With RAW, SmackDown, NXT and AEW, the new normal of wrestling is that there is A LOT of wrestling to keep up with.
What if they gave a war and nobody chose sides? Richard Kirwin wonders what’s so funny about peace, love and superkicks in this Around the Loop.
The Wednesday Night Wars have begun and Richard Kirwin shares his observations about AEW’s new weekly program, ‘Dynamite.’
The United Kingdom Branch of NXT and All Elite Wrestling vied for the allegiance of wrestling fans this past weekend, but who put on the better show?
Sachin Hingoo looks at ‘All Out,’ arguably the most important pay-per-view to date for fledgling company, All Elite Wrestling.
It’s official: NXT is moving to USA Network to go head-to-head against All Elite Wrestling’s new show. Will Vince McMahon screw this up?
What does a wrestling fan do when WWE’s main roster programming is too terrible to watch? Richard Kirwin grapples with this conundrum.
With television counter-programming against AEW, new creative hires, and surprising in-ring action, could a hard reset be coming for WWE?
The battle heats up as WWE brings in two Attitude Era mainstays to fend off the popular AEW, but what will recent creative decisions mean for the business?
Tony Khan went from wrestling fan to the owner of the hottest upstart wrestling company in the world. What’s he got that Vince McMahon doesn’t have?
After a crazy week in the world of professional wrestling, there is one name is on the tip of every fan’s tongue: Jon Moxley.
‘RAW’ promises to improve its all-important, viewer-losing third hour. Could we see a return to the halcyon days of ‘War Zone?’