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.
Where are they now?
Charlotte Flair is the daughter of 16-time world heavyweight champion Ric Flair.
Former WWE and ECW star Justin Credible, who has had a history of substance abuse issues, was arrested on Dec. 4 for the third time this year.
It’s an appropriate time to reflect upon some of the pro wrestling personalities who passed away in 2018.
Larry “The Axe” Hennig, who seemed aptly nicknamed because the grizzled grappler could have just as easily passed for a powerful lumberjack, passed away on Dec. 6.
“Imitated by an entire generation of wrestlers. The intensity and the anger yet snap and precision he wrestled with. A blessing and a curse.” – Fan Joe Dobrowski
President Bush might have been the most sporting president in U.S. history, and wrestling was among his long list of pastimes.
While many current fans of the wrestling business might not know of Buddy Colt or only heard the name, he was a bona fide star attraction during the ‘60s and ‘70s, and just might have been the greatest performer to have never held the world heavyweight title.
WWE is realizing the women’s division just might be the best thing going, at least in terms of rapid momentum.
The WWE women’s division continues to gain momentum at breakneck speed, with Becky Lynch leading the charge since turning heel three months ago at Summer Slam.
Jose “El Gran” Lothario, one of the top territory performers during the 1960s and ‘70s, passed away last week at the age of 83.
Dennis Condrey, an original member of The Midnight Express, one of the most celebrated tag teams on the ‘80s, will make his first appearance in several years at the Nashville Comic Con on Dec. 8-9.
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