It Is Time For The Undertaker To Rest In Peace

Father Time waits for no man. Or Phenom, for that matter. Sunday night at Extreme Rules, The Undertaker returns to WWE pay-per-view, teaming with Roman Reigns to battle Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre in what is little more than a desperate grab for WWE Network subscriptions and television ratings. Beyond the transparency, though, is a Superstar whose reputation as one of the greatest icons to … Continue reading It Is Time For The Undertaker To Rest In Peace

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The Seth Rollins vs Will Ospreay Twitter Feud: Complete Recap

By now you’ve probably heard about the verbal Twitter war between WWE Universal Champion Seth Rollins & IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion Will Ospreay. Here’s how it all transpired. Read the updated version here. Issues started on June 22nd when Rollins, looking to defend the online backlash against the WWE PPV Stomping Grounds, posted the following tweet: Fellow WWE Superstar Roman Reigns was quick to backup Rollins when he released the … Continue reading The Seth Rollins vs Will Ospreay Twitter Feud: Complete Recap

WWE Stomping Grounds…or In Your House 2.0?

What if WWE held a pay-per-view event and no one cared? Did it really happen? Does it actually count? By Erik Beaston | On Twitter @ErikBeaston The biggest wrestling promotion in the world is about to find out Sunday night as it presents Stomping Grounds, a show as lazily compiled as its stupid-ass logo. Full of rematches from Saudi Arabia, a grudge match between Roman … Continue reading WWE Stomping Grounds…or In Your House 2.0?

Smackdown Shakeup

By Chad Cooper Twitter @thechadcooper Finn, Freak, the Big Dog and more. The final night of the Superstar Shakeup is complete and the Blue Brand has reloaded their roster for its future Friday night prime time debut on FOX in October. Quick review… New RAW players: The Miz, Andrade with Zelina Vega, Ricochet, Aleister Black, The Viking Experience, Rey Mysterio, The Usos, Naomi, Eric Young, … Continue reading Smackdown Shakeup