Is PWG Falling Behind in the Industry?

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For many indie purists who have been following the rise of indie wrestling in the United States since the fall of ECW and WCW, the name Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (or more likely, its acronym of PWG) is synonymous with its evolution and growth. Formed in Southern California in 2003 by a group of SoCal indie […] READ MORE


One Year Of The WWE UK Championship: Why WWE Needs To Launch The UK Brand ASAP

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It was a little over a year ago that WWE held it’s historic tournament in Blackpool, England to crown their first ever WWE UK Champion. January 15, 2017 was a night of action, excitement and massive anticipation for what was to come. With outstanding performances from all the talents involved, they did their country proud […] READ MORE


Gifts For The Wrestling Fan Who Has Everything

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It’s that time of year. Gifts are the topic on everyone’s mind, but what do you get for the wrestling fan who has everything? Well, we here at Last Word On Pro Wrestling have a few ideas, from the extremely practical, to the ridiculously absurd. If you’re looking for gifts for someone, and you know […] READ MORE


The Mae Young Classic Final: All You Need To Know

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The inaugural Mae Young Classic has been one of the most anticipated tournaments in the history of the WWE and the results from the viewership numbers indicate it equalled it’s hype – of the Top 10 most watched programs on the WWE Network last week, all eight of the Mae Young Classic’s taped episodes ranked […] READ MORE


Enzo Amore: The Savior 205 Live Needed

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Ever since the WWE launched 205 Live last year following the much heralded Cruiserweight Classic, the internet fan base has lauded the WWE for it’s handling of the Cruiserweight Division. And while some complaints were a tad trivial (i.e. the purple ropes), the feeling was that the division – while stacked with amazing international talent […] READ MORE


32 Teams Who Could Be In A WWE Tag Team Invitational Tournament

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The WWE is riding pretty high on the success of their invitational tournaments on the WWE Network. From last summer’s Cruiserweight Classic to this summer’s Mae Young Classic, both have garnered the company praise from around the world. Even if some of the competitors didn’t work out or get showcased as well after (like CWC […] READ MORE


32-Names Revealed for Mae Young Classic?

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Between the announcement of indie stars in Florida, WWE announcements, and a reveal of four entrants by Jim Ross last night on his podcast (where he revealed that WWE Hall of Famer Alundra Blayze/Madusa would be joining Lita and himself as the other colour commentator on the broadcast team), it would appear that all 32-entrants […] READ MORE


BREAKING: 2 UK Stars Confirmed for Mae Young Classic

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With all the buzz about the indie stars arriving in Florida for their medicals this week, people are chomping at the bit for their official announcement this Thursday, when WWE unveils the full 32-woman brackets for the upcoming Mae Young Classic live on their Facebook page at 6:30pm. BREAKING: 2 UK Stars Confirmed for Mae Young […] READ MORE


Best of WWE June Edition

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This piece is a look at the WWE’s programming with rose-tinted glasses as I aim to focus on the best things WWE produced across their four weekly TV shows as well as Pay-Per-Views. Best of WWE June Edition Extreme Rules (04/06/2017) Match Of The Month: The five-man main event was easily the best match that […] READ MORE