Tag: Booking

TODAY IN PRO WRESTLING HISTORY… OCT. 3rd: Russo and Ferrara make...

The World Wrestling Federation announces via press release that writers Vince Russo and Ed Ferrara had departed the company for rival WCW.

BLEACHER REPORT: The Most Intriguing Stars Not Yet Announced for WrestleMania

With time ticking away, there are still a few scenarios for those Superstars who have uncertain paths to The Grandaddy of Them All

FORBES: The Reunion Of The Shield Makes No Sense

WWE reunited The Shield on this week's episode of Raw, marking the third time in roughly a year and a half that Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose rejoined forces

FANSIDED: WWE Is Finally Giving Tag Team Wrestling The Spotlight It...

After some recent programming changes, it seems like WWE may finally be ready to give tag team wrestling the spotlight it deserves

FORBES: John Cena & Other Major Stars WWE DOESN’T NEED At...

As WrestleMania rapidly approaches, WWE will have to resist the temptation to bring back too many of it's more established stars for the big event

BLEACHER REPORT: Mistakes WWE Must Avoid Making While Booking WrestleMania 35

While the hype for wrestling's biggest event hopefully leads to something amazing, fans are well within their right to simultaneously feel nervous that WWE will somehow screw it up

THE CASUAL SHEEP – 03.01.2019: What IS Best For Business?

Columnist Goose Mahler asks whether or not WWE truly has a good game plan together as it steamrolls toward its biggest event of the year

FORBES: Looking at Possible WrestleMania 35 Opponents for Roman Reigns

Roman Reigns is back; but with WrestleMania 35 right around the corner, who will the WWE's top star face at the biggest pay-per-view of the year?

Bruce Prichard Hired for ‘Top Position on the Creative Team’

WWE has reportedly come to terms with Bruce Prichard to serve in a "top position" on the creative team, according to PWInsider's Mike Johnson on Saturday

THE CASUAL SHEEP – 01.25.2019: The “What Ifs” of Wrestling

Columnist Goose Mahler runs down a list of terrific dream matches that WWE could (or should) have made happen on their grand stage