Executive Editor Michael Melchor lays out his theory that when it’s all said and done, The Lunatic Fringe will remain in WWE
Despite all the recent negativity aimed at Nia Jax, Executive Editor Michael Melchor brings up some points about ‘The Irresistible Force’ that even her critics can’t deny
To hell with Kenny Omega. Forget about a television deal. Some of the ways that All Elite Wrestling is looking to change the world don’t necessarily have to do with what we see in the ring or on a screen.
Executive Editor Michael Melchor compares WWE’s declaration of a change in creative direction to the one that officially announced the “Attitude Era.”
Nine months of story came to a satisfying conclusion in a brilliant display of the drama and action that pro wrestling, as an art form, can offer.
WWE’s plan of “global localization” doesn’t paint a pretty picture. But it may also sound like WWE may be presumptuous and overreaching.
Six turns to the dark side in three months. Is the WWE landscape turning darker or is there hope to be found?