WWE is playing a dangerous game with its fans.
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WWE’s Jason Jordan, whose real name is Nathan Everhart, was ranked in the top 15 in the nation for three consecutive years at the University of Indiana.
Like many of the great wrestlers to come out of England, Les Thornton earned his stripes at the Snake Pit in Wigan, a legendary training facil…
Kia Stevens, best known for her run with TNA Impact as monster heel Awesome Kong, is now devoting her time to working on the Nexflix series “GLOW” (Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling), based on the popular 1980s all-women wrestling promotion.
Raw lead play-by-play man Michael Cole worked as a news broadcaster for CBS radio before joining WWE in 1997.
Becky Lynch vs. Ronda Rousey is the showdown the fans want, and to ignore their wishes would run counter to WWE's recent promise to listen to its followers and “shake things up.”
Jeanie Clarke is the former wife of “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and valet known in WCW as Lady Blossom.
WWE women’s star Bayley drew her inspiration from “Macho Man” Randy Savage.
I still remember what Finn Balor told me the first time I talked to him.
Okerlund passed away on Jan. 2 at the age of 76, leaving behind a flood of memories and special moments that he helped create during his five decades in the wrestling business.
Tenay, 64, affectionately known as “The Professor,” worked for WCW from 1994-2001 and for TNA from 2002-15.
Among those in attendance were fellow Riott Squad members Ruby Riott and Liv Morgan.
One of the most entertaining acts in WWE, New Day have become a fan favorite and brought a revolution to tag-team wrestling.
“Mean Gene” Okerlund, one of the most iconic announcers in pro wrestling history, passed away Wednesday at the age of 76.
It’s an appropriate time to reflect upon some of the pro wrestling personalities who passed away in 2018.