On April 5, 2009, Michael Hickenbottom and Mark Calaway produced a match that a generation of wrestling fans look to as the capstone of their fandom.
WWE announces their first foray with an all women’s pay-per-view event.
The days of WWE having exclusive rights to Madison Square Garden are over.
Hulk Hogan is back in the WWE, and honestly, I don’t know how I feel about it.
Brock Lesnar is once again the life of the party when it comes to professional wrestling and mixed martial arts.
NORTH SHORE RUMBLE – 30 WRESTLERS – 1 WINNER -BEVERLY, MASSACHUSETTS, June 2, 2018 – ElkMania presents the North Shore Rumble on Saturday, June 2, 2018, at the Beverly/Salem Lodge of Elks, 39 Bow St, Beverly, MA. This event promises to be an action-packed night… Read More ›
The critically acclaimed HBO series Legendary Nights tells the story surrounding thirteen of the most unforgettable bouts in the modern era of boxing. If professional wrestling were to produce an equivalent series, there is no doubt Bret Hart vs. British… Read More ›
WWE announced earlier today that Ronda Rousey will challenge Nia Jax for the Raw Women’s Championship at Money in the Bank (MITB) on June 17 in Chicago. This will be Rousey’s second televised match and her first singles outing.