Almost two years after I wrote two articles about CM Punk's return to professional wrestling, I find myself, once again, writing about his comeback. After the infamous post-PPV press conference and "Brawl Out at All Out," Punk was sent home from the company and hasn't been seen since. Now, with time healing all wounds and... Continue Reading →
How AEW Can Fix Jonathan Gresham
Let me preface this by saying that I'm a really big fan of Jonathan Gresham. I think that, in terms of technical prowess, he has very few peers as a wrestler. Bryan Danielson, Zack Sabre Jr., and that's probably about it. Maybe one more that I'm not thinking of, but I'm pretty sure that's it.... Continue Reading →
MJF Is the Most Important Free Agent in Pro Wrestling History
The only thing we know for sure about Maxwell Jacob Friedman's future in professional wrestling is that it is bright. The decision he makes, whether it's now or in 2024, could change the future of the industry forever.
The “Hangman” Page Experiment Was A Success, Actually
If I'm going to write a post-mortem on the AEW World Championship reign of "Hangman" Adam Page, I don't think that it's fair to say that "you need to take the good with the bad." If I'm being honest, and I may not be in the majority here, I never thought anything from Page's reign... Continue Reading →
Ranking the AEW Debuthausens
Ryan breaks down all of the biggest debuts in All Elite Wrestling's history and ranks them objectively.
Adam Cole (Baybay) Is AEW’s Biggest Signing
IT'S ALL ABOUT THE BOOM. How Adam Cole, not CM Punk, is AEW's biggest signing to date.
AEW Is Taking a Big Risk With CM Punk Teases
Ryan is very excited about the seemingly imminent CM Punk debut in AEW... but he's also very anxious about the ramifications if it doesn't happen.
How AEW Should Book CM Punk
Ryan has decided he believes there's fire under all that "CM Punk to AEW" smoke, and he's fantasy booking.
Five AEW/WWE Dream Matches I Need to See
Our resident MARK details five AEW vs. WWE matches he wish he could see.
How AEW Should Fix the Jon Moxley Problem
Mr. BroSports has an idea for what AEW can do to make up for Jon Moxley's absence at ALL OUT.