Author - Colin Vassallo

Jason Brown from Aroluxe expected to lead TNA

The man who is expected to lead TNA going forward is Jason Brown, the Chief Executive Officer of Aroluxe. Despite the fact that Anthem Sports & Entertainment will own the majority of TNA, Brown from Aroluxe is getting the TNA CEO role on a three year deal according to documents revealed in court last week. Aroluxe is the company in charge of...

Billy Corgan loses temporary restraining order case against TNA

The Tennessean investigative reporter Nate Rau reported just minutes ago that TNA President Billy Corgan lost his temporary restraining order case against TNA as Chancellor Ellen Hobbs Lyle sided with TNA. “Judge strikes down Corgan’s request for a temporary restraining order; Big win for Dixie and TNA,” he wrote on Twitter. Corgan was...

WWE wins big at the W3 Awards

WWE issued a press release today announcing they won 5 Gold and 12 Silver W3 Awards along with the Best In Show award. The WrestleMania 31 campaign won the Best In Show award for WWE’s efforts in social content and marketing. The 5 Gold awards went to WWE.COM for all the features, WWE Network for visual appeal, the WWE App in mobile apps/sites...

Hell In A Cell fallout and Goldberg tonight on Monday Night Raw

Monday Night Raw tonight will have the fallout from last night’s Hell In A Cell, a pay-per-view that crowned two new champions: Brian Kendrick and Charlotte. With the last PPV before Survivor Series now out of the window, Raw needs to assemble three teams featuring five male, five female, and five tag teams that will wrestle their Smackdown...

Hell In A Cell 2016 pay-per-view results

WWE invades the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts for Hell In A Cell, Raw’s second brand-specific pay-per-view of 2016. It’s a special night for the women, especially for Sasha Banks, who will be main eventing the first ever WWE pay-per-view in her home town. CEDRIC ALEXANDER, LINCE DORADO AND SIN CARA VS DREW GULAK, TONY NESE & ARIYA...

The Raw Women’s title match to close the show tonight

Several industry insiders are reporting that the decision was taken late last night for the Raw Women’s title match to go on last tonight, becoming the first ever main event featuring two women. Everything on WWE.COM, including the main graphic and even match listing, now puts Charlotte and Sasha Banks at the very top, suggesting that it’s a...

Hell In A Cell 2016 live on PPV and WWE Network tonight

Live from the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts, WWE presents Hell In A Cell live on pay-per-view and WWE Network. The full card is as follows: Kevin Owens vs Seth Rollins for the WWE Universal title in a HIAC match; Roman Reigns vs Rusev for the United States title in a HIAC match; Sasha Banks vs Charlotte for the WWE Raw Women’s title in a...

Total Nonstop Deletion filming at the Hardy compound postponed

Filming for the Total Nonstop Deletion segment that will be part of an Impact episode in December has been postponed and is likely to be taped sometime next month. The filming will take place in Cameron, North Carolina on the Matt Hardy compound, the same location where The Final Deletion and Delete or Decay were filmed. TND will feature the Tag...

Stephanie McMahon extends WWE talent contract till 2019

In the latest 10-Q documents filed by WWE with the Securities and Exchange Commission, there was a section where Stephanie McMahon’s booking contract was extended for three years effective October 7. Apart from being a Chief Brand Officer, McMahon also has a talent contract with WWE which enables her to appear every week on WWE television. Her...

Survivor Series expanding to four hours

W-O reader Steve Alleyne forwarded an e-mail that Ticketmaster is sending to all Survivor Series ticket holders, alerting them of a new time. The show was originally set for 8PM EST with an advertised time of 7:30PM EST. Now the new time lists 6:30PM EST for a start time of 7PM EST. That means that the Survivor Series will be expanding to four...

Total Bellas season 1 episode 4 rating

Episode four of Total Bellas, titled Bryan’s Breaking Point, pulled in 630,000 viewers, up just 5,000 viewers from last week’s show. The show has averaged around 660,000 viewers so far with two episodes left to go. (Ratings credit: Showbuzzdaily.com)