Ready to rumble? From WWE to AEW, our guide to all the pro wrestling now body-slamming TV

USA TODAYLike a sneak attack with a steel chair, pro wrestling is fighting for your TV time more than ever before. For those devoted to the world of figure-four leg locks, body slams and cage matches, wrestling has long been a TV staple when you knew where to look for ...

October 3rd 2019


Jack Swagger on AEW 'Dynamite': Jake Hager, Former WWE Champion, Comments on Surprise Debut on TNT

NewsweekFormer WWE champion Jack Swagger shocked wrestling fans Wednesday night by making a surprise debut on the premiere edition of All Elite Wrestling's AEW: Dynamite on TNT. Going by his real name, Jake Hager, the wrestler and mixed-martial-artist ...

October 3rd 2019


AEW Dynamite Results: The Good, Bad And Interesting From Episode 1

ForbesMoxley's attack on Omega (which doesn't lead to an automatic disqualification in AEW) left his partners, The Young Bucks undermanned against AEW Champion Chris Jericho and Ortiz and Santana. The Bucks were fantastic in this match but were overcome ...

October 3rd 2019


AEW Dynamite results, recap, grades: Jon Moxley returns, Jack Hager debuts in first TNT episode

CBSSports.comIf it's possible to gauge All Elite Wrestling's future by the quality of its first weekly pro wrestling show, it appears that Wednesday nights are going to be fun from here on out. Five months after its first pay-per-view show, AEW debuted it's live program Dynamite, ...

October 3rd 2019


AEW debuts as a new hope in pro wrestling

Los Angeles TimesThe creative end of AEW will be run by five individuals: founder and CEO Tony Khan, the Southern California brother tag team of the Young Bucks (Matt and Nick Jackson), Canadian wrestling virtuoso Kenny Omega and second generation star Cody Rhodes.

October 3rd 2019