The Five-Count: The NXT Divas Do It Again

Welcome back to The Five-Count! After a brief hiatus due to the biggest party of the summer, this (almost) weekly feature here on WrestlingNewsWorld.com is back as we gear up for Night of Champions. I usually love the post-SummerSlam PPV and storylines that develop as the lovely season of fall draws closer and closer. With […]

Reviewing WWE Summerslam

Sunday night saw the twenty eighth Summerslam take place from the Barclay’s Center in New York city. Following on from the previous night’s awesome NXT Takeover: Brooklyn special (Which you can get my thoughts on here) expectations for this event from fans were at a high. That’s maybe where fans need to realize the philosophy […]

WWE SummerSlam 2015 Statistics – Part 2

As revealed last week, I’m replacing The Five-Count with a special look at SummerSlam statistics this weekend before the big show. I published Part 1 last weekend, which you can read HERE. This second half will feature The Undertaker vs. Brock Lesnar and much more. Singles Match Cesaro W/L Record: (1-1) Years competed: 2012, 2014 […]

WWE SummerSlam 2015 Statistics – Part 1

This weekend won’t feature you’re typical Five-Count that is written on Sunday. As I did with Elimination Chamber and Money in the Bank, I’m going to provide you with a statistics article on SummerSlam. I will go down the card examining each match participant’s SummerSlam history and win/loss records. Before the PPV next weekend, I will […]

The Smackdown Breakdown – You Bring Your Lunatic, I’ll Bring My Brother

Welcome once again Wrestling News World fans to another edition of the Smackdown Breakdown. It’s been another sad week in the world of wrestling, as literally minutes after I posted last weeks Smackdown Breakdown and began sharing it on social media, the news of the death of “Rowdy” Roddy Piper started to trickle through. I […]

The Five-Count: The Dead Man Rises Again

Superstar of the Week: Roman Reigns My selection for this week’s Superstar of the Week may surprise some people. A week ago at Battleground, Roman Reigns went one-on-one with Bray Wyatt. I wasn’t being positive about the match in the weeks leading up to the show. Why? I don’t really know. I was tired of […]

The Beast Versus The Reaper – Summerslam’s Main Event

Since the night that shocked the world took place on April 6th 2014 at Wrestlemania 30 as Brock Lesnar did the unthinkable and ended the Undertaker’s undefeated Wrestlemania streak, there has been much spoken about whether or not there would ever be a chance of a rematch and vengeance for the dead man. Over a […]

Q&A With WWE Artist & Set Designer Ben Tallon

Ben Tallon is a British illustrator and art-director who in April of this year became a published author. His book Champagne and Wax Crayons: Riding the Madness of the Creative Industry has a 5 star rating on Amazon and has gained cult status as a must-read for anyone seeking success in a creative industry, whether […]

What Justin Bieber Could Have Done For WWE

It was revealed that this week the WWE had been in negotiations to have pop star Justin Bieber compete in a match for the company. When this news was released I could hear the collective grown of the WWE Universe, mixed with a sigh of relief that the company perhaps dodged a bullet that would […]

SummerSlam In NY/NJ Next Year, More Celebrities Backstage

– A video package aired during tonight’s pay-per-view announcing that SummerSlam will take place in New York/New Jersey next year. SummerSlam has taken place in Los Angeles the last six years. New York! New Jersey! We'll see you next year for #SummerSlam! http://t.co/kNQfZpeFI4 — WWE SummerSlam (@SummerSlam) August 18, 2014 The video package can be […]