Category: Wrestling


WATCH: Cesaro Gets His Teeth Knocked Out, Continues ‘No Mercy’ Match Anwyay

On Sunday night at No Mercy, the Raw Tag Team titles were on the line in a match between champions (and reunited Shield members) Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins and challengers (and former champs) Cesaro and Sheamus. The Swiss Superman and the Celtic Warrior failed to recapture the titles, but Cesaro also left No Mercy missing major portions of his front teeth after a spot went wrong. read more


Ring of Honor Wants to Book “Bryan Danielson” When His WWE Contract Expires

The exact medical situation of former WWE champion Daniel Bryan is anything but clear. He has claimed on multiple occasions that he is healthy enough to compete in the ring, but WWE doctors refuse to clear him after he suffered multiple concussions over the course of his career. All that eventually led to a tearful retirement speech on Raw and then a role for Bryan as the General Manager of SmackDown Live. read more


Chris Jericho: “Bobby Heenan Might Be The Greatest All-Around Performer in Wrestling History”

The wrestling world poured out many a tribute this week after Bobby “The Brain” Heenan passed away on the weekend. Everyone from fans, former wrestlers, and current WWE superstars took to social media to express their fondest memories of the man known as “The Weasel.” A touching tribute video even aired on Raw, featuring plenty of classic moments between Heenan and his commentary partner, Gorilla Monsoon. read more


The “Global Force Wrestling” Branding May Be Getting Shelved by Impact

It wasn’t that long ago that Anthem, the company that ended up owning TNA Wrestling after a strange power struggle that included former Smashing Pumpkins lead singer Billy Corgan, announced they were not only getting rid of the immature “TNA” moniker (which technically stood for Total Nonstop Action) and adopting the new moniker of Global Force Wrestling (GFW). read more


Samoa Joe Has a Surprisingly Sensible Opinion on Brock Lesnar’s Part-Time Schedule

Brock Lesnar currently has a sweet deal with the WWE. He makes millions of dollars a year, but only has to show up a couple of times a month. He has to actually wrestle even less, usually only at major PPV shows or specially advertised appearances on Raw (plus the odd house show at places like Madison Square Garden). And his exclusive contract doesn’t even stop him from doing whatever else he might want, like show up at UFC 200 to battle Mark Hunt. read more