This week's WWE Monday Night RAW featured lots of great action from the Women's Division, including the NXT Champ herself, Charlotte Flair.
Today, the WWE came to terms with and released Curtis Axel. In typical WWE fashion, they wished Curtis the best in his future endeavors.
This week's AEW Dynamite gave us two main event matches. Who won, who lost, and who's going on to the finals of the TNT Championship?
Ring of Honor's Joe Hendry is back with another catchy parody music video. Based on the 1998 Aerosmith hit, Hendry wants us to stay away!
The wrestling community is sharing its thoughts on the wave of talent and staff that we're released by the WWE on Wednesday.
For a man who never seemed to be in bad shape in the first place, combine professional wrestling training with a 21 pound weight-gain? We're talking massive Amell… 1/6/20 — 192 lbs 2/25/20 — 213 lbs https://t.co/ioF0snzl5Q — Stephen Amell (@StephenAmell) February 26, 2020 Written by Michael Waldron (Loki), directed by Peter Segal (Shameless), and with Mike O'Malley serving[...]
The story of World Wrestling Entertainment's (WWE) Paige, become a rare exception in the world of professional wrestling that it showed authenticity and achieved what it wanted with hardly any filtering. Lack of Dramatization When you look at another acclaimed film in Darren Aronofsky's The Wrestler where the protagonist in Randy "The Ram" Robinson (Mickey Rourke) going[...]
Today, Twitch announced a new partnership with Mexico'sÂ AAA Lucha Libre Worldwide as their premiere event,Â Triplemania XXV, will be livestreamedÂ on the
The floodgates are about to open on Twitch for professional wrestling broadcasts as the social networking streaming site just made its first deal with a wrestling organization Wrestle Circus, a family-owned promotion based out of Austin, Texas, will be presenting their first major event on the service Saturday night. Dive Hard With A Vengeance will be broadcast[...]
One of those groups: pro-wrestling channels. The news kinda went big a few weeks ago when this announcement was made from WhatCulture Wrestling's channel about their own promotion, WCPW, having to cancel their free weekly shows because of it: Essentially, for no other reason we can think of beyond the fact that professional wrestling depicts simulated violence[...]