To end Extreme Rules, Brock Lesnar cashed in his Money in the Bank briefcase and won the Universal Title for the third time.
WWE ran an ad for what it has dubbed "the biggest reunion in Monday night Raw history" and we don't have long to wait for it.
WWE did not wait long for a title to change hands at Extreme Rules, having a big switch take place during the PPV's kickoff show.
The emergence of All Elite Wrestling is already creating a positive change in the wrestling industry. WWE is no longer the only wrestling promotion with a national television deal and financial backin...
Every wrestler joining WWE has the same dream of rising the ranks into a top spot as a main eventer. They have their eyes on the prize(s): headlining WrestleMania, winning world titles and making the ...
Chris Jericho spoke with media after AEW's presentation of Fight for the Fallen and said it was liberating cutting an unscripted promo, something he hasn't done in 20 years.
All Elite Wrestling CEO Tony Khan has revealed that popular (and controversial) cartoon South Park was behind the staging setup at Fight for the Fallen on Saturday night.
Last week, WWE teased a potential dream match between Sting and The Undertaker - leading some to wonder if the former is about to make an unlikely return to wrestling.
Jim Ross has shared his opinion as it relates to wrestlers taking steroids.
The WWE Championship is the most prestigious title in all of wrestling. Having been around since 1963, it has a lineage and legacy that is unmatched. Some of the greatest wrestlers of all time have he...
Kevin Owens wasn't added to the Extreme Rules card as of Sunday morning, and if SmackDown Live commissioner Shane McMahon has it his way, the former Universal Champion won't be seen in Philadelphia to...
Becky Lynch says her tryout for WWE was not as good as we'd have probably expected. In fact, it was "absolutely awful".
Kenny Omega wrestled his third AEW match at Fight for the Fallen, and shockingly, it was his first singles win for the promotion.
All Elite Wrestling senior advisor and commentator Jim Ross doesn't think his new employers can catch up to his old ones anytime soon.