When it comes to the training that Hulk Hogan received before he became one of the biggest stars that WWE has ever seen, a lot of fans are familiar with the name Hiro Matsuda, the legendary performer who also trained Scott Hall and Lex Luger. However, none of us knew about Koko B Ware, who claimed in a recent interview that he secretly was the guy that trained both Hogan and Brutus Beefcake. Hogan does not acknowledge it.
February 23, 2015
During a recent interview, Jeff Jarrett revealed that he watches every wrestling show that is on television. He even catches footage online as well. Unlike Vince McMahon, Jarrett admits that he keeps up with the competition because it is the smart thing to do. When asked about the WWE developmental program, Jarrett acknowledges that he is a fan of NXT. He cites Kevin Owens as his favorite performer on that roster.
February 21, 2015
During the earnings call earlier today, Vince McMahon took yet another jab at WWE fans. He specifically targeted those that were particularly upset with how the Royal Rumble match played out. McMahon acknowledged that there were a lot of irritated fans who threatened to no longer watch any of his product, but he flat out stated that it did not concern him because he knows that they will be glued to the television the next day.
February 12, 2015
For those of you looking for thorough insights into the industry, a great source of knowledge can come from social media comments that Lance Storm makes during Monday Night Raw. While he is not afraid to point out the negative things about WWE, both from the perspective of a fan and a former worker, there is said to be little to no backstage heat on him from management, as they feel that he is not being malicious in intent.
January 19, 2015
In a nice little swerve on Monday Night Raw, Daniel Bryan convinced WWE fans that he might be retiring as an in ring performer, thanks in part to a simple social media message, before delightfully surprising the audience with the announcement that he would be making his return at the Royal Rumble. There had been legitimate concerns backstage over his health, as many were under the belief that he would walk away like Edge did to ensure his long term health.
December 29, 2014
WWE is hoping to give their fans a nice little holiday treat before the year ends. The company has decided to bring Edge and Christian on the final episode of Monday Night Raw. No word yet on what the two of them will be doing or what they will be promoting, but the former world tag team champions were recently on an episode of Haven together. Neither guy is likely to ever wrestle for the company again, but management likes keeping them around.
December 11, 2014