It’s a massive week for the Wednesday Night War, with AEW inching one week closer to their next PPV, Revolution, while NXT will surely have a stacked night with the fallout from TakeOver: Portland from this past Sunday. Here’s a rundown of what to expect on both NXT and Dynamite. This week’s edition of NXT on USA appears to be…
WWE has announced two matches, both with championship implications, for their next two PPVs, one for Super ShowDown next Thursday 27 February in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and one for Elimination Chamber on 8 March at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.
It’s Valentine’s Day! And for this very romantic episode, Friday Night SmackDown is live from the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC! Here is a rundown of what to expect from tonight’s show (of love).
The latest ratings for the Wednesday Night War have been revealed and AEW once again scores the pin-fall, but by a much closer margin than in the last couple of weeks.
It’s the go-home show for NXT as it heads into its next TakeOver event this Sunday in Portland, will AEW stacks its card with title and grudge matches over on Dynamite. Here’s what to expect from tonight’s edition of the Wednesday Night War.
The latest episode of Monday Night Raw featured some of the, well, weirder things that have been seen on WWE television in quite some time. But perhaps lost in all the neck-biting and WrestleMania implications was the last appearance of Matt Hardy.
Tonight, Monday Night Raw is live from the Toyota Center– home of the AHL’s Reign– in Ontario, CA with “two epic main events” announced for the show. Here is a preview of what to expect on tonight’s episode.
Two legendary returns and a #1 Contender’s match highlight tonight’s episode of Friday Night SmackDown, live from the SAP Center in San Jose, CA. Here’s a rundown of what to expect on tonight’s episode. Goldberg’s Return The first of two major returns (you, reader, can decide later which is bigger), Bill Goldberg returns for the first…
The latest ratings for the Wednesday Night War have been released, and AEW once again topped NXT, and this time not by a little bit.
It’s another Wednesday, and so it’s another skirmish in the ratings war between NXT and Dynamite, as both move towards their next PPVs, including 10 lashes on live tv, a huge 8-man tag match,and a WrestleMania 36-level confrontation. Here’s a preview for both shows. Tonight, Cody answers the first of his stipulations so he can face MJF at Revolution– well, technically…