With the right distribution deal, a few name-brand collegiate players who washed out of the NFL and enough modernization in the game's play and presentation, Vince McMahon might actually find success with the XFL this go-round, thanks in part to the NFL's recent political and cultural struggles.
It's here, wrestling fans -- the greatest weekend of the year. WrestleMania 32 is coming to us from Arlington, Texas this year, and in a state where everything is bigger, WrestleMania is bigger than ever.
Valerie Solomon, the creator of the fitness website Busy Mom Gets Fit, will test her strength during her national television debut on an episode of CMT network show "Steve Austin's Broken Skull Challenge," hosted by former WWE wrestler and hall-of-famer Steve Austin.
Looking back to last year's WrestleMania, all the wrestlers who held a title coming out of the event (Cena, Seth Rollins, Daniel Bryan, Tyson Kidd, Cesaro, and Nikki Bella) are on the shelf with various injuries, and all may end up missing WrestleMania 32.
There are still many unanswered questions following Raw, 24 hours removed from the Survivor Series pay-per-view event. Once again, the 3 NXT alums dressed in black attacked Ryback and put him through a table, with no explanation of who, what or why. At this point, building intrigue through mystery is a great strategy, which is why I'm looking forward to the eventual "explanation" even more.
During a phone interview with "Stone Cold" Steve Austin today promoting WWE '13 and Redneck Island on CMT, I asked "The Rattlesnake" for his thoughts on the controversial moment on Monday night's Raw involving Paul Heyman faking a heart attack (in case you missed it, detailed info can be found in my Raw recap here).
Arda Ocal (@arda_ocal) of The Score Television Network and The Baltimore Sun spoke with WWE legend "Stone Cold" Steve Austin about his new TV show, "Redneck Island," the release of WWE '13, why an Austin-Hogan dream match never occurred, and much more.
After 15 years, it appears the infamous Montreal Screwjob may finally be put to rest. The events of that fateful November night will certainly live on in the minds of wrestling fans, who continue to debate and scrutinize just how much of what transpired had been planned in advance.