Try to forget about The Viking Experience and why WWE seems awful right now, and focus on the Superstar Shake-Up with Jeffery X Martin.
RIchard Kirwin is all in with All Elite Wrestling, especially after this week’s disastrous RAW, but AEW’s inclusion of Jim Ross has him excited.
The weekly WWE programs after ‘WrestleMania’ are usually full of surprises and swerves, but the main roster shows felt mired in confusion this time.
NXT always pulls out all the stops with their pay-per-view events, and Richard Kirwin believes this weekend’s ‘TakeOver’ will be the card to catch.
On the road to WrestleMania, four massive NXT stars made their impressive debuts on the main roster this past week, but where does that leave #The199?
NXT UK keeps fans invested in their champions with clever storytelling and engaging feuds, so what can the main WWE shows learn from the United Kingdom?
If you missed RAW Monday night, you missed why pro wrestling can be the perfect medium for real life tragedy combining with fictional heroes and villains.
Having the WWE network is what it would be like having a pizza place in my basement: I don’t always want pizza, but I’d eat it at any time and … Continue reading Battle of the Brands: WWE Survivor Series