Sasha Banks and Bianca Belair Win Espy

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Sasha Banks and Bianca Belair made World Wrestling Entertainment, and sports entertainment history at WrestleMania 37. The “EST” and the “Boss” were the first African-Americans to jointly headline a main event WrestleMania match. Their game-changing match was awarded an Espy on July 10 for Best WWE Moment. Banks celebrated the joint win, and teased her […] READ MORE



Art Barr: A Supernova in Pro Wrestling (VIDEOS)

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Professional wrestling is full of tragic stories of wrestlers with great promise who have died far too young – David Von Erich, Gino Hernandez, Owen Hart, and many more have seen their careers cut short due to accidental death. But for most, they had at least reached a level of national prominence that fans around […] READ MORE




Indie Watch: The Velocities (Jude London & Paris De Silva)

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Indie Watch is our regular series that looks at amazing talents working the independent circuits around the world. Some are veterans revitalising their careers. Some are indie prospects hitting their peaks. Others are names to be on the watch for! This edition looks at two of the fastest tag team competitors coming out of Australia, […] READ MORE


Report: Aussie Star Indi Hartwell Signs With WWE

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As first broken by Squared Circle Sirens on their Patreon site, Australian indie star Indi Hartwell has signed with the WWE to a developmental deal and is expected to join the WWE Performance Center next month. Over the course of just a few short years in the wrestling business, Melbourne’s Indi Hartwell has made waves. […] READ MORE


The 30 Greatest Matches in WWE SummerSlam History

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SummerSlam is coming this Sunday live from Toronto, Canada and is sure to be one hell of a show. For a long time, SummerSlam has been seen as the second biggest show of the year when it comes to WWE, with WrestleMania, of course, being top dog. The “Biggest Party of the Summer” has seen […] READ MORE


15 Years Later: JBL’s Rise to the WWE Main Event

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For a very long time, John Layfield was known in wrestling as simply, Bradshaw. Then in 2004 when the APA finally ended as Ron Simmons disappeared from WWE TV, Bradshaw got his chance. He would be rebranded as John “Bradshaw” Layfield, the character that would lead him to main event glory as a part of […] READ MORE