Just a few weeks after a new shareholder lawsuit, WWE was hit by another federal civil lawsuit on Thursday afternoon
“I’m not kidding, if this is a full cancellation, I’ll likely sell my house,” one promoter said.
Wall Street was not happy with the numbers in World Wrestling Entertainment’s third quarter report for investors
The roller coaster story of Impact Wrestling continued last week, when their parent company, Anthem Sports, purchased AXS TV
David Bixenspan discusses Nyla Rose, the backlash against LGBTQ performers, and how wrestling companies should deal with the conflict going forward
Columnist David Bixenspan writes about how his match kept going… even after KENTA got his bell rung so severely that he couldn’t do simple wrestling moves
AEW’s announcement that it had signed Orange Cassidy earlier this week qualified as a relatively significant amount of fanfare
While the rest of the sports world is deep in a summer lull, independent wrestling is in the middle of a hectic 10 days of notable shows
There’s still a lot of work to be done, but this week’s show had noticeable changes, and they had the new Executive Director’s fingerprints all over them
WWE recently delivered what had been holy grail of sorts for decades – raw footage of the first annual Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Cup tournament from 1986
The recent pro-LGBTQ tweet by Dana Warrior was considered ironic and misguided by many, considering her late husband’s long-held beliefs
The weekly Firefly Fun House segment, featuring the crazed cult leader in a fresher and weirder role. has been on of the promotion’s few bright spots
What was supposed to be a taste of what’s to come from AEW delivered on those terms. But as a one-off meal, it was also both delicious and generously portioned.
What to expect now that AEW and WarnerMedia have made it official that the startup promotion’s show will air on the network beginning this fall
Despite attempts to bury Dawson & Wilder for wanting to leave the company, WWE is the one being left with egg on its face