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!
Meat Madness was put ‘on ice’ due to wrestlers not being cleared, but apparently Wardlow, Powerhouse Hobbs & Lance Archer weren’t among the injured. They’ll now join Chris Jericho, HOOK, Brian Cage & two others in the match replacing their original one on AEW’s Sunday PPV.
The Feb. 28 episode built to his retirement match with Darby Allin against The Young Bucks this Sunday at AEW Revolution with several callbacks to his legendary career. But none was bigger than this one.
Due to one or more of the meaty men scheduled to compete in Meat Madness at this weekend’s PPV not being cleared, AEW’s owner froze the match. In it’s place will be an All-Star Scramble.
Matthew & Nicholas Jackson also say they’re having fun for the first time in a long time as they embrace their new heel EVP personas.
Sting’s Final Dynamite is here, just in time for some big returns in AEW.
In an article for ‘The Players’ Tribune’ ahead of his partner & mentor’s last match this Sunday at AEW Revolution, Allin does a great job explaining what makes The Icon so special — on-screen and in real life.
Some took his comments last week to mean he’s on WWE’s payroll, but the Hall of Famer clarified that he wouldn’t go to any AEW show out of respect for friends like Triple H and given where he is in the grieving process after the loss of his son.
This week from the Monday Gorilla Position, we’re checking in with a wrestler about The Icon leaving AEW and an announcer about having left WWE.
A couple more big men join Wardlow for whatever the hell this match is on AEW pay-per-view.
There’s a caveat, of course.
The latest rumors, including WWE talking with Sylvester Stallone about WrestleMania 40, surprises planned at Elimination Chamber, Hangman Page’s worked ankle injury, backstage chaos in AEW, Brock Lesnar video game files, TNA talent meeting, Forbidden Door, and more!
Here’s the reason why Hangman Page is suddenly working an ankle injury in AEW kayfabe right before the Revolution pay-per-view.
Hangman Page might be pulled from the AEW world championship match at Revolution as a result of this serious ankle injury.
FTR challenges BCC, Daniel Garcia withstands Christian Cage’s father-based mind games after their TNT title match is announced, and Wardlow, Powerhouse Hobbs and possibly more meaty men will slap meat on Mar. 3 in North Carolina.
The Nature Boy showed up on AEW Dynamite for the first time in a while, revealing he was upset how little he’s been by Sting’s side and taking a meeting with his Revolution opponents — Matthew & Nicholas Jackson, The Young Bucks.
The Icon is calling it a career at AEW Revolution in a couple weeks, and WWE apparently doesn’t want his long-time WCW & TNA colleague there due to his ‘positioning’ at their company.
A look at AEW’s current line-up for Mar. 3 in Greensboro, North Carolina, and the leading candidates to join Sting & Darby Allin vs. The Young Bucks and the five other matches already booked for the PPV.
Darby inexplicably turned Jim Cornette’s anti-AEW argument into the babyface position in kayfabe, while also putting over WWE star Cody Rhodes.
An eventful segment with Darby Allin that further established Matthew & Nicholas Jackson’s heel characters and covered a lot of AEW history set-up The Icon’s farewell match for Revolution next month.
Don Callis says no one wants to challenge Konosuke Takeshita for the PPV, so he’s booking him against a former ally in Ospreay. Guess we’ll see how close the former New Japan star is to the Family...
Danielson just can’t get rid of this bum.
Not only that, but Toni Storm talks about bumhole warts while hyping her new film premiere for "Wet Ink."
This wild pull-apart brawl could be the setup for Jon Moxley’s pay-per-view match at AEW Revolution.
More fake rumors are spreading after the Young Bucks’ disgusting actions last night.
Matthew & Nicholas Jackson kicked The Icon’s sons’ butts too, and now Sting’s got gold and opponents for his retirement match at Revolution next month.
Page wasn’t happy either after he rejected more time following his draw with Strickland on Dynamite, only to have Tony Khan book a Triple Threat for Joe’s AEW World title at next month’s PPV.