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Aaron Oster

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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

  • Sami Zayn turns, reunites with Kevin Owens at Hell in a Cell

    Sami Zayn turns, reunites with Kevin Owens at Hell in a Cell

    In the constantly changing landscape of wrestling, there isn't much that you can count on. Storylines change, characters change, even companies change. However, for over a decade now, one thing you could count on is that Sami Zayn would be standing there as a beacon of goodness, a true babyface....

  • Goldberg on his return, Universal title Run, Roman Reigns, Asuka and more

    Goldberg on his return, Universal title Run, Roman Reigns, Asuka and more

    One year ago, as the video game “WWE 2K17” was about to be released, rumors that Goldberg would be returning to the ring started to surface. What nobody knew then was that Goldberg wouldn't just return for one night but would also have another run at the WWE Universal title, including defending...

  • No Mercy sets collision course for Wrestlemania

    No Mercy sets collision course for Wrestlemania

    Going into No Mercy, many fans noted that the card seemed Wrestlemania-worthy. As the dust settled Sunday night, one thing became clear: While these matches seemed like they belonged on Wrestlemania, the winners are likely on a path to tangle in New Orleans. Brock Lesnar successfully retained his...

  • Q&A with wrestler Kenny King on Death Before Dishonor, 'The Bachelorette'

    Q&A with wrestler Kenny King on Death Before Dishonor, 'The Bachelorette'

    It's been a wild summer in wrestling. However, nobody in wrestling has had a crazier summer than Ring of Honor star Kenny King. In case you missed it, Kenny King was one of the suitors on the latest season of “The Bachelorette.” While he didn't win Rachel Lindsay's heart, he did become one of the...

  • WWE Hall of Famer Bobby 'The Brain' Heenan dies at 73

    WWE Hall of Famer Bobby 'The Brain' Heenan dies at 73

    Bobby Heenan, who was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2004 after a famed career as a manager and broadcaster, died Sunday, the WWE announced. He was 73. Heenan was, in my opinion, the most important non-wrestler in wrestling history. His managerial resume is a who's who of wrestling. Andre...

  • Kevin Owens gets the ultimate rub on SmackDown Live

    Kevin Owens gets the ultimate rub on SmackDown Live

    Stone Cold Steve Austin. Mick Foley. Triple H. CM Punk. Those are four of the names in an elite group, one that has a very specific requirement: they were given the privilege of putting their hands on Vince McMahon. Those who have been given that privilege get a moment, a mark, that solidifies...

  • WWE's Shane McMahon erupts, gets suspended at SmackDown Live

    WWE's Shane McMahon erupts, gets suspended at SmackDown Live

    As an on-screen authority figure in wrestling, you can do many things to make wrestlers' lives miserable. You can put them in impossible matches. You can strip wrestlers of titles. You can suspend them. However, as we found out at SmackDown Live on Tuesday night, the one thing you can't do is rain...

  • Big WWE main-roster debut, belated return highlight SmackDown Live

    Big WWE main-roster debut, belated return highlight SmackDown Live

    WWE needed something big to wrap up its week in Brooklyn after an up-and-down RAW on Monday night. So on SmackDown Live, they decided to make some news behind a major main-roster debut and a belated return. The big debut happened early in the show. Aiden English came out without an opponent, and...

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