An estimated 75,000 fans from all around the world were expected to fill MetLife Stadium for the event, watching John Cena defeat Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson to become the new WWE champiopn.
TV 10-55’s Alex Denis and the Mobile Couch hit the IZOD Center on Friday, where fans had the chance to have an interactive experience with their favorite wrestlers.
Don’t miss this video of wrestling legends Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts and Diamond Dallas Page practicing yoga on The Couch.
The Rock is ready to roll into WrestleMania as a dual champion. He’s the reigning king of the box office after “G.I. Joe: Retaliation” stormed to $40.5 million over the weekend to become the No. 1 movie.
Foley stopped by to talk about his Hall of Fame wrestling career, his writing success and to recall watching a young Boomer Esiason dominating the hardwood as a high schooler…
Michael Mizanin, ‘The Miz’ will take on Wade Barrett when WrestleMania comes to MetLife Stadium on Sunday. But first, he joined us on The Couch
The biggest pro wrestling event of the year is expected to generate $100 million when it comes to northern New Jersey next week.
WWE is joining with New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Hollywood celebrities and professional athletes to launch Superstars for Sandy Relief.
To fill us in on the competition, The Couch brought in wrestling royalty, Jerry “The King” Lawler.
NJ DOT: Meadowlands Construction Project Will Not Be Complete Before MetLife Stadium Hosts 2014 Super Bowl
A contractor working on the project told the Bergen Record the project could be sped up if they were paid an additional $10 million.
Preparation for the big game at MetLife Stadium is under way. The big daddy of all football games could potentially generate half-a-billion dollars for the region, and the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission is helping towns in the area revitalize.
In the wake of some very ugly finger-pointing after the season, several Jets veterans are trying to find ways to improve team chemistry.
Gov. Chris Christie held a news conference Thursday, along with the owners of the New York Giants and Jets, the NFL teams that co-own the stadium, at the two-year-old stadium to announce the details.
Three sources close to the NFL, New Jersey politics and sports in northern New Jersey told The Associated Press on Wednesday that the annual wrestling event would be coming to the Meadowlands next year.