Tag: Justin Barrasso

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED: Why Brock Lesnar’s Absence Is Such a Big Problem...

This Week in Wrestling breaks down all the reasons why Brock Lesnar's limited appearances as the Universal Champion are severely damaging the RAW brand

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED: Glenn ‘Kane’ Jacobs talks about victory in Political Primary

Through hell, fire, and brimstone, Glenn Jacobs captured last week’s Republican mayoral primary election in Knox County, Tennessee

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED: Mysterio rumored to be Cena’s opponent at WrestleMania

With The Leader of Cenation still in search of a showdown in New Orleans, the returning masked man has now stepped to the forefront of possible names

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED: KENNY OMEGA OUT TO PROVE HE IS THE BEST...

The Cleaner talks with SI about Chris Jericho, the potential impact of their Wrestle Kingdom match and why he loves New Japan Pro Wrestling

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED: Matt Riddle Is Ready to Make the Jump and...

SI's Justin Barrasso writes that Matt Riddle wants to make the jump to WWE or NJPW, but he has to continue dominating the indie scene first

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED: Court Bauer on why MLW Shouldn’t Be Considered an...

SI.com spoke with the MLW owner about last night's Never Say Never event in Orlando and his plans for the future

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED: The Great Muta is Returning to the United States...

The Japanese legend has been announced to make his return on January 19th, wrestling for California-based promotion, PCW ULTRA

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED: Jimmy Jacobs on Life After That Fateful Bullet Club...

SI.com talks with the wrestler and former WWE writer about his strange exit from the company and returning to his independent roots

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED: WWE Sends Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn Home From...

SI.com has details on Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn being kicked off the remainder of WWE’s overseas tour and sent home after SmackDown in Manchester

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED: How ‘Pro Wrestling Tees’ Became a Merchandise Powerhouse

SI's Justin Barrasso looks at how the Chicago-based apparel store became synonymous with some of the biggest names in pro wrestling