Columnist Goose Mahler examines the rough start to Bayley’s heel turn, and why WWE has seemingly lost their ability to book classic villains
Sasha Banks seems to have returned at just the right time – and in the right frame of mind to shake up the WWE Women’s Division
The stage is set for Sasha Banks to return to WWE, after what seemed to be an acrimonious break from the company
AEW and WWE battling in a bidding war for the best performers will only make wrestling better
WWE has already made a complete mess out of their once-promising women’s tag team championship
Columnist Goose Mahler breaks down the fine print of a business agreement, and takes to task performers who try to violate them
WWE’s missing superstar has seemingly been caged. Will she ever get the chance to break out?
The specific failures to get the most out of Luke Harper and Sasha Banks, respectively, are various and complicated, but fundamentally simple at bottom
Despite the company’s financial success, WWE can’t seem to keep their performers satisfied, as several have now expressed a desire to leave
The Superstar Shake-Up, which brand ended up with the better roster, industry news and a detailed look at the recent Sasha Banks situation
Creative Frustration or just good business? Why Dean Ambrose, Sasha Banks, Luke Harper and others may be abandoning the WWE ship.
On this week’s episode, Joe & Karl talk about Sasha Banks reportedly asking for her release, AEW possibly going to a Turner Network, creative changes in WWE, and more
Sasha Banks being frustrated in WWE is nothing new. This week, however, those frustrations seem to be boiling over
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
After suffering another loss to The Riott Squad, Bayley unloads weeks of frustration on her former best friend