IOC leaders dropped wrestling from the Olympic program on Tuesday, a surprise decision that removes one of the oldest Olympic sports from the 2020 Games.
Jake Beistel is a born wrestler. At 15-years-old, he is already one of the top wrestlers in the state. And while Jake is turning heads for what he’s doing in wrestling, what he’s doing from wrestling may be even more impressive.
Legendary wrestler and entertainer Bruno Sammartino drew sellout crowds to Madison Square Garden, in the ’60s and ’70s.
Iconic Wrestler, Shawn Michaels, joins the Fan Morning Show for a conversation about his career, and to promote the “World Of Wheels” event at the Convention Center.
Extras are needed for a motion picture that will be partially filmed at California University of Pennsylvania.
If you have any experience in amateur wrestling, you could land a role in an upcoming movie filming here in Pittsburgh.
“The Great Khali” is one of the most recognizable stars in the WWE. He’s known for punishing his opponents in the ring, but now he’s taking a break to recover from a surgery he had in Pittsburgh.
Every once in a while we get a kick out of seeing what WPIAL alumni are up to, and starting this weekend the entire world will get to share in the celebration of western Pennsylvania’s proud athletic heritage.
A North Allegheny wrestler is competing in the 2012 London games Jake Herbert has the chance to win a gold medal in the 185-pound freestyle weight class. “Red, white and blue and black and gold – that’s what I keep telling people,” he said.
Chuck Tursky has been coaching wrestling a long time.
KDKA Radio’s Rob Pratte is joined by Jim Wetzel, marshal arts expert, and Jake Herbert, Olympic wrestling star, for great radio on Black & Gold Sundays.
KDKA AM’s Larry Richert talks to a close family friend of Sgt Joseph Garrison.
The fifth annual WPIAL Hall of Fame class was announced recently, and 93-7 The Fan’s high school sports blogger proposes a few of his own criteria for induction.
The WWE Hall-of-Famer joined 93.7 The Fan’s Jon Burton this weekend to discuss how he’s stayed active in professional wrestling since retiring from the sport.
The Pitt Panthers men’s basketball team will be entering the NCAA Tournament as a No. 1 seed for the second time in school history. The team will be traveling to Washington, D.C. to take on the winner of the UNC Asheville vs. Arkansas-Little Rock play-in game.