SummerSlam Was a Fun Enough Ride, but Nakamura Is Stalling Out
Shinsuke, where has the romance gone?
Jinder Mahal Is WWE’s Latest “Evil Foreigner,” and Fans Still Eat It Up
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.
WWE's Long Overdue Japanese Revolution Is Here
For too long, Japanese wrestlers were brought in by WWE only to be turned into offensive stereotypes. Now they're headlining shows for the promotion's hottest property.
Pro Wrestling's Shinsuke Nakamura and the Bomaye Knee
The WWE's signing of Shinsuke Nakamura, The King of Strong Style, has raised questions over the future of Nakamura's legendary Bomaye knee. We examine the technique and it's real world counterparts.
New Japan Pro Wrestling's Wrestle Kingdom and the Art of the Fight
New Japan Pro Wrestling is the second-biggest wrestling promotion in the world, and utterly unique. Naturally, its Wrestle Kingdom event was a hell of a show.