John Oliver lays the smackdown on Saudi Arabia's relationship with Trump, John Cena

On Sunday’s Last Week Tonight, John Oliver continued his weekly public service of processing seven days’ worth of hateful, dispiriting bullshit into a half-hour of expertly modulated, laugh-punctuated comic outrage, as he took a look at the United States’ long and morally queasy relationship with the oil-rich…

It's 3 p.m., let’s watch some incredibly shitty vintage wrestling promos

Talking is not a professional wrestler’s first priority, but doing it well can certainly help. After all, it most certainly wasn’t Hulk Hogan’s in-ring technique that made him a star, and it’s no stretch to say that more people remember the promos of Dusty Rhodes, The Rock, and Ric Flair more than they do their move…

Here's 2 minutes of people saying absolutely insane shit about how much André The Giant drank

HBO’s André The Giant documentary is a poignant and moving tribute to a man whose physical size was matched by his spirit and generosity. This clip, however, is just two minutes of people being completely in awe of the man’s singular ability to drink an inhuman amount of alcohol and get extremely fucked up.

This is allegedly a video of John Cena playing “Where Is My Mind?” on piano

To celebrate hitting the 900,000-subscriber mark, the YouTube channel for the WWE mainstays and reality TV stars The Bella Twins uploaded what is, allegedly, a video of wrestling superstar and increasingly hot Hollywood commodity John Cena, Nikki Bella’s fiance, sitting at a piano in a gorgeous room and playing a…

Ring Of Honor's Joe Koff on the indie label, and whether we'll see Daniel Bryan in ROH again

Professional wrestling since 2001 has existed in two silos: the mighty WWE, and everyone else. No promotion is likely to catch the ever-growing WWE anytime soon (in 2016 it brought in $729 million in revenue and had its highest profit since 2010, according to the Wrestling Observer). At the same time, the WWE is no…

Jim Ross, wrestling’s greatest living announcer, on his new book and becoming a meme

After Mick Foley’s first book, Have A Nice Day, surprisingly reached number one on The New York Times bestseller list in 1999, the pro-wrestling memoir became a genre all its own—some arguably better than others. One eagerly awaited autobiography is from Jim Ross, the longtime play-by-play wrestling announcer who, for…

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