WWE has scrapped a potentially huge storyline that would have led to a major character change for one of the company’s most popular stars
WWE has reportedly changed its stance on releasing superstars as the company is apparently now willing to let disgruntled superstars go
The Man with the Alter Ego is now the company’s new No. 1 merchandise seller, making an eventual babyface turn virtually inevitable
All Elite Wrestling can look to their rival as a good example regarding what to do and what not to do in order to grow its audience
When Ronda Rousey left WWE following WrestleMania 35, the widespread expectation was that she would return to the company shortly thereafter, but six months later, ‘The Baddest Woman on the Planet’ is still nowhere to be found
The recent massive push of NXT stars has resulted in a mixed reaction from the WWE locker room
After weeks of losing momentum as a top babyface, The Beast Slayer switched things up by cutting a scathing promo on Monday Night RAW
WWE is likely going to bring back John Cena soon, but where exactly does he fit in?
In recent months, the company has been unwilling to let those disgruntled stars go, but it appears they may be changing their tune
According to recent reports, WWE is planning on giving “strong” pushes to both Ricochet and the recently returning Drew McIntyre
WWE has pulled off quite a few shocking babyface and heel turns in recent months, and there may be on more still on the horizon
WWE’s heated competition with All Elite Wrestling will likely prevent the company from releasing any performers from their current contracts
The promotion might be making some blockbuster changes in the 2019 draft, after all
WWE fans have been in an uproar regarding the controversial ending of the Hell in a Cell main event, but Vince McMahon had an interesting response to all the backlash
As WWE continues to search for possible ways to regrow its fan base, it should start by turning to UFC.