Thanks to the internet (namely social media) and wrestling insiders, it's easy for WWE fans to know which superstars are unhappy, and which ones could be leaving in short time. And with the rival AEW ...
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There are currently six matches on the card for Survivor Series, but some of the top WWE talents continue to await news on who their opponents will be.
Samir Singh defeated R-Truth to become the new 24/7 Champion at the Crown Jewel pay-per-view on Oct. 31, and he has retained the title belt ever since.
The Survivor Series pay-per-view is just 10 days away, but we're still waiting to find out who Bray Wyatt will defend his Universal Championship against.
The 2019 Survivor Series pay-per-view is less than two weeks away, and with NXT talents on the card, it figures to be one of the chronology's better shows in recent memory.
Disgruntled WWE superstars who've requested to be released from the company haven't had any luck so far.
Sasha Banks and Bayley have developed an extremely close friendship ever since they began working together in NXT, and WWE has gone against the idea of splitting the duo up.
It's been 10 months since John Cena last wrestled a match, and we've only seen him a handful of times this year on WWE programming.
We've seen Paul Heyman push several superstars over his first four months as the Executive Director of Monday Night Raw.
Lana's betrayal of husband Rusev has been one of the more polarizing WWE storylines in recent memory.
The WWE Universe hasn't heard from Shane McMahon much ever since he lost a "You're Fired" ladder match to Kevin Owens on the Oct. 4 episode of SmackDown Live.
WWE hired Eric Bischoff to take over as the new Executive Director of SmackDown Live at the end of June, while Paul Heyman was assigned the same role for Monday Night Raw.
It's safe to say that things couldn't have gone much better for Chris Jericho and AEW through the first six weeks of the "Wednesday Night Wars."
The 2019 Survivor Series pay-per-view is still two weeks away, but the WWE production team made a noticeable mistake during this week's SmackDown taping in Manchester.
The Raw tapings in Manchester will be aired on Monday, and fans will be in for quite the surprise when they turn on their television sets.
Dolph Ziggler hasn't held back in voicing his disappointment and frustrations over the years in WWE, and it's unknown how much longer he'll go for in the ring.