Check out, courtesy of WWE Home Video UK, Matthew Roberts’ review of ‘WWE Best Of 2000’S’ DVD.
Here are the big stories from a momentous WrestleMania 33 from the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Florida.
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.
Brock Lesnar is heading back to the UFC for a one-off fight at UFC 200 against a man named Mark Hunt. But what happens if Lesnar loses?
He was on, then off, then back on, and now he’s off yet again. The Undertaker will now NOT be on the WWE UK tour this week.
He was on, then off, and now he’s on again. But after conflicting reports, The Undertaker WILL be on the WWE UK tour next week.
With WrestleMania 32 almost here, let’s take a look at what WWE could look like on Raw with different finishes in our WrestleMania 32 preview.
With WrestleMania a little over a month away, the match card is finally starting to piece together. But the traditional face-heel dynamic does not seem to be playing a big role this year.
Shane McMahon’s return opens up a door of possibilities for WWE’s creative direction. Is the Boy Wonder only here for WrestleMania? If not, what can we expect from WWE in 2016.
Shane McMahon sensationally made his return to Monday Night Raw this week and will compete at WrestleMania 32!
As wrestling history dictates from January until March/April, the “Road to WrestleMania” heats up and we begin to fInally see just how WrestleMania will shape up.
With 15-0 and 20-0 sets already having been released by the WWE, and the Undertaker already being 22-1 and every chance of going 23-1 (or maybe 22-2) next year you would be hard pressed to suggest that there is a big need for a 21-1 RIP Edition , even if it does come in a limited edition Coffin.
There is no doubt that over the last quarter century the Undertaker has carved out a legacy that is second to none. Considered to be one of the most respected pro wrestlers of all time, Taker is also a seven time World Champion, a multi-time tag champion, and multi-time Slammy Award winner, and certainly a future WWE Hall of Famer
With Survivor Series 2015 marking 25 years of the Undertaker, what better time is there to look back on some of the greatest and most memorable rivalries in the Dead Man’s WWE career?
Hell in the Cell. Ever since its inception in 1997, it has been one of the most popular gimmick matches that the WWE has ever created.
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