A show went off the air on Sunday night, leaving millions of fans upset, confused and generally angry at the creators. While yes, this can apply to “Game of Thrones,” in this case it's about WWE, as Money in the Bank ended with Brock Lesnar holding the Money in the Bank briefcase.
Early in the night, Sami Zayn was found strung up and hanging upside-down.Read more
Sometimes WWE is accused of not giving the fans what they want. On Sunday night, three stories got their happy endings as the biggest matches ended with the beloved faces claiming their titles.
Going into Wrestlemania on Sunday, there were three challengers trying to rise up and claim their titles after long journeys: Becky Lynch, Kofi Kingston and Seth Rollins.Read more
On March 15, Matt Taven was gearing up to challenge Jay Lethal for the Ring of Honor world title in Las Vegas. He knew Ring of Honor's huge show at Madison Square Garden was on the horizon, and he just had to get through one more big match. However, this was no ordinary match. He and Lethal were about to engage in a match that would end up in a 60-minute draw.
“This is what you were built for.Read more
After months of speculation, the WWE officially announced Monday morning what many had hoped: The main event of WrestleMania 35 will be Ronda Rousey defending the RAW Women's Championship against Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair.
This will be the first time that women have wrestled in the final match at WrestleMania, which will take place at MetLife Stadium on April 7.Read more
King Kong Bundy, who rose to fame as a rival to WWF champion Hulk Hogan in the mid-1980s, died Monday of undisclosed causes at the age of 61.
Longtime friend David Herro announced Bundy's death on Facebook after confirming his passing with his family, according to Pro Wrestling Sheet.Read more
Coming into Elimination Chamber, wrestling fans were confident about one thing: Daniel Bryan was walking out of Houston with the WWE title still around his waist. He did retain the belt in the main event Sunday night, but a funny thing happened: We believed in Kofi Kingston.
Daniel Bryan retaining his title wasn’t the story Sunday night.Read more