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WWE Rumor Roundup: Bobby Lashley to Become New Champion?, Brock Lesnar Return, Shayna Baszler to Challenge Asuka

1. Bobby Lashley Expected to Become WWE Champion at Backlash Bobby Lashley takes on Drew McIntyre for the...

WWE SmackDown: New Women’s Tag Team Champions Crowned

After weeks of issues between Alexa Bliss, Nikki Cross, Bayley and Sasha Banks, the Women's Tag Team Championships were put on the...

CM Punk Takes Shot at AJ Styles on Twitter

CM Punk is a highly outspoken individual and never minces words when expressing his thoughts on social media or on-screen. The former...

Brock Lesnar Likely to Return at WWE SummerSlam 2020

Brock Lesnar had a rocking 2020 in WWE, as he appeared on almost all the RAW episodes leading up to WrestleMania including...

UFC Defeats WWE For The First Time In History, WWE Set To Launch Third Podcast

WWE’s ratings have taken a massive dip in the last few years, similar to most of the other long-running shows. Along with the TV ratings, the turnouts at their events haven’t been promising either, and according to the latest report by Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Obveser Radio, the signs are worrying for the company.

According to Meltzer, UFC put WWE behind in ticket sales for the first time in their existence and hit 10k+ gate numbers much more often that WWE could. UFC is also lacking top stars in the division currently, and hence, their numbers are rather encouraging. WWE, on the other hand, has a vast roster at its disposal but is unable to utilize it correctly.

“This is nowhere close to the worst year for attendance numbers for WWE. The mid-90’s were much, much worse than now, but it’s the first time that UFC had more shows that did over 10,000 than WWE and they almost doubled them.”

WWE’s numbers may be on a downward spiral, but they are still raking in billion-dollar TV deals, and have a solid ten-year deal with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which has allowed them to continue business as usual.

WWE has a vast roster currently, and is still in the market for new individuals. Superstars like John Morrison and Edge are rumored to return to the ring in WWE soon, which would increase the wage bill even further for Vince McMahon.

WWE is not looking to stop only at wrestling shows, as they are venturing into new territories with their podcasts. Corey GravesAfter The Bell podcast and New Day‘s Feel the Power podcast have already debuted with praise from the fans, which has led to WWE commissioning yet another podcast, which will be hosted by Alexa Bliss.

According to PWInsider, Bliss will be recording a pilot episode for the podcast soon, and more details will be revealed later. There is no word about the launch date or the name of the show, but more information will follow soon.


Angel Garza Talks About Mexican Wrestler Who Influenced Him

Former WWE Cruiserweight Champion Angel Garza is one of the many Mexican wrestlers who have made their way to the main roster...

Adam Cole Aims to Extend His NXT Championship Reign as Long as Possible

Current WWE NXT Champion Adam Cole has just celebrated having the longest reign of any NXT Champion in history.

Otis Reveals Locker Room Reaction to Roman Reigns’ Absence

Current Mr. Money In The Bank, Otis, recently gave an interview to SportsKeeda where he talked about how the locker room is...

Bray Wyatt Wants to Play Zoltan in Netflix’s The Witcher

Looks like Bray Wyatt is a Witcher fan. The Witcher is a popular fantasy series written by the Polish...

WWE Cancels Shows in Japan

The WWE has officially announced that they are cancelling shows in Japan next month. WWE was supposed to be...