WWE have announced a strong five match card for this week’s NXT to counter a bumper night of action already confirmed for AEW Dynamite.
NJPW have announced two new tournaments, including one to award a vacant championship, as well as a brand new TV show.
Controversial wrestling manager Jim Cornette has suggested that the spiritual successors to The Four Horsemen are already active and excelling in WWE.
Japanese wrestling legend and NJPW founder Antonio Inoki is said to be battling a rare heart condition that sees him confined to a wheelchair.
In a recent interview, 1990s WWE favourite, Duke ‘The Dumpster’ Droese recalls the time when he refused to job to ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin.
A very credible source is reporting a spoiler that one of the biggest names in the last three decades of wrestling will be appearing on AEW Dynamite this week.
One of the true legends and greatest villains of British wrestling, Mark ‘Rollerball’ Rocco has sadly passed away at the age of 69.
According to reports, WWE have added another PPV on to the calendar just one week after SummerSlam. But is all as it seems?
Last night’s episode of NXT saw a new name confirmed for the ladder match for the vacant North American Title at NXT Takeover XXX
On last night’s edition of Dynamite, AEW revealed more details about their Deadly Draw women’s tag team tournament including a number of participants.
After weeks of speculation, Kairi Sane finally waved goodbye to WWE and thanked fans as she confirmed she has finished her stint with the company.
At a press conference today in Japan, NJPW have announced the creation of a new championship that will be fought under fan-voted rules.
Following the Women’s Title confusion at WWE Extreme Rules, we now have a definitive champ.
According to Vince McMahon himself, WWE could still run an event in Saudi Arabia in 2020 despite the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.
WWE have long talked up the possibility of a premium tier for their flagship WWE Network. It now seems those plans have been shelved.