They’re up next. We are in the middle of a weird era in wrestling, as fans have been wanting to see more about the history of the industry. This has led to a series of books, films and television series about wrestling. There are all kinds of stories to be seen in the wrestling world and WWE has gotten in on the idea as well. Now we are getting to see what they have in store next.

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Over the last two years, WWE has worked with A&E to produce episodes of A&E’s Biography series on various WWE and wrestling legends. According to, new episodes will begin airing on Sunday February 19, with looks at Dusty Rhodes, Jake Roberts and the NWO, plus more to be announced. In addition, Most Wanted Treasures and Rivals will return with new episodes.

Those are some talented stars. Check out some the three of them in action:

Opinion: This series has become one of the more entertaining things that you get from outside of the main wrestling world. WWE and A&E have done well with most of their previous episodes and there is a lot of talent to be seen from over the years. I’m curious to see how these can go, as we could be in for some very good stuff if the series keep going for a long time to come.

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