Despite the popularity of The Fiend and his inability to be stopped, WWE has decided not to have him defend his championship at TLC. In fact, he won't be wrestling at all despite the fact his alter-ego has taken aim at and challenged The Miz.
After publicly requesting his release then bashing WWE for saying contract issues should be handled behind closed doors, Oney Lorcan is apparently staying in WWE.
In an era that often doesn’t have clearcut heels and babyfaces, it appears WWE has decided to turn one of the more obvious heels into someone fans will cheer.
Chris Jericho’s Lexicon of Le Champion promo is getting rave reviews by fans but what they may not have noticed were all the little nuggets hidden within it.
Apparently, even though TLC is only days away from taking place, there is a reason WWE has only announced one or two matches for the card. It’s a plan the company might implement moving forward.
Jim Ross recently discussed WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair and former SmackDown executive director Eric Bischoff getting to a scuffle backstage 16 years ago.
WWE hasn't confirmed any matches yet for the Dec. 15 TLC pay-per-view in Minneapolis, Minnesota, but we do have a firm idea for what the card will look like.
On this week's episode of the Smart Marks of Wrestling podcast we talk the news of the week in WWE and AEW but wonder where the TLC card is?
After being told he couldn't have The Undertaker, and hitting a brick wall when trying to book Vince McMahon, Conrad Thompson tried to book his brother for Starrcast.
Kofi Kingston has won just about everything there is for him to win in WWE apart from the King of the Ring crown, and there's very good reason for that.
WWE has officially announced a change to the Raw announce team as one member of the commentator crew is gone, headed back to pursue a wrestling career.
Mary Scurll is about to become a free agent, and it would appear that both NXT and AEW are competing for his signature.
The numbers for week ten of the Wednesday Night War are in and the margin is so fine that the high numbers both shows achieved should be considered a win for wrestling.
WWE has been toying with the idea of tiered experience on WWE Network with different price levels. The free version already launched.
Former WWE announcer Jim Ross has revealed how much he and Jerry Lawler got paid to call XFL games.