In the world of professional wrestling, the “go-home” show (the last televised show before a pay-per-view) is used to help entice PPV buys, building feuds to a fever pitch before finally (hopefully) giving fans the […]
Sometimes the simplest metrics are the best. Above all else, I’d argue, pro wrestling is supposed to be fun. By that measure, AEW Dynamite has been wildly successful through its first two weeks. Pretty much […]
The XFL, originally launched all the way back in 2001, lasted just one season. It was the brainchild of WWE owner Vince McMahon and co-owned by NBC. It was designed to be rougher, harder-hitting, and […]
Pro wrestling is about to get a whole lot more fun. Since announcing their partnership with TNT back in May of this year, All Elite Wrestling has ran three major Pay-Per-View events (Double or Nothing, […]
On Tuesday, the website “Go Iowa Awesome” posted an article by Patrick Vint arguing, to quote the article title, that “the Big Ten needs to contract.” Yes, as in actually kick schools out.
Professional wrestling is built on feuds. It’s the lifeblood of an industry whose entire premise is built on Good Guy (the babyface) vs. Bad Guy (the heel).