It’s been a long spring break for me, but I’m back. Apologies for being away and thanks to those that filled in. Let’s get this show on the road. The Andre the Giant doc was wonderful and heart-breaking I loved the Andre the Giant documentary on HBO. It was wonderfully executed and didn’t rest on
Breaking news, you guys. The longest month in the history of the universe is finally over. It’s February! OK, so technically the shift from January to February doesn’t mean much in Northeast Ohio. Yes, it’s still freezing and gross out. Yes, the wind coming off Lake Erie will still make your face hurt. And yes,
The Cavs have gone to hell and back, and are finally starting to show signs of life—although for reasons both on and off the court, Isaiah Thomas’ future looks as murky as ever. And finally—FINALLY—the Indians announced Chief Wahoo is going away (well, sort of). As they have every step of the way with their embattled logo, the Indians continue to take the hardest road possible in moving on.
In his latest appearance on The Nail, Podolski shares stories from Miocic’s high school years, sets the scene at UFC’s media day on Thursday, previews the fight as Miocic tries to become the first UFC heavyweight champ to reach three successful title defenses, and gives a rundown on the red-hot, trash talkin’ challenger Ngannou.
It all started with a boring Tuesday night…
We don’t always talk about wrestling, but when we do it’s probably with Will Gibson. Scott Sargent dialed up the estranged WFNY’er to discuss all things Wrestlemania 33!
Breaking down the WrestleMania 32 card, including Triple H vs. Roman Reigns, Brock Lesnar vs. Dean Ambrose, and Shane McMahon vs. the Undertaker.
A look at WrestleMania 32’s likely marquee matches, including Shane McMahon vs. The Undertaker, Brock Lesnar vs. Dean Ambrose, and Triple H vs. Roman Reigns.
Previewing WWE Fastlane, the latest pay-per-view to come to Cleveland, with a focus on the title match between Brock Lesnar, Roman Reigns, and Dean Ambrose
The sports world saw two of its most popular athletes call it quits this week at a combined age of just 63 years old: WWE star Daniel Bryan and NFL running back Marshawn Lynch.
In which Triple H goes over everyone, Roman Reigns takes a lengthy breather, Kevin Owens hates everyone, and Brock Lesnar takes a whupping in stride.
We recognize that not everyone pays much attention to wrestling — to quote Jeff Goldblum’s dad from Independence Day, “Nobody’s perfect” — so we have tried to craft a guide that everyone can enjoy.
LeBron James is an All-Star. An MVP. A champion. And a wrestling fan.
Hoping for some ladder match magic, like that which happened in Gund Arena 16 years ago.
This week in WFNY on WWE: We don’t-quite-celebrate our new champion, put the Undertaker over even more, try to find silver linings, realize the Browns and WWE are in comparably bad places, and look to our next PPV.
Previewing Survivor Series, including the tournament for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, Charlotte vs. Paige, and the Wyatts vs. the Brothers of Destruction.
On Seth Rollins’ next challenge, Bray Wyatt’s quest to become WWE’s baddest, Alberto Del Rio’s return, and the conclusion of the Brock Lesnar-Undertaker epic.
Previewing the entire card, including the final match between Brock Lesnar and the Undertaker.
On new champions, old feuds, and the return of Demon Kane.
We know it’s fake. The fun is real.