WWE Women’s Division Takes More Hits From Releases

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Once again, the scythe has fallen over World Wrestling Entertainment’s roster of pro wrestling talent, and once again the cuts come as a shock to fans and industry watchers. The list of released talent reads: Keith Lee, Mia Yim, Nia Jax, Harry Smith, Karrion Kross, Scarlett, Ember Moon, Eva Marie, Franky Monet, B-Fab, Gran Metalik, […] READ MORE


WWE Matches of the Month: October 2021

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Every month, our own Scott Edwards compiles his own list of the best WWE matches of the month. From Raw, SmackDown, and NXT, the options are seemingly endless. The matches will include ones you may not think about as well as ones you hear about on social media as soon as they finish. PPV or […] READ MORE


What’s Next for Bianca Belair?

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Throughout 2021, Bianca Belair has been one of the standout stars; a true gem of this “new era” of WWE being touted by the company itself. At WrestleMania 37, she made history and became one of only five women (Sasha Banks, Charlotte Flair, Ronda Rousey and Becky Lynch round off the list) in WWE history […] READ MORE




2021 Draft Takes Effect on SmackDown

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WWE’s latest draft sent some of Friday Night SmackDown’s biggest stars-Seth Rollins, Edge, Bianca Belair, Becky Lynch-to Monday Night Raw. However, in return the “blue brand” received some WWE universe fan favorites and NXT talent making their main roster debut. Both newly  minted and familiar WWE superstars mixed it up on the October 22 SmackDown […] READ MORE


Banks vs Lynch: What the WWE Women’s Division Needed

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Dark Side of the Ring’s October 14 episode chronicled the troubled life of former WWE, Extreme Championship Wrestling, et al. performer Luna Vachon. A talented in-ring worker with a unique, edgy persona, Vachon’s career never reached the heights her talent merited partially because of profound struggles with mental illness and substance abuse. However, the limitations […] READ MORE



Supersized SmackDown Goes Head to Head With AEW Rampage

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The paradigm has shifted. World Wrestling Entertainment has finally stopped insisting that All Elite Wrestling is not competition, and are directly competing with the rival promotion on October 15’s edition of Friday Night SmackDown. The “middle child” of WWE television, having launched in 1999, SmackDown was long considered the “B” show to flagship program Monday […] READ MORE