NXT fans had a lot of trepidation about the show’s premiere on the USA Network. As it turns out, they didn’t have much to worry about.
The Fiend is the most marketable evil character WWE has had in quite a while, but can they keep him popular without ruining his appeal?
Every championship is on the line at Sunday’s WWE event, ‘Clash of Champions.’ Read Jeffery X Martin’s predictions and take them with a grain of salt!
With NXT and AEW going head to head in October, Richard Kirwin lists his top five wrestlers who should go back to NXT to give AEW a run for their money.
Rob Zombie Week grabs the brass knuckles off the pole as Jeffery X Martin traces the musical relationship between Rob Zombie and WWE.
Bayley finally flipped the switch and turned into a villain, and her heel turn might one of the most delightfully subversive moves WWE has recently made.
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?
The storyline involving Roman Reigns and his mystery attacker is one of the goofiest plots in recent memory. Can anyone really make sense of it?
The men and women of NXT UK collide at this Saturday’s ‘TakeOver: Cardiff’ and Richard Kirwin takes a look at the scheduled matches.
Would WWE be more enjoyable to watch if the performers presented consistently good promos, helping to sell even the most ridiculous of storylines?
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?
Jeffery X Martin is excited for this year’s WWE ‘King of the Ring’ tournament, and he takes a look at the announced competitors in this ‘Around the Loop.’