What do you do with Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 31 a year after breaking the Undertaker’s streak at 30? That is the question being asked on social media and a new report reveals some interesting scenarios in discussion for the former UFC and WWE champion.
This week's WWE Friday Night SmackDown opens with a graphic for Warrior who, as you know, passed away on Tuesday. Michael Cole announces a special this Monday night on RAW.
I am not sure what shocked me more form Monday night – the fact that Daniel Bryan remained the WWE World Champion after the show, or the solid move by the company to have Cesaro turn on Zeb Colter and become the newest “Paul Heyman Guy.” This is a move that will undoubtedly move Cesaro – although still a heel – toward stardom and a potential title.
WWE WrestleMania XXX is now in the history books, and while it was an overall disappointment (worth the $9.95 on the WWE Network but not the $50+ on pay-per-view), there were more than a few memorable moments. There were big winners and even bigger losers.
This week on WWE Friday Night SmackDown the WWE Universe counts down to WrestleMania 30 and the Real Americans are in action.
Sometimes, there are comments made by wrestlers that just stick with you as gospel in the business. This spot remains true to that belief.
Now that we know Undertaker will face Brock Lesnar and John Cena is headed for a crash course with Bray Wyatt, the WWE must at some point address the most glaring question left unanswered in the company - Will Kane ever find the ring again on a full-time basis?
I wrote a blog last night criticizing the WWE decision to heavily promote NXT on the WWE Network. While I still stand by the fundamental idea of the blog I will admit one thing. NXT Arrival was the best WWE show I have seen in years.
One of the big selling points in promoting the WWE Network was the presence of NXT. The development center will be welcomed with a special and more attention than it ever received which may or may not be a good thing.
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For the first time, With Leather is giving the funniest fans on the Internet an open discussion thread for WWE NXT, the show that started off as a crummy collection of self-defeated obstacle challenges and became the best WWE product in the world.
Tonight, the promotion’s first “pay-per-view,” the badly-capitalized NXT arRIVAL,...
One of the best workers in all of WWE is Cesaro, known until recently as Antonio Cesaro. In last night’s Elimination Chamber match, Cesaro had arguably the most impressive showing and was booked to be the final man in the match not named John Cena, Randy Orton, or Daniel Bryan.
Until recently, Cesaro was a criminally underused member of The E’s roster while being one of the best...
The WWE closed out its pre-network pay per view era with the Elimination Chamber 2014. The show will be remembered for one of the all-time greatest six-man tag team matches in WWE history.
WWE Friday Night SmackDown opens up with a big six-man tag team match featuring The Shield and Daniel Bryan.
A rundown of results and news from the February 7, 2014 WWE Friday Night SmackDown.
The closest thing to a “true” professional is Antonio Cesaro and his mat skills – which make him the best the company has to offer as a wrestler.
We The WWE Wrestlers of the Week. Despite the start of winning streaks for Dolph Ziggler and CM Punk, The Real Americans are walking away the winners this week. Ziggler had two wins over Sir Money in the Bank Damien Sandow, while Punk has two wins over the Paul Heyman Guys recently.
Zeb Colter introduced an unlikely ally on the June 17 edition of WWE Raw when Antonio Cesaro stood by his side with the world watching.
Let me preface the title by saying that Antonio Cesaro and Daniel Bryan are two of my favorite wrestlers today. Calm down internet world.
If Antonio Cesaro is as boring as they think he is, whose fault is that? You have a guy with a good look, charisma, and outstanding ring work who you perceive the fans are finding boring and you blame him? What am I missing here because I have to be missing something?
Welcome to another edition of WWE Wrestler of the Week! This week, the winner went 3-0 this week with victories on SmackDown, Raw and Main Event. However, two of those victories were over the same superstar.
Pro Wrestling Radio is back with its first live broadcast in well over a year. The second podcast of the 14th season is live and interactive as we take questions from the chat room. Independent pro wrestling standout Luke Hawx and I cover all of the latest WWE news, pro wrestling rumors, hot topics in the blogs, as well as share stories from our own pro wrestling careers.
WWE WrestleMania 29 is history and it is time to start looking forward to Extreme Rules. Yet before we get our tables, ladders, and chairs ready I think now would be a good time to look back at the biggest WrestleMania in WWE history.
WWE Wrestler of the Week is back with three superstars earning a 2-0 record for the final full week of March 2013. As much as I hate having ties and recognizing more than one superstar, we have to give credit to these superstars for going undefeated for the week.
What's in a pro wrestling name? That's a question that gets asked every time an independent favorite gets put through the wringer, deloused of all his/her trappings, and given a new appellation by the NXT Name Generator.
This week’s winner may surprise you as he is not someone who receives a lot of attention. He is not someone who is on the verge of winning any championship and he is not someone who has ever held a title in WWE. At the same time, he is the only WWE superstar with a 2-0 record this week.