Women of Wrestling’s Jessie Jones made an impression in this week’s episode that was jaw-dropping, not for her wrestling… but because of her words
The NXT crew delivered in a huge way from start to finish, as it was yet another strong effort from the promotion’s third brand
After losing his Universal Championship opportunity, Braun Strowman needs to make an impact at Royal Rumble in order to maintain his main event status
Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose cut promos using quotes from Dr. Martin Luther King in yet another example of WWE’s struggle with topics important to society
Two key reports, lay out WWE’s newest Performance Center class as a talented grouping, featuring some of independent wrestling’s most promising, young stars
The lady behind ‘The Smoke Show’ has been turning heads and drawing plenty of attention since making her debut for Impact Wrestling last year
Women of Wrestling made their debut on AXS TV and put on exactly the kind of show that is going to keep fans coming back week after week
The re-discovered fire that “The Empress of Tomorrow” has been displaying is huge for the build towards the Royal Rumble Pay Per View
The WWE Universe has always understood the potential of Sasha Banks, and now, she seems poised for superstardom thanks to her current feud with Ronda Rousey
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
At both Homecoming and last night on Pursuit, fans showered Brian Cage with chants of “next World Champ.” How soon could we see it happen?
‘Switchblade’ has emerged as one of New Japan’s breakout stars, and it appears 2019 is the year for the New Zealander to win the IWGP Heavyweight Championship
While the showing of talent is impressive and the hype is definitely real, there are still a lot of deeper questions in the air about the future of AEW
After 16 years with Impact Wrestling and an induction into the company’s Hall of Fame, Abyss will go back to where it all started at Homecoming this Sunday in Nashville
A pattern has been slowly emerging in the WWE over the past two weeks, where perennial fan favorites aren’t acting like prototypical babyfaces. Is this an intentional part of the company’s creative changes?