Join Between the Ropes LIVE immediately following WWE Battleground on the WWE Network as we break down a noteworthy show. We’ll look at Kevin Owens vs. John Cena for the United States Championship, discuss Brock Lesnar challenging Seth Rollins and his promise to “burn down suplex city,” and more! Plus, any potential surprises (appearances by Undertaker or Sting?), and your ...Read More »
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WWE Battleground 2015 July 19, 2015 Scottrade Center St. Louis, Missouri If you missed last year’s WWE Battleground click here For all of our coverage of the WWE and SummerSlam click here WWE Battleground Kickoff Show: Renee Young introduced the show. She was joined on commentary by Corey Graves, Booker T, and “Smiling” Byron Saxton. Byron said he’s happier than ...Read More »
FINALLY, WWE has come back to St.Louis!!! This Sunday, Battleground will be live in my hometown. This show in my opinion will not only be a great one, but will also set the table for Summer Slam in a major way.Read More »
Wrestling Fix: Cody Rhodes explains why he returned as Stardust, John Cena says he’ll never quit WWE and more links
Enjoy what we do? Support Between the Ropes on Patreon! Your generous donation will help keep our lights on, and make it possible for us to do even more! Wrestling fans everywhere will thank you. WWE Cody Rhodes pens a very, very personal letter to his father, the late “American Dream” Dusty Rhodes. In it, Rhodes explains why he returned ...Read More »
Wrestling Fix: Daniel Bryan says he’s not retiring, Seth Rollins explains Curb Stomp ban, MVP out of TNA and more links
Enjoy what we do? Support Between the Ropes on Patreon! Your generous donation will help keep our lights on, and make it possible for us to do even more! Wrestling fans everywhere will thank you. THE BIG STORY: Rumors swirled yesterday that Daniel Bryan told a radio show that his time was over. Not true. Bryan refuted the rumors on ...Read More »
It’s easy to get bogged down in the negativity that exists online when it comes to the world of professional wrestling. Let’s put a pause on the bad stuff, all the complaints, criticisms, rants, and rundowns. Instead, let’s come up for a breath of fresh air, sift through the week that was, and accentuate the positives. Here are your top ...Read More »
Wrestling Fix: Jushin Liger appearing at Brooklyn NXT, Kurt Angle undergoes emergency surgery and more links
Enjoy what we do? Support Between the Ropes on Patreon! Your generous donation will help keep our lights on, and make it possible for us to do even more! Wrestling fans everywhere will thank you. The Big Story: New Japan Pro-Wrestling star Jushin “Thunder” Liger is headed to NXT Takeover: Brooklyn Saturday, August 22. This story is intriguing as NJPW ...Read More »
It’s time for WWE to consider an offseason. Superstars such as Tyson Kidd, Erick Rowan, Hideo Itami, and Sami Zayn are all missing serious time due to injuries suffered in the ring. Vince McMahon has been known as an advocate for running his company year round. The WWE schedule involves working at least four shows a week across the globe ...Read More »
WWE SmackDown July 16, 2015 Legacy Arena Birmingham, Alabama If you missed last week’s edition of WWE SmackDown click here For all of our coverage on the WWE and Battleground click here Roman Reigns & Bray Wyatt In-Ring Segment: Reigns says this whole thing started when Wyatt screwed him at MITB, and ever since he’s been involved in his match ...Read More »
Pro wrestling is a grueling career. They put their bodies on the line every night. It’s far from the office job me and you have. Muscles are pulled, bones broken, and bruises the size of our faces happen on a daily basis. Training is tougher than we could imagine. So as you can imagine, downtime is vitally important. We ourselves ...Read More »