MLW’s big show, Kings of Colosseum, debuts on YouTube tonight(July 8, 2019) for free after airing live on Bein Sports. Advertisements
Night one of the G1 Climax 29 took place in Dallas Texas on July 6th, 2019, and saw five singles matches from the A Block. See full results HERE.
Tonight(Saturday June 29, 2019) is the second show for the young promotion, All Elite Wrestling, after Double or Nothing. This is my review of the Fyter Fest show and the Buy In […]
Today(Saturday, May 4th, 2019) it has been announced that former Intercontinental champion Chris Jericho will face Kazuchika Okada for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship in the main event of Dominion on June 9th.
This week on Being The Elite; Kenny Omega makes a signing for AEW, Cody is on the road to recovery, Hangman Page is getting into “Full Gear” shape and The Young Bucks […]
Mark Callaway has performed as The Undertaker for over 28 years in the WWF/WWE after wrestling for WCW and around the US.
This week on “The Road to Double Or Nothing”, Jericho wants a “Thank You” from Kenny Omega and AEW, Brandi Rhodes announces that Double Or Nothing will be the first ever sensory […]
I recently recieved February’s Wrestle Crate from Wrestle Crate UK and once again, they did not disappoint.
This week on Being The Elite, Matt and Nick head to AAW to respond to the beating they received from The Lucha Bros at the Pool Party, Cody gives us an update […]
The all-female wrestling promotion, Women of Wrestling, returns to AXS TV this Friday night(February 22nd, 2019) at 9pm EST.
In this episode of “AEW – The Road to Double Or Nothing”, we meet a friend of The Young Bucks, who’s wife makes outfits for the wrestlers. This friend used to wrestle […]
Episode 139 of Being The Elite is available and highlights; Kenny Omega signs with AEW, Joey Janela, Joey Ryan, Cody and Maxwell Jacob Friedman and The Young Bucks tease another trip to […]
The road to Double Or Nothing series is brought to you by the “Nightmare Family” YouTube channel.
Being The Elite has been uploaded one day early this week and is available right now.
This week AXS TV starts its coverage of New Japan Pro Wrestling’s “New Beginning In Sapporo 2019.” The tour originally took place on February 2nd and 3rd, live on njpwworld.