Thanks to a Philadelphia crowd that sucked all the energy out of the Wells Fargo Center after Daniel Bryan was eliminated, the main event of the WWE’s Royal Rumble was a bit of a disappointment this year. However, the triple threat match for the WWE World Heavyweight championship that preceded it more than made up […]
After a weekend of mainstream media coverage including Daniel Bryan’s coronation and the Undertaker’s loss at the hands of Brock Lesner, the pro wrestling world was stunned by the untimely death of the Ultimate Warrior.
The emergence of Curtis Axel as a repackaged superstar brings back the memories of his late father, Curt “Mr. Perfect” Hennig.
Earlier this year the International Olympic Committee announced that it would be dropping wrestling from the 2020 Summer Olympics program. Yesterday the IOC revealed that the one of the candidates to replace wrestling in the Games of the XXXII Olympiad is, well, wrestling.
The return of John Cena on Monday’s Raw gave us a definitive answer of what type of match he and Ryback will compete in at June’s Payback pay-per-view. Ryback came out last week demanding an ambulance match, but Cena decided to take it two steps further. Cena announced that they will fight in a “Three […]
WWE’s Extreme Rules pay-per-view takes place this Sunday and it appears that every member of The Shield will come out of the event with a title around his waist. Dean Ambrose has a chance to win the United States Championship while Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins have the chance to win the Tag Team Championships.
After last year’s awesome WWE Extreme Rules pay-per-view there are high expectations for this Sunday’s edition. Topping last year’s event will be tough with CM Punk and Dolph Ziggler out of action, but the inclusion of the Triple H vs. Brock Lesnar match helps add star power. I don’t want to over-sell the event, but there will […]
Every Thursday from here on out, I will highlight a moment from the past in WWE that was memorable, and one that deserves to be talked about in the present. It is Throwback Thursday. Get excited. This week’s inaugural edition, focuses on an event that did not happen too long ago. October 8, 2012 was […]
Without the Olympic Games, maybe wrestling can pick up a more dynamic marketing idea to brand the sport better.
The International Olympic Committee today announced that it would remove wrestling from its list of core sports after the 2016 Summer Games, opening a slot for one of eight sports applying for slot in the 2020 program.
If you live in Iowa, there’s a pretty good chance that you have at least a small interest in wrestling. I sure do. And not just in watching the collegians and high schoolers who take to the mat, but the little ones too.
Night of Champions takes place Sunday night in John Cena’s hometown of Boston, and it will feature a title defense for every active title in WWE. With every title being defended it increases the odds of a new champion, but it is not a given.
WWE SummerSlam 2012 Preview and Predictions: Brock Lesnar v Triple H and WWE Championship Triple Threat
Every major title will be defended this weekend, which is crucial to a major show such as SummerSlam.
Monday Night Raw 1000 Review Part 2: The Miz is Champion, Lesnar and Legends Return, CM Punk Heel Turn
The second half of Raw featured the first title match of the night, plus the main event of the night: CM Punk versus John Cena for the WWE Championship.
Monday Night Raw 1000 Review Part 1: DX Reunion, Daniel Bryan-AJ Wedding, and The Rock’s Announcement
The 1000th episode of Monday Night Raw was promoted throughout the past few months, and it certainly did not disappoint. With advertised returns of The Rock, DX and Brock Lesnar, it was sure to be a great night full of many surprises…and was.