We’re barely 24 hours away from the start of the long weekend of wrestling, and thanks to WWE, NXT and the litany of independent promotions live-streaming shows, you’re spoiled for choice – but with all of this choice, it’s easy to get lost in the shuffle. So, what’s on each show that’s gotten me
WrestleMania weekend kicks off for WWE on Friday night, with a NXT Takeover event that many feel will overshadow the big show itself. During last year’s WrestleMania festivities, NXT held a (non-televised) show that many felt should have received some coverage outside of Stephanie McMahon’s Periscope account.
It is with great sadness that we report on the passing of Kris Travis, at the age of just 32. Travis was a stalwart on the UK scene, and had wrestled for a huge number of promotions since debuting in 2002. In late 2014, he featured as part of the second series of TNA’s
Unless you’ve been under a rock, you’ll be aware that it’s WrestleMania weekend – but despite WWE’s best efforts to ensure that they are the only game in town, there are plenty of other shows ongoing that you’ll be able to watch in person and online. Just in case the three-hours of NXT, six-plus
With WrestleMania only a matter of days away now, it’s only fitting that this week’s Random Reviews takes a look at some of the lesser-remembered matches that have taken place on the “Showcase of the Immortals”.
With WrestleMania only hours away, we should probably go back through the history of WrestleMania and pluck out some of the main events and more memorable matches from the prior 31 events. Of course, all of these are currently available on the WWE Network, so there’ll be no YouTube links here!
We’re on the home straight. This Sunday, over 85,000 fans will pack the AT&T Stadium near Dallas, Texas (regardless of whatever attendance number WWE announces), as the thirty-second WrestleMania comes to pay-per-view.
It’s an event that started in Madison Square Garden, spent over two decades largely confined to arenas, before blossoming into stadia across North America. Of course, we’re talking about WrestleMania – an event that has now seemingly developed a bidding process not unlike the FIFA World Cup or the Olympics (only without any allegations