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?
It seems like the uncertainty about WWE locations reaches beyond SummerSlam, as ‘The Phenomenal One’ feels like there won’t be anything outside the Performance Centre before next year.
Kurt Angle reveals that he and Vince McMahon had very different ideas about his WWE comeback in 2017.
Excalibur was replaced by Taz on this week’s edition of AEW Dynamite, and although there is no confirmation on reason why it seems he was in Jacksonville ready for the show.
‘The King Of Bros’ has recently made it clear that he hopes to have a big-money match with Brock Lesnar following their reported confrontations when Riddle joined the company.
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.
Last night’s episode of AEW Dynamite saw the debut of a former WWE female star that hasn’t been seen on television for over four years.
On this week’s episode of AEW Dynamite, another casualty of WWE’s ‘Black Wednesday’ made their debut in the promotion.
Fans have been eagerly anticipating which wrestling company Miro/Rusev will show up in next. According to the man himself the answe might be…none of them! Has he retired?
In an interview with ESPN, AEW executive Cody Rhodes has spoken out about the possibility of her company signing high profile free agents Rey Mysterio and Tessa Blanchard
WWE reportedly have big plans to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the debut of ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin in January 2021.
Following Adam Cole’s bust up with Pat McAfee, Triple H has apologised for the former NXT Champions actions, calling him ‘a bit overly sensitive’.