In case you haven't heard, Undertaker has not gone back into hibernation just yet. He is currently recovering from his brutal match against Brock Lesnar at Summerslam. The legendary performer is also training to stay in enough of a shape to work some more matches. The Phenom signed on with WWE for a tour of Mexico that is taking place in October.
September 3, 2015
As some of you may already know, Brock Lesnar has been signed to work the big live event at Madison Square Garden. He was initially rumored to be wrestling Bo Dallas on the show, but that was proven wrong. WWE has finally decided on an opponent for the former world heavyweight champion. He will be wrestling Big Show that night. The event is being aired exclusively on the Network.
September 2, 2015
Whenever WWE does a live event at Madison Square Garden, they treat it like a pay per view, even though it is not always televised. The show is so big that management is even willing to shell out some additional money to Brock Lesnar so that he can make it even more of a special occasion. Rumors are floating around right now that he is going to be wrestling Bo Dallas, but the front office has yet to choose an opponent for that evening.
August 27, 2015
The internet wrestling community cannot get enough of the Undertaker, so there is going to be some disappointment when they realize that he might not be back on television for quite some time. The belief is that WWE is going to let him rest up until it is time to build up his big match at Wrestlemania, which is rumored to be a rematch against Brock Lesnar. He more than likely will return in March.
August 25, 2015
After his brutal battle with Brock Lesnar at Summerslam, Undertaker collapsed on the way back to the locker room. He managed to make it back to the hotel without having to go to the hospital. Some felt that he was fine, but he must be pretty hurt to cancel his appearance on Monday Night Raw. The Phenom reportedly left New York this morning. He is heading back to his home in Texas.
August 24, 2015
When the beloved Paul Heyman was paired up with Antonio Cesaro, a lot of fans were under the impression that this was finally going to be the big push that the latter has been deserving. Unfortunately, though, that was never the plan. Heyman revealed that the reason why the two of them were put together was because WWE needed an excuse to have Heyman on camera to promote Brock Lesnar.
August 22, 2015
During an interview session to promote Summerslam, Brock Lesnar told ESPN that he felt that Vince McMahon was better than Dana White. The former UFC Heavyweight Champion acknowledged that the statement might bother White a little, but it is true. Lesnar also did not have too much of a problem with White saying that wrestling was fake because it is really scripted.
August 18, 2015
In an effort to promote Summerslam, WWE sent Brock Lesnar to visit ESPN headquarters. Aside from doing interviews, the former UFC Heavyweight Champion also gained some attention by working the security toll booth. His presence shocked the people that were driving into the facility, as you do not normally expect someone of his stature to be in that position.
August 18, 2015
Earlier in the year, Dan Severn made some rather interesting comments about Brock Lesnar, stating that the latter did not deserved the opportunities that he received in UFC. Some feel that the cause of dissension is due to the fact that Severn is upset that WWE is paying Lesnar millions of dollars when he was making $250,000 back when he was with the company.
August 13, 2015
Much of the internet wrestling community are predicting a victory for the Undertaker at Summerslam because they feel that WWE owes him a return win. However, that may not necessarily be the case, as management could be building towards something bigger than one match. Brock Lesnar is still viewed as a tremendous draw, so they might actually be building him up some more.
August 12, 2015