Ronda Rousey had quite a run for WWE from WrestleMania 34 to WrestleMania 35, including a lengthy run as Raw Women’s Champion and two PPV main events (one of which came at WrestleMania). Rousey has be...
Many WWE superstars also find great success outside of the ring, including in the movie industry or as a professional athlete.
The 2019 TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs pay-per-view is less than two weeks away now, and WWE little time remaining to start building up for the big show in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Every pro-wrestling fans would expect a decent back & forth match from the wrestlers when they step inside the ring. But sometimes they would be in for a surprise by having to witness either a sur...
The Animal, Bautista, made the decision to hang up his boots earlier this year after facing Triple H at WrestleMania 35, leaving behind an incredible legacy. As a future Hall Of Famer, Bautista managed to achieve everything there is to do in WWE.
The run of Ultimate Warrior featured many ups and downs throughout his entire wrestling career. Warrior became a legend for WWE in the 80s due to his unique presentation. No other wrestler had a look ...
Tomasso Ciampa revealed that he would ask to be a trainer or a coach if WWE ever tries to move him to Raw or SmackDown, and he is being deadly serious.
If it's a shot at anyone, it's probably AEW and not Joey Janela personally, but Rusev's new nickname, one he was given at Starrcade can't be a coincidence.
It would be nice to believe WWE has finally settled into their rosters on each respective brand, but speculation is that's far from the case.
Kevin Owens was a guest on After the Bell with Corey Graves and as the two talked about his use of the Stunner, Owens shared an interesting story.
This week's episode of SmackDown Live was highlighted by Bray Wyatt attacking Daniel Bryan once again, but there were a couple of other key segments that could change the the long-term outlook of the show.
Daniel Bryan is one of the greatest wrestlers of all time. He is technically sound, being able to put on fantastic wrestling matches with anyone, but he is also fantastic on the microphone and at building a character.
Replicas of The Fiend's limited edition Universal Title are for sale on WWE Shop, and it'll cost fans $6500 if they want one. Here's why they are so expensive.
Wrestlers that choose to use a nickname or perform under a pseudonym during their careers is nothing new, and really quite common in the world of sports entertainment. Casual wrestling fans undoubtedl...