Watch Wrestling

Watch Wrestling encompasses the broader experience of viewing and following professional wrestling across various platforms and promotions. It’s not just about catching live events or television broadcasts but also engaging with the wrestling community through online forums, social media, and fan events. WatchWrestling extends to keeping up with storylines, analyzing matches, and participating in discussions about the industry’s future trends and developments. For fans, it’s a way to connect with the action, drama, and spectacle of wrestling, encompassing everything from major promotions like WWE and AEW to independent circuits around the globe.

WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment)

WWE is the largest and most well-known professional wrestling promotion globally, founded by Vince McMahon. It has become synonymous with professional wrestling, producing iconic superstars like Hulk Hogan, Stone Cold Steve Austin, and John Cena. WWE is known for its grand storytelling, production value, and flagship events like WrestleMania.


WWE Raw, also known as Monday Night Raw, is WWE’s flagship weekly television show. It debuted in 1993 and has since been a staple of the company’s programming. Raw is known for its live broadcasts featuring high-octane matches, ongoing storylines, and the presence of top-tier WWE RAW talent, contributing significantly to the WWE’s weekly narrative.

WWE SmackDown

WWE SmackDown, often referred to simply as SmackDown, is another major weekly WWE television program. Launched in 1999, it serves as the counterpart to Raw, offering its unique brand of wrestling entertainment.WWE SmackDown has been a launching pad for many wrestlers and is known for its distinctive blue branding and often more sports-oriented approach to wrestling storytelling.

AEW (All Elite Wrestling)

AEW is a relatively new player in the professional wrestling scene, established in 2019 by Tony Khan and prominent wrestlers including Cody Rhodes, Kenny Omega, and The Young Bucks. It has quickly become a significant competitor to WWE, known for its emphasis on athlete-driven performances, creative freedom, and a strong independent AEW wrestling ethos.

NJPW (New Japan Pro-Wrestling)

NJPW is the largest professional wrestling promotion in Japan and one of the most respected worldwide. Established in 1972, it has a rich history and is known for its “Strong Style” of wrestling – a hard-hitting, athletic, and technically proficient style. NJPW‘s annual tournament, the G1 Climax, and its flagship event, Wrestle Kingdom, are highly acclaimed in the wrestling community.


NXT is a division within WWE, often seen as both a developmental territory and a unique brand in its own right. It has been a breeding ground for future stars, emphasizing athletic competition and longer-term storytelling. NXT has developed a cult following for its distinct style, often contrasting with WWE’s main roster shows.