As it is usual with this kind of event, the WWE has already recorded what we will be able to watch through the WWE Network on August 28 when the first four episodes of the Mae Young Classic become available to stream, so below you can find the full list of matches for the first round of this 32-women single-elimination championship. We also have the results, but those are hidden within “spoi...[Read More]
Since I had to figure out a way to title this article and I’m not entirely convinced it explains itself properly, let me tell you, this article is composed of two different situations that are happening with the upcoming WWE 2K18 game, the first one is that the game has been announced for the Nintendo Switch; the second one is about all the upgrades that have been announced for the game itse...[Read More]
For a few weeks now we’ve been getting some notifications about competitors for the upcoming Mae Young Classic women’s tournament from WWE, a tournament that has gathered the best 32 women’s talent and will be streaming, exclusively, through the WWE Network.
No kidding, this was the name of a 2017 PPV… Another awesome idea of Vince’s “inner” child. But leaving aside all the dirty jokes (no, we won’t) this was a pretty great event! May be the best B-class PPV of 2017 so far! So, let’s take a look at it.
As most of you know, WWE hosts many live events around the world, events that do not get broadcasted on TV and that are mostly to get people all around the world to say “present” at WWE events, get to see their favorite superstars, and have a great time. During these events, wrestlers have more creative freedom, but championships, even though get normally contested, do not change hands...[Read More]
During this week’s Monday Night RAW, we got to watch the women’s division main event with a Gauntlet Match for a title opportunity at the upcoming RAW-exclusive PPV Great Balls of Fire; however, there are rumors going on about who will be competing for this championship at Summerslam, and you can check out the details below.
Money in The Bank came and went, and just like a hurricane, left impact after passing. And right now, the women’s division, not only at SmackDown but in all WWE, and the whole company is on emergency state.
Last week we got to know that Seth Rollins was going to be at ESPN’s SportsCenter in order to make an announcement, we were all especulating about it having something to do with WWE 2K18, and we were not wrong, as it has now been officially announced that he is the face of 2018’s entry in the WWE 2K franchise.
The first time I witnessed a WWE live show was on February 13, 2010. By that time, I was only 15, and had been a wrestling fan since I was 11 or 12 years old. However, living in Costa Rica, even imagining watching a WWE live event was a dream almost unrealizable. My family did not have the means to travel to the United States just to indulge a childhood whim, and (at least until then) in Connectic...[Read More]
The upcoming SmackDown exclusive pay-per-view Money in the Bank is shaping up to be rather great, and tonight we got one announcement that definitely took us all by surprise, as there’s going to be a women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match during this event.
The past week was the Backlash weekend (is that even a thing?) and the expectations were, let’s say “mixed”: Nakamura’s debut, Kevin Owens vs AJ Styles that could be a match of the year candidate, The Welcoming Committee, Mahal as main eventer (I said mixed opinions!). And of course, the always hell of a show that TakeOver has become in recent years. So, what happened? Were both shows good? Bad? L...[Read More]
Tonight’s SmackDown Live! started with the biggest news it could’ve brought right after Backlash as Shane O’Mac introduced 5 participants for the upcoming PPV Money in the Bank‘s main event, and you can check out who will participate in this match below.