WWE Hall of Famer Paul Orndorff, also known to fans as “Mr. Wonderful,” passed away at the age of 71. Orndorff was originally from Brandon and attended the University of Tampa.
The WWE confirmed the news Wednesday, calling Pat Patterson a “true trailblazer of the industry” in a career spanning six decades.
WWE star Titus O'Neil has partnered with the new Kindli app to perform random acts of kindness across the Valley. FOX 10 spoke with the wrestler, who was helping out Habitat for Humanity in Phoenix.
Soon, Tropicana Field will be transformed into the headquarters of the WWE Thunderdome, a method for fans to attend shows virtually.
John Cena is officially off the market, tying the knot with his bride, Shay Shariatzadeh, in Tampa.
Professional wrestling legend Joe Laurinaitis, best known as Road Warrior Animal, has passed away at 60.
WWE star Sonya Deville says one of the most frightening messages she got was sent just moments before the alarm went off inside her house.
The 6-foot-7, 380-pound Harris, who performed in the ring as Kamala, battled many of wrestling’s superstars.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, the former WWE star-turned-movie giant, partnered with RedBird Capital to buy the league at the 11th hour, Sportico reported Monday. The league was nearly set to go on auction. Johnson and the firm reportedly paid $15 million for the fledgling football league.
The Los Angeles County coroner's office identified the body that washed ashore overnight in Venice Beach as former WWE star, Shad Gaspard. He was 39.
The Los Angeles Police Department sought the public's help Tuesday in the search to find former WWE star Shad Gaspard after he went missing off the rough waters of Venice Beach over the weekend.
Legendary WWE ring announcer Howard Finkel passed away at the age of 69.
WWE to tape live shows if the location is closed to the general public
The WWE was deemed as an "essential business" in the state of Florida as the country tries to slow the spread of COVID-19, said the mayor of Orange County during a Monday press conference.
The former New England Patriots player will make his pro wrestling debut on the March 20 episode of “SmackDown.”
Wrestling legend Ric Flair turns 71 on Tuesday.
History is about to be made in the wrestling world.