Wrestle Report Card Subject: AEW Fight for the Fallen.

AEW hosted their third event, Fight for the Fallen on Saturday Night July 13 .  The event featured two first time ever matches as The Young Bucks, Matt and Nick Jackson, took on the team of The Brotherhood, Cody and Dustin Rhodes.  In the other main event Kenny Omega took on CIMA. How did this show compare to their PPV, Double or Nothing, or their … Continue reading Wrestle Report Card Subject: AEW Fight for the Fallen.

Wrestle Report Card Subject: AEW Fyter Fest

AEW Fyter Fest was the company’s second ever event and a follow up to their initial PPV, Double or Nothing, in May.  The event was streamed for free on The Bleacher Report Live App in the United States . How did AEW follow up their first event?  Well here is my report card. Don’t forget to check out my Archive and follow The Wrestle Report … Continue reading Wrestle Report Card Subject: AEW Fyter Fest

Wrestle Report Card Subject: WWE Extreme Rules 2019

WWE Extreme Rules 2019 took place on Sunday July 14 on the The WWE Network from the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA home of the extreme promotion in the 1990’s Extreme Championship Wrestling, ECW. How extreme would WWE get? How extreme would the quality be? Find out now in my report card. Kickoff Match #1: Shinske Nakamura pinned WWE I.C. Champion Finn Bálor with … Continue reading Wrestle Report Card Subject: WWE Extreme Rules 2019

The Wrestle Report Card: NJPW G1 Climax 29 Predictions

The G1 Climax 29 is New Japan Pro Wrestling’s annual tournament to crown a Number 1 Contender to the IWGP Heavyweight Championship at their version of WrestleMania, Wrestle Kingdom on January 4th and 5th, 2020, from The Tokyo Dome in Japan. The tournament is two 10 Man Round Robin Tournaments, Block A and Block B, with the winners meeting on the finals on Monday August … Continue reading The Wrestle Report Card: NJPW G1 Climax 29 Predictions

Wrestle Report Card Essay: Why July 13, 2019 will be an important day in wrestling history?

All Elite Wrestling, AEW, and World Wrestling Entertainment, WWE will indirectly go head to head on Saturday Night July 13 for the first time since AEW formed on January 1, 2019. Athough this battle will seem small in comparison to future battles between the two companies, July 13 will mean a lot for many people and reasons. AEW will host their third event, Fight for … Continue reading Wrestle Report Card Essay: Why July 13, 2019 will be an important day in wrestling history?

Wrestle Report Card Classic Subject: WCW Road Wild 1998

Remember when long-time comedian and host of the Tonight Show, Jay Leno had a professional wrestling match on PPV? Well it happened in 1998 as WCW hosted a Road Wild PPV event in August of that year. Jay Leno would team with Diamond Dallas Page to take on the team of Hollywood Hulk Hogan & Eric Bischoff. The Wrestle Report Card fan Stephen319 requested a … Continue reading Wrestle Report Card Classic Subject: WCW Road Wild 1998

Wrestle Report Card Subject: WWE Stomping Grounds 2019

Stomping Grounds was the first event of its name on The WWE Network. It featured seven championship matches, and two grudge matches. This show was highly criticized for the lack of ticket sales and creativity for the show. So how did the show do? Here is my report card. Kickoff Match: Drew Gulak defeated WWE Cruiserweight Champion Tony Nese and Akira Tozawa to win the … Continue reading Wrestle Report Card Subject: WWE Stomping Grounds 2019

Wrestle Report Card Subject: WWE Super Showdown 2019

With WWE Stomping Grounds streaming this Sunday on the WWE Network at 7 PM EST, I wanted to take look back at the last major WWE Network Event, Super Showdown 2019, and give you my report card WWE Super Showdown was the third event WWE held in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia.  The WWE is in the second year of a ten year contract.  There’s a … Continue reading Wrestle Report Card Subject: WWE Super Showdown 2019

Wrestle Report Card Subject: NXT TakeOver XXV

NXT TakeOver XXV was the 25th TakeOver event to stream on the WWE Network since May 2014. It also was the first TakeOver to not proceed a WWE PPV event since June 2016. It featured four championship matches plus a match showcasing one of NXT brightest stars in Matt Riddle. Some fans wondered how this event would compare to the first PPV from AEW the … Continue reading Wrestle Report Card Subject: NXT TakeOver XXV

Wrestle Report Card Subject: AEW Double or Nothing

Double or Nothing was the first Pay Per View Event from the new promotion All Elite Wrestling.  It originated from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.  The event sold over 12,000 seats in just under four minutes.  The event featured seven matches on the PPV, and two matches on their pre show they referred to as the “Buy In” Buy In Match … Continue reading Wrestle Report Card Subject: AEW Double or Nothing