Category: Wrestling


This Might Be Why Baron Corbin Lost His Money in the Bank Chance in Embarrassing Fashion

Baron Corbin seemed destined for a successful career after he first made his debut on the WWE main roster by winning the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 32. He was everything that the WWE usually loves in a wrestler — he’s big (6’8″), strong, and makes a pretty obnoxious heel. All signs pointed to a big push in Corbin’s future. read more


Chris Jericho on Conor McGregor Eventually Coming to WWE: “It’s a No-Brainer”

Conor McGregor may have lost the “superfight” with Floyd Mayweather, but in the process he also made more than enough money to never have to work again if he doesn’t want to. He has suggested he will go back to the UFC and defend the lightweight title, but nothing has been confirmed. In reality, his next move is completely up in the air. It’s entirely possible he will never fight again. read more


WATCH: Official Trailer For Ted DiBiase Documentary “The Price of Fame”

“The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase is one of the best heels in wrestling history. DiBiase (along with Ric Flair) was the picture perfect rich and cocky character, looking down upon the peasants in the audience. Although he won a few dozen different championships in his career, the fact that DiBiase never won the WWF World Championship is something we consider to be one of the biggest travesties in wrestling history. read more


Kenny Omega Says He is Trying To Wrestle Safer After Multiple Serious Injuries in NJPW

While the WWE has quite famously dialed back their wrestling style, basically eliminating things like chairshots to the head, blood of any kind, and even a handful of moves that target the head (like the piledriver, for example). With concussions a heavy talking point in all sports these days, it was probably a smart move by the WWE — both to protect their athletes, but also to limit their own legal liability. read more