In a world where the WWE seemingly has no idea how to book heels and faces, having Roman Reigns win the title at Wrestlemania is the wrong thing to do.
HHH is the WWE World Heavyweight Champion. I don’t know about you, but I’m ready to head to FuncoLand, cuz it’s time to play the old school game.
With rumors of the Bullet Club coming to WWE, let’s take a look at what one of its members did before taking up arms.
Former Giants legend and Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor wasn’t just a champion at football. Turns out he was worthy of a Wrestlemania main event too!
Last night, Roman Reigns finally ended his journey to the top of the WWE mountain by winning the World Heavyweight Championship… for like five minutes.
We’re about an hour away from showtime, so I figured now was a good time to do some predictions!
As Survivor Series approaches, we’ve reached the end of our journey through the history of WWE championship tournaments. Today, we’ll look at the tournament held on Monday Night Raw in July of 2011.
We’re still chronicling every WWE championship tournament. Today, we’ll take a look back at “Deadly Games,” from the 1998 Survivor Series. Enjoy!
Let’s take a look back at the first WWE championship tournament, won by “Macho Man” Randy Savage at Wrestlemania IV. How did it happen, and how did it end?
No matter how many times you click your heels together and say “There’s no place like home,” it won’t matter. In the early 1990s, there simply was no place like WCW. Let’s induct Kevin Nash’s Oz into the Bad Gimmick Hall of Fame.