Long Before the UFC, Japanese Wrestling Had Its Own 'Fight Island'
It's the longest, and one of the most bizarre, wrestling matches in Japanese history.
The WWE Is Making Huge Profits During Coronavirus but Still Firing Workers
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?
'Tiger King' Joe Exotic’s Forgotten Pro Wrestling Career
We spoke to the promoter and wrestlers involved in matches held surrounded by tigers and wolves at Exotic’s infamous zoo.
Wrestlemania Will Go On Despite the Coronavirus Pandemic. It Shouldn't
The COVID-19 outbreak has revealed the depths of pro wrestling's abysmal labour conditions and thirst for profit.
WrestleMania's Iconic Hulk Hogan-Ultimate Warrior Match Almost Never Happened
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.
Womens History Month
The Forgotten Story of the First Black Female Wrestlers
In briefly choosing to honor the disgraced Fabulous Moolah at WrestleMania, WWE overlooked three African-American sisters and their friend who were actual pioneers in women's wrestling.
How The ‘Montreal Screwjob’ Changed The Wrestling Industry Forever
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.
The NFL Viewing Experience in Canada Sucks
There Are So Many Weird Prop Bets for the Mayweather-McGregor Fight
If silly cross-sport prop betting is your thing, this fight's for you.
Mayweather-McGregor Is the Ultimate Money Fight
The two aren't the only ones making bank off their superfight. From bars to fans to the state of Nevada, everyone has the opportunity to cash in.
The Beer Mile World Record Holder Is More Than Just a Gimmick Racer
Corey Bellemore is the beer mile world record holder. The 23-year-old is also one of Canada's top middle distance runners and has his sights set on making the national team.
Toronto Is the Nerdiest Wrestling City in the World
The one thing that doesn't waver in Toronto is the city's passion for professional wrestling. It has been one of the sport's major markets since the 1930s.