There was a clean winner in our latest Community Wrestler Rankings. But it’s a new week, and your vote will give us a new top 10!
It will be just a couple days before we find out what’s next for his pro wrestling career.
Let’s catch up on the news of the week from Major League Wrestling.
Sept. 29’s episode 2 was all about priming the pump for Fightland, and featured a filthy title fight, an assassin suplexing his way into our hearts, and two young luchadores with amazing moves. Break it down with us here.
It’s not the match he said he’s game for (thank goodness), but the Hardcore Legend will be on hand when Mox & Gage throwdown later this month.
Deonna Purrazzo gave Mickie James a taste of her own Hardcore Country medicine with a cinematic brawl on James’ horse farm.
Bobby Fish hasn’t even made his MLW debut yet, but he’s already planning to step through the Forbidden Door onto next week’s Dynamite.
Frankie Kazarian allegedly did not share TJP’s enthusiasm for performing under the guise of Suicide in Impact Wrestling.
Rumors six months ago speculated on Charlotte’s WrestleMania status, RETRIBUTION’s end, and Batista’s Hall of Fame status. Were they correct?
Mickie James is booked for a championship dream match at Bound for Glory in October.
Get ready for the return of Major League Wrestling - and an American Wolf - on Sept. 22!
Ring of Honor (ROH) wrestler EC3 reflects on his WWE main roster run.
A broken ankle that reportedly happened at their Saturday taping will lead to changes on Impact and elsewhere.
The Japanese legend adds more dates to his busy fall U.S. schedule, as he and two women with WWE ties have been announced for Josh Barnett’s latest MMA-wrestling hybrid show on Oct. 22 in Los Angeles.
The latest rumors, including whether or not WWE is looking at making a Lesnar vs. Steveson match, an update on MVP, and more!
It’s that time again, where we get silly with social media.
Even on an all-time great show, the new AEW Tag champs stood out in our Community Wrestling Rankings. But it’s a new week, and your vote will give us a new top 10!
MLW continues making moves to widen its reach.
Bobby Fish is the latest ex-WWE star to join another promotion, and he’ll attempt to win a historic prize when MLW starts back up in Philly next month.
His five years in the business weren’t good for his mental health, so the former WWE NXT wrestler will look to other fields to find his passion.
The latest rumors, including words you can’t say on WWE television, people moving up to Raw & SmackDown, another champ whose NXT deal is up soon, and more!