WrestleMania and the Superstar Shake-up have come and gone and we forge our way into Spring. Brock Lesnar is once again eligible for these rankings since he showed up and defended his Universal Championship. Let’s see where he ranks against your favorite superstars!
After a flip and flop it will once again be Rusev Day at The Greatest Royal Rumble.
With a barrage of NXT call-ups and returns, both rosters have already seen major change.
Let me tell you, I don’t have to tell you it’s the best, YOU have already told me it’s the best for a very long time.
Undertaker and Cena have both paid their dues, worked their asses off and helped to further build the company into the global giant it has become.
This time of the year we always see some of the rising stars of NXT brought up to the main rosters of Raw and Smackdown.
The “Showcase of the Immortals” is almost here, so Joe Pollock is wishing up some Wrestlemania shockers
Daniel Bryan is back! YES, YES, YES, it’s true, oh it’s damn true. On Tuesday night at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas, Bryan addressed an electric crowd about his return to the ring.
After nearly two years, WWE has cleared Daniel Bryan to return to the wrestling ring. There’s so many dream matches being thrown out there. Here’s what we want to see. . .
The century mark is quite the accomplishment! Let’s dive into the highlights of 100 episodes.
By Joe Pollock While it seems that no domestic company currently poses a serious threat to the juggernaut residing with Titan Towers in Stamford, CT, this does not mean that the IWC is completely beholden to Vince McMahon’s takes on sports entertainment. New Japan has seen increased buys for Wrestle Kingdom and interest in English…
Roman Reigns is better than you and every other wrestler in the world.