Wrestling Revealed

Goldust training

As has been reported over the last couple of weeks, Goldust should be ending his term as a performer on the main roster after Wrestlemania. He will remain with WWE in some sort of capacity. While it was initially reported that he was going to be utilized as a backstage agent and producer, there are now talks that he could be used as a trainer in the developmental program. The former Intercontinental Champion might even work matches in NXT.
March 4, 2015

Dean Ambrose winning MITB

On Monday Night Raw, Jon Stewart made a guest appearance and alluded to the fact that Seth Rollins would not have won the Money in the Bank last year without the assistance of Kane. The belief is that WWE instructed him to say those words because of something that they have planned for the future. It appears that Dean Ambrose, who came close to winning the briefcase last year, is scheduled to win this year and use it to challenge Roman Reigns.
March 4, 2015

The Rock as Green Lantern

The studios were not pleased with the Green Lantern movie that Ryan Reynolds starred in, and they have been looking into ways to revive the franchise as quick as possible. They knew that they needed someone even more popular to bank on. Hollywood turned to The Rock. He was the first choice to star in the reboot, but the WWE legend turned them down because he has long had his heart set on playing the Black Adam character instead.
March 4, 2015

Jon Stewart on Raw

A video on YouTube of the hilarious segment between Jon Stewart and WWE star Seth Rollins during the latest episode of Monday Night Raw.
March 4, 2015

Chris Jericho stuck

Thursday is the night when Fozzy is supposed to kick start their tour of Europe. The problem right now is that the band is stuck in New York City. Chris Jericho revealed that they are having trouble getting a flight out of the city because of the weather. A postponement might need to take place because it is looking highly unlikely that they will be making it on time. Jericho recently wrapped up a run with WWE, where he worked only live events.
March 4, 2015

Ryan Nemeth responds

A lot of people are coming out of the wood works now that allegations of abuse and bully are being aimed at Bill DeMott. One of those people is Ryan Nemeth, a former WWE developmental wrestler who also happens to be the younger brother of Dolph Ziggler. He questions the statement that management made about doing a thorough investigation into the matter, as he has yet to be interviewed in two years about the allegations.
March 4, 2015

Joey Ryan responds to Chris Jericho

Another person that responded to Chris Jericho defending Bill DeMott from allegations of abuse is Joey Ryan, who has been quite vocal about his disgust with the lead developmental trainer. Ryan said that he does not think that Jericho is condoning the actions of DeMott, but he does feel that a response from Jericho shows that a lot of the allegations are true. Ryan tried out for WWE a while back and felt he was not given a chance.
March 4, 2015

Ethan Carter respond to Chris Jericho

Shortly after Chris Jericho defended Bill DeMott from allegations of bullying, Ethan Carter decided to chime in. Prior to becoming a star in TNA, Carter was a developmental wrestler in WWE. He stated that he was one of the victims of the abuse from DeMott. Carter states that DeMott hit him in the head while he was suffering from a concussion. He also does not believe that management conducted a full investigation into the matter.
March 4, 2015

Dan Severn bashes Brock Lesnar

Resentment can be an ugly thing. During a recent interview, Dan Severn showed that side of himself when asked about Brock Lesnar. Severn stated that Lesnar received opportunities that he did not deserve in UFC. He also stated that it would be wise for the current WWE Heavyweight Champion to stick with professional wrestling instead of heading back to mixed martial arts because it would be a lot easier on his already damaged body.
March 4, 2015

Spike TV signs Rock

While the network might not want professional wrestling any more, Spike TV does actually want the biggest star that the industry has ever produced. The Rock announced that his company, 7 Bucks Production, has signed a contract with the network. The agreement will enable the former world heavyweight champion and his ex wife to produce a variety of programs. The network has changed their brand once again, targeting females more.
March 4, 2015