Government's attempts to take down Vince McMahon & the WWF in the midst of a national steroids scandal in the 90s But while the government thought they had a superstar witness that would cement their case, McMahon wasn't quite ready to roll over and plead out In fact, just to give you some perspective on[...]
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So it should come as no surprise when we hear that former WWE writer Court Bauer (who worked for Vince McMahon's company from 1999 to 2008) and the promotion he founded, MLW, have had discussions with WWE about a possible partnership. It has been confirmed that MLW has had discussions with WWE about a potential partnership[...]
Savage was infamously blacklisted in WWE for over 20 years from 1994 when he bucked Vince McMahon's offer at just being a commentator and headed down to Atlanta to continue being a wrestler for rival promotion WCW WWE finally made amends with Savage, but we only saw evidence of this after the legend passed away suddenly[...]
Jim Ross on his podcast takes us through the negotiation process for him and WWE to sign Chris Jericho away from rival WCW back in 1999.
The person who told me that also said, 'This can also change completely tomorrow', but they're under the impression there will many people from NXT, and the NXT guys are supposed to be a significant part of it." So it seems as of right now, management has big plans for some NXT talent in this coming[...]
While fans would be quick (and correct) to assume that WWE management has eyes on heavily featured breakouts like The Creed Brothers and Bron Breakker, it's reportedly another young recently debuted big man, Von Wagner, that management is really high on and has been for some time. NXT 2.0 star Von Wagner apparently has WWE management seeing him as[...]
But most of all, it felt very familiar to the scene in the then WWF about 20 years ago and according to reports, that might have been the idea. The chaotic brawl that opened this week's NXT might be a sign of things to come, courtesy of WWE. According to a report from Fightful Select, WWE Chairman Vince[...]
After Dark Side of the Ring focused on the WWE & "The Plane Ride From Hell," we need to look at how we approach wrestlers' bad behaviors.
And now it's time to dive into the new era of the NXT brand, dubbed NXT 2.0, a more WWE-polished product overseen by WWE Chairman Vince McMahon, Bruce Prichard, and Kevin Dunn So what's in store for us now? Only one way to find out Let's get at it! The official logo for NXT 2.0, courtesy of WWE. We open with[...]
Johnny Gargano and Candice LeRae had been vocal about their reservations for the romance, but The Way was finally won over. Will chaos follow the happy couple down the aisle? Will we hear Lumis say the words "I do"? Don't miss the NXT wedding of the century this Tuesday at 8/7 C on USA Network! Aside from the[...]
With a new logo, a new color scheme, and a new set design, there will be plenty to digest visually, but behind the scenes, things are changing as well, as WWE Chairman Vince McMahon and his right-hand man Bruce Prichard are taking over the show going forward and implementing a new vision. And if that all wasn't[...]
WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley took to his Facebook today to share his thoughts on how WWE is harming themselves with how they handle talent.
A well-fed crew is a happy crew is the rule everyone follows, so I can't imagine morale will be anything but in the toilet with this new development. And speaking of toilets… We've all heard horror stories of wrestlers that ate something they shouldn't have before a match and when their stomach paid for it mid-match, unfortunately,[...]
Abraham Riesman is a journalist for outlets such as New York Magazine and bird-themed pop culture website Vulture and an author who has written a biography of comics legend Stan Lee called "True Believer: The Rise and Fall of Stan Lee." He's more recently been hard-at-work on a follow-up autobiography of another legend in his[...]
As the match progresses, it becomes clear that Randy is suffering another heart attack, but he forges ahead, climbing the top rope to hit his finisher, and it's alluded to that he dies in the ring. The character is said to have been based on a variety of real-life pro wrestlers, but the one many fans[...]