Senior Editor Jim Phillips continues his journey through this series, charting the transformation of the WWF, from a Northeastern promotion to a global wrestling superpower
Jim Ross tweeted out a picture of a fan’s tattoo, that featured images of iconic 90’s characters, the old RAW logo, and an image of the WWE chairman emblazoned on his left buttock
WWE’s plan of “global localization” doesn’t paint a pretty picture. But it may also sound like WWE may be presumptuous and overreaching.
Nearly two decades after its short-lived debut, the XFL has returned
The Chairman of WWE appears to be appropriating funds for the re-launch of the XFL in 2020, but still maintains a firm hold on his wrestling empire
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?
Fox isn’t just pushing WWE in a more sports-oriented direction for its upcoming broadcasts of SmackDown Live, it’s also reportedly making talent requests
Just as Stephanie McMahon and Test are prepared to exchange their vows in the ring, the leader of DX shows a bombshell video that breaks up the whole ceremony
1985 – In ‘The Original Screwjob’, The Fabulous Moolah dons a mask as The Spider, and defeats Wendi Richter for the WWF Womens title in a highly dubious finish
Columnist Mark Mahler takes a look at Smackdown’s current storylines, and wonders why WWE continues to cut the legs out from underneath the Blue Brand
Nature Boy Ric Flair, in his first appearance on WWF television since 1993, debuts on Monday Night RAW with a big surprise for Vince McMahon
At Survivor Series 2003, Vince McMahon gets some assistance from Kane to defeat The Undertaker in a Buried Alive match
The Rock defeats Mankind by ‘submission’ to win the vacated the WWF title, after a shocking turn of events in the tournament final
Arnold Schwarzenegger guest stars on Smackdown, and is presented a WWF World title belt, recognizing him as the ‘Box Office Champion’.
In one of the most infamous moments of all time, Shawn Michaels locks Bret Hart in a sharpshooter… and the wrestling world would never be the same