1,000 Matches In 2015 - Match 194:
Ahmed Johnson Vs. Savio Vega (w/ The Nation Of Domination)

WWF at MSG [March 16th, 1997]

Watching this video is so surreal. I remember this entire angle and exactly how it went down. It was one of the first things in pro wrestling that captivated me, and I thought Ahmed Johnson was the man. And, truly, he was. He was a big dude, athletic as all get out, looked amazing, had heart, and the fans loved him. Savio Vega once had that same kind of following, until he turned on Ahmed Johnson in favor of Ahmed’s rivals, The Nation Of Domination. This is the match that happened shortly afterward, which also includes Savio making some interesting points in an attempt to get Ahmed to side with the Nation.

I cashed in an insurance policy to see [George] Harrison and [Eric] Clapton in Japan [in 1991] for six concerts. I saw all six shows. I said, ‘If you’re not coming to me, I’m coming to you.’ And I don’t regret that. The most incredible thing. People were literally weeping, and then for the last show, he brought his son [Dhani] onstage. He looked incredible, just to see him up there and do it. Like McCartney, he could sit up there and read the phone book, it doesn’t matter! He had no plans to go out on a tour. He just did it for the fun of it. I’m so glad I went because that was the last concert he did.
—  Debbie Levitt, We’re Going To See The Beatles!

Watch ‘100 Years Of Korean Beauty’ Unfold In One Minute

Cut just released the fourth episode in its "100 Years of Beauty" series and the video is just as moving as the ones that came before. The one-minute episode looks at Korean beauty trends over the past 100 years. Previous topics included African American beauty and Iranian makeup and hair trends.

See the final look for the 2010′s here. 

Kurt Cobain wanted homophobes, racists and sexists to stay away from Nirvana shows.

For the Nirvana compilation album “Incesticide,” Cobain wrote a note that ended with a plea:

At this point I have a request for our fans. If any of you in any way hate homosexuals, people of different color, or women, please do this one favor for us — leave us the fuck alone! Don’t come to our shows and don’t buy our records.

Read on here for 5 Never-Before-Heard Stories About Nirvana, As Told By The Band’s First Drummer


See What Characters From ‘Hey Arnold!’ Would Look Like As Adults

Have you ever wondered what the characters of “Hey Arnold!” would look like grown up? How about what they’d be doing in their adult lives?

Thanks to artist Nuri Durr, you can now find out what happened to the kids of P.S. 118 and where they ended up (at least according to Durr’s imagination).

For all of the “Hey Arnold” cast grown up go here.