Nov 29, 2018
In the season finale of Work of Wrestling podcast, host Tim Kail answers your questions!
Should part-timers only face part-timers or give the younger generation "the rub"?
How do you make second-tier titles relevant again, and will "The Fox Deal" end SmackDown's run as "The B-Show"?
How does irony, meme, and...
Sep 8, 2018
What is the purpose of an opinion?
I can honestly tell you, dear reader, I've never actually asked that question before. I've always just had opinions in the same way I've had blood and bones and organs. They're just in there, somewhere, doing their job, without me ever really needing to ask, "What is their job?"
Aug 19, 2018
In recent years, the WWE has welcomed pro-wrestling podcasters to sit on pay-per-view pre-show panels.
These podcasters who, in real-life, dissect pro-wrestling for the entertainment it is, provide faux-analysis throughout the pre-show: match-outcome predictions and quick examinations of rivalries.
In short, they...
Aug 18, 2018
Note: The following is a guest post by Daniel Lee. You can follow Daniel on Twitter @Lee_Daniel721.
On January 28th, 2018, two performers of Japanese descent, Shinsuke Nakamura and Asuka, won their respective Royal Rumble matches.
This was a defining moment, both in pro-wrestling history, and in my personal...
Jul 24, 2018
(Note: This article was originally published on December 19th, 2017. Since then, www.workofwrestling.com has transferred web hosts, and so it needed to be republished today).
Last night's Raw ended with Stephanie McMahon announcing the inaugural Women’s Royal Rumble match at the forthcoming annual pay-per-view.