Most WWE performers can work well as a hero or a villain, but certain people are much better at being hated than the others
Tom Billington’s status as a sociopathic lout is beyond dispute, but his incredible skill as a performer and an influence on future generations of wrestlers isn’t in doubt, either
In this week’s edition, Columnist Goose Mahler shares his thoughts on the wrestling career of the late Dynamite Kid
WWE’s plan of “global localization” doesn’t paint a pretty picture. But it may also sound like WWE may be presumptuous and overreaching.
Columnist and Ignite Wrestling promoter Kim Artlip returns this week to talk about making a list of attainable goals, as you climb the ladder of dreams
Is WWE’s effort to reach out to smaller companies a sign of true cooperation, or will they merely become playthings for the corporate giant?
The boyz from the Bayou are back with a NXT/Survivor Series Recap, XFL Cities Leaked, an interview with Robyn Nelson & more!
Over the course of the last few weeks, a crush of recent news on the WWE talent development front has changed how many fans look at the company
This week, Goose Mahler discusses why capturing the big man’s trophy at WrestleMania never materializes into a push for the victor
This week, Chris recaps the worst edition of Raw in 2018, and is joined by Chris Ross from The Reaction Room to discuss his experience on the Jericho Cruise
Six turns to the dark side in three months. Is the WWE landscape turning darker or is there hope to be found?
Ignite Wrestling promoter Kim Artlip contemplates how the new focus on womens competition from WWE will have a ripple effect on its indy counterparts
The recent overabundance of MMA-style kicks has taken away from the storytelling that’s normally associated with a professional wrestling match
Current RAW Women’s champion Ronda Rousey burst on the scene in 2018, but where does her first year rank among the greatest in WWE history?
On this episode, Ryan and Mike return from hiatus to talk about the week that was, the start of 2019, and then discuss why success at the NXT level doesn’t translate to WWE