Wrestling Revealed

Kevin Nash

nWo induction

When asked by Noelle Foley during a recent interview about which members of the nWo should be at the induction ceremony when the group gets honored, Kevin Nash stated that it should just be the original four, which consists of he, Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall and Sean Waltman. Nash feels that Waltman deserves to be honored because he represented the New World Order at live events since Hogan did not work those shows.
February 5, 2016
Undertaker

Undertaker refusing Strowman match

Some interesting rumors are floating around about the Undertaker. It appears that the legendary performer isn't all that keen on working with Braun Strowman at Wrestlemania 32. There are talks that he might use his veto power when management asks him to sign on for the match. The belief is that he wants to work with a better in ring performer in case this is his last match. He wants to ensure that the performance is up to par.
February 4, 2016
Axl Rotten

Axl Rotten final tweet

A post on Twitter where ECW legend Axl Rotten shares one final message with his fans before passing away in a hotel room.
February 4, 2016
Axl Rotten

Axl Rotten passes away

After a very rough year, Axl Rotten has passed away. WWE themselves have confirmed that the ECW legend is dead. Back issues, among other things, have forced Rotten to be in and out of the hospital. Since he exhausted all of his funds while not being able to work, Axl asked for help from fans to pay his medical bills. Chris Jericho was one of the first people to send some money towards Rotten. He was 44 years old.
February 4, 2016
Dwayne Johnson

Rock in Fast and Furious finale

If you're concerned that Dwayne Johnson does not have enough money in the bank, then rest easy. Actor Vin Diesel has officially announced that the final two installments of the wildly popular Fast & Furious series will hit theaters in 2019 and 2021 respectively. While Johnson was not officially part of the announcement, it is highly unlikely that he would not be a part of the two films, as his character is still one of the centerpieces.
February 4, 2016
Sami Zayn

Nakamura vs Zayn

Since WWE wanted his debut to be a big deal, Shinsuke Nakamura has now been booked for a big match against Sami Zayn, an experienced performer that had spent years honing his craft in ROH. The two of them will be battling it out at a special NXT event in Dallas during Wrestlemania 32 weekend. Triple H wants to keep the momentum rolling for the developmental brand, so expect Nakamura and Zayn to be given plenty of time to work.
February 4, 2016
Dixie Carter

Lucha Underground and TNA

In a rather interesting move, TNA officials contacted Lucha Underground officials to gauge their interest in doing a joint show in Dallas during Wrestlemania 32 weekend. Dixie Carter and her staff believe that if the two sides were to come together, it would create quite the buzz and capitalize on the thousands and thousands of WWE fans that are expected to head towards the pay per view. LU officials were not interested in the partnership.
February 4, 2016
Triple H

WWE and Lucha Underground

Apparently, WWE has taken quite an interest in Lucha Underground. Triple H was one of the executives that the company sent to meet with representatives of the upstart California based promotion. The goal was to get a talent exchange agreement between the two sides, but LU officials were said to not be interested because it would not be in the best interest of their company. They feel that they can rise on their own right now.
February 4, 2016
Triple H

Triple H with Gene Simmons

While doing an interview to discuss the death of Lemmy Kilmister, the lead singer of Motorhead and the man that wrote his iconic theme song, Triple H revealed that he was a bit intimidated because he was sitting at the funeral with some of the greatest performers in rock music history. HHH noted that he was sat in the front row, right next to Gene Simmons, the legendary bass guitarist and co lead singer of KISS.
February 4, 2016
Lex Luger

Lex Luger being inducted

While he sits and waits to hear from WWE, Lex Luger is going to be inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame. The former world heavyweight champion is also receiving the Frank Gotch award, which is given to performers to who bring a positive light to the professional wrestling industry with their work outside of the ring. Luger might some day still be inducted by World Wrestling Entertainment.
February 4, 2016