Tag: pro wrestling
Do wins and losses matter in pro wrestling booking? Triple H sure doesn’t care about even keeping track.
ESPN has launched a new vertical covering pro wrestling. AFP editor Chris Graham talks about why that is good for business for all concerned.
Does pro wrestling need an offseason? AFP editor Chris Graham takes on the topic in this week’s wrestling podcast.
WWE is advertising that it is beginning a new era. The first installment of Roman Reigns vs. AJ Styles was a good launching pad.
Roman Reigns, predictably, walked out of AT&T Stadium at the end of WrestleMania 32 with the WWE championship.
Four-time WWE champ Daniel Bryan announced on Twitter on Monday that he is retiring from active competition, putting an apparent premature end to a promising career.
Wrestling, once again, is dying. You want to doubt that, then you have to explain the final segment of the go-home Raw.
LTW Entertainment is bringing live professional wrestling to the Waynesboro YMCA on Friday, Oct. 16.
It’s called Night of Champions, but the WWE Network September live event coming up on Sunday could just as easily be Night of Seth Rollins. The WWE and U.S. champ will defend both belts in separate matches: taking on Sting for the WWE title and John Cena for the U.S. title.
If you aren’t a regular viewer of NXT, you wouldn’t know from watching NXT Takeover Brooklyn that WWE considers the product to be that of a developmental nature.
Take my word for it, and don’t scan the wrestling news blogs for comments on the Hulk Hogan n-word controversy, though if you feel inclined, be prepared to take a shower soon after.
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham anchors our live coverage of the 2015 WWE Battleground, with the main event being a WWE Title match between champion Seth Rollins and former champ Brock Lesnar.
WWE has confirmed that Virgil Runnels, known to millions of wrestling fans as “The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes, died on Thursday, with multiple published reports saying the death was the result of complications from a fall in his home early Wednesday morning.
CGI Raw Impact Wrestling Podcast co-hosts Chris Graham and Doug Ward break down the stunning news involving Destination America and Ring of Honor that will have ROH wrestling programming debuting on Destination America next week – as a lead-in to TNA Impact Wrestling. What does this news mean for both Ring of Honor and TNA and their respective futures?
Executives at TNA are rattling their sabres threatening legal action regarding a recent report that its TV broadcast partner, Destination America, is canceling TNA wrestling programming in September.
CGI co-hosts Chris Graham and Doug Ward discuss the latest news in the world of pro wrestling. This installment discusses the latest news from TNA involving developments with its broadcast partner, Destination America, and how the move from Fridays to Wednesdays could impact the product. The show also goes in-depth on Global Force Wrestling, which founder Jeff Jarrett is aiming toward its own TV deal. News from WWE wraps us up.
For the second time in a year, Daniel Bryan had to vacate a major title belt weeks after a huge WrestleMania victory due to injury.
CGI host Chris Graham and wrestling industry veteran Doug Ward talk pro wrestling. This week’s podcast begins with a look at the recent state of affairs in TNA, which has suffered a decline in TV ratings in recent weeks on its new home on Destination America. Is that another sign that Nashville is at the beginning of the end of its long run?
TNA Impact Wrestling will make the move from its long-time home on Spike TV to Destination America, an offshoot of Discovery Communications that reaches roughly half the homes that Spike TV is in currently.
Legendary WWE and WCW play-by-play announcer Jim Ross is returning to pro wrestling. Global Force Wrestling announced today that Ross will provide play-by-play for the Wrestle Kingdom 9 pay-per-view that will air live on Jan. 4, 2015.
LTW Entertainment is hosting a night of pro wrestling at the Randy Smith Center in Inwood, W.Va., on Saturday, Oct. 18. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and bell time is 7 p.m.
Brie Bella, the good girl, reminisces about her mother telling her about how an ultrasound showed her and her twin sister, Nikki, holding hands in the womb.
A friend who is a big TNA wrestling fan asked us if we’d thought of reaching out to the company to offer to help push ticket sales to its planned Sept. 5 show in Charlottesville, Virginia.
It would seem obvious that the Redskins name is death to Washington NFL franchise owner Daniel Snyder, who you would think would want the focus of those providing free media about his team be on things like whether Robert Griffin III and new coach Jay Gruden can lead a return to the playoffs and other on-field activities rather than on how big of a racist millions think the team owners and management have to be to continue using a slur as a team nickname.
Shenandoah Valley Championship Wrestling announced today that it is bringing in Chris Graham from Top Rope Pro Wrestling to serve as the guest host for Fire in the Valley II, an Aug. 2 live pro wrestling card at Spotswood High School.
A pro wrestling show on Saturday, August 2, at Spotswood High School will be the latest event for the upstart Shenandoah Valley Championship Wrestling.