Daniel Bryan: The Return We Needed

This week witnessed the revelation that many wrestling fans wanted to hear: Daniel Bryan is back. The WWE SmackDown Live General Manager retired due to concussion-related issues. Bryan hasn’t been active for three years. His last appearance as a wrestler was at WrestleMania 31, where he won the Intercontinental title in a ladder match. Bryan … Continue reading Daniel Bryan: The Return We Needed


Open Letter: WWE’s Lack of Communication

Dear WWE and the WWE Universe, Believe it or not, you’re in better shape than you think. The Mae Young Classic recently took place (don’t worry, no spoilers from me). Your shows are going well, and the current WWE landscape is looking promising for SummerSlam. It’s disappointing when you hear a show is cancelled with … Continue reading Open Letter: WWE’s Lack of Communication

WWE: Dropping the Brass Ring

Sometimes you have an idea that sounds great in your head, but it doesn’t translate well when you present it. That is the case of WWE’s latest mishap. No, it’s not about the Women’s Money in the Bank match. That featured Carmella winning with James Ellsworth climbing up the ladder to retrieve the briefcase. They’ll … Continue reading WWE: Dropping the Brass Ring

WWE Draft Aftermath: Patience is a Virtue

The WWE Draft provides a world of mystery and unpredictability for World Wrestling Entertainment. It also comes with its fair share of controversy. The roster has been split to Raw and SmackDown Live, which will air Monday and Tuesday nights respectively. Commissioner Stephanie McMahon and General Manager Mick Foley will run Raw. On Tuesday nights, … Continue reading WWE Draft Aftermath: Patience is a Virtue