Paul Wight, more commonly known as the Big Show, is a very prominent professional wrestler. The Big Show debuted in the old WCW in 1995, before joining the WWE in 1999. The now 43-year-old has been a champion 23 times during his career, 5 in WCW and 18 as part of Vince McMahon's circuit (2-... Read More

John Cena is one of the biggest stars in the WWE. Cena, who began his professional wrestling career back in 1999, joined the WWE in 2001, where he has held the WWE Championship on 12 occasions. Cena is also an actor and rapper, appearing in many movies and television shows. With all of his work... Read More

Hulk Hogan is one of the most famous professional wrestlers of all time. His biggest years took place in the 1980's, when he reigned as the longstanding WWF champion and one of the most famous pop culture figures in the country. Hogan's career would later take him to WCW and then back to the now... Read More

Ric Flair is the semi-retired professional wrestling legend, best known of course as the “Nature Boy.” Most of Flair's success came from the mid 1970's through mid 1990's, but amazingly, the 65-year-old still holds huge relevance amongst today's wrestling fan. Among his many accomplishments, Flair... Read More

Monday, the WWE formally launched the WWE Network. The $9.99 per month channel will stream current and historic wresting content (24/7), while also televising monthly pay-per-view events and behind the scenes footage, which will all be included in the monthly fee. USA Today delved deep into Vince... Read More