Break the internet, Grumpy Cat.
LUCHA! LUCHA! LUCHA!
Wrestlers are like a fine wine, they get better with age.
“As a kid who grew up loving & living for professional wrestling, I was able to chase, catch & live an impossible dream.”
There is only one Sheik.
YES! YES! YES!
Long story short: It pissed off everyone in one way or another.
Warning: Shit’s about to get real. Scripted but still painful.
It’s hard being a wrestling fan.
Meet the stars of NXT, the training ground of the WWE.
This quiz is what’s best for business.
“Mr. Wrestling” Kevin Steen, the ruthless independent wrestling icon, has officially signed with WWE.
When life gives you lemons, drop an elbow on them.
Eminence Capital disclosed Monday it had taken a 9.6% stake in World Wrestling Entertainment. Eminence last year waged a successful activist campaign to merge Men’s Wearhouse and JoS. A. Bank.
THE MAN WITH 1000 EMOTIONS.
The “Hell in a Cell” match at the 1998 King of the Ring was hell indeed.
We already knew he was a champion in the ring. Here’s why he’s a boss outside of it.
Don’t mess with Wolverine.
It’s not fake. It’s staged. There’s a difference.
There’s nothing quite like experiencing something for the very first time.
Superfan Connor “The Crusher” Michalek recently died of cancer, and WWE put together a tribute in his honor.
SPOILERS: Professional wrestling is scripted.
UPDATE: Turns out the recording is from last year, but it still rules. The wrestling legend and proud Texan had some choice (NSFW) words for religious critics of marriage equality.
“NIGHTMARES ARE THE BEST PART OF MY DAY!”
Wrestlers and wrestling fans mourn the late superstar, stunned by his sudden passing.
Over the weekend, WWE celebrated 30 years of WrestleMania in New Orleans at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Fans from around the world took over the city and for one solitary weekend, they were not in the minority.
Shares of WWE, led by founder Vince McMahon, are getting body-slammed by investors after the company reported less than expected subscribers to its new streaming TV service. Just over 667,000 people subscribed to the WWE’s $9.99 per month online video service in the first month. Analysts were projecting upwards of 800,000 subscribers.