WWE Loses the Ratings War to “Piss-Ant” AEW Promotion

Last night was the official start of the Wednesday Night Wrestling Wars. It was the first time AEW and WWE (NXT) would go head-to-head on live TV. The Nielsen ratings are in so let’s break down the numbers. First off, regardless of the brand, 3+ million fans watched pro wrestling on a Wednesday night so that truly is a win-win for everyone. As you can … Continue reading WWE Loses the Ratings War to “Piss-Ant” AEW Promotion

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AEW Announces Ivelisse, Jazz & Teal Piper for “All Out”

All eyes are on AEW and their upcoming pay-per-view event, All Out. In the latest episode of the “Road to All Out” series, AEW announced that the Young Bucks will face the Lucha Bros for the AAA World Tag Team Championships in a ladder match! Not to bury the lead but Brandi Rhode’s also made a huge announcement regarding the Women’s Casino Battle Royale that … Continue reading AEW Announces Ivelisse, Jazz & Teal Piper for “All Out”

AEW Fyter Fest 2019 Results, New Photos & Show Links

AEW’s follow-up effort to Double or Nothing, Fyter Fest, took place in Daytona Beach, Florida on Saturday. Below we’ve included the quick show results plus new behind-the-scenes photos & links to watch the event! Pre-Show:The Best Friends defeated SCU & Private Party Allie defeated Leva Bates (Allie was a sub for Kylie Rae) Michael Nakazawa defeated Alex Jebailey in a hardcore match Stream the complete … Continue reading AEW Fyter Fest 2019 Results, New Photos & Show Links

AJ Styles’ First Title Win Provides Template for AEW’s Elevation of Hangman Adam Page

By Erik Beaston | On Twitter @ErikBeaston June 11, 2003 was the most significant night in the still-young history of Total Nonstop Action Wrestling. On that night, AJ Styles captured his first NWA World Heavyweight Championship, defeating Jeff Jarrett and Raven in a Three Way Dance and became the young face of the upstart promotion. Over the next 12 years, The Phenomenal One would develop … Continue reading AJ Styles’ First Title Win Provides Template for AEW’s Elevation of Hangman Adam Page

The Complete AEW Roster: Updates on Every Signed Wrestler

We are counting down the hours until AEW presents “Double or Nothing” Live from MGM in Las Vegas. As of this writing, AEW has announced a total of nearly 60 signed wrestlers to their roster. While some of the big names like Cody Rhodes, Chris Jericho or Kenny Omega may come to mind, there are plenty of hidden gems in this list that will sure … Continue reading The Complete AEW Roster: Updates on Every Signed Wrestler