Becky Lynch has been "fined" $10,000 by WWE for hitting a referee with a steel chair on Sunday night.
There's talk that Kevin Owens will be on NXT next week following his "firing." KO has added fuel to those rumors via a short tweet.
To say that this week's episode of SmackDown Live didn't go as planned for WWE would be a massive understatement.
If a recent report is true and the storyline of Kevin Owens being fired leads to where some think it will, Kevin Owens is apparently heading back to NXT.
Kevin Owens could have had his $100,000 fine rescinded on SmackDown Live. Instead, the show went off the air with him being fired by Shane McMahon.
Commissioner Shane McMahon hasn't been seen on SmackDown Live over the past few weeks, and it's left the WWE Universe wondering why.
Fans are asking why Kevin Owens didn't pin Elias on SmackDown. The Prizefighter has offered up an explanation.
Former WWE writer Vince Russo hasn't been shy in voicing his criticism of the current product, but one current superstar has caught his eye as of late.
For the first time in four years, WWE is bringing back the legendary King of the Ring tournament - where 16 superstars will take part in a single-knockout competition until a winner is decided.
WWE legend "Stone Cold" Steve Austin definitely approves of Kevin Owens using his Stunner, but he doesn't reckon he's perfected it yet.
There has been plenty of criticism aimed at Vince McMahon and the WWE creative team in recent months, due to a series of dull and questionable storylines and lackluster feuds between superstars.
Kevin Owens is being pushed as a major babyface on SmackDown Live - and he's been carrying out many of the same qualities as Hall of Famer 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin.
Kevin Owens almost turned babyface early in 2019, but WWE needed a heel to battle Kofi Kingston and quickly turned him by having him betray New Day. WWE finished that feud and brought back Dolph Ziggl...
Hulk Hogan made an appearance at this week's Monday Night Raw reunion special, giving the WWE Hall of Famer another chance to get another look at some of the company's top young stars.
Not only is Kevin Owens just beginning a massive main event babyface run, but WWE is also giving him the freedom and power to do something that very few superstars ever receive.
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...