Ronda Rousey gave a touching tribute to WWE legend—and dad—Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart, who died early Monday morning from injuries sustained in a fall at his Florida home.
It feels like just yesterday, we were watching our favorite WWE wrestlers rock it out in cage matches and beat one another senseless. But many of them have graduated from their days in the ring and are off to new endeavors. Ever wonder what happened to Kane, Catus Jack, and Ivory? Luckily, we’ve got answers. Here’s where five of our favorite WWE stars are today.
Ronda Rousey broke the rules again when she showed up at "WWE Monday Night Raw," where she went beast mode on Alexa Bliss and Mickie James.
WWE star and winner of “Tough Enough III” Matt Cappotelli has died after a yearlong battle with a malignant brain tumor. He was 38. Cappotelli’s wife Lindsay shared the news in a Facebook post to a group dedicated to Cappotelli. “Today my love — my strong, sweet, beautiful love — took his last breath at […]
Cena isn’t just as strong as he looks — he’s stronger. Ever wonder how he gets so ripped? Yeah, same here. Luckily, the answers are revealed in this week’s episode of "Off Season."
The apparent breakup and apparent reunion of John Cena and Nikki Bella has given some fans a case of whiplash. Here are a few reasons people are suspicious.
We all know that Rousey is extremely fit, and it's no surprise that it takes serious dedication to become that strong and healthy, especially when training for a big fight.
Nicknamed "The Italian Superman," the powerful Sammartino was the second-ever WWE Champion, defeating Buddy Rogers at Madison Square Garden in 1963 for the belt.
The lineup for this Sunday's WrestleMania 34 is stacked. But how many of its matches would make the ultimate WrestleMania card?
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Former professional wrestling champion "Luscious" Johnny Valiant has died after being struck crossing a street in a Pittsburgh suburb.
Cena appeared on Friday’s ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ where he also opened up about getting Bella’s permission for his nude scenes.
The day so many in the WWE Universe hoped they would see is actually upon us: Daniel Bryan is an active Superstar once more. The fan favorite and current “SmackDown Live” general manager has been medically cleared by WWE to wrestle again — and just in time for WrestleMania 34. Bryan does not yet have an opponent for next month’s WrestleMania 34, but you better believe Vince McMahon & co. are scrambling to make that happen.
On "WWE Monday Night RAW," Rowdy Ronda Rousey announced she'll be wrestling her boss, Stephanie McMahon, when she makes her debut at WrestleMania 34, but it won't be a one-on-one match.
The former wrestling star — real name Tamara Lynn Sytch — was picked up in New Jersey on the aforementioned charge (which actually hails from Pennsylvania), as well as “Contempt – Disobedience / Resistance,” with an initial bail set at $2,500, TheWrap has confirmed. TheWrap spoke with an employee at the Monmouth County Correctional Facility on Friday, who confirmed Sytch was arrested Tuesday, and is currently being held on two separate counts of “failure to appear in court” in New Jersey. The former WWE Diva left the wrestling organization in 1998, though she returned occasionally before being inducted into the organization’s Hall of Fame in 2011.
On Sunday night’s WWE "No Mercy 2017," John Cena was defeated by Roman Reigns in what appears to be a passing of the torch for the superstar.
The WWE's first women's tournament, the Mae Young Classic, kicked off on Aug. 28. Here's our match-by-match recap of Round 1.
The WWE's Mae Young Classic women's tournament is coming. Meet the 32 female wrestlers who'll be battling it out in the ring.