The Buildup The buildup for this match has been interesting, at best. Not one of the six men challenging Kevin Owens for the Intercontinental Championship…
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.
Last night, NXT took over Brooklyn. It was a great show, with a great crowd… and Nick and Andy were there, live.
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, Andy was SO Angry … we had to help him explain himself.
It’s #BatistaWeek, the eighteenth installment of our (patent-pending) Juice Make Sugar Wrestler of the Week series. Our Andy will spotlight a wrestler on the independent scene with some sort of connection to this week’s entry. This time, it’s The Big O. No, not Overstock.com
Just like the Oscars, sometimes certain Slammys aren’t deemed important enough to make it to television. Unlike the Oscars, sometimes certain awards aren’t deemed important enough to make it onto WWE.com. Because Headlock’d leaves no stone unturned, we have the script for the award show that shines a light on the unsung heroes of the WWE: The Supplementary Slammys!
Breaking down the Brodus Clay-Xavier Woods feud and remodeling the Midcard help soothe Any when he’s Angry.
Heyman proposes to Ryback, Triple H proposes to the Rhodes family and everybody looks good doing it. Raw Regurgitated on the internet. Just for you!
It’s Day Three of #AntonioCesaroWeek, a celebration of all things Very European/Real American and the second installment of our patent-pending Juice Make Sugar Wrestler of the Week series. Today, we’re marching through Hump Day with an GIF parade.