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Daniel Bryan
Last Word Staff - Nov 30, 2020

Daniel Bryan is one of the all-time great professional wrestlers.  There is a case to be made that he is the greatest professional wrestler.  These are bold statements and you are entitled to disagree with the latter, but Bryan deserves these plaudits he is regularly greeted with.  He certainly deserves to be in the discussions […]


Jamie Greer - Jul 5, 2017

The sixth part in our 10-part series looking at 150 Canadian names in pro wrestling, in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday. Part 5 of the Canada 150, an alphabetical listing of Canadians’ impact on pro wrestling from the 1920’s to today. RICK MARTEL Quebec City’s Rick Martel is best remembered as the flamboyant pretty boy […]

Jamie Greer - Jul 2, 2017

The fourth part in our 10-part series looking at 150 Canadian names in pro wrestling, in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday. Part 4 of the Canada 150, an alphabetical listing of Canadians’ impact on pro wrestling from the 1920’s to today. THE GREAT ANTONIO A Croatian who came to Canada (Halifax, Nova Scotia) as a […]

Jamie Greer - Jun 28, 2017

In honour of Canada’s historic 150th birthday, we’re running an 11-part series called “The Canada 150”, looking at the 150 most influential Canadians in pro wrestling history, from wrestlers to announcers, both men and women. Each part will contain a brief look at 15 names, encompassing 150 names altogether. This list will be alphabetical by […]

UFC Hall of Fame
Jamie Greer - Jun 4, 2017

At tonight’s UFC 212 event, it was announced that NJPW legend Kazushi Sakuraba was being inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame. A crowning achievement for the country of Japan (Sakuraba is only the 2nd Japanese fighter to win a title in UFC) and a another nod of respect to the world of professional wrestling. Sakuraba […]

Last Word Staff - May 30, 2017

CMLL is not only the longest wrestling promotion in the world, it is also one of the most important seedlings of luchadores in México. For every luchador in the country, CMLL is the place to be. Not only because of its renowned credentials, but its training style. CMLL scrubs and polishes every luchador that come […]

Jamie Greer - May 19, 2017

Jinder Mahal‘s seeming overnight ascension to the top of the card on Smackdown Live has been a polarizing angle within the WWE Universe. While many have applauded the bravery of WWE Creative for pushing a new star into a fresh new storyline, there are countless more that have decried the move as lacking foresight or backstory, especially […]

Jamie Greer - May 13, 2017

The countdown to the first Pro Wrestling World Cup, sponsored by WCPW from the UK, continues to move closer to the tournament’s final rounds, but we still have a few qualifiers left to sort out the final entrants. This Sunday, Toronto, Ontario, Canada is the site of the Canadian qualifiers for the World Cup, put on […]

Jamie Greer - Apr 11, 2017

Tonight’s edition of Smackdown Live concluded a 48-hour exodus of WWE Superstars – the WWE Superstar Shake Up – jumping brands that began shortly before last night’s Monday Night Raw began. Originally announced last week by Vince McMahon, many expected something akin to previous Brand Drafts or trading between GM’s Raw’s Kurt Angle and Smackdown Live‘s Daniel Bryan, but in reality that wouldn’t have made as […]

Jamie Greer - Apr 3, 2017

While in recent years the Grandest Stage of Them All, WrestleMania, has become more of a celebratory staff party in the ring that pays tribute to WWE’s past and present all at once, the following night’s Monday Night Raw has become the most must-see TV for WWE of the year. With the brand draft and Smackdown Live airing live as […]

Jamie Greer - Mar 16, 2017

The Showcase of the Immortals. The Grandest Stage of Them All. The Super Bowl of Professional Wrestling. No matter what you call it, WrestleMania has become a part of professional wrestling’s very fabric, not just in the WWE, but around the globe. For a week leading up to it, the WWE takes over the host […]

Jamie Greer - Mar 8, 2017

  When Antonio Inoki split from his partnership with the late, legendary Giant Baba and the Japanese Pro Wrestling Alliance, few likely could have imagined the juggernaut he was going to create shortly afterward. While Baba went on to form All Japan Pro Wrestling,  Inoki launched New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) on March 6, 1972. Forty […]

Jamie Greer - Dec 13, 2016

Last night on Monday Night Raw, The New Day – all three members consisting of Big E, Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods – emerged victorious from two triple threat matches (thanks to Stephanie McMahon), defeating Karl Anderson & Luke Gallows, Sheamus & Cesaro, Kevin Owens & Chris Jericho and Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns to […]

Ryan Smith - Aug 29, 2016

John Cena, Sting, and Finn Bálor have all been injured in matches with Seth Rollins. Is he careless? Is Seth Rollins dangerous to other wrestlers?

Jamie Greer - Aug 25, 2016

Thanks in part to the many English and Irish stars who are dominating the WWE landscape, such as Finn Balor, Paige, Becky Lynch, Neville, and Sheamus, to the rise in UK promotions like Progress, Revolution Pro and the brilliant upstart What Culture Pro Wrestling (WCPW), to the domination of such British indy darlings like England’s […]

Rich Iaconi - Aug 22, 2016

Less than 24 hours removed from being crowned the first ever WWE Universal champion, Finn Bálor was forced to relinquish the title at the beginning of Monday Night RAW due to injury. Amid speculation that he was injured during his match with Seth Rollins, RAW general manager Mick Foley tweeted out confirming rumors that circulated the internet […]



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