The wrestling entrance has come a long way. It went from the typical into an absolute spectacle complete with fireworks, Titantron montages and dazzling light shows. Wrestling entrances have become so popular that other sports, especially MMA, mimic their style.
There’s something about a girl in a mini-skirt skipping around a wrestling ring that’s very appealing to males. Whether you’re into her looks, her character or you just dig crazy chicks, A.J. is the most popular female — perhaps, the most popular person — in the WWE right now.
There are a lot of popular wrestlers in WWE, but there aren't a lot who come to the ring in T-shirts that were made for them by fans, swatting at bubbles being showered onto the entrance ramp by fans who brought their own bubble-guns to the arena.
Wrestlers popping out from beneath the ring has always been a fun way to shake up the average wrestling match. It's impossible to predict or telegraph this kind of emergence, because so much can go wrong, but there are plenty of ways to use such a device...
Jim 'The Anvil' Neidhart was part of the Legends of Wrestling celebration hosted by the Miami Marlins last week. Here's video of The Anvil twitching and juking his way through an interview alongside his former tag team partner Bret 'The Hitman' Hart...
Professional wrestling has been built around the most athletic, bulky, and meanest looking dudes the world has to offer, but every once in a blue moon someone out of "the mold" makes a name in the business.
Dean Ambrose, the current WWE United States Champion, and a member of 'The Shield' took time out of a current East coast tour to talk with NJ 101.5 about breaking into the wrestling business, his dream opponent and the response of the fans to his recent WWE run.