Former WWE superstars Christian and Edge weirdly discussed the sweatiest wrestlers they've had to work with during their time with the company.
AEW has already landed a handful of marquee superstars who used to work in WWE, including Chris Jericho, Cody and Jon Moxley (formerly Dean Ambrose), and they seem bent on recruiting more of Vince McM...
The Undertaker took his undead gimmick to the next level at Elimination Chamber 2010 when his pyro accidentally set him on fire.
Velveteen Dream sprung to the defense of Vince McMahon earlier this week, pinning the blame for WWE's lackluster creative on the Superstars.
Former WWE Diva Melina Perez has opened up on the struggles she faced during her time with the company.
WWE superstar Rey Mysterio has had his say on startup promotion All Elite Wrestling, revealing he's all for the competition within the industry.
Every time an NBA, NFL, MLB or NHL team wins the league championship, Triple H generously awards the winning club a WWE title belt.
Goldberg returned to the WWE ring for the first time in two years at Super ShowDown last Friday, where he lost to The Undertaker via pinfall.
WWE just posted a video talking about Cardi B's love for WWE and how it turned into a possible collaboration for SummerSlam.
Tickets went on sale Friday morning for AEW's August pay-per-view All Out. The event sold out in less than 15 minutes.
We are thoroughly enjoying Kofi Kingston's run as WWE Champion, but we live in fear of it ending at the hands of Shane McMahon.
AEW has revealed that Jon Moxley versus Kenny Omega will happen, and it will happen on August 31, 2019, at All Out.
Ric Flair has apologized to fellow WWE legend Shawn Michaels after calling him out for comments he made on an ESPN 30 for 30 show.
Rumors and speculation are that AEW might be building toward a CM Punk appearance at All Out. If you believe Punk's twitter, expect to be let down.
Rumors surfaced after the poorly-received Goldberg vs. Undertaker match at Super ShowDown that the two Superstars got into a shouting match. Apparently, that is not true.
It's no secret that there are a handful of disgruntled WWE superstars that have been looking to leave the company for a while now.
SmackDown Live will be making its big-money move to Fox later this year, and we got our first peek and what the show will look like courtesy of an advert.