Masa Saito Was A Great Wrestler And Half Of Pro Wrestling's Most Famous Arrest

Masanori “Masa” Saito, known as Mr. Saito to a generation of American wrestling fans, passed away at the age of 76 last weekend following a long struggle with Parkinson’s disease. An Olympic freestyle wrestler in 1964, Saito was a legendarily hard man and among the most universally respected people in the wrestling…

Powerful Congressman Jim Jordan Accused Of Knowing About Sexual Abuse As Ohio State Wrestling Coach

In April, Ohio State University announced that they were conducting an investigation into allegations that former Ohio State wrestling team doctor Richard Strauss had sexually abused male OSU athletes over his 20-year run with the team. Several former wrestlers accused Strauss of molesting them and inappropriately…

What Does A Return To Broadcast Network Television Mean For WWE SmackDown?

It’s not official yet, as everyone involved is declining to comment, but the news broke on Monday that WWE’s SmackDown Live is moving to Friday nights on Fox—as in the broadcast network that’s currently the home of Empire—in October 2019. The move marks the first time that WWE has had a weekly presence on broadcast…