Lana, Renee, Naomi and Rusev get ready for a celebration in Anguilla, only to find they might be the only ones who dressed up.04/19/2017 - 13:45
Sometimes a WWE ring can crumble under the weight of Superstar competition. Here are the 10 most shocking moments of WWE battles becoming so intense that they literally broke the ring.04/21/2017 - 13:30
Charlotte Flair will challenge for the SmackDown Women's Championship on SmackDown LIVE, and Cathy Kelley looks at her comments and reactions to The Queen becoming No. 1 contender.04/20/2017 - 15:45
Bray Wyatt has promised pain in his House of Horrors Match against WWE Champion Randy Orton at WWE Payback, but he should not underestimate the lengths Orton will go to win.04/20/2017 - 16:30
Years before becoming No. 1 contender to the WWE Title, Jinder Mahal gave the WWE Universe a shocking first impression.04/20/2017 - 16:00
Braun Strowman shocked the world on Raw when his superplex to Big Show broke the ring. Cathy Kelley investigates the fall-out from the fall.04/20/2017 - 13:45
The Beast Incarnate climbs WWE.com's quarterly Power Rankings, but is the new Universal Champion our No. 1 Superstar?04/20/2017 - 12:30
The Miz praises himself and his co-stars, as Naomi, Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel all explain why they are the star of "The Marine 5: Battleground," available now on Digital HD.04/19/2017 - 15:30
Stand Up for WWE: WWE issues a second statement about the Journal Inquirer and Darien Times columns
To provide further clarification on WWE’s recent letters to Chris Powell of the Journal Inquirer and Joshua Fisher of the Darien Times, the WWE issues the following statement:
“WWE is a global television content creator and a publicly traded company whose core business is monetizing that very television content. When our content is unfairly mischaracterized, it seriously jeopardizes our business.
Since 2008, all WWE broadcast programming has been rated TV-PG and prior to that some of our programming had a rating of TV-14. WWE’s content ratings are set not by us, but by the network TV distributors (NBCUniversal) and their standards and practices departments. According to the TV Parental Guidelines established by the television industry and adopted by the Federal Communications Commission, neither TV-PG nor TV-14 content would be considered pornography or anything close to it. In addition, the FCC would not permit our content to air on network or basic cable television if it were pornographic.
WWE refuses to be bullied and will not allow our content to be inaccurately categorized. This is not about politics or Linda McMahon’s (former CEO of WWE) candidacy. This is about protecting WWE’s business and setting the record straight that WWE has never been in the business of pornography. We must vigorously defend our company with any and all resources at our disposal.”