The NXT TakeOver will be hosted by the black and gold brand on 13th June, with the In Your House theme returning for a second year.
Justin and Heather sit down to watch a very positive pay-per-view despite the state of ECW at the time in the latest 3 Beers Deep podcast.
In this week’s edition of The Sue Plex Podcast, Sarah sits down with Dave Bradshaw who has made a name for himself as one of the top wrestling commentators in Europe.
Another title defence has been confirmed for WWE WrestleMania Backlash, bringing the total up to four so far.
We can certainly get excited for tonight’s throwback edition of WWE SmackDown now, as the intro video has exactly the music and feel it needs!
The list of stars Paul Heyman has managed is somewhat of a who’s who in professional wrestling, but it took something special in the form of Roman Reigns to get him back in front of the camera.
As well as expanding the division recently with the likes of Rachael Ellering and the returning Taylor Wilde, Impact Wrestling have also re-signed one of their top Knockouts.
It would seem WWE ars considering moving SummerSlam earlier than usual so it can coincide with the return of their live events.
Dean and Liam are joined by Chris Brooker as they take a look at Starrcade 1992 on the latest Because WCW podcast.
Justin and Heather finish their look at In Your House: Good Friends, Better Enemies in the latest 3 Beers Deep podcast.
A stacked AEW Dynamite next week will see three title contests, as well as finding out who will face World Champion ‘The Cleaner’ Kenny Omega at Double Or Nothing 202
The Blood And Guts match on last night’s AEW Dynamite was everything we expected and more, including some crazy moments and a shocking ending.
They may be a new team, but it would seem WWE have got plans to keep Randy Orton and Riddle together for an extended period of time.
NXT have already stacked the lineup for next week’s episode, with two title matches among the four matches they’ve confirmed.
Major changes were made to this weekend’s Dontaku day two card, and NJPW have announced that this was due to two wrestlers receiving a positive COVID-19 test.