Wednesday Night Wars | Week 4 Recap

By Chad Cooper Twitter @thechadcooper We are officially 1 month into the “Wednesday Night Wars” and both shows continue to provide quality entertainment. NXT has given us better wrestling matches, but if you are into bigger names and production, AEW has the edge.   Television ratings:  Week 1: AEW (1.409 million), NXT (891K) Week 2: AEW (1.018 million), NXT (790K) Week 3: AEW (1.014 million), … Continue reading Wednesday Night Wars | Week 4 Recap

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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”

The Quality of a Champion’s Reign is Reflected in the Strength of their Competition

By Erik Beaston | On Twitter @ErikBeaston Unfortunately for Seth Rollins, The Beastslayer’s run as WWE Universal Champion has been adversely affected by the lack of quality contenders up and down the Raw card. So weak is the depth on the show that management has thrown out the rules of its own brand extension and introduced a wildcard rule designed to bring more starpower to … Continue reading The Quality of a Champion’s Reign is Reflected in the Strength of their Competition

Vince Russo: “You’re Being Worked. No Question WWE & AEW Are in Bed Together”

Former WWE Head Writer Vince Russo believes that we’re all being worked and that there is no way WWE and AEW are not working together. Russo used the WWE/ECW relationship from the 1990s as evidence for his claim. Years ago, Paul Heyman and his brand of ECW wrestlers would trash WWE and Vince McMahon on TV/PPVs while in all actuality Vince was actually helping fund … Continue reading Vince Russo: “You’re Being Worked. No Question WWE & AEW Are in Bed Together”