One of my favorite WWE shows is coming back to television. Tough Enough will be back for a new season and will air on the USA network. The show will take a different twist on the contest, with hopes to finally produce a true superstar.
There is nothing more memorable in professional wrestling than a great rivalry. The WWE has produced some of the all-time best over the last several decades and I thought it would be fun to look back and countdown the ten best WWE feuds of all-time.
It didn't take long for Dean Ambrose's exploding-television mishap (Magnavox Overdrive?) to become subject of ridicule. The fact that Ambrose is winless in all pay-per-view bouts post-Shield split (that's since June 2) only makes an incendiary monitor more the source of caustic feeling.
Vince McMahon was critical of roster on the Steve Austin podcast for not grabbing the brass ring like Austin's peers in the Attitude Era did. Maybe it is time for Vince to take a hard look at himself for failing to give his roster the opportunity to grab those brass rings?
WWE may have struck gold after the December 1st episode of Monday Night RAW, when Stone Cold Steve Austin conducted a live 1-on-1 interview with Vince McMahon on the WWE Network. If you think something is missing from the Network, watch the podcast. Steve Austin’s questions were honest and on point, and Vince was very candid in his responses. Not since he appeared on Howard Stern’s...
Vince McMahon and Stone Cold Steve Austin got back together for a unique venture on the WWE Network. Austin interviewed McMahon on a live podcast and in classic fashion, combined for a fun and entertaining production.
I am giving away 1 copy of the WWE Attitude Era Vol. 2 DVD this Sunday night during the Survivor Series. Winning is very easy but you have to be on Twitter to do it. It’s as easy as a Stone Cold Stunner on Mr. McMahon!
The latest installment from the WWE's love affair with its favorite period is the Attitude Era Vol. 2 3-disc DVD set. The new set features a collection of matches and moments from 1997-2000 featuring Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, De-Generation-X and more.
Vince McMahon returned to WWE television for the first time in months and it was a welcomed surprise. While it appeared that McMahon came back to set up the Survivor Series main-event, many are speculating that this was all the start of a long road to WrestleMania 31.
The Internet went crazy last week with comments made by Stone Cold Steve Austin about a WWE return. While that may still be possible down the line, Austin is quick to temper your expectations for WrestleMania 31.
Booking the WWE world championship is never easy and even the best laid plans can hit some pitfalls. I thought it would be fun to take a look back at 10 guys who while planned to win the WWE world title, failed to secure the gold around their waists.
The WWE PG era has brought a lot of young kids and families into the WWE Universe. Many of those children will be looking to dress up like their favorite WWE superstar for Halloween. Here is a rundown of the top WWE costumer choices for 2014.
Though it wasn’t always that way. Yes folks, there was once a time when the words Hell in a Cell were synonymous with violence and bloodshed on altogether unprecedented scale.
It was over a decade ago when "Stone Cold" Steve Austin's hell raising was a regular part of our Monday night pro wrestling culture. New reports indicate that the Texas Rattlesnake may be heading back to the WWE. What better time to celebrate his legacy on RAW and look back at the top Monday Night RAW moments of Stone Cold Steve Austin.
WWE fans are eagerly anticipating the return of one of its biggest stars. Stone Cold Steve Austin is rumored to be heading back and this news has led to all kinds of speculation regarding the future of the Texas Rattlesnake.
Believe it or not we are less than eight months before WWE WrestleMania 31. The biggest event of 2015 is the end game for the current WWE creative team and while card is always subject to change, here are some card predictions based on the current landscape.
Before I get into the guys who are in my Mount Rushmore, I need to breakdown why certain legends are not represented.
The WWE has posted one of the more interesting top 10 lists on its YouTube channel. The WWE ranks the top 10 WWE championship wins in a list that is bound to stir debate among wrestling fans.
The WWE Intercontinental championship is just days away from turning 35 (and I will have an extensive blog on that next week) and WWE.com is looking back at the greats that held the title. WWE.com has ranked the top 25 champs of all-time and while they got many right, they got many wrong.
via WWE.com In a recent interview with the New York Post, WWE legend ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin said that he was a bigger legend than Hulk Hogan. “If you’re talking to me, it’s going to be Stone Cold Steve Austin,” he said. “If you guys are talking to Hulk, it’s going to be him.” said Austin in the interview As someone who had the privilege of watching both wrestlers...
Sunday, December 7th, 1997 – Springfield Civic Center – Springfield, Massachusetts – 6,358 people packed the Civic Center in Springfield, Massachusetts, and it’s the pay-per-view after the infamous “Montreal Screw Job.”
It’s been a day of announcements for the WWE this morning. First, the company made it official that the WWE Network has gone global. Then came word that Kevin Steen has signed with the WWE with Triple H posting the news on Twitter.
#WWE Universe in Canada: Proud to say the @WWENetwork is available today and the signing of Canada’s own Kevin Steen. http://t.co/GMpjPOgi87
SummerSlam 2014 prompted us to look back at the history of the August pay-per-view and we uncovered more than a few odd facts, stats and moments that even hardcore WWF/WWE fans probably forgot all about.
It has been reported by PWInsider.com and F4WOnline.com that long time WWE employee Mark Yeaton has been released from the company. Yeaton has been with company for decades and was the ringside timekeeper and bell ringer in that time.
Other duties that Yeaton had in WWE included ordering and maintaining materials WWE used for the rings and other travel duties. PWInsider also reports...
Stone Cold Steve Austin may not have wanted to work with Hulk Hogan in 2002 but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t respect the Hulkster. Austin was recently asked to compare their legacies and his answer may surprise you.