The AAA Mega Champion revealed the bad news earlier today on social media.
The latest rumors, including how NXT kept Tuesday’s surprise under wraps, a new show from Tony Khan’s company in April, a YouTube account misleading fans about a Bo Dallas comeback, and more!
Whether it was from WWE, WCW, the indies or a signing, a lot of people have stories to share about Virgil after we learned that he’s gone.
The new NJPW TV champ covered the end of his WWE run with Ariel Helwani on ‘The MMA Hour’.
We’re not cut out to analyze the numbers, but we can bring you several WWE items of interest from their parent company’s communications with investors.
The former WWE star is getting right to work after returning to the States with with his freshly won title, putting it on the line this Thursday at Elimination Games against another New Japan wrestler.
The original Horseman created countless great wrestling moments, and quite a few beefs with other wrestlers and executives, too. After his death yesterday at the age of 81, the focus is on remembering his contributions to the business.
The latest rumors, including two additions to the card for Philly, a joshi superstar getting closer to joining WWE, a sidelined former Women’s Tag champ, how morale at TNA after talks with new management team, and more!
McMahon’s long denied being aware of a ‘casting couch’ for male talent at his company in the 1980s, but Nick Kiniski says he brought the issue to Vince himself and nothing was done about it.
Night one is in the books. What surprises does New Japan have in store for us on a night when Kazuchika Okada says goodbye and Naito & SANADA run back their Tokyo Dome main event?
Two former WWE stars make good in NJPW.
Ring of Honor is ready once again for the PPV scene with their first major event of the new year.
Can Nic Nemeth or Matt Riddle capture New Japan gold? What will Kazuchika Okada's final weekend in the promotion bring? Start getting ready for a big weekend here.
The press release about their streaming deal seems to be a summary of programs already running on the network’s app, and various smaller reports.
The Wild Samoan and WWE Hall of Famer has been dealing with more than just the heart issues he was recently hospitalized for, and that’s led to the decision to close the indie he’s run since the mid-90s.
He and Michael Oku stole the show at RevPro’s High Stakes show in London yesterday, impressing Will’s new boss Tony Khan — who was in attendance and also watched Orange Cassidy make a surprise title defense on the card.
If you care. You probably don’t.
Checking in on an ambitious idea that seems to be going well.
But his being booked back into WrestleMania’s earned him first place in our latest Community Wrestler Rankings. But it’s a new week, and your vote will give us a new top 10!
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MLW is bringing the big guns in for their Feb. 29 event in New York City, as Japanese legend Minoru Suzuki from NJPW and lucha libre icon Mistico will have a chance to win gold.