Wrestling Revealed

Ryback

Gallows saved Ryback

When he was initially released by WWE, Ryback went into a state of depression, where he resorted to heavy consumption of alcohol. He stated that Luke Gallows showed up at the bar that he worked at in Las Vegas, gave him a $30 tip and advised him to purchase a book called, The Secret. The Big Guy stated that this particular meeting helped to change his life and get his career back on track. Shortly afterwards, he was picked up by the company again.
December 27, 2014
Dean Ambrose

Bray Wyatt push

Even though Undertaker has not yet signed on for the match at Wrestlemania, WWE officials are going to stay prepared by keeping Bray Wyatt as strong as possible until the pay per view. The belief is that management was especially careful in how they booked him against Dean Ambrose, making sure that Wyatt remained as strong as possible without completely demolishing Ambrose. Wyatt should remain on a winning streak from now until April.
December 27, 2014
Hulk Hogan

Kevin Nash removed

Initially, Kevin Nash was to have been a big part of the promotional campaign for the Royal Rumble, having been scheduled to make an appearance alongside Shawn Michaels, Scott Hall and Hulk Hogan on the episode of Monday Night Raw before the pay per view. However, with his arrest, it appears that WWE officials have opted to remove him from the event. They are going about it quietly, though, as to not generate any more publicity from the situation.
December 27, 2014
Antonio Cesaro

Cesaro not pushed

For a good period of time there, Antonio Cesaro was one of the hottest commodities in WWE. Fans completely bought into him, despite his character being a heel. The belief at that time was that management was going to give him the push that he deserved. That never came. Now, the feeling backstage is that Cesaro will never be given a main event push by the company. They'll keep him around because he's a solid worker and an asset in Europe, though.
December 27, 2014
Kevin Nash

Kevin Nash suspension

While WWE immediately suspended Kevin Nash after he was arrested for battery, there is another wrestling promotion that is still standing behind the big guy. Maryland Championship Wrestling has announced that they are still honoring the contract that they had with the former world heavyweight champion, who agreed to make an appearance at their live event in Joppa on Saturday night. Nash should have no problems with being booked on the indies.
December 26, 2014
Dean Ambrose

Henry fighting Ambrose

When a potential feud was in the works between the two, Dean Ambrose and Mick Foley decided to work everyone into thinking that there was legitimate backstage heat between the two. They did such a great job that even a few of the WWE superstars fell for it. Mark Henry, in particular, was one of those who felt that Ambrose was disrespecting a legend like Foley. Henry even offered to fight Ambrose backstage as a sign of respect towards his longtime friend.
December 26, 2014
Dixie Carter

TNA upset with Spike

There are reports floating around right now that are stating that TNA officials are upset with Spike TV over how they handled the last couple of episodes of Impact Wrestling that aired on their network. The speculation is that Dixie Carter and company do not feel that they were given a proper sendoff, as they make their way to Destination America. There are those that believe that the reports are overstating things a bit, and the heat isn't as severe as reported.
December 26, 2014
Triple H

Ambrose and Foley feud

During a recent interview, Dean Ambrose revealed that WWE once had plans in the works for a feud between he and Mick Foley. The story would have been that Ambrose was going to make Foley pay for inspiring a generation of wrestlers to do hardcore spots just for the sake of generating cheers. Triple H loved the idea because there was a good amount of realism within the story line, as Ambrose really was inspired to adopt the hardcore style during his indie days.
December 26, 2014
Sheamus

Sheamus buys DeLorean

An awesome Twitter photo of WWE star Sheamus purchasing a DoLorean, the vehicle used during the Back to the Future movies.
December 26, 2014
Brock Lesnar

Bellator contacts Lesnar

The contract between Brock Lesnar and WWE does not expire until after Wrestlemania is over. However, that is not stopping Bellator from starting their pursuit of the former NCAA wrestling champion. Scott Coker confirmed through a recent interview that he has already made contact with Lesnar. In order to prevent a potential tampering lawsuit, Coker also made sure to mention that there was no negotiations taking place during the talks.
December 26, 2014