The Last Real Stars of WWE: John Cena and Randy Orton

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The last “Real Stars” of the WWE are John Cena and Randy Orton. After Raw Reunion this past Monday and SmackDown LIVE involved the announcement of the WWE Championship, that became incredibly clear. WWE has the most talent signed to their company than they ever have. That is a fact. The in-ring aspect is at […] READ MORE


Adam Cole and Johnny Gargano Set for Just Fifth “Three Stages of Hell” Match in WWE History

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Stipulation/gimmick matches in wrestling have been around almost since the dawn of the industry itself. Some have even risen to such popularity there are entire PPVs dedicated to them (I’m talking to you Hell in a Cell, Royal Rumble, World War 3, Lethal Lockdown, TLC, Elimination Chamber, War Games, Battle Bowl, etc.). But for others, they […] 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


If Wrestlers Played Other Sports

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Now, we know what you’re thinking, and yes, wrestlers have played other sports. There’s The Rock with his college football career, CM Punk and his on/off love affair with MMA, and, of course, Macho Man Randy Savage and his early life spent in Minor League Baseball. That’s all well and good, but what we’re talking […] READ MORE


“It Was Me Austin!”: Ministry of Darkness Grand Reveal 20 Years Later

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“It’s me Austin! It’s me Austin! It was me all along, Austin! You all bought it!” Vince McMahon yelled this through the arena as he revealed himself as the Undertaker’s Higher Power as a part of the Ministry of Darkness and Corporate Ministry angle, 20 years ago today. Following almost a year of buildup, the Ministry […] READ MORE


WWE Partnering with A&E Network “Biography” to Produce Documentaries on Five Legendary Hall of Famers

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With WrestleMania Week fully upon us and all the buzz associated with it, WWE made an announcement today that they would be partnering with A&E Network to produce five, original two-hour documentaries on five of the most iconic superstars of all-time: “Macho Man” Randy Savage, “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, Booker T, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and […] READ MORE


Save The Last Dance For Me: Wrestling Legends Final Dance Partners

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The announcement that WWE Hall of Famer and 12x World Champion (13 if you include the IWGP Second Belt) Kurt Angle would have his retirement match at WrestleMania 35 had many fans salivating at the thought of Angle’s final opponent of a legendary career – names like John Cena, Shelton Benjamin, AJ Styles. But on […] READ MORE


Ronda Rousey Has Become The Bret Hart To Becky’s Stone Cold

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Ronda Rousey has had a longstanding connection with the Hart Family. One of the wrestling world’s most famous wrestling families has been connected to the former UFC Champion’s wrestling career from the start. One of her mentors and allies was Rowdy Roddy Piper. Although billed from Scotland, he was actually from Saskatoon in the Prairies […] READ MORE


Going the Distance: Winning the Royal Rumble From The Starting Duo

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As the Royal Rumble approaches, we are reminded of Rumbles past. 2019 will be the 32nd event in its history. In total, over 230 Superstars have competed in what we now call the men’s Royal Rumble. And of 32 Rumble matches, four specific winners have etched their names into history. Those men are Shawn Michaels, […] READ MORE


15 Years Ago Today: “Stone Cold” Steve Austin Retires (VIDEOS)

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While some professional wrestlers have lengthy careers to cement their legacy in the annals of wrestling lore, such as Lou Thesz, Mae Young or Ric Flair, some have made huge impacts in shorter times. One such case could be made for the character of “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, easily one of the WWE’s most popular […] READ MORE