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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

  • Samoa Joe wins NXT title

    Samoa Joe wins NXT title

    It shocked many people when Samoa Joe won the NXT title at a house show back in April. While it may not have been quite as surprising as that, once again Samoa Joe defied the expectations Saturday night by beating Shinsuke Nakamura and becoming the first two-time NXT champion.

  • The Undertaker returns in a jam-packed 900th SmackDown

    The Undertaker returns in a jam-packed 900th SmackDown

    Often times, “special” episodes of wrestling shows end up being duds, as the episodes rely heavily on nostalgia at the expense of the current product. While SmackDown had some nostalgia, it actually ended up being an important show, capped off by the return of The Undertaker.

  • WWE SmackDown and the Survivor Series fallacy

    WWE SmackDown and the Survivor Series fallacy

    On Thursday night, as the electorate made its decision on the next president, Daniel Bryan made a decision on SmackDown that drew questions from the WWE Universe.

  • Halloween RAW sets us on course to Survivor Series

    Halloween RAW sets us on course to Survivor Series

    The past few weeks have been a bit awkward on RAW, as officials were trying to simultaneously build Hell in a Cell and Survivor Series. With Hell in a Cell out of the way, they were able to push everything toward Survivor Series, as we got a lot of clarity when it comes to the namesake matches...

  • Women make history at Hell in a Cell

    Women make history at Hell in a Cell

    Coming into Hell in a Cell, we knew some history would be made, as two women would step into the structure for the first time. However, what we didn't know for sure was that for the first time ever, two women would be the main event of a WWE pay-per-view. And, once again, the women lived up to...

  • RAW brings fans a step closer to Lesnar vs. Goldberg

    RAW brings fans a step closer to Lesnar vs. Goldberg

    Last week, the rumor mill started heating up thatWWE was interested in having Brock Lesnar face Goldberg at Survivor Series. Those rumors picked up when Goldberg appeared on ESPN, and specifically mentionedLesnar. Well, after Monday's RAW, Goldberg/Lesnar 2 seems to be a fact.

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