Reuniting the Undisputed Era in 2021 was a pivotal moment for AEW’s long-term future, and a move that will have loads of benefits in 2022.
Loud pops were frequent in 2021 amid an amazing time for professional wrestling, whether you’re a fan of AEW or WWE.
Who do you think would win in an AEW vs. WWE version of Survivor Series?
If AEW President Tony Khan’s notepad is legit, wrestling fans are in for something special at AEW Full Gear in 2021.
As much as it pains me to admit I was wrong, the bigger shame is that I was so late to hop on AEW’s hype train.
However the card plays out, AEW Full Gear 2021 is sure to be entertaining from the first bell until the last.
If WWE fans weren’t already watching AEW consistently, they are probably going to want to start after the chaos at All Out.
Arguably the most anticipated professional wrestling event of the year is just days away as All Elite Wrestling prepares for its star-studded All Out event.
For the first time in NXT history, one of the brand’s signature TakeOver events will span two nights as NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver sets the stage for WWE’s WrestleMania weekend.
With so many Royal Rumble matches to choose from, it may seem just as impossible to pick a favorite as it is to actually win the match itself.
For years, NXT TakeOver events have excited wrestling fans throughout the calendar year. But, which is the best of the bunch?
With just under two months to go until the greatest stage that WWE has to offer, fans can officially say they’re on the road to WrestleMania. Following NXT TakeOver: Portland, … Continue Reading 2020 WrestleMania weekend: The ideal cards for NXT TakeOver: Tampa and WrestleMania 36
‘This is our fight’: Why NXT, not AEW, is changing the landscape of the professional wrestling world
While ratings showed a consistent AEW lead in the “Wednesday Night Wars” over the first month and a half of the battle, many still feel that NXT is doing more to change the professional wrestling world as fans know it.