As we have seen from previous installments, sometimes the biggest stories in WWF/E happen off screen rather than on screen. Last time, in 1999, we learned that Shawn Michaels had healed from his back injury and could have returned, Nicole Bass was the subject of sexual harassment, and the WWF gave away championships like hotcakes, among other tidbits. This column series will not go forward to the year 2000 (another writer is taking on those duties and you can read his first entry, HERE). Instead, this column series will start going backwards, starting with 1992. This was the first year in nearly a decade where Hulk Hogan wasn't a featured part of the company, so the WWF was heading in a new direction where younger, smaller wrestlers like Bret Hart and Shawn Michaels were being showcased. With so much happening on- and off-screen, youd think you would know everything that went on backstage in the WWF, but youd be wrong. There are plenty of little nuggets of trivia that came from this year. Some of these you may have also known about, but simply forgot. Here are 10 things you didn't know about the WWF in 1992.