Wrestling Revealed

Jay Lethal

Jay Lethal on WWE

While doing an interview with the Nashville Scene, Jay Lethal was once again asked about his desire to work for WWE. He stated that most wrestling fans got into the business in large part because they were fans of that promotion as a kid. He is no exception. With that in mind, he stated that he would absolutely love to work for a company that is a fan of. However, Lethal also noted that he would be fine if it never happened.
November 21, 2015
Great Khali

WWE avoid Great Khali

Since he is such a beloved figure, WWE made sure to avoid talking about the Great Khali when they are promoting the two shows that they are going to be doing in India in January. The former world heavyweight champion is no longer associated with the company. Khali now has a business relationship with TNA. He recently helped promote the tour that they will be doing before the end of the year.
November 5, 2015
Tyson Kidd

Tyson Kidd making a return

People in WWE have a genuine concern for the well being of Tyson Kidd. He happens to be very well liked backstage. However, there are also some that are hoping that he can make a full recovery and return to the ring because it could do wonders for business. The mainstream media would more than likely pick up on the story since it would be quite the miraculous comeback.
November 4, 2015
Brie Bella

Nikki Bella off Europe tour

Since she is dealing with a neck injury, Nikki Bella has been pulled from the upcoming tour of Europe that WWE is doing this week. While she is staying in the United States to rehab, Alicia Fox will replace her and team up with Brie Bella for these particular set of live events. Management generally brings a lot more of the divas when they go overseas, so the lost of Nikki should not affect business too much.
November 3, 2015
Jonathan Coachman

Jonathan Coachman takes credit

A post on Twitter where Jonathan Coachman talks about not receiving enough credit for the business partnership between ESPN and WWE.
November 1, 2015

Undertaker and Lesnar shoot

There are rumors floating around that Undertaker and Brock Lesnar went into business for themselves at Hell in a Cell. Some believe that the two of them purposely used blood without telling WWE officials. There may be some merit to this speculation since Undertaker and Lesnar have a ton of clout with the front office. They also care enough about their matches to go above and beyond in this manner.
October 30, 2015
Maria Kanellis

Maria returning to WWE

Since she has increased her name value in the business, WWE is expected to have some interest in bringing Maria Kanellis back in a couple of months. Her contract with ROH is expiring soon, and the gorgeous red head has publicly stated that she is intrigued by the possibility of working elsewhere. Maria had some backstage heat on her for a bit, but that is said to have dissolved tremendously.
October 24, 2015
Brock Lesnar

Brock Lesnar doing business

A good portion of the internet wrestling community hate that Brock Lesnar views the professional wrestling industry as a business. The former world heavyweight champion has no qualms about admitting that he is only in WWE because the money is good. Bubba Ray was recently asked during an interview if he had a problem with that. Much like other performers have said, he has no issues with Lesnar feeling that way.
October 23, 2015
Jim Ross

Jim Ross leaking information

Before the internet became a household thing, professional wrestling fans had to rely on a series of magazines written by Bill Apter. Word has come out that his source within the industry was actually Jim Ross. When asked about this, the legendary WWE commentator stated that he did provide some insider information to Apter. However, he trusted that Apter was respectful enough to the business to know what to publish.
October 20, 2015
Ric Flair

WWE legends no help

When you pack a show with the likes of Steve Austin, Ric Flair, Shawn Michaels and Undertaker, you expect fans to tune in since those are four of the most beloved performers in the history of the business. WWE was rather disappointed to find out today that the numbers were not nearly what they were expecting. The television rating and viewership for the episode only increased slightly, which is a disappointment.
October 20, 2015