Columnist Graham Matthews takes a look at some names who should be wrestling for one of the ‘Big Two’ in 2020
Wrestlers in both companies are in prime position to thrive heading into the new year
The overwhelmingly negative response Seth Rollins has received was too loud to ignore. and forced WWE to do what it should have done months ago in turning him heel
In an age when wrestling villains are more popular than they’ve ever been, Corbin has consistently been able to not only get under the skin of fans
There are a number of competitors from both brands who would benefit from switching shows after not doing much of note for the past few months
WWE will host its 2019 Draft in just a few weeks, and if advertisements are any indication, both Raw and SmackDown are in store for some drastic changes
Zayn’s microphone skills have helped give The Artist the voice he needs as he continues to cultivate his heel persona
Graham Matthews runs down a list of WWE Superstars that could potentially wrestle the Big Red Belt away from The Architect
Almost all of the latest NXT call-ups have eventually found their footing on WWE’s main roster… except for EC3.
After filling the void during The Big Dog’s absence, has the Universal Champion earned the right to be the flag bearer of the promotion?
Columnist Graham Matthews writes that Kofi Kingston’s WWE Title reign has been nothing short of stellar on SmackDown Live so far
WWE is running the risk of overexposing THE MAN by having her appear on both brands as often as she has been
Whether the fortunes of these stars will change coming out of the event remains to be seen. But for now… they are riding high
No one has been more synonymous with SmackDown over the last three years than The Phenomenal One, but it’s time for him to explore a new horizon on Monday Nights
Coming off everything that has transpired over the past two weeks, a Kofi Kingston title victory could (and should) become a reality at Fastlane 2019