Wrestling Revealed

Adrian Neville

Breeze vs Liger

Since he did such a good job during the first match, NXT officials are thinking about having Tyler Breeze as the primary opponent for Jushin Liger, who recently signed a new contract with WWE that will see him working additional dates. Finn Balor and Samoa Joe are two other potential candidates to work against the legend from Japan. Main roster guys such as Adrian Neville could be brought down for a match as well.
August 27, 2015
Shawn Michaels

Randy Orton reduced schedule

The end of the road could be coming soon for Randy Orton. Reports have surfaced that he requested that WWE reduce his schedule. He no longer wants to do the full schedule because it is too hectic for him. The former world heavyweight champion has been living out of a suitcase for much of the past 13 years. Orton is said to be looking for a part time contract that is similar to what Shawn Michaels used to have.
August 27, 2015
Jushin Liger

WWE signs Jushin Liger

While he was initially supposed to only work one night during an NXT live event in Brooklyn, it appears that Jushin Liger enjoyed his experience enough to sign a contract with WWE. The legendary performer from Japan has agreed to work a couple of more dates, most likely to be on the developmental brand and not the main roster brand. No word yet on when those dates will take place.
August 26, 2015
Sara Lee

Tough Enough 2015 winners

The Tough Enough competition for 2015 is now over, and we have two performers who will be receiving contracts with WWE and assigned to train at the Performance Center to see if they can improve enough to start working at NXT. The male winner was Josh Bredl, while the female winner was Sara Lee. Both will be promoted on Monday Night Raw briefly before being sent to the oblivion of training.
August 25, 2015
Kana

WWE signing Kana

When Kana made a public appearance in the audience at the NXT event in Brooklyn this past weekend, rumors immediately spread that she had signed a contract with WWE. That has yet to be confirmed. There are some that are skeptical of the rumors because earlier in the year, she announced that she was going to take a step away from professional wrestling because she had been doing it for ten straight years.
August 25, 2015
Jeff Jarrett

Chris Hero to TNA

Back in May, Chris Hero was backstage at Impact Wrestling and reports stated that he talked a bit with management about a possible contract. Well, it looks like that deal is not going to be happening anytime soon because TNA is showing very little interest in the move. Hero might have a shot with GFW if he can convince Jeff Jarrett that he is still an asset in this industry after a disastrous run in WWE.
August 22, 2015
Jushin Liger

Jushin Liger at Summerslam

This upcoming weekend will mark the WWE debut of Jushin Liger, who has signed a contract to work a match at the big NXT live event in Brooklyn. The legendary performer from Japan is sticking around for Summerslam, as it is being billed as a very big event. Liger likes to visit the United States, so this business deal has enabled him to stay in the country for about a week.
August 19, 2015
Joe Koff

Dish drops ROH

Despite having a very talented roster of performers, ROH keeps getting dropped. First, Destination America decides that their numbers are not good enough to have two time slots on their networks. Now, Dish Network has decided to not renew their contract with Sinclair Broadcast Group, which means that fans can no longer watch Ring of Honor through that medium. Joe Koff has some work to do.
August 16, 2015
Shawn Daivari

Shawn Daivari to GFW

There are rumors floating around that Shawn Daivari was going to be signing a contract with GFW in the near future. However, if he does, it will have to be a deal that only allows him to work live events. Lucha Underground does not allow their performers to work television for any other wrestling promotion. Of course, that deal would be terminated if the company folds, as some have predicted.
August 14, 2015
Kota Ibushi

Kota Ibushi dual contract

It is unfortunate for wrestling fans in the Untied States that promoters here are unable to figure out how to get dual contracts so that performers can work in multiple places. In Japan, Kota Ibushi was the first person to do just that, as he was under contract with New Japan and a promotion called DDT. Companies like ROH, GFW and TNA would receive quite a boost from the talent exchange.
August 14, 2015