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A lot of the biggest proponents of both the WWE Network and UFC’s Fight Pass site are ready to proclaim the death of PPV. However, there’s way too many business interests to prevent this from happening any time soon.
WWE made the announcement of their new online Network in Las Vegas at CES on Wednesday night with Zuffa representatives in the audience. Now the stakes have been raised big time for UFC.
Look at what CM Punk being Chael Sonnen’s ring entrance guy in Chicago has done to everyone.
Michael Bisping made a wise decision and backed off of his immediate challenge against Anderson Silva.
Brock Lesnar playing the waiting game on both the UFC and WWE. Where have we heard this before?
The dreams of seeing Brock Lesnar vs. Undertaker were dashed with cold water by Dana White on Monday.
The Undertaker talks turkey about Cain Velasquez, Brock Lesnar, Jake Shields, GSP, and his ambitions in MMA after he retires from pro-wrestling.
MMA writers Jordan Breen and Luke Thomas are disgusted with pro-wrestling fans using MMA for validationWednesday, September 1st, 2010
Our biggest transcript ever and it has to deal with two high-profile MMA writers who are not happy with having to deal with pro-wrestling fans who, in their eyes, use MMA to validate their love for wrestling.
Ty Bailey of WWE talent relations showed up at an M-1 Russian event earlier this week.
Listen to Larry Pepe’s interview with Stone Cold Steve Austin and get a better understanding, from a pro-wrestler’s mindset, about why MMA is good and what the similarities/differences are between the two sectors.
With a collapse in support for pro-wrestling, UFC has positioned themselves as WWE’s chief competition. This has made it even harder for anyone to try to get into the wrestling ballgame.
Paul Heyman lays his cards on the table about what he wants to do business-wise; Update: My new article on where this is all headingMonday, July 5th, 2010
Paul Heyman lays out what he thinks needs to be done to change the landscape in pro-wrestling and why UFC has done so well.
Batista tells TMZ he has a deal with Strikeforce; Former WWE star Batista is hot on MMA and not-so-hot on professional wrestlingMonday, June 21st, 2010
Former WWE star Batista isn’t very happy about the current direction of pro-wrestling and is very interested in the MMA scene.« Previous Entries