John Cena retained his U.S. title in tonight’s main event against Seth Rollins on WWE Raw, because of course he did. But it came at a cost: a real-life broken nose that required in-ring medical attention—even in the middle of the match.
Welcome to Deadspin’s irregular pro wrestling column, in which Tom Breihan and Ernest Wilkins will comb through the past month or so of superkicks, lariats, and 450 splashes in search of the greatest things that this most American of artforms has given us.
Rings are cool and all but wouldn't every sport be improved by handing out belts instead? David Ortiz thinks so, which is why he showed up to today's victory parade showing off that bad boy.
On last night's WWE Raw, something happened that's fairly unusual in the world of wrestling: one guy hit another guy.
WrestleMania XXVIII was last night, and The Rock won, and some people were chair-throwingly excited.
And then John Cena holds up his championship belt, and "The Stars and Stripes Forever" starts playing over the speakers. Everything about this is perfect, right down to the guy shouting, "We won." [via @SherwoodStrauss]
Since the dawn of time, it's been mankind's dream to own the Sports Almanac from Back To The Future Part II. If one could know the result of a sporting event beforehand, one could make untold riches by gambling on it. While the Novikov self-consistency principle — or perhaps Calvinism — means this can't happen, what…
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson returned to WWE Raw last night for the first time in seven years. Why, you ask? To announce that he was hosting Wrestlemania 27 this April. Oh, and to talk shit about John Cena.
Was it fate that brought down the dullest man in sports? Or was it something...sharper? We take a look at the history of Gillette pitchmen, and the woes that befell them soon after. Presenting, the Gillette Curse.