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Window-Shopping on the Road to ‘WrestleMania’

How did the Royal Rumble match come to be, and what exactly does surviving it do for the winners? We take a deep dive into 200-plus years of history to find out.

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Flair for the Gold?

Current WWE ‘SmackDown’ Women’s champion Charlotte Flair’s 14th world championship reign might be the most important for her career and the future of women’s titles

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The Kayfabemetrics Institute’s First Annual Award Show of Awards From Other Award Shows

It’s like ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ threw an award show for WWE superstars

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A Few Good Men: How the Usos’ Dominance Revives the Tag Team Division in WWE

The Usos aren’t where they are just because they’re Roman Reigns’s family. In 2022, their work helped elevate an oft-neglected section of pro wrestling.

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Wrestlevision: What the Time Between ‘Survivor Series’ and the ‘Royal Rumble’ Could Mean for the Future of WWE PLEs

In the midst of the first WWE pay-per-view drought in some time, we look back at the history of WWE PPVs to gain insight on what could change in the future

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The Bloodline Blueprint: The Building Blocks of WWE’s Most Dominant Faction

If you want to understand the importance of Roman Reigns, Sami Zayn, and the Bloodline as a faction today, you have to see where all of these individuals were almost a decade ago

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Triple H’s First Stand

Ahead of Triple H’s massive ‘Survivor Series’ reboot, we examine his approach to WWE television compared to the previous regime

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Resetting AEW After Full Gear

Plus, the guys debate whether Darby Allin is better than Jeff Hardy

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Bank Runs: How Austin Theory May Change the Future of Money in the Bank Failures

After losing to Seth Rollins in a doomed cash-in for the U.S. title, Austin Theory’s post–Money in the Bank feels more like a great turning point for the up-and-comer

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Braun Strowman’s Monster Mash

Braun Strowman and Omos, two of WWE’s current "monsters," lock horns at WWE Crown Jewel, allowing us to examine if either can rise as high as the GOAT monster of all time, Vader