Aaron Oster

Writer

Aaron Oster writes the Ring Posts pro wrestling blog for The Baltimore Sun. What started as bonding with his dad during the heights of the Monday Night War soon grew into a full-blown love of "sports entertainment." A native of Maryland, and University of Maryland alum, he's seen wrestling in venues all across the state, from rec centers to baseball stadiums to the arena downtown.

Recent Articles

  • Which brand won the Superstar Shakeup?

    Which brand won the Superstar Shakeup?

    The Superstar Shakeup is done, and as the dust settled, we can see the trades that were made. Yes, while it seemed arbitrary at times, it does seem that there were “trades” involved to send superstars to RAW and Smackdown. Sure, Kurt Angle and Shane McMahon weren't actually negotiating, but you...

  • ROH's Joe Koff talks Supercard of Honor, The Hardys and more as ROH returns to Baltimore

    ROH's Joe Koff talks Supercard of Honor, The Hardys and more as ROH returns to Baltimore

    In Orlando this past weekend, the wrestling world converged for the biggest weekend in sports entertainment. With everything that went on, one of the biggest events of the weekend didn't even happen in Orlando, but happened an hour away in Lakeland, Fla. Supercard of Honor is Ring of Honor's annual...

  • Ranking the moments from RAW and SmackDown

    Ranking the moments from RAW and SmackDown

    The night after WrestleMania over the years has been known for wild crowds, big debuts and huge moments. This year featured all of these things, across both RAW and SmackDown.

  • Undertaker takes his final ride at WrestleMania

    Undertaker takes his final ride at WrestleMania

    Since 1990, there has been one constant in the WWE: The Undertaker. On Sunday night, that constant seemed to come to an end as The Undertaker left his hat and coat in the ring, and walked away. Undertaker's match with Roman Reigns ended up getting major fanfare. It was the main event of the evening,...

  • A guide to the non-WWE side of WrestleMania weekend

    A guide to the non-WWE side of WrestleMania weekend

    When wrestling fans think of Wrestlemania, most think of the huge extravaganza of Sunday night's show, or the craziness of RAW the next day or even the Hall of Fame show. In short, they don't think past WWE's contributions to the weekend. However, there's another side of Wrestlemania weekend. With...

  • SmackDown sends us home to WrestleMania

    SmackDown sends us home to WrestleMania

    Over the past several years, the final SmackDown before WrestleMania was a complete throwaway show. It often would have some small matches spliced in with coverage from Axxess. Not this year.

  • Pro wrestler competing on upcoming season of 'The Bachelorette'

    Pro wrestler competing on upcoming season of 'The Bachelorette'

    The world of professional wrestling and “The Bachelor” franchise doesn't cross over often. However, that's about to change as this year's Bachelorette will feature a well-known pro wrestler as a contestant.  As the season begins to be shot for “The Bachelorette,” creator Mike Fleiss tweeted out...

  • RAW peaks as Foley stands up for himself and Rollins returns

    RAW peaks as Foley stands up for himself and Rollins returns

    Sometimes WWE does a non-wrestling segment, particularly in the main event, that leaves you wondering why exactly they did it. However, like the main event on Monday, sometimes a segment hits all the right notes and simply leaves you wanting more.

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