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

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 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

The Wrestle Report Card: NJPW/ROH G1 Super Card at MSG

Saturday April 6, 2019 This is the first non-WWE event that Madison Square Garden has hosted in over half a century. It was a joint production between Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro Wrestling, the two biggest non-WWE promotions in the world. Here’s the report card for that show. If you want to view this show yourself, you can order the replay on PPV, … Continue reading The Wrestle Report Card: NJPW/ROH G1 Super Card at MSG

John Oliver on the WWE.

John Oliver, the host of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, made it a point to question the World Wrestling Entertainment’s morality. In what was a highly thought-provoking, twenty minute delve into the history of WWE’s contract situations, and treatment of wrestlers, Oliver left nothing to the imagination. He began in a light-hearted way by poking fun at wrestling attires, telling babies around the world … Continue reading John Oliver on the WWE.

Is CM Punk heading to AEW?

Chicago. A city synonymous with former professional wrestler turned UFC competitor, CM Punk. This past weekend, an event took place in Chicago known as C2E2. C2E2 is the Chicago Comic, and Entertainment Expo. This event featured appearances from Nick, and Matt Jackson, Kenny Omega, Marty Scurll, and Punk among other entertainers within that realm. During the AEW (All Elite Wrestling) panel, a fan had asked … Continue reading Is CM Punk heading to AEW?

Which event will take the win?

As I read various tweets about what happened on the March 19th edition of Smackdown LIVE, I can’t help but wonder one thing. As a wrestling fan, which event is more intriguing at the moment? WWE’s WrestleMania, or AEW’s Double Or Nothing? WrestleMania is the biggest stage in all of wrestling. As a fan we dream about being there, or maybe even taking part in … Continue reading Which event will take the win?