Last night was the 2015 Royal Rumble, which answered two age old questions: How can one man subsist on German suplexes alone? And, how many adult Philadelphians acting like children who’ve had their favorite toy away does it take to nearly derail a professional wrestling show? […]
It’s the Royal Rumble, the State of the Union of the WWE! And you know what that means – time to figure out which way the WWE can make itself less palatable to overgrown manchildren who refuse to appreciate that the product isn’t made for them. OR something like that, we’ll just be focusing on the next entrant. […]
TNA offered the former Alberto Del Rio $400,000 to show up at their Manhattan tapings for Destination America. He said “no thanks.” So here’s 10 ways TNA could spend that cash to boost their roster, and make some new stars. […]
Today, we find out who advances to the Super Bowl. We know it won’t be the Detroit Lions, and it’s all thanks to one of pro wrestling’s oldest storylines.
Oh, and spoiler alert? The story’s far from over. […]
Many many things are considered the WrestleMania of ____, but perhaps (outside of the Super Bowl) nothing actually lives up to that description more than New Japan Pro Wrestling’s Wrestle Kingdom, now in its ninth iteration kicking off the year in style at the Tokyo Dome. Was this year able to reach that standard for the first time as an English language simulcast? And more importantly, was it enough to keep my NJPW World subscription? (Spoiler alert: abso-fucking-lutely.) […]