All In: How The Fans Bought into Professional Wrestling

Cody Runnells, Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson have come a long way from their humble beginnings. Runnells went from being comfortable in WWE as Cody Rhodes to leaving the company and joining The Bullet Club as The American Nightmare. He’s become a former Ring of Honor Champion and New Japan Pro Wrestling member ever since. … Continue reading All In: How The Fans Bought into Professional Wrestling

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Open Letter: All In on The Bullet Club

Dear wrestling fans of all ages, There’s no better time to go all in than now for The Bullet Club. The storied wrestling faction survived many incarnations ever since Fergal Devitt (now known as Finn Balor in WWE) created the group in New Japan Pro Wrestling. AJ Styles and Kenny Omega would assume leadership of … Continue reading Open Letter: All In on The Bullet Club

Cody Rhodes: Redefining a Dream

June 23 can become a date for the record books in professional wrestling. Cody Rhodes will take on Christopher Daniels for the Ring of Honor World Heavyweight Championship at Best in the World Pay-Per-View. It will be Rhodes’ first one-on-one shot for the prestigious ROH world title. It’s been a revisionist road for Rhodes, and … Continue reading Cody Rhodes: Redefining a Dream

WCPW: The Significance of WhatCulture Pro Wrestling

WhatCulture Pro Wrestling (WCPW) is the little engine that is thriving, and the world has taken notice. The wrestling league seemingly came out of nowhere. They’ve survived under the radar from World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). WCPW isn’t the No. 2 league or even at No. 3. Those spots belong to New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) … Continue reading WCPW: The Significance of WhatCulture Pro Wrestling