Soaring profits, employee layoffs, the bankruptcy of the XFL, and a seat at the table with Donald Trump. Did we expect anything else from CEO Vince McMahon?
The COVID-19 outbreak has revealed the depths of pro wrestling's abysmal labour conditions and thirst for profit.
A defamation suit filed by a WWE doctor could mean A.J. Styles's current reign as WWE champion—now at over 200 days—will eclipse Punk's 434-day reign, which is a record in the post-Hogan era.
A hydro labour dispute in Toronto led to fears of a power strike and a potential blackout that could have derailed the event, something WWE boss Vince McMahon was left in the dark on.
Brother Love is taking his popular podcast on the road. He speaks with Ian Williams about how the wrestling industry has changed, and what it was like to come back to WWE for Raw 25.
There is a perfect storm brewing for the return of the XFL, but can it really survive this time?
On the 20th anniversary of Bret Hart’s infamous loss and subsequent punchout of his boss, we talked to wrestling insiders about what really happened.
WWE's wrestler documentaries create telling moments of hyperreality, where things become so real yet so obviously artificial that viewers can’t tell the difference.
When people are being shot for their turbans or the color of their skin, wrestling's continued reliance on xenophobic gimmicks feels worse than cynical.
ROH's libraries represent an important part of wrestling history, which remains tantalizingly out of WWE's circle of control.
Professional wrestling at heart is entertainment. It's so shocking to hear of wrestlers dying in the ring.