Wrestling Revealed

Finn Balor

Baron Corbin on WWE tour

In a sign that he might be called up to the main roster by WWE officials soon, Baron Corbin worked the live events tour this past weekend. He received a nice pop from the audience in Kansas City, where Corbin is from, when he came out and challenged Finn Balor for the NXT Heavyweight Championship. Corbin was unable to capture the belt but that doesn't matter as much as being evaluated by the front office.
November 29, 2015
John Cena

John Cena on India tour

Since they wanted a really good showing when they do their tour of India in January, WWE has announced that they have added John Cena to those particular live events. The former world heavyweight champion has been given some time away from the road so that he can focus on a new reality television show that he is doing. No word yet on when Cena will make his return to Monday Night Raw yet.
November 29, 2015
Brock Lesnar

Brock Lesnar doing more shows

Since the top of the roster is extremely thin right now, WWE has decided to take some measures to ensure that their live events numbers do not decline too severely. To do that, they have opened up the pocket book and signed Brock Lesnar for a couple of more shows. He has already been announced to work a non televised live event in Houston in January. That might be turned into a WWE Network special.
November 11, 2015

WWE signs Boogeyman

On Friday, Boogeyman told fans through social media that he had signed a legends contract with WWE. The company decided to confirm that today by releasing an official statement. Management believes that his character is still intriguing enough to fans, so he will more than likely be used a bit more frequently at fan access events. Some new merchandise is a possibility as well.
November 7, 2015
Triple H

Most WWE PPV losses

A post on YouTube where WWE lists the performers with the most losses at pay per view events, which surprisingly includes Triple H.
November 5, 2015
Alicia Fox

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
Steve Austin

Ryback wants tour bus

During his podcast interview with Steve Austin, Ryback revealed that his contract with WWE was set to expire next year. From the sound of it, he has every intention of signing another deal to remain with the promotion. Ryback also stated that he was looking into the possibility of getting a tour bus when he is traveling to live events. Usually, management only provides those to the upper level guys.
November 3, 2015

Batista willing to return

When asked if he was willing to return to WWE, Batista stated that he would gladly do it because he still loves professional wrestling. However, he will not make a return unless the creative department gives him a bit more freedom this time around. Batista also stated that he would love to only work live events, so that he can avoid having to deal with the creative department.
November 2, 2015
Alberto Del Rio

Alberto Del Rio lighter schedule

Since he had leverage in negotiations, Alberto Del Rio was reportedly able to get WWE to give him a lighter schedule than the grueling one that most performers go through. The former world heavyweight champion will obviously be working television and pay per view events. There is no confirmation yet on whether or not he works live events. It might actually depend on the cities they are in.
October 26, 2015

Undertaker working Mexico

Some interesting details have surfaced about the recent tour that WWE did in Mexico. Promoters in that country were apparently unhappy with the company because they did not book a show that was up to the standards that they had promised. Fearing that they would lose out on a lucrative market, management desperately called Undertaker to see if he would work a couple of live events. That was their way of appeasing the foreign promoters.
October 20, 2015