Columnist & Ignite Wrestling promoter Kim Artlip bids a fond farewell to the indy star, who sadly passed away last week after a prolonged battle with cancer
TGP Senior Editor Jim Phillips talks with The Hustler, who gives some insight on how he got his start in the wrestling business
Professional wrestling could use a double shot of danger, with a chaser of chaos.
In a special weekend edition of ‘The Casual Sheep’, columnist Goose Mahler explores the maddening contract situation involving The Revival and WWE
Columnist Goose Mahler weighs in on this year’s Rumble card, and give his thoughts on some surprises we might see next Sunday
Columnist Kim Artlip discusses pro wrestling promoters who have gone overboard when it comes to believing their own hype
Fueled by box office buzz and billionaire backers, All Elite Wrestling will likely come as a breath of fresh air for the pro wrestling fan base in 2019
With a void at the top of the card on Monday Night RAW, columnist Goose Mahler makes a case for Drew McIntyre to be the main man of the flagship show
To hell with Kenny Omega. Forget about a television deal. Some of the ways that All Elite Wrestling is looking to change the world don’t necessarily have to do with what we see in the ring or on a screen.
Columnist Kim Artlip returns and asks whether hesitation may be the only thing holding back some pro wrestling performers from finally breaking out
As the cold and calculating Killer Kross leaves bodies in his wake, his stock continues to rise with the Impact Wrestling audience
Columnist Goose Mahler returns to his nesting grounds and expresses some of his wishes for the ‘new look’ of World Wrestling Entertainment in 2019
Executive Editor Michael Melchor compares WWE’s declaration of a change in creative direction to the one that officially announced the “Attitude Era.”
Ignite Wrestling promoter Kim Artlip returns with her Wednesday column, discussing how its possible to juggle life as a promoter and businessperson, from your humble abode
After this Sunday’s Homecoming pay per view, Impact Wrestling will soon migrate south to the Pursuit Channel – where their survival skills will be put to the test in 2019