The 22 Best Women’s Wrestlers of 2022

2022 has been a really great year for Women's Wrestling. WWE has begun to turn things around with their product, and AEW seems to be finally stepping their game up as well. Then across the ocean, we have Stardom and Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling just running away with the game and giving us the best... Continue Reading →

NXT UK Releases and What It Means For the UK Scene

Just one day after Tyler Bate, Gallus and Blair Davenport shockingly appeared on NXT 2.0, WWE officially announced that the NXT UK brand will be closing down following the upcoming Worlds Collide event. This is set to take place on September 4th, just one day after WWE Clash at the Castle. It was also announced... Continue Reading →

WWE NXT 2.0: A Strong Week For The Developmental Brand

It was an amazing episode of NXT 2.0, with a 20-woman battle royal, JD McDonagh vs Cameron Grimes in a match with big world title implications. There was also a host of other matches that could decide the future of NXT 2.0. So how good was it? Let’s review the latest episode of NXT 2.0.... Continue Reading →

NXT Stand & Deliver: Did It Deliver On WrestleMania Weekend?

Remember when NXT Takeovers were talking points for great wrestling and exciting moments? Well, NXT Stand & Deliver wasn't like that. NXT 2.0 design is colorful at least. Admittedly, I haven't seen very much of it, it reminds me of the WWF New Generation in which wrestlers walked around in colorful outfits seemingly saying 'what... Continue Reading →

WOTW – League Table

1. Will Osparey 149 Points2. Kofi Kingston 87 Points3. Shingo Takagi 80 Points4. Aleister Black 79 Points 5. Ryusuke Taguchi 75 Points 6. Ricochet 74 Points 7. Roderick Strong 64 Points 8. Jon Moxley 62 Points 9. Adam Cole (Bay-Bay) 60 Points 10. Sami Zayn 51 Points11. Johnny Gargano 50 Points 12. Tony Nese 47... Continue Reading →

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