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Roman Reigns will battle for a chance to main event Wrestlemania 31
With Smackdown in the rearview mirror, the match card is set for this Sunday’s WWE pay-per-view Fastlane. The marquee at the FedExForum in Memphis, Tennessee will showcase the blockbuster main even pitting Daniel Bryan against Roman Reigns for the right to face the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar...
We are less than a week away from the WWE Fast Lane PPV event, with the main event seeing Roman Reigns placing his main event spot at Wrestlemania on the line against Daniel Bryan, what can we expect from tonight’s episode of Monday Night Raw.
Opponents rarely make good friends
With The Authority not getting their own way by allowing Daniel Bryan getting his chance at Wrestlemania...
The intrigue of how a hot pro wrestling angle ends is more exciting than the matches for most of us. Yet you don't have to go back further than Dean Ambrose vs. Seth Rollins for examples of pro wrestling angles that started off as hot and ended flatter than a pancake. It doesn't get much disappointing than that.
The number one way to make money in pro wrestling is with a great feud. Nothing draws bigger at the box office than an exciting rivalry pitting good vs. evil. Some rivalries are based on hatred, some are based on championships, and some are based on nothing more than a motivation to be the best. Today I spotlight one of professional wrestling’s greatest feuds.
The following extensive interview features WWE Hall of Fame wrestler, former NWA world champion, and former WWE intercontinental champion Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat. Steamboat talks about the 20 year anniversary of WrestleMania 3, Ric Flair's longevity, WWE buying WCW, Vince McMahon wrestling and more
The post Ricky Steamboat Classic 2003 Interview appeared first on Pro Wrestling Radio.
What happens next with Sting? Numerous other WCW icons tripped up in WWE, either having a benign tenure or petering out after a promising start. WWE hasn't always been kind to the Atlanta legends, and here are ten examples of something getting lost in translation.
Bob Geigel, the former president of the National Wrestling Alliance and pro wrestler, died Thursday at the age of 90.
The Wrestling Observer reported that Geigel broke a hip “a few months back” and had also been battling Alzheimer’s disease.
Aside from Harley Race, no person likely meant more for pro wrestling in Kansas City than Geigel, who ran the Central States office out...
We reported earlier this morning that wrestling legend Ox Baker passed away at the age of 80.
WWE has issued a statement on their website to address the passing of Ox Baker:
“WWE is saddened to learn that Ox Baker, a feared villain of the ring for more than three decades, passed away Monday morning at age 80. A 6-foot-5 behemoth from Waterloo, Iowa, Baker originally competed...
WWE NXT newcomer Baron Corbin recently had an interview with Journey of a Frontman in which he spoke about his NXT debut, developing his character and his finisher “End of Days”. Here are some of the highlights:
On preparing for his appearance at NXT Takeover II:
Billy Gunn, Bill DeMott and Dusty Rhodes all helped me find myself and how to express it to people so they understand...
Back in the early 1980s several NWA stars made a living as independent wrestlers for their renegade style of traveling from promotion to promotion.
Stardust commands the spotlight. But he isn’t just taking his closeup, he’s creating a legacy. Well, technically he’s continuing a legacy. While Stardust and his half-brother Goldust are WWE Tag Team Champions. They are also the sons of all-everything wrestler Dusty Rhodes. The American dream continues, down a new path.
Here are 8 things you didn’t know about Stardust.
Could WWE Night of Champions 2014 eventually be compared to WCW Bash at the Beach 1996? The internet wrestling community has long begged for a John Cena heel turn, like Hulk Hogan’s in 1996. WWE, for the most part, ignores these wishes with the idea that a heroic Cena makes kids happy, and makes the company money in the process. He grants wishes, sells t-shirts, and is a poster...
Former Northwestern star running back Venric Mark announced recently that he was transferring rather than play his senior season with the Wildcats. Well, it looks like Mark has found a new home.
Venric Mark off to West Texas A&M: http://t.co/te12GqjcY2
— College GameDay (@CollegeGameDay) August 23, 2014
And in case West Texas A&M doesn’t ring a bell….it was formerly...
I am not a big fan of “what ifs” but a recent podcast discussion got me thinking. What would have happened in 1984 if Hulk Hogan wasn’t available to the WWF? Who could Vince McMahon Jr. pick to beat the Iron Sheik and lead his quest to take over the world of pro wrestling?
After weeks of introducing new tag partners for Goldust, last night Cody Rhodes, introduced to the world Goldust’s next tag team partner, Stardust. Stardust if you missed last night’s show is pretty much a copy of Goldust, however has a star painted on his face. It was a very bizarre an unexpected moment. Cody has so much potential but has never managed to make it to the upper...
While it's too early to stamp Seth Rollins' turn as a success or a failure, here's a look at some of the wrestling history he's up against, the twenty-five best shifts to the dark side ever.
Last night when Alicia Fox did her post-match meltdown she gave a wedgie to the timekeeper. The timekeeper is Berkley Ottman. He’s the son of Fred Ottman also known as Tugboat, Typhoon and, of course, THE SHOCKMASTER.
Fred Ottman is very close to the Rhodes family and his son is considered to be a cousin of Cody Rhodes so that’s how he got a spot with WWE. Pictured below is...