The overall response to the NXT newcomers has shown that a large percentage of the ‘mainstream audience’ still hasn’t caught on to the Yellow Brand
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
John Skyler has been one of the shining stars of the indy circuit, and after his recent appearance in ROH, looks ready to make the jump to the big time
With Royal Rumble, WrestleMania and the Superstar Shake-up heading our way, there exists plenty of opportunities for even more NXT prospects to make their debuts in the coming months
Impact Wrestling’s Jordynne Grace looks like the next, surefire star in the Knockouts Division, after an impressive debut last week
Mixing technical prowess with aerial skills, Dusty Gold is ready to take Excellence to a Whole, New Level
IGNITE Pro Wrestling promoter Kim Artlip is back with her weekly column that encourages every young wrestler to dare to be different
NXT Womens Champion Shayna Baszler has the unique look, awesome skills and amazing presence to eventually be The Baddest B*tch on the Block
In the mind of WWE Hall of Famer and recruiter Gerald Brisco, Duke heavyweight Jacob Kasper could very well be the WWE’s next big star
Nova Scotia’s Maddison Miles has steadily improved and overcome plenty of adversity in her three years as a pro wrestler– and she’s still just 18 years old
31-year-old Shadia Bseiso was among 40 athletes from the Middle East and India trying out to be a part of the professional wrestling universe
An interesting clip from wwe.com of NXT General Manager William Regal getting an up-close look at Chile’s blossoming independent wrestling scene
Ring of Honor highlights two more future stars on this week’s show.
The Dapper Duo is turning heads under the bright lights of Sin City.