More details of the former WCW President’s short time as Executive Director of SmackDown are coming out, and they don’t paint a flattering picture.
They’re not as quick with the uploads as WWE, but we’ve got a full playlist of the best bits from another quality two hours of wrestling.
The first two weeks were a lot of bells and whistles. Now it’s time for a regular ol’ episode.
The next step in wins and losses mattering.
People asked him anything. Which meant talking about a potential wrestling comeback, and the size of Batista’s [REDACTED]
The eight-week tournament is back for a second season. How did the first batch of threeways go? Click and find out.
WWE finally gets around to announcing more of what we’ll see their third week on Fox.
The lack of baseball didn’t help either show, but the news continues to be better for Dynamite.
If you need more Corey, or an audio version of something like a Watch Along meets the new FS1 studio show, this will probably be your jam.
The old guys and juniors delivered against a main event that didn’t quite grab us. Let’s break it down together, folks.
It’s subjective, of course, so you can disagree. But you’ll be wrong, sunshine.
Probably because she’s an adult who can speak for herself.
See anything you may have missed from another quality two hours of wrestling on Oct. 16.
Who won the third week of the Wednesday Night War?
The latest rumors, including more on why Vince canned Eric, NXT’s international expansion strategy, how Fox might change Bray, why Truth & Mella were split in the Draft, and more!
Dean Ambrose vs. Neville! In AEW! Plus the rest of another stacked card for Oct. 23.
We’re looking forward to this match a lot. And the Ripley vs. Io Shirai match they teased on Oct. 16. And Shayna Baszler & her Horsewomen vs. Team Kick. And...