Anthony Bowens pens a letter to the AEW fanbase: ”I’ve been able to succeed in wrestling as a Black gay man while still being me. And I don’t take for granted the role you’ve all played in making that possible.”
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Living with depression is an everyday battle, and to Eddie, opening up about his struggles is just the beginning.
This is the story of how Eddie Kingston made it to the AEW stage.
Saraya says goodbye to WWE: “For the past 11 years, you’ve let me live out my dreams.”
This is Jade Cargill in her own words.
This is Sting: “It was not an act. It was not a character. I was lost.”
On this episode of Blindsided, we welcome Helen Maroulis.
AEW Dynamite was live from the Prudential Center on January 5, 2022. The Players’ Tribune was there for all of the action.
Amanda Huber pens a letter for her husband, Jon: “Our love was never perfect….. but it was always real.”
This is the story of Eddie Kingston: “I have been everything in this life. I have been an angry kid. I’ve been a depressed teenager. I’ve been an addict.”
Bryan Danielson has a message for the WWE fans: “I loved my time in WWE. Needless to say, it changed my life.”
They say that nothing beats a love letter. So here goes.
Quick question for everyone reading this — have any of you seen “A Star Is Born”?
There’s satisfied Kelly. And then there’s hungry Kelly. Put hungry Kelly Olynyk in the ring, and you might be surprised who you’ll get.
With help from "The Miz," watch Demarcus Lawrence's ultimate alter ego get unleashed in the wrestling ring.
Three athletes. Unlimited obstacles. One goal. Richard Sherman, Ronda Rousey and Joel Embiid channel their inner Jack Ryan.
I’ve made my fair share of lists over the years, but never anything quite like this.
“It’s 1991, you’re 35-and-a-half years old, you have two bad knees and seven months left on your contract…you’re going to become a professional wrestler.”
Do I “woo” or not “woo”? If yes, how many times?
We asked legendary wrestler Bill Goldberg to reflect on a few memorable moments from what has been a distinguished career in and out of the ring.
What makes a finishing move truly great is when there’s a story behind it.
Here's what I want you to think about before you jump off that starting block or dive into that pool: Why are you doing this?