AEW Owner Tony Khan has discussed his hands-off approach to how Chris Jericho’s appearance on the Stone Cold Sessions has been produced, as well as how Mike Tyson’s return to the company came about.
The pre-show for night one of NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver will now feature a huge women’s match.
It has been confirmed when Kazuchika Okada will get his shot at the new unified IWGP World Heavyweight Championship, although ‘The Rainmaker’ isn’t first in line for a shot.
Dean and Liam take a look at the aftermath of Great American Bash 1996, where The Outsiders attacked Eric Bischoff, in the latest Because WCW Nitro watchalong.
Lewis and Jason examine the stars who have moved from wrestling to MMA and vice versa in the latest Shoot The Work podcast.
Bea Priestley has announced that she has competed in her final match for Stardom and will also be leaving Japan, begging the question whether she has been signed elsewhere.
It seems we could be in for an additional celebrity alongside William Shatner in the WWE Hall Of Fame this year.
The Hot Tag Wrestling crew take a closer look at next Wednesday and Thursday’s NXT TakeOver Stand And Deliver in their latest podcast.
It may be not be the clearest video, but we have our first look inside the Raymond James Stadium where production has begun ahead of WWE WrestleMania 37.
In a move away from tradition, the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royale will now take place the night before WrestleMania, with the 22 competitors for the match confirmed.
It seems as if we will see Taya Valkyrie on NXT very soon, and the segments to seemingly introduce her were… unique.
‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin has compared presenting the Broken Skull Sessions with running his own podcast, and commented on the likelihood of his podcast returning.
According to The Bella Twins, they were forced to significantly reduce the time of their planned speech at the tapings for this year’s WWE Hall Of Fame ceremony.
An iconic WrestleMania 22 match will be the focus of a new episode of WWE Playback which is being released next Tuesday.
‘The Wildcat’ Chris Harris returned to Impact Wrestling to reunite with ‘The Cowboy’ James Storm on the day of his 1,000th match for the company.