In the days leading to his first time hosting "Saturday Night Live," John Cena talks about the similarities between "SNL" and WWE, his longtime goal of being a host and what's expected of everyone who steps on stage.12/09/2016 - 15:30
Watch the WWE Performance Center's newest recruit from Brazil, black-belt judoka Taynara Melo de Carvalho, work out with fellow countrymen Cesar Bononi and Adrian Jaoude.12/07/2016 - 13:30
Launch your favorite Superstars into the Mattel Crash Cage, as featured on NXT TakeOver: Toronto.12/09/2016 - 10:15
A Superstar doesn't have to be a Superstar to show up on WWE TV. See Seth Rollins, Bobby Roode and more when they were on the cusp of the big time.12/08/2016 - 17:15
Oney Lorcan, Wesley Blake and Ember Moon swing for the fences before NXT's Live Event in Canberra, Australia, taking the field with players from the Australian Baseball League's Canberra Cavalry.12/08/2016 - 14:15
See what the social media world was saying about the WWE World Champion's unfortunate tights tear at WWE TLC.12/08/2016 - 15:00
Missing Link: Bio
More beast than man, the intimidating Missing Link was first spotted by WWE in an article about sports-entertainment in a 1985 issue of Sports Illustrated. It wasn't long before the prehistoric punisher debuted in WWE rings and shocked capacity crowds with his trademark brand of brutal violence. Using his body as a weapon, Missing Link would punch, kick and headbutt his opponents into submission. His offense was so wild, the crazed Superstar would actually bang his own head against the turnbuckle during his frenzied bouts.
Although he was managed by both Bobby "The Brain" Heenan and Jimmy Hart, Missing Link was basically uncontrollable and did not last long in WWE. The feral brawler would return to the ring, however, competing in World Class Championship Wrestling and on the independent circuit throughout the '90s.
Sadly, the former Superstar passed away on August 16, 2007 after a brave battle with cancer. He was 68.