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Rumble’s First Trailer Introduces a World of Professional Kaiju Wrestling

Nerds love watching gargantuan kaiju beat the snot out of each other almost as much as they love watching professional wrestlers get greased up and brawl in the ring, which makes it surprisingly as hell that a movie like Paramount’s upcoming Rumble wasn’t made years ago. Read More >>

WWE Moves From Sky to BT Sport

There's about to be a seismic shift in one of the cornerstones of the UK's sports entertainment and satellite TV worlds, as Sky is preparing to relinquish UK broadcast rights to the weekly combat-panto that is WWE. That's like the BBC stopping doing weather forecasts or selling Question Time to ITV3. Read More >>

Facebook is Counting on Body Slams to Drive Traffic to the Watch Tab

As Facebook’s big pivot to video continues, the company is partnering with two more production teams in order to wrestle up more original content for its Watch tab. Today, those combatants happen to be Machinima, which is launching a trio of new shows, and the WWE, which is planning a special 12-episode series available exclusively on Facebook Watch. Read More >>

Meet the Man Who Makes WWE Championship Belts in His Garage

In pro wrestling, the moves may be fake choreographed, but the glittering gold-and-leather championship belts are very real. And while most of what happens at the WWE comes out of an enormously wealthy corporate powerhouse, CNN Money shows us the humble origins of those testosterone-cherished waist trophies: Dave Millican's house in Tony, Alabama. Read More >>

RIP Ultimate Warrior: Here are the Wrestling Legend’s Best Moments

Only three days after being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, James Hellwig, better known as the Ultimate Warrior, has died at the age of 54. No cause of death has been revealed yet. To commemorate The Warrior's incredible career, above is a collection of some of his best moments. Read More >>

WWE Has its Own Network Now, And it’s an All-You-Can-Eat Suplex Buffet

At an event at CES, WWE Chairman and frequent in-ring bad guy Vince McMahon announced that his cadre of professional wrestlers were getting their very own digital network. And it's really, really affordable. Read More >>