1. Roman Reigns' Injury Creates Much-Needed Sympathy for Character

    Roman Reigns suffered an untimely and unfortunate hernia injury and will be out of action for four to six weeks according to WWE .com's Zach Linder and Brian Pellegatto ...

    Alfred Konuwa Written by Alfred Konuwa about 26 days ago 71,033 reads 134 comments

  2. Breaking Down the Best and Worst of the WWE for Week of Sept. 22

    The best WWE action of the week came courtesy of a melee, a maniac and a man's public suffering. Sheamus remains U.S. champion after delivering a wow-worthy brawl. Mark Henry flourished as an in-ring actor...

    Ryan Dilbert Written by Ryan Dilbert about 26 days ago 9,587 reads 33 comments

  3. WWE Is Succeeding with Its Early Presentation of Hideo Itami

    WWE has stitched a fine red carpet for Hideo Itami , setting him up for success. To introduce the Japanese star previously known as KENTA to NXT and WWE fans, the company ...

    Ryan Dilbert Written by Ryan Dilbert about 26 days ago 28,739 reads 45 comments

  4. Former TNA Star Jesse Neal Addresses Walmart Tweet, WWE Military Memories, More

    On this week's Pancakes and Powerslams show, I had the pleasure of interviewing former TNA star Jesse Neal. Many were wondering what prompted his TNA release, and questions still loomed around a tweet he composed earlier this year...

    Chris Featherstone Written by Chris Featherstone about 26 days ago 28,209 reads 7 comments

  5. A Feud Between John Cena and Dean Ambrose Is Inevitable

    John Cena and Dean Ambrose crossed paths on the September 22 edition of Monday Night Raw. Each man was out for revenge against Seth Rollins, who has been in an intense rivalry ...

    Tom Clark Written by Tom Clark about 26 days ago 86,376 reads 95 comments

  6. WWE Hell in a Cell 2014: Most Intriguing Storylines to Track on Road to PPV

    Author’s Note: This article contains SmackDown Spoilers for the episode set to air Friday, September 26. WWE Hell in a Cell 2014 will see several climactic finishes to long-term feuds while simultaneously featuring new rivalries...

    Alfred Konuwa Written by Alfred Konuwa about 26 days ago 7,083 reads 11 comments

  7. WWE Missed Opportunities: A Look Back at Drew McIntyre

    Welcome to the first edition of what will become a new fixture here on Bleacher Report, WWE Missed Opportunities...

    Travis Wakeman Written by Travis Wakeman about 26 days ago 15,081 reads 37 comments

  8. WWE NXT Results: Biggest Winners, Losers and Moments from September 25

    The September 25 episode of NXT is in the books, and the future of the brand is looking brighter and brighter thanks in large part to strong performances from bright young stars and some solid booking on the part of management...

    Erik Beaston Written by Erik Beaston about 26 days ago 4,495 reads 11 comments

  9. Dolph Ziggler and The Miz Flip-Flopping the Intercontinental Title Means Nothing

    Dolph Ziggler and The Miz have a nice gestating feud going for the Intercontinental Title. It’s a shame that the title itself is being booked poorly. Let’s trace and examine this feud from the beginning...

    Sebastian Maldonado Written by Sebastian Maldonado about 26 days ago 9,448 reads 29 comments

  10. WWE NXT Results: Winners, Grades, Reaction and Highlights from September 25

    The September 25 episode of NXT was one of redemption for some of the brand's top young stars. After falling short of victory at Takeover, they had the opportunity to atone for their losses in some high-profile rematches...

    Erik Beaston Written by Erik Beaston about 26 days ago 10,242 reads 26 comments

  11. Breaking Down Dolph Ziggler's Elite Ability to Sell His Opponents' Offense

    Dolph Ziggler can make a love tap look like a death blow. Nobody on the WWE roster exaggerates the violence he suffers in the ring like The Showoff. The theatrical side of pro wrestling is an art form that he has long since mastered.

    Ryan Dilbert Written by Ryan Dilbert about 26 days ago 11,028 reads 47 comments

  12. Examining How Twitter Both Hurts and Enhances Fan Enjoyment of WWE

    Watching WWE and flipping through Twitter at the same time is like sprinkling both salt and sawdust on a dish. Twitter can add layers to the WWE experience, acting as an echo of a fan's excitement...

    Ryan Dilbert Written by Ryan Dilbert about 26 days ago 6,306 reads 13 comments

  13. Throwback Thursday: Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Gives the CFL a Shot

    Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson made a name for himself as a wrestler and as an actor, but back in 1995, he tried to catch on in the Canadian Football League. Johnson was a defensive tackle for the University of Miami football team from 1991 to 1994...

    Kyle Newport Written by Kyle Newport about 26 days ago 35,138 reads 7 comments

  14. WWE Hell in a Cell 2014: Superstars Who Will Shine Under the PPV Spotlight

    WWE Hell in a Cell is coming up on Sunday, October 26. The event is the follow-up to the September 21 Night of Champions , which was perhaps much better than what many fans had anticipated...

    Tom Clark Written by Tom Clark about 26 days ago 11,106 reads 21 comments

  15. Hell in a Cell Doesn't Need Brock Lesnar to Succeed

    Brock Lesnar may be on a couch rather than in a cage at Hell in a Cell, but the show will be fine without him. WWE has two options to build the card around. The Seth Rollins vs...

    Ryan Dilbert Written by Ryan Dilbert about 27 days ago 16,134 reads 57 comments

  16. Dean Ambrose, WWE Hell in a Cell, Rusev and More from the Cab Fare Mailbag

    The WWE mailbag has returned, and apparently so has Dean Ambrose. He seemed to have grown in popularity during his absence, and if WWE 's hottest Shield alum isn't in WrestleMania main event plans, he should officially be placed on hijack watch...

    Alfred Konuwa Written by Alfred Konuwa about 27 days ago 14,002 reads 24 comments

  17. Brock Lesnar Must Move On from John Cena in WWE Title Picture

    Following Night of Champions, it's time for Brock Lesnar —and his WWE World Heavyweight Championship—to move on from John Cena . Granted, the Lesnar vs...

    Sharon Glencross Written by Sharon Glencross about 27 days ago 35,593 reads 47 comments

  18. 10 Greatest Hell in a Cell Matches in WWE's History

    Hell in a Cell is a match originally intended to serve as the blowoff to WWE's most intense rivalries and feuds. It was the setting for some of the most violent matches to ever occur, not to mention some of the most memorable...

    Erik Beaston Written by Erik Beaston about 27 days ago 90,423 reads 150 comments

  19. Can Anyone Compete with WWE?

    “You’re never going to compete with Vince McMahon. He’ll kill you.” So says Cary Silkin, owner of Ring of Honor until 2011, when the promotion that spawned ...

    Keith Elliot Greenberg Written by Keith Elliot Greenberg about 27 days ago 103,386 reads 213 comments

  20. WWE SmackDown: Spoiler-Free Preview for September 26

    Days after Night of Champions ended, the Sept. 26 edition of WWE SmackDown continues the theme of champions and challengers. Both the tag team titles and Intercontinental Championship will be featured on the show...

    Ryan Dilbert Written by Ryan Dilbert about 27 days ago 20,315 reads 9 comments

  21. WWE NXT: Full Preview, Rumors and More for September 25

    Welcome to Bleacher Report's preview for the September 25 episode of NXT on the WWE Network. Spoilers are already out there, but if you want to know what will happen without having the matches spoiled for you, you're in the right place...

    The Doctor Chris Mueller Written by The Doctor Chris Mueller about 27 days ago 18,374 reads 22 comments

  22. Report: WWE Expecting Dave Batista to Return for WrestleMania 31 Match

    Following the success of Dave Batista 's film Guardians of the Galaxy —as film industry website Box Office Mojo notes, it has made a staggering $314 million domestically ...

    Sharon Glencross Written by Sharon Glencross about 27 days ago 142,809 reads 169 comments

  23. Hideo Itami, Troy McClain and the Latest WWE NXT Developmental News

    Hideo Itami's WWE NXT career is reportedly on the fast track while Troy McClain's is over. Itami is among the prospects at WWE developmental who likely won't be wrestling at Full Sail University for long...

    Ryan Dilbert Written by Ryan Dilbert about 27 days ago 33,198 reads 76 comments

  24. Constructing the Perfect Hell in a Cell Match

    Hammer together malice and ferocity, lacerations and the sound of rattling steel, and you have the perfect Hell in a Cell match. The ideal version of it is an intensified version of a steel cage match...

    Ryan Dilbert Written by Ryan Dilbert about 27 days ago 31,273 reads 55 comments

  25. Analyzing Potential for Randy Orton to Be the Next Anti-Authority Babyface

    When Randy Orton turned heel all the way back at SummerSlam last year, it kicked off another hugely successful run as a heel that has spanned all the way to the present day...

    Aaron Bower Written by Aaron Bower about 27 days ago 46,219 reads 122 comments