NXT is ready for a TAKEOVER. While two or three matches can’t possibly miss, the rest have the potential to make 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, 2/12-2/14, WWE has a beautiful gift for its valentines this year. Cesaro gets a very big, very clean win… over your WWE World Heavyweight Champion.
For every Wrestler of the Week, there are performers who came before or after them that either learned from their work or influenced it. As a recurring bit of the festivities, we’ll be looking at some of those performers and how their work fares relative to our Wrestler of the Week. This week, it’s Davey Boy Smith, Rey Mysterio, and Magnus.
We began the Road to WrestleMania last night, and while some in attendance may have went into business for itself, so did the WWE.
Tonight is WWE’s Royal Rumble PPV, where John Cena will face off against Randy Orton in a WWE World Heavyweight Title Unification rematch to see who will (probably) face the winner of tonight’s main event, the Royal Rumble Match. What’s the Worst That Could Happen?
It’s Headlock’d! The show that takes everything you loved about the past week in the WWE and throws it over the top faster than Santino. In this episode, it’s the Clusterfunk of the year, and we take a look at who’s going “way over the top”…see what we did there?
This week, Andy enjoys SmackDown!, loves Superstars Summer Rae and tolerates 3MB.
Things happen, people get angry and Daniel Bryan gets punched directly in the crotch. But this time, literally. Raw Regurgitated, on the internet, just for you.
In the first step towards the unification of every single belt in the wrestling universe, Sunday night’s TLC PPV featured Kofi-Miz using the pre-show experts panel the way God intended, two separate 1-on-3 handicap matches and a titular title match for the new created WWEWHC 2.0 Super Belt.