Shinsuke Nakamura, Bayley and more WWE Superstars join Drew Gulak for a lesson in how to play the classic Hanukkah dreidel game!12/11/2017 - 18:00
Enzo Amore and Nia Jax had a strange interaction Monday on Raw. Find out what The Certified G had to say about Nia.12/07/2017 - 18:15
As WWE Cruiserweight Champion Enzo Amore leaves for an international tour, Drew Gulak is put in control of The Zo Train for WWE 205 Live this week.12/04/2017 - 23:45
Who will face Rich Swann next week for a WWE Cruiserweight Championship opportunity?12/04/2017 - 23:00
Pretending to be the infamous Gobbledy Gooker, Drew Gulak offers four proposals for proper etiquette to ensure a better Thanksgiving.11/22/2017 - 00:15
Drew Gulak: Bio
Drew Gulak is every bit as hard-nosed as the city he hails from, Philadelphia. A minimalist mutilator, what Gulak lacks in frills like kneepads or elbow pads he offsets with a completist’s arsenal of submission holds and suplexes, not to mention a lariat that can rip heads from shoulders, as his competition discovered in the inaugural WWE Cruiserweight Classic. Being raised in Philly did more than toughen up Gulak; it also exposed the self-described “student of the game” to one of the world’s top wrestling hotbeds at a young age. Now an 11-year veteran of the sport, the no-nonsense throwback has emerged as one of Raw’s most promising competitors.
Gulak’s commitment to build a better 205 Live knows no bounds. Convinced that the “Most Exciting Hour on Television” should be a “No-Fly Zone,” Gulak typically targets the purple brand’s highest-flying Cruiserweights, denouncing their style of competition as “showboating” and detailing his vision for a better 205 Live via his (lengthy) PowerPoint presentations.
Like several Philly underdogs of the past, we’re sure the mountaintop awaits before long.