Here is Matthew Roberts’ review of the double DVD of WWE Elimination Chamber and WWE Fastlane, courtesy of WWE Home Video UK,
Eat Sleep Conquer Repeat, the latest release from WWE Home Video to profile Brock Lesnar, is largely built around the matches, and if there’s one person in the WWE today whose matches exude an aura different to anyone else’s it is Brock Lesnar.
Join us for our weekly Monday Night RAW review. With focus on ladders, shovels and The Shield. Oh my!
Cruiserweight Classic imminent, Roman Reigns suspended and Money in the Bank gave us TWO World Champions. Just an average week on That Wrestling Podcast.
WWE add over 150 hours of Monday Night Raw from 2004-2005, including the Raw debut of John Cena and Evolution dominating the whole of WWE.
We are currently in the WWE’s New Era, and no, I’m not talking about those caps people wear, I’m talking about a new contingent of talent in the WWE.
A Legacy of Greatness is the new US Championship DVD hitting the shelves on Monday, 9 May 2016. Here’s our review of the new set.
John Cena has confirmed today that he will return to Monday Night Raw on Memorial Day, May 30 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Four months earlier than expected.
John Cena was honoured with the 2016 Legacy of Achievement award at the USO 75th anniversary event in Washington DC.
The spin-off to Total Divas, Total Bellas, sees the cameras follow the lives of the Bella Twins, John Cena and Daniel Bryan.
Heading into WrestleMania, we’re in the midst of one of the worst crises of WWE injuries for a long time. But it’s not all bad news.
Just when Vince McMahon thought WWE’s injury woes were over, it gets even worse as Neville is struck down right before WrestleMania.
Kayfabe is the depiction of on-screen storylines, characters and relationships as “true” and not staged or predetermined. Is this key element still alive and well in the business today?
2016 has started in the worst possibly way for the WWE with John Cena getting injured so quickly after returning from a short hiatus.
WWE’s injury crisis took a turn for the worse tonight as John Cena confirmed on his twitter account that he will be out of action for an extended period of time due to a shoulder injury.