This is a question that intersects at two of the things I’m both knowledgeable about, and passionate in documenting. The life of veterans after military service. And World Wrestling Entertainment or WWE. And more specifically, how does the father of the WWE as we know it, Vince McMahon, treat veterans?
World Wrestling Entertainment has always been good to us. For years, they’ve held their Christmas show for the troops and at every opportunity, there is a vignette or display of appreciation for our service members. This year the WWE is offering U.S. military servicemembers and veterans a complimentary ticket for
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson returned to WWE television on Friday night, receiving the loudest pop you’ll hear on wrestling TV this year when he walked out unannounced on Smackdown in Boulder, Colorado. But when he began his promo with Austin Theory and Pat McAfee, the audio began cutting out. You
Monday Night RAW debuted a new intro this week, following what has been a very busy month involving Summer Slam and Payback. Fan speculation is always rampant when these intros tend to drop, with fantasy booking and the future of WWE superstars always being questioned. Here are some quick conclusions