Before he was Ultimate Warrior, the former WWE Champion competed as Dingo Warrior in World Class Championship Wrestling. Check out these exclusive photos and videos of Warrior and other WWE Legends who hit the WCCW ring.
Relive blistering brawls between Abdullah the Butcher and Bruiser Brody, The Von Erichs and The Freebirds and other WCCW rivals in our extensive collection of video playlists.
Michael "P.S." Hayes reflects on his friend and fellow Freebird Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy and his motivations for honoring the late grappler with his new song entitled "Freebird Road."
One of the most influential families in sports-entertainment history, the Von Erichs experienced both triumph and tragedy. Learn more about the Texas legends through exclusive photos, videos and more.
Some Superstars are born with sports-entertainment in their blood. That’s certainly true of the diverse personalities on this list of great families. Raised in the wrestling business, these kin prove that when it comes to the squared circle, family definitely matters.
Big hair, rock 'n' roll and the Fabulous Freebirds epitomized the 1980s and early 1990s in sports-entertainment. Check out The Fabulous Freebirds' Alumni profile with exclusive photos, videos and more!
Meet some of WCCW's most unique Superstars, including Kamala and The Great Kabuki.»
Watch The Von Erichs, The Freebirds and more in the matches that made WCCW famous.»
Learn more about Michael Hayes, Buddy Roberts and Terry Gordy aka The Fabulous Freebirds.»
Find out more about the history of WCCW with WWE's fascinating documentary.»
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WrestleMania VI set a Toronto SkyDome attendance record with 67,678 fans. That record was broken 12 years later at WrestleMania X8 with 68,237 fans in attendance.