WWE Hell In A Cell returned a few months early this year, with two Cell matches. It was a big night and here is the report card with grades.
It's our go home SmackDown In A Nutshell, and though it may be on Sunday, Hell In A Cell comes early for some on Friday night!
Heavyweight contenders Matt Mitrione and Tyrell Fortune will square off in a featured attraction at Bellator 262 in July.
With SummerSlam near, here is the latest Edge update about his status. And, congratulations to Brandi and Cody Rhodes on their new baby.
Odds-on favorite Rory MacDonald was dealt a split decision defeat, but still advanced to the playoff round of the PFL season.
WWE and Vince McMahon are being sued for alleged insider trading over their deal with Saudi Arabia by one of its shareholders.
The undisputed super welterweight title will be on the line in July when three-belt champion Jermell Charlo faces Brian Castano.
Recent comments by Triple H have caused Tony Khan to label those beliefs as crazy. And, Vince McMahon's new favorite is a bit shocking.
MJF and Sammy Guevara got in quite the Twitter war recently, over Sasha Banks. Plus, WWE is pondering more themed events, soon.
Former UFC champion Vitor Belfort will meet Oscar De La Hoya in an exhibition match this summer that is sure to draw eyes.
Over the years, there were many wrestlers in WWE and other promotions that absolutely hated losing. But which hated it the most?
Two-division UFC champion Amanda Nunes has been nominated for a pair of ESPY awards against the best athletes in the world.
Good news for Sonya Deville fans! She's training for an in-ring return! Plus, is the WWE gearing up for another King of the Ring tourney?
The epic third encounter between champion Tyson Fury and former champion Deontay Wilder is sure to heat up this summer.
Reigning Bellator featherweight champion Patricio PItbull puts his title on the line vs. AJ McKee in the grand prix finals.
After some fans got after her online, Superstars offered support for Piper Niven. Plus, in big news, AEW is taking over the Big Apple soon.
Today, we take a look at some big WWE superstars who are now completely unrecognizable. But what happened to them?
Former UFC champions Georges St-Pierre and Lyoto Machida will be part of Karate Combat on CBS Sports beginning July 1.
Check out a couple of fight replays featuring the UFC Vegas 29 main event fighters Chan Sung Jung and Dan Ige.