AEW Fight Forever: All Elite Wrestling Debuts Trailer and Info on Debut Video Game

All Elite Wrestling (AEW) and THQNordic unveiled a new trailer and game play information for the highly anticipated AEW: Fight Forever video game.

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WWE SummerSlam 2022 Preview

The first pay-per-view premium live event of the Triple H creative era is upon us. Here’s what you need to know heading into Saturday’s WWE SummerSlam from Nashville, TN.

The Stuff You Need to Know

When: Saturday, July 30, 2022

Where: Nissan Stadium, Home of the Tennessee Titans, in Nashville, TN

Time: Pre-show starts at 7P, Main Card starts at 8P. All times are Eastern

How to Watch: Peacock in the United States, WWE Network or traditional PPV elsewhere

Betting odds are provided by Bet Online.

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Art of War Cage Fighting All-Star Weekend to Return in 2023

One of the Northeast’s preeminent mixed martial arts promotions, Art of War (AOW) has announced the return of their popular AOW All-Star Weekend in February 2023. A venue for the event will be announced in the coming days according to AOW promoter Mike Bickings.

AOW All-Star Weekend 2022 was a massive success for the promotion. The two-night event sold out back-to-back nights at Live! Casino and Resort in South Philadelphia, PA.

All-Star Weekend 2023 will once again feature two-nights of fights.

AOW alums include UFC veteran Andre Petroski and recent DWCS 47 star Joe “BodyBagz” Pyfer.

Former AOW Champion & Current UFC Fighter Andre Petroski with AOW Promoter Mike Bickings./Photo: Art of War Cage Fighting
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AEW Sets Date for Debut in Canada

All Elite Wrestling (AEW) is going north of the border, eh. 

The promotion announced their Canadian debut during Wednesday’s episode of AEW Dynamite on TBS.  AEW will air Dynamite and Rampage from the Coca-Cola Coliseum in Toronto, Ontario on October 12 and 13, respectively. There were reportedly plans to tour Canada in mid-to-late 2020, however the tour was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  AEW President and CEO Tony Khan made it known that a Canadian tour was coming but it was just a matter of when.  The “when” now has a date. 

Tickets for the two-night event go on-sale this Friday.

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AEW World Trios Championship to Debut at All Out

All Elite Wrestling is adding another title to the company portfolio. As announced on Wednesday’s AEW Dynamite, the long awaited AEW World Trios Championship will be awarded at AEW All Out on Labor Day weekend.

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Philly Fighter Joe “Bodybagz” Pyfer Dominates on Dana White’s Contender Series, Earns UFC Contract

Local product Joe “BodyBagz” Pyfer has had one hell of a month.

First, Pyfer, along with UFC veteran Andre Petroski, was inducted in the Art of War Cagefighting (AOW) Hall of Fame at AOW 25. He followed up his induction with a dominate performance on Dana White’s Contender Series.

Pyfer knocked out Ozzy Diaz in the second round of their middleweight bout. The TKO victory earned Pyfer the only UFC contract given out at DWCS 47.

The always brash Dana White, in a message to next week’s fighters, commented on why Pyfer was the only fighter from Tuesday’s show inked to a deal.

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BREAKING NEWS: WWE WrestleMania 40 is Headed to Philly

Major breaking news this morning, WWE has announced that WrestleMania is returning to Philadelphia. WrestleMania 40, a two-night extravaganza, will take place on April 6 and April 7, 2024 at Lincoln Financial Field.

Philadelphia last hosted WrestleMania in 1999, WrestleMania XV from the then CoreStates Center. The main event featured the first of the “Stone Cold” Steve Austin-Rock ‘Mania match ups.

Vince McMahon Retires from WWE Amid Scandal

“Holy shit!”

-WWE Universe (probably)

World Wrestling Entertainment CEO and chairman Vince McMahon announced his retirement on Friday. The publicly traded sports entertainment organization confirmed the move in a press release through their corporate website. Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan have been named co-CEO’s according to The Wrestling Observer’s Andrew Zarian.

McMahon has been in charge of the company since purchasing the then World Wrestling Federation from his father, Vincent J. McMahon, in February 1980. He oversaw the revival and mainstream acceptance of professional wrestling in the 1980’s with the creation of WrestleMania and the forward thinking of booking Hulk Hogan as his biggest star.  In the mid-to-late 1990’s, after nearly losing the business due to a steroid scandal, McMahon was able to once again create mainstream acceptance for his product which he refered to as “sports entertainment.” The rise of the WWF came to a head on October 19, 1999 when the company became a publically traded entity on the New York Stock Exchange.

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Happy Anniversary to the nWo

July 7,1996. The date that would shake the foundation of professional wrestling.

The world would never be the same!

Hulk Hogan betrayed his legions of Hulkamamiacs and joined forces with the two “outsiders”, Scott Hall and Kevin Nash, to wage war in World Championship Wrestling.

The New World Order was born

You know what they say… when you’re nWo, your nWo 4-life!