WWE Elimination Chamber preview: New women's tag team titles and a rare opportunity for Kofi Kingston
Elimination Chamber will clarify a few key matchups as WrestleMania season continues, but the focus will be on the new women's tag team titles that will be awarded to the winner of the six-team Elimination Chamber match.
The origin of the Elimination Chamber: How everything went wrong, but still turned out alright
At Survivor Series 2002, Shawn Michaels, Triple H, Chris Jericho, Kane, Booker T and Rob Van Dam became the first six WWE superstars to enter the Elimination Chamber. Fifteen years later, we look back at that night through their eyes.
WWE Elimination Chamber 2019 news, card, date, location and information
Everything you need to know about the 2019 Elimination Chamber pay-per-view, including the match card, results, news, features, history and more from ESPN.com.
Charlotte Flair in the WrestleMania 35 main event is a good thing
While there are several valid points of contention and concern about the addition of Charlotte Flair to the WrestleMania 35 main event, the move should prove to be a net positive.
Kofi Kingston, who is a last-minute sub for Mustafa Ali (concussion) at Elimination Chamber, stepped up in a massive way and put on an unforgettable performance Tuesday in a gauntlet match to determine the last one to enter Sunday's WWE title match. In an ironman feat, Kingston lasted over an hour and defeated three opponents. First, he stunned Daniel Bryan, thanks to a Trouble in Paradise kick after well over 20 minutes against Bryan. Then Kingston defeated Jeff Hardy with an S.O.S., and then rolled up Samoa Joe to pick up his third pinfall. Even after a frustrated Joe caught Kingston in a Coquina Clutch outside the ring, the New Day member refused to go away and fought AJ Styles tooth and nail before Styles eventually locked in a calf crusher and forced Kingston to tap out. Ultimately, Randy Orton would emerge from out of nowhere, and within seconds nailed Styles with an RKO to win the match and the final slot. But this was Kingston’s night, and while he likely won’t walk away from Sunday’s PPV as champ, he reminded WWE fans what he is capable of in big spots.
As we found out Tuesday on SmackDown Live, the Becky Lynch suspension from Monday came with one major upside: That effect is elevating Charlotte Flair’s heel status to an all-time high ahead of her scheduled match against Raw champion Ronda Rousey at WrestleMania. Flair was vociferously jeered as she made her way down to the ring and delivered a sarcastic, combative promo directed in Lynch's direction. “I am in the backbone of the division, the franchise player, and I am a winner,” Charlotte said. Flair then called Becky a "flash in a pan" before heading back to the locker room. This was a really smart way to garner more heat for what's likely to be a main-event match on the biggest day of the wrestling year.
Ahead of Sunday's women's tag team Elimination Chamber match, Naomi (along with her partner Carmella) pinned Mandy Rose (and her partner Sonya Deville) in a triple threat match Tuesday night. By virtue of their loss, Rose and Deville will start Sunday’s Elimination Chamber match against Bayley and Sasha Banks -- a big disadvantage for all four women. In a subtle, yet creative move, The IIconics refused to tag into the match to avoid taking the loss and then attacked the winners after the bell. On the men’s side, Shane McMahon and The Miz invited their upcoming opponents, The Usos, to the ring on “McMiz TV.” After a string of fighting words, The Usos simultaneously superkicked both SmackDown tag team champions to make a statement heading into Sunday.
WWE's Bella Twins next moves
The Bella Twins have already helped revolutionize how the WWE showcases women wrestlers. With their lifestyle and activewear brand, beauty line and wine collection in the works, are they now officially pinning big business against the ropes?
It's unclear as to whether or not The Undertaker will appear at WrestleMania 35, but he is taking a handful of non-WWE affiliated bookings in the coming months. The most interesting to date was announced Thursday. As first reported by SI.com, Undertaker -- real name Mark Calaway -- will appear at the Starrcast II convention in Las Vegas. While not officially tied to All Elite Wrestling and their "Double or Nothing" event, Starrcast II takes place the same weekend in Las Vegas and features a number of events involving the stars of AEW. Other wrestlers appearing at Starrcast include Ric Flair, Bret Hart and Sting, among many others.
A lot to discuss this week, including a big one on one showdown for SGG and a Hall of Fame debate among the Jew World Order.
WWE Hall of Famer Morales dies at age 76
Pedro Morales, a Hall of Fame wrestler with the WWE who rose to fame in the early 1970s, died Tuesday at the age of 76.
This week’s episode of NXT TV featured a marquee main event that saw Ricochet defeat Adam Cole. After the match, Cole’s Undisputed Era comrades stormed the ring and ambushed Ricochet. Aleister Black tried to make the save, but the Undisputed Era got the better of him as well. Black will battle Roderick Strong next week. Also on the show, the Street Profits beat Stacey Ervin Jr. and Humberto Carrillo, Dominik Dijakovic picked up a win over Shane Thorne and Aliyah defeated Taynara Conti with an assist from Vanessa Borne. Aliyah, Borne and Conti were attacked by Shayna Baszler, Jessamyn Duke and Marina Shafir post-match. Finally, Kassius Ohno announced that he would be leaving NXT before Keith Lee surprised him with a discus elbow. The North American championship will be on the line next week when Johnny Gargano defends against the Velveteen Dream.
After selling their allotment of pre-sale tickets earlier in the week, All Elite Wrestling sold out all available tickets for their Double or Nothing show at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in four minutes on Wednesday. According to Cody Rhodes, an AEW Executive Vice President and one of a core group of stars for the Khan family-financed promotion, tickets for the May 25 event were purchased be people in all 50 states and at least nine different countries. As for those still hoping to attend the event, as of 3:25 p.m. ET Wednesday there were 1,900 tickets listed on StubHub with a get-in price of $155.
WWE Power Rankings: Becky Lynch and Daniel Bryan lead SmackDown charge toward WrestleMania
It's WrestleMania season and the stars of SmackDown are charging forward in a major way -- and it shows in the latest ESPN WWE Power Rankings
The closing moments of Monday Night Raw brought a long-rumored change to one of the main events of WrestleMania 35. After Becky Lynch was forced to apologize for attacking Triple H and Stephanie McMahon to preserve her Raw women's championship match against Ronda Rousey, Vince McMahon overruled the process and suspended Lynch until after WrestleMania -- and inserted Charlotte Flair in her place to face Rousey. By all indications, this is a mechanism to ultimately make this a triple threat title match at WrestleMania, but many fans are already voicing their displeasure with this move. In reality, there's plenty of story between each of these three women, and this change should accomplish two key goals -- covering up for Rousey's occasional issues on a live microphone, and making Flair the unapologetic villain on the way to WrestleMania.
From the time The Revival had their Raw debut in April 2017, it took them over a year to get their first televised shot at the Raw tag team championships. In six subsequent shots at that title -- three of which came against Bobby Roode & Chad Gable -- Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder failed to cash in. Monday night changed all that, with The Revival finally capturing the Raw tag titles in a tremendously entertaining match against Roode and Gable on Raw. In other action, Ruby Riott defeated Nikki Cross and Dean Ambrose beat EC3 in a return match from last week via roll-up. Lastly, after an aborted one-on-one match between Finn Balor and Drew McIntyre, and a subsequent six-man tag team match that was restarted midway through, Balor, Kurt Angle and Braun Strowman defeated McIntyre, Bobby Lashley and Baron Corbin.
Tamina and Nia Jax won a triple threat women's tag team match by pinning Bayley, who lost her tag team partner Sasha Banks due to injury early in the match. Banks and Bayley will now be one of the two teams to start the women's tag team Elimination Chamber match on Sunday. Rounding out Raw, Seth Rollins and Paul Heyman engaged in a war of words, and we saw a video of Kevin Owens bowling -- though the point of the latter promo was to deliver a message that Owens is only about a month away from returning to in-ring action.
Dip is back in town to complain about everything
Dip is back in town to complain about everything and generally have a majour episode of everyone's favorite sports and recreation podcast.
205 Live closed with the contract signing for Sunday's match between Buddy Murphy and Akira Tozawa for the Cruiserweight Championship at Elimination Chamber. No punches were thrown, but there was a verbal shot. Murphy proclaimed that there was no stopping the unstoppable, but Tozawa retorted that the "King of the Cruiserweights" (referring to the since-departed Neville/Pac) also thought he was unstoppable, and Tozawa took the title off him. Also on Tuesday, Tony Nese picked up a much-needed win in a no-DQ match over Noam Dar after a running "knee-se" through the barricade. Gentleman Jack Gallagher also got a victory over Lince Dorado as Gallagher/Drew Gulak continued their recruitment of Humberto Carrillo. (Photo: @WWEUniverse)
Way-too-early WrestleMania 35 predictions
WrestleMania will include title matches for Becky Lynch and Seth Rollins, but what could the rest of the card look like?
WWE announced 12 new signings on Monday who have reported to their Performance Center in Orlando -- and this particular group leans heavily on independent wrestling experience. Karen Q and Rachael Ellering, who both previously participated in the Mae Young Classic, are joined by other recognizable names like ACH, Trevor Lee, Jonah Rock, Samuel Shaw, the Montreal-based tag team "3.0", Elliot Sexton and Nick Comoroto -- a.k.a "The Freak Beast". The class is rounded out by a pair of collegiate football standouts -- Omari Palmer, a former offensive lineman from Syracuse, and Ricardo Miller, a tight end/wide receiver who played for Michigan and UMass.
Kenny Omega officially announced Thursday night that he has signed with All Elite Wrestling and will also serve in an executive role. In the closing moments of AEW's ticket announcement party at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, there was a pull-apart between Omega and Chris Jericho, teasing a rematch of their well-regarded co-main event at New Japan Pro Wrestling's Wrestle Kingdom 12. There were a number of other announcements from AEW on Thursday, including a partnership with Mexican promotion AAA, as well as talent additions including women's wrestlers Aja Kong, Nyla Rose, Kylie Rae and Yuka Sakazaki, and a number of others including Sonny Kiss, Sammy Guevara and Best Friends (Chuck Taylor and former WWE superstar Trent Beretta). Tickets for the May 25 show at the MGM Grand Garden Arena go on sale to the general public on Feb. 13. (Photo courtesy of AEW)
Adesanya busts out WWE moves at UFC 234 workout
Bayley on the value of having established women's tag teams in the WWE and the prospect of winning the new women's tag team championships.
With less than two weeks to go until the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view, Monday Night Raw started off with an explosive confrontation between Stephanie McMahon and Becky Lynch. The segment was built entirely around Lynch's fear that her chance at Ronda Rousey and the WrestleMania main event would be snatched away by executive power and doctors refusing to clear her. Playing up Lynch's knee injury, which she has been nursing since Royal Rumble and had her sporting a knee brace, McMahon told Lynch she would be suspended if she refused to visit WWE doctors. That eventually pushed Lynch to attack McMahon, though the conflict was short-circuited when McMahon targeted Lynch's knee in order to get away. Whether this is a mechanism to include Charlotte Flair in the equation, or instead a way to stretch things out between now and WrestleMania, Lynch is indefinitely suspended. As she left, she crossed paths with Rousey backstage, with the Raw women's champion recommending ice and Advil.
The rest of Monday Night Raw was a bit inconsistent, though it had its peaks. The Revival earned what will be their fourth Raw tag team championship opportunity against Bobby Roode & Chad Gable in a Fatal 4-Way match that showed just how much Heavy Machinery is connecting with crowds. In other action, Ronda Rousey defeated both Liv Morgan and Sarah Logan in matches, setting up what could be a future Raw women's championship match against Ruby Riott. Bayley & Sasha Banks were attacked by Nikki Cross & Alicia Fox pre-match, but the Boss & Hug Connection ultimately prevailed and qualified for the women's tag team Elimination Chamber match. Elias defeated Jeff Jarrett, but the WWE Hall of Famer finally got the last laugh with a guitar shot. In a very solid match, made even more compelling by a pre-match attack, Finn Balor defeated Lio Rush.
Rounding out the night, EC3 appeared on "A Moment of Bliss", during which a potential pairing with Alexa Bliss was teased. Nia Jax, Tamina and Dean Ambrose eventually got involved to varying degrees of confusion but Ambrose, who we found out last week will not be renewing his WWE contract in April, was as loose and comfortable as we've seen him in a long time. He ultimately faced off against EC3 in the latter's main roster in-ring debut, and EC3 went on to pick up a roll-up win over the former WWE champion. Finally, Baron Corbin and Drew McIntyre attempted to bumrush Kurt Angle during what was teased to be his retirement announcement, which led to a tag team main event also involving Braun Strowman. Corbin and McIntyre got the win via DQ, but Strowman and Angle got the last laugh.
Mick Foley reflects on 'Halftime Heat'
Mick Foley and The Rock made history 20 years ago with "Halftime Heat" -- a WWE match that aired during halftime of the Super Bowl. As WWE brings back "Halftime Heat" in 2019, Foley reflects on the experience.
On NXT Wednesday, The Velveteen Dream announced he'd be using his title shot on Johnny Gargano, Drew Gulak faced two NXT stars in new fan-favorite Eric Bugenhagen (won) and Matt Riddle (lost), and Io Shirai, Kairi Sane and Bianca Belair defeated Baszler, Shafir and Duke.
A new number one contender to Buddy Murphy's Cruiserweight championship was determined tonight by way of a fatal 4-way elimination match. Former champion Akira Tozawa defeated Cedric Alexander, Lio Rush and Humberto Carrillo and will challenge Murphy at Elimination Chamber on Feb. 17. In other action, The Brian Kendrick defeated Mike Kanellis. On next week's show, Noam Dar will meet Tony Nese in a no disqualification match.
Royal Rumble Recap
After last week's repug sound, the boys are in the studio together and breaking down a HUGE week in the world of WRASSLIN.
Dean Ambrose is leaving WWE. In a statement provided by WWE to ESPN: "Dean Ambrose (Jonathan Good) will not be renewing his contract with WWE when it expires in April. We are grateful and appreciative of all that Dean has given to WWE and our fans. We wish him well and hope that one day Dean will return to WWE."
Daniel Bryan was already pushing his eco-friendly villain persona to its boundaries before Tuesday night, but alongside his new hippie heavy Rowan, Bryan doubled down. He threw the leather-bound WWE championship into the trash and revealed a new, hemp-bound, wood-and-stone adorned championship. The ensuing chaos brought five people to the ring -- AJ Styles, Randy Orton, Jeff Hardy, Samoa Joe and Mustafa Ali -- and Triple H closed the show by revealing each of those five will challenge Bryan for the WWE championship inside of the Elimination Chamber in a few weeks time.
The fallout from Sunday's Royal Rumble was palpable on SmackDown as the WWE wrapped up their four-day run in Phoenix. Becky Lynch, fresh off of declaring her intention of facing Ronda Rousey at WrestleMania 35, opened the show and soaked in the adulation from the crowd. As Charlotte Flair attempted to take credit for Lynch's ascent, Lynch punched her friend in the face -- but Flair got the last laugh on her hobbled former friend. The Miz and Shane McMahon celebrated their SmackDown tag team title win at the Royal Rumble, with Miz's dad getting a full entrance before congratulating his son.
The rest of SmackDown was a rollercoaster that alternated between confusing moments (and creative gaps) and entertaining in-ring action. R-Truth picked up a lucky roll-up to defeat Shinsuke Nakamura to become United States champion, and then did the same to Rusev in a second impromptu title match. Rusev then ostensibly turned heel and both men attacked Truth. The Usos became the first contenders for the new SmackDown tag team champs by winning a four-way elimination match against The Bar, The New Day and Heavy Machinery. Despite two teams earning their way into the women's tag team title Elimination Chamber match on Raw, Sonya Deville and Mandy Rose were able to just "declare" their way in. We also got some context that showed Rose's animosity towards Naomi dates all the way back to her time on Tough Enough. Finally, Andrade jumped Rey Mysterio and then added insult to injury by mocking Mysterio with several of Eddie Guerrero's signature moves.
WWE is set up for undeniable women's WrestleMania main event
A mix of undeniable crowd reactions, good luck in some regards and bad luck in others has WWE set up with an undeniable main event for WrestleMania 35: Ronda Rousey, Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch.
WWE Royal Rumble: Seth Rollins and Becky Lynch win Royal Rumbles
Seth Rollins and Becky Lynch are heading to WrestleMania as victors in the 2019 Royal Rumbles. Plus, Shane McMahon and The Miz earned the SmackDown Live tag team titles while Ronda Rousey, Asuka, Brock Lesnar and Daniel Bryan all retained.
Lynch: I'll be the first woman to main event WrestleMania
Becky Lynch explains what winning the Royal Rumble means and her aspirations to main event WrestleMania.
Rollins calls Royal Rumble win 'surreal'
Seth Rollins shares his reaction to winning the Royal Rumble and what it took to overcome injuries to make it back to the top.
Becky Lynch will challenge Ronda Rousey at WrestleMania 35.
While Seth Rollins didn't officially say it, he ran out and interrupted Paul Heyman's speech and all but declared his intention of challenging Brock Lesnar for the Universal championship, rather than Daniel Bryan and his WWE title. Rollns, who defeated Dean Ambrose earlier in the night, paid the price for the interruption by eating six F-5s, including one in which he landed ribs-first on the title belt.
Outside of Becky Lynch's declaration and Seth Rollins' all-but-certain declaration, a fair bit of time was spent focused on the upcoming women's tag team title match at Elimination Chamber. In a pair of qualifiers, The Riott Squad beat Natalya and Dana Brook, while Nia Jax and Tamina defeated Alexa Bliss and Mickie James. Rounding out the night, Baron Corbin beat Kurt Angle, The Revival defeated Curt Hawkins and Zack Ryder, Braun Strowman got a DQ win after Baron Corbin and Drew McIntyre teamed up on him and Bayley lost her challenge for Ronda Rousey's Raw women's championship. Bobby Lashley and Lio Rush also got some licks in on Finn Balor, who was hobbled after his title match against Brock Lesnar Sunday night.
Intergender wrestling: Equality for women, or violence against them?
The optics of intergender wrestling can be shocking. But those who participate say pitting women against men in the ring is a step toward equality.
One year later: Ronda Rousey reflects on her WWE journey
Ronda Rousey still loves what she's doing after one year with WWE and for now her escapist fantasy of a non-public life will have to wait.
Daniel Bryan healthy and thriving as WWE's eco-friendly super-villain
Daniel Bryan has enjoyed a clean bill of health through rigorous testing in the year since he returned to WWE action, and the dramatic shift in his on-screen persona has him locked in and peaking heading into the most important window of the WWE calendar.
WrestleMania 35 news and information
Everything you need to know about WrestleMania 35 -- the match card, results, news, features, history and more from ESPN.com.
Hager wins professional debut by 1st-round submission
Zelina Vega's thoughts on taking part in the women's Royal Rumble match tonight, as well as the last few weeks between Rey Mysterio and Andrade.
Ciampa retains while War Raiders and Johnny Gargano earn gold at NXT TakeOver: Phoenix
Tommaso Ciampa and Shayna Baszler kept their titles, but others could not, as the tag team and North American championships changed hands.
New NXT North American champion Johnny Gargano on continuing his run of incredible TakeOver matches, and his long, winding relationship with Ricochet that dates back well before they ever met in NXT.
War Raiders reflect on their five-year journey as a tag team, a special anniversary and defying expectations at NXT TakeOver: Phoenix.
Inside the strange world of WWE betting
The worlds of sports betting and WWE seem unlikely to cross over, but for some offshore and European sportsbooks, WWE action has become part of their portfolio. So how does betting on a predetermined outcome work?
You Have To Answer: Triple H
Transition from WWE to Bellator MMA nearly complete for Jake Hager
Even while performing as Jack Swagger in the WWE, MMA was calling Jake Hager. Days away from his Bellator debut, Hager, 36, says he's ready for his first trip into the cage and wants to prove he has plenty left in the tank.
How to work out like a WWE superstar
WWE Superstars use a variety of training methods to stay in peak physical condition, and Farbod Esnaashari discovered how hard they work as Sheamus walked him through the workouts of Becky Lynch, Daniel Bryan, Sasha Banks, Carmella and Elias.
Farbod Esnaashari ran the gauntlet of WWE superstar workouts with Sheamus.
The different kinds of Royal Rumble surprises
From field-fillers to legends to superstars making their WWE debut, surprises in the field make the Royal Rumble one of the must-see events of the year.
Off The Top Rope: Ultimate Royal Rumble highlight
Remembering the Rumbles: Ric Flair wins WWE championship
In the first of a five-part "remembering the Rumbles" series, Sean Coyle takes a look at Ric Flair's legendary performance in the 1992 Royal Rumble match with the WWE championship on the line.
Remembering the Rumbles: Vince McMahon gets the best of Stone Cold Steve Austin in 1999
In the second of a five-part "remembering the Rumbles" series, we look at Vince McMahon's win in the 1999 Rumble during his heightened feud with Stone Cold Steve Austin.
Remembering the Rumbles: John Cena returns from injury to win in 2008
In the fourth of a five-part "Remembering the Rumbles" series, we look at John Cena's unexpected early return from injury to win the 2008 Royal Rumble.
Remembering the Rumbles: AJ Styles makes his debut in 2016
In the last of a five-part "Remembering the Rumbles" series, we look at one of the biggest surprises in the 2016 Rumble, the debut of AJ Styles.
In the final episode of Monday Night Raw in the lead-up to the Royal Rumble, the opening and closing segments offered hints towards what's to come on Sunday -- and quite possibly beyond. Paul Heyman and Brock Lesnar ran down Universal title challenger Finn Balor and then Balor, Braun Strowman and Vince McMahon each made their way to the ring. Despite being taken out of the title match at Royal Rumble last week, Strowman was well enough for a match with Balor in the night's first contest. Balor was cleaning house against both Strowman and Lesnar on the outside, but as he had Strowman dead to rights with a coup de grace, Lesnar jumped into the ring and delivered an F-5 to trigger a DQ finish.
Meanwhile, in the third straight tag team match to end the night, Bayley, Sasha Banks, Ronda Rousey and Natalya got one of the loudest and most passionate responses from what was otherwise a rather quiet crowd. It was a solid match that displayed the best of all four women while shining the spotlight on Rousey and Banks. With a submission win and an abundance of swagger, Banks heads into Sunday's Raw women's championship match looking as good as she has been since she last held the title a year-and-a-half ago.
Alexa Bliss, amidst the chaos of many other women's Royal Rumble participants, declared she will return to action Sunday in the 30-woman match. Lacey Evans quickly followed up with a declaration of her own. Rounding out the night's action: Seth Rollins beat Drew McIntyre by roll-up, Bobby Lashley defeated Apollo Crews, Baron Corbin topped Elias, Lucha House Party topped Jinder Mahal and the Singh Brothers and Heavy Machinery made their main roster debut with a quick victory over The Ascension. Finally, in the Revival's third straight shot at the Raw tag team titles, their hand-picked referee Curt Hawkins caught them trying to cheat three times -- and ultimately failed to win. After a post-match attack, Zack Ryder ran out to save his long-forgotten tag team partner; they were tag team champions together all the way back in 2008.
The boys break down the week that was, why James Harden should be called Jim Harden and more
The boys break down the week that was, why James Harden should be called Jim Harden and watch the Rumble match from 2003.
Cody Rhodes on the origins and future of AEW
All Elite Wrestling has the professional wrestling business buzzing, and Cody Rhodes -- one of the key players in the new Khan family-backed promotion -- has a lot to say about AEW's origins and future plans.
Cody Rhodes on wrestler pay and insurance in All Elite Wrestling.
UK Performance Centre pushes WWE's global expansion forward
With the launch of its second major training facility, the WWE UK Performance Centre in London, the WWE's plans of global expansion took a major step forward.
Triple H: WWE's U.K. trainees are future Wrestlemania headliners
WWE's Triple H says the wrestling talent on display in the U.K. has the potential to main-event Wrestlemania in the future.
Jaguars owners backing new wrestling venture
The Jaguars ownership group is backing a new wrestling group to compete with the WWE.
All Elite Wresting, the new wrestling promotion funded by the Khan family, the ownership group behind the Jacksonville Jaguars and Fulham FC, made a big splash on Tuesday. In addition to the core members of The Elite (Cody Rhodes, the Young Bucks and Hangman Adam Page), the signings of a variety of stars were announced - most notably Chris Jericho and PAC (formerly WWE superstar Neville). Their debut event, Double or Nothing, will happen on May 25 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
WWE breakout stars for 2019
Which wrestlers are poised for a strong push in 2019? Tim Fiorvanti runs down the WWE's options for some key players on the roster.
Honoring 'Mean' Gene Okerlund
Rosenberg: Let me tell you something (about) Mean Gene
Peter Rosenberg reflects on the impact "Mean" Gene Okerlund had on his career and the world of professional wrestling.
WWE announced Friday that Hulk Hogan will appear on Monday Night Raw to pay tribute to the late "Mean" Gene Okerlund. Hogan recently returned to WWE airwaves for the first time in over three years to open up the WWE's Crown Jewel pay-per-view in Saudi Arabia. Hogan last appeared on Monday Night Raw in March 2015.
WWE interviewer 'Mean' Gene Okerlund, 76, dies
"Mean" Gene Okerlund, one of the voices synonymous with professional wrestling as a host, in-ring announcer and interviewer since the mid-1980s, has died at the age of 76.
John Cena reflects on prospect of WWE retirement
As John Cena's WWE career appears to be starting its wind-down, he reflects on the prospect of retirement and the difficulty of balancing multiple careers.
John Cena talks post-WWE life and Patriots football
John Cena sits down to open up on his transition to acting, his interest in the Patriots and Rob Gronkowski as a wrestler.
Shawn Michaels continuing to live his dream at WWE Performance Center
WWE icon Shawn Michaels is giving back to the world of professional wrestling in his role with NXT and the WWE Performance Center. Now training the next generation of stars, he loves having a hand in shaping the future of the business.
Michaels 'unbelievably attached' to coaching his guys
Shawn Michaels shares what he enjoys most about coaching at the WWE Performance Center.