Professional wrestling has lost an icon. Mae Young has died at the age of 90, the WWE confirmed Tuesday.
Chris continues his coverage of the scandals following New Jersey Governor Chris Christie as well as a court ruling allowing a girl to join the boys wrestling team and the saga of the “Swiss Cheese Pervert” in Mayfair. He talks to Victor Fiorillo from Philadelphia Magazine and Gayle Trotter from the Independent Women’s Forum.
The WWE has issued a formal statement about why Wrestlemania is not coming to Philadelphia.
A teenager with big dreams is fighting her way to the top. But she’s facing her biggest challenge yet — getting onto the boys wrestling team.
Bruno Sammartino’s roots are deeply entrenched in Italy and in Pittsburgh, but he belongs to the world—especially to any kid growing up in the 1960s or 70s that had to rush in front of the TV on Saturday mornings and tune into pro wrestling.
Check out the results of Sunday night’s WWE SummerSlam.
It’s not exactly sports, it’s “sports entertainment,” but it’s still an awfully big deal.
It’s been a big week for WWE news. Last week, reports surfaced that Philadelphia is being considered as a host of an upcoming Wrestlemania. Sunday night, the Money In The Bank pay-per-view took place at the Wells Fargo Center. And today, the Ultimate Warrior returns.
The WWE is reportedly considering Philadelphia for Wrestlemania in either 2015 or 2016.
A former varsity wrestling coach faces a charge for allegedly encouraging members of his squad to punch a teammate over flatulence.
WWE’s Rowdy Roddy Piper will visit Philadelphia in July for a screening of the cult classic movie They Live.
The odds for WWE’s Wrestlemania 29 were released.
A report out of Charlotte says that wrestler Ric Flair’s son has died in a Charlotte hotel room.
WWE’s John Cena takes a shot at Donovan McNabb.
Penn State will attempt to solidify its status as the nation’s pre-eminent program — in the backyard of its biggest rival, Iowa — when the NCAA championships start Thursday.