In keeping with long-standing Money in the Bank go-home-show tradition, this week’s Raw starts with all of the brand’s participants in Sunday’s Money in the…
Given the match after it, it seems unlikely that the show’s opening “promo” — it was literally just Braun Strowman Braun-ing it up with the…
I say this as a very faithful subject of The Queendom: When HHH isn’t around to be King Dick of Shithead Mountain, Stephanie McMahon‘s “I hate…
The absence of guys like John Cena and Randy Orton has some WWE fans calling for main events, featuring the stars of yesterday. But that’d be a huge mistake; a missed opportunity at building new stars in favor of recycled nostalgia.
Here’s a card that makes the most of the roster, highlights fresh faces, and invests in the future of the WWE.
Well, you’ve got your new top heel. Unfortunately, it’s the one absolutely nobody wanted.
Dean rides the train, Cesaro takes the loss and Rock steals the show. Raw Regurgitated, on the internet, just for you.
Tonight, the WWE Superstars walk into a Battleground, and some of the potential outcomes are already making Andy angry.
Jeff Jarrett’s new fed, WWE’s new faces, and the ultimate farewell. Here’s what’s making Andy angry.
WWE has hit the post-Wrestlemania reset button, and it’s looking pretty good. If they keep this up, it will be the end of “Angry” Andy.
This week: How will NXT celebrate it’s landmark 200th episode?