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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...

WWE Hall Of Famer Howard Finkel Passes Away, WWE Stars Pay Tribute

It was announced earlier today that Howard Finkel, who had one of the most iconic voices in WWE had passed away at the age of 69. The legendary announcer joined WWE back in 1977 and became the company’s first full-time broadcaster in 1979, before the following year when WWE was officially established, Finkel became the company’s first employee.

Finkel was part of every WrestleMania event from 1985 until 2016 and was one of the longest-tenured WWE superstars in the history of the company. After he was replaced as a ring announcer, he transitioned into a backstage role with the company where he was able to be part of many up and coming stars journeys into WWE.

There has been no official cause of death revealed for the long-time announcer, who’s voice and legacy will continue to live on in WWE as each ring announcer continues to punctuate “Annnnnd Neeeeew” whenever there’s a significant title change, a piece that Finkel made iconic throughout his tenure.

Finkel took his rightful place in the WWE Hall of Fame back in 2009 and was someone that had inspired a number of up and coming stars throughout his career, many of which have paid tribute to Finkel after the sad news was revealed by WWE earlier today.

It’s been a rough few months for WWE who were forced to move WrestleMania to the Performance Center earlier this month and were then forced to cut a number of long-tenured WWE talents yesterday after Vince McMahon made it clear that their hand had been forced.

It’s going to get much worse before it gets better for WWE, but the news of one of the most popular stars in the company both on and off-screen passing away has just added to a terrible week for the wrestling world as a whole.


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

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

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WWE Cancels Shows in Japan

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