Pro wrestling’s Cinderella story of 2014 may not have a happy ending. A recent reports suggests that Daniel Bryan will miss an extended amount of time due to surgery. Even worse, Bryan’s absence could be indefinite.
Ryback made his comeback to WWE on the October 27 edition of Monday Night Raw. The Big Guy made his surprising return to the company against Bo Dallas, who he promptly squashed and left for dead.
How will the WWE deal with news that Daniel Bryan will need more surgery on his already surgically repaired neck that will still sideline the superstar indefinitely? The latest Daniel Bryan news has the WWE and its fans wondering when Bryan will get back in the ring.
Love him or hate him, it's hard to deny that John Cena has been involved in most of the biggest feuds in this modern-day era of WWE. A new DVD and blu-ray release chronicles his ten best in John Cena's Greatest Rivalries.
So the fact that he’s young, hungry, over with the crowd and fully inline with the WWE machine should bode well for him. The fact that he’s also Mister Money in the Bank should practically guarantee his future is in good hands.
After a week away from my computer, I am excited to be back and writing about the (gulp) midseason report for the NFL. Where has the time gone? Since the start of this season we have gone from the Seattle Seahawks being the start of a dynasty to being the NFL model for dysfunctional teams.
It is that point in the 2014-15 NFL season, where the first eight weeks of the season are gone. It seems like September is a distant memory. We're at the point where teams are starting to show what kind of teams they are.
Halloween is the time of year where many of us get dressed up in our scariest costumes in an attempt to invoke fear and terror among the masses. Well back in the 1980s, Halloween was 365 days a year in pro wrestling and here are ten scary pictures from that era to prove it.
It’s funny how things work out sometimes. Going into this past Sunday’s Hell in a Cell pay-per-view, it was a forgone conclusion that Seth Rollins vs. Dean Ambrose, inside the cell, would be the match of the night…hell, it would be match of the year.
I have to hand it to the creative team that put together Monday Night Raw. For the first time in ages, I was engaged and excited about the program, the matches and the dialogue.
For the second week in a row I have woken up Tuesday morning a loser by one point. By now I should be hitting my midseason stride instead of wondering whether or not I need to replace Vincent Jackson.
Can a band release more 'Greatest Hits' compilations than actual new studio material? You can if you're Randy Orton and John Cena. Both Orton and Cena are far more capable performers than their exhausted detractors would care to admit, but it's a case of too much, too often for the duo.
Welcome! With the arrival of the “Monday Night War” documentary series on the WWE Network, I decided to go back and watch the WWF pay-per-views (most of the Raws are not there yet) from the debut of Raw and beyond.
WWE Hell in a Cell delivered an exciting headliner as predicted between Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins with an unpredictable ending. The return of Bray Wyatt spoiled the night for Ambrose and WWE fans hoping for a conclusive finish to arguably the hottest WWE feud of 2014. Fortunately those fans did see a conclusive ending to one of the oldest rivalries of the modern-day era.
On the eve of its Hell in a Cell pay-per-view on Sunday, word has come out that the WWE is being sued over mistreatment of its wrestlers and the safety of those who have performed for Vince McMahon in his circus up in Stamford, CT.
This week opens with Dean Ambrose marching down to the ring. He says the laws of physics don't apply to him. What goes up must go down, but he doesn't stay down. Why does he keep getting back up?
How do you handle Daniel Bryan going forward when he’s finally back at 100%? He’ll still have his following who expect to see the WWE title back around his waist. But does he have to change his wrestling style?
It has been the same battle cry of the WWE Universe (if there still is a universe) since CM Punk walked out on the job after the Royal Rumble. Punk has not been part of a match, program or even a tease about returning to the ring.
My moment of internal questioning came long before Monday’s main event, but another match involving some combination of Dean Ambrose, John Cena, Randy Orton, Kane and Seth Rollins left me feeling like the WWE was openly challenging me.
Chris Jericho is currently making the rounds promoting his latest autobiography and continues to be one of the most quotable wrestlers in regards to media. Jericho hit on a few interesting topics in a recent interview including some fascinating insight into a legendary era.
Between the Percy Harvin trade and injuries to some key people, this week’s waiver wire could be a an interesting one. Here are few of the guys am considering this week.
Andre the Giant has turned into a mythical character in pro wrestling folklore and urban legend since his passing. Many stories have floated around the Internet and bars on the Giant and I thought it would be fun to take a look back at 10 of Andre stories you may or may not have heard before.
Rusev is WWE’s newest monster project; pun intended. The Bulgarian export has been virtually unstoppable since his debut back in January and in the last 10 months; no one has really been able to touch him. He is currently the brute to beat in that company.
We all knew it was coming. The Viper and Seth Rollins have been teasing tension for weeks. Yet nobody thought less than a week before Hell in a Cell and with a hot Dean Ambrose on fire that this would be the week the WWE would turn Orton.
On the weekend of October 3-1 November 1, 2014, the eyes of the Thoroughbred Racing will be on Santa Anita Park, as it once again hosts the Breeders' Cup World Championships. Horses of all ages and running styles compete in races over this two day event, which helps decide year end honors in various categories.