With former WCW stars Sting and the New World Order making recent appearances with the WWE, is another former superstar headed back to Vince McMahon's world?
Don't bet on it.
Bill Goldberg, one of WCW's biggest superstars during the famed Monday Night Wars, said last weekend he has no interest in the WWE or anything to do with McMahon.
"I'm going to make an appearance in professional...
The brand split in 2002 was a great idea of Vince McMahon’s in many ways. From a business and financial standpoint, it created more merchandise sales and would have caused more people to watch both programs to see what happened.
Even Monday Night Raw isn’t immune from Tebow Time. On last night’s episode of Raw, Bo Dallas came out with his typical Bo-lieve motivational schtick – this time directed toward Roman Reigns. When breaking down how Reigns was a bust (given that he won the Royal Rumble and received the ultimate push from Vince McMahon), Dallas invoked […]
WWE fans have a new world champion and his name is Seth Rollins. Rollins had a very interesting road to the top and has offered up these stories on previous interviews and podcasts. Here are 10 of the more interesting stories from Rollins that you may or may not have known about.
This Monday, Jeff Jarrett’s Global Force Wrestling issued a press release to announce their debut show.
Beyond a date and location ( June 12 at The Ballpark at Jackson in Jackson, Tennessee), the company’s PR provided little insight into what fans can expect when the company kick off their inaugural ‘MiLB Grand Slam Tour’; a string of summer shows at baseball parks from...
One major issue the WWE Universe had with Roman Reigns was that he appeared to be the handpicked future of the company without having to prove that he was worthy of that title.
Whatever Attitude programming makes its way to the Network on Monday, I thought it'd be nice to put the actual era in perspective and sift through the top moments with the benefit of hindsight. I do enjoy my listmaking; you may have noticed.
Instead of wrestling every Friday night on Destination America, Kurt Angle’s original plan was to finish up his TNA contract last September and re-sign with the WWE to finish out his career.
The absence of Stone Cold Steve Austin from WrestleMania 32 and the addition of the Chris Jericho podcast have fueled speculation of a rift between Austin and the WWE. Yet according to Austin, things are perfectly fine between he, Vince McMahon, and the WWE.
It used to be The Rock, then it was Brock Lesnar, now social media and WWE fans and media are clamoring for the return of Stone Cold Steve Austin. With WrestleMania 32 in Texas Austin seems like a fit, yet the stone cold reality is that Austin is never coming back and it's time to move on.
Pro wrestling is a desired medium now. What a time to be alive. When I was a kid growing up in the south, you would think that everyone watched pro wrestling on TV. It’s a logical assumption; wrestling crowds in this part of the country are historically very committed to and passionate about the business. Being the stomping ground of Jim Crockett Promotions has a lot to do with it too of course.
Last night, the WWE Network aired a LIVE post-RAW podcast show without ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin. Rumors have been circulating since WrestleMania week that there was heat between Vince McMahon and Austin, and that the reason WWE decided to go with Jericho was because McMahon didn’t like the questions Austin asked. But Austin put those rumors to rest yesterday.
You’ve probably never heard of him, but the man has been dubbed the “Vince McMahon of New Zealand Wrestling.” He’s battled all-time greats like Ric Flair, Andre the Giant, Killer Kowalski, and more. He’s a multi-time Heavyweight champion. The Pro Wrestling Torch named him “one of New Zealand’s greatest wrestlers,” and is credited with turning professional wrestling...
When WWE announced its new slate of programming for the WWE Network last week, one major surprise was the Chris Jericho Podcast. ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin had already done two podcast on the network – one with Vince McMahon himself, and the other with COO Triple H – and in both cases, the Texas rattlesnake pulled no punches. He asked the tough questions and got the tough...
Whatever the WWE motivation was or is, it doesn’t matter to the people who matter the most which are Connor, his family, and anyone benefiting from Connor’s Cure.
I have to hand it to Vince McMahon. Wrestlemania 31 will go down as one for the ages, but not because of attendance records, PPV sales, or anything else. No, it will be because of the incredible collection of superstars past and present that took part in the event in and outside of the ring. We are talking about guys like Sting. Triple H, The Rock, Ric Flair, The Undertaker, as well as...
The 2015 WWE Hall of Fame will go down was one of the most emotional ceremonies in recent memory. Tributes to the late Randy Savage and Connor “The Crusher” left plenty of tears while Kevin Nash and Madusa provided the laughs and entertainment.
Vince McMahon presents the 2015 WWE Hall of Fame Class with their rings: March 28, 2015Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return home for Top sports news.
Vince McMahon got his man! WWE world champion Brock Lesnar has signed a new deal with the WWE which will keep him around after WrestleMania. The new deal has also shut down any chance we’ll see Brock in the UFC ever again.
This edition of Pro Wrestling Radio recapped WrestleMania 22 and all of the fallout from the big event. The show was recorded on April 8, 2006. WrestleMania 22 featured Triple H vs. John Cena, Rey Mysterio vs. Randy Orton vs. Kurt Angle, Shawn Michaels vs. Vince McMahon, and Edge vs. Mick Foley. The show featured open lines with calls on WrestleMania 22 as well as all of the...
CM Punk may wish to put his WWE career behind him but it will always be a topic of conversation with the former WWE champ. Punk was recently asked about his WWE career and had some interesting reflections on the past and the future.
Brock Lesnar is a lucky man! The WWE world champion is about to become combat sports' hottest free agent. Vince McMahon is up against the clock as he hopes to mitigate a potential public relations disaster.
Over the last couple of weeks, I sat down and compiled a 30 match card to celebrate 30 years of WrestleMania. This is not the top 30 matches in WrestleMania history. This is a 30th Anniversary Card, and because it’s a card and not a list, no person appears more than once. That is the challenge of compiling such a card.
This week, we’ll look at matches 15-11 so let’s get to...
Imagine if your annual Christmas parade was routed to circle the same two block radius for three hours, with each marcher shot to the gills on Xanax. Now imagine if the parade took place every week, and Santa only showed up six times a year.