Sad news out of the wrestling world today as Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart, best known for being a member of the iconic tag team The Hart Foundation alongside Bret “Hit Man” Hart, has passed away at the age of 63.
For well over a year, Glenn Jacobs, best known as WWE’s Kane, has been running for Mayor of Knox County, Tenn., and after lots of hard work on the campaign trail, Jacobs will soon be sworn into office of the Eastern Tennessee county.
Anyone that has seen Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story knows the battle between Average Joe’s Gymnasium and Globo Gym was aired on ESPN8: The Ocho, and for the second consecutive year, ESPN is embracing fringe sports for one wild day of programming.
Saturday Night Live writer and current “Weekend Update” co-anchor Colin Jost celebrates his birthday today (June 29), and if we had to pick a few of our favorite moments from him at the “Update” desk, they almost always involve the hilarious Leslie Jones shamelessly hitting on him.
Few things warm a wrestling fan's heart quite like WrestleMania week, and as the WWE Universe prepares itself for the epic five-hour match card (seven-hour match card if you count the kickoff show), we want to test your knowledge with our WrestleMania quiz!
Drew Barrymore celebrates her birthday today (February 22), and if you really wanted to honor her in some way, you should start by checking out her starring turn in the Netflix series Santa Clarita Diet, whose second season premieres March 23.
Few pop culture figures embodied the figurative and literal definition of “larger than life” quite like Andre The Giant, and in HBO’s latest documentary, they explore the life of the iconic wrestler and actor.
After Vince McMahon's press conference today announcing the return of the XFL (see video below), a lot of questions still remain unanswered, but fans and other interested parties definitely have a decent general idea of what this rebooted football league could be like.
E!’s The Soup hosted by Joel McHale was on the air from 2004-2015, and if you’re critical of the “famous for being famous” crowd that makes up most of pop culture today, you were likely a fan of McHale penchant for knocking those folks down a peg or two.