Is AEW Becoming “WWE Lite”?

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One of the problems with professional wrestling is the constant tribalism. Whether it be WWE, AEW, New Japan, or any other promotion, fans will always want to see the opposition fail. This goes for all kinds of entertainment. Marvel and DC Comics are just a key examples of this. In times like these, it is […] READ MORE


Proposed Governmental Ban on Non-Compete Clauses Affects Pro Wrestling

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Joe Biden, Non-Compete Clauses, and WWE US President Joe Biden announced last week his intention to issue an executive order limiting, and in some cases banning, non-compete clauses.  The move could potentially alter the way WWE and other wrestling promotions do business.  Currently, a standard WWE contract contains a 90 day non-compete clause. That means […] READ MORE


Pro Wrestling World Cup: Could It Work?

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Following the final match at the soccer extravaganza, European Cup 2020, the world looks forward to more global sporting events that are about to open their doors. The Olympics 2020 is set to begin in July and 2022 sees the return of the World Cup. These international tournaments/competitions are terrific for gathering crowds and creating […] READ MORE




Best WWE Events of the Pandemic Era

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After almost 18 months of holding shows with no live audience, WWE is finally returning to the road – bringing to end the “Pandemic Era” of piped-in crowd noises, questionable creative writing, and a ton of “can they co-exist?” feuds. Although most of WWE’s product from the Pandemic Era ranges from forgettable to downright bad, […] READ MORE


Another WWE Talent Raid is on the Horizon

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When Vince McMahon Jr. took over the then-WWF from his father, his plan was to turn the WWF into a global promotion. Vince wanted the WWF to be the only game in town. His method for achieving this was to poach the top talent from every territory and sign them to the WWF. Back then, […] READ MORE


Jason Jordan Becomes WWE Lead Producer

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In news broken by PWInsider today, former WWE in-ring competitor, Jason Jordan, has become the lead producer of WWE TV tapings. He assumes the role vacated by long-time WWE employee John Laurinaitis, who reclaimed his old role of Head of Talent Relations recently. A WWE producer acts as the middle-man between WWE creative and the […] READ MORE


Chris Jericho’s Broken Skull Sessions was Good for Business

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Chris Jericho’s appearance on “Stone Cold” Steve Austin’s Broken Skulls Sessions caused a stir throughout the internet wrestling community. After all, an AEW-contracted wrestler would appear on a WWE show. Some felt that the interview was agreed to because Vince McMahon does not see AEW as a threat to his empire. McMahon’s belief may have […] READ MORE