Creative Frustration or just good business? Why Dean Ambrose, Sasha Banks, Luke Harper and others may be abandoning the WWE ship.
Professional wrestling could use a double shot of danger, with a chaser of chaos.
In the 80’s, Nintendo’s “Pro Wrestling” was a perfect video game representation of the sport, and a great Christmas present for an inquisitive young fan
A bit of a different perspective on the legendary career of The American Dream (…if you will)
The final G1 Climax match between Hiroshi Tanahashi and Kota Ibushi capped a nearly perfect month of pro wrestling for the company
This week’s edition of this legendary series takes a look back at a little combination of Tennessee and Texas – The United States Wrestling Association
As this series looks back at the greatest regional promotions of all time, we take you to Verne Gagne’s Minnesota-based American Wrestling Association
Looking back at WWF No Mercy 2001, as American pro wrestling fans gathered in St. Louis for this major card, following the terrorist attacks of September 11th
One of the tried-and-true ribs of wrestling history gets a bit of a twist, when Don Jardine pays a visit to ‘an admirer’
Tony Cline gives an in-depth look at tomorrow’s NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 12 US Title match and why Chris Jericho vs. Kenny Omega is the feud of the century.
Tony Cline hands out the hardware as we take a look at the very best of the best in professional wrestling for 2017
The weary traveler stumbled across history in Smalltown USA, when Rick Rude propositioned Jake Roberts’ wife in Cape Girardeau, Missouri
The Logbook of Road Trip craziness takes us through another stop on the dog-eat-dog world of independent wrestling
The debut column from Jim Phillips – in a series focusing on the highs and lows in the lifelong journey of a professional wrestling fan
Fans are excited to see Matt Hardy finally ‘WOKEN’… but his feud with Bray Wyatt could be the shot in the arm that The Eater of Worlds is looking for