We have separate sections for WWE, TNA, ROH and Indy/International wrestling, and within those sections there are dedicated threads to discuss things. We have an ongoing Raw/Smackdown discussion thread and ongoing thread for discussing NXT. We used to create new threads for discussing each ppv, but that has dwindled since activity died due to numbers on the forum dropping and no new members coming in since it's not linked on the main page any more.
There's an MMA section for people wishing to discuss MMA, UFC and otherwise.
There's a new members section where new members can create a thread to introduce themselves.
There's sections for discussion other sports where we have threads set up for football (soccer), Boxing, Baseball, NFL and so on.
There's a section dedicated to Movie and music discussion and a section for discussing video games where people can discuss the latest releases or talk about old classics.
There's a section dedicated to wrestling history where people can take a trip down memory lane and discuss wrestling matters of the past.
There's a Be the Booker section where people can fantasy book their own wrestling shows, for example some people on the site have their ongoing 'How I would book Raw' where they'll post show after show of how they'd have booked Raw from a certain point (for example, starting on the night after Wrestlemania 32). Or someone might want to fantasy book their own weekly NXT show from after Back to Brooklyn.
Finally there's the e-fed section where people can create their own wrestling character and then role play as that character in a fantasy wrestling company booked by a team of people on the site. There's currently 2 e-feds on the site; Pro Wrestling Rebellion, and E-Wrestling Federation. Anyone wishing to join is welcome to get in touch with the people who run each respective fed if they want to join.
I think that covers it. A forum like this is such a great platform for discussing wrestling and so much more, and it's a shame that a site like EWN doesn't have a thriving forum going. There's a lot of members that comment on a daily basis on the front page via the comments section on each article, but I feel that hey'd be able to do it much more freely and efficiently if they were directed here.