Wrestling Revealed

Chris Jericho

Kevin Owens vs Chris Jericho

Fans in Fresno and Ontario are in for quite the treat this week. When WWE rolls into town for a pair of live events, Chris Jericho will be working matches against Kevin Owens. Those should be beyond spectacular. The belief is that Jericho, who is almost done with his contract with the company, requested the matches because he wanted to work with Owens.
August 1, 2015
John Cena

John Cena pulled

In a sign that his broken nose injury might be a lot more serious than the internet wrestling community believes, John Cena has not only been pulled from live events and telvision, the United States Heavyweight Champion has also been removed from the upcoming tour of Australia. That is a pretty serious move because WWE knows that Cena is quite the draw in that country.
July 31, 2015
Hulk Hogan

McMahon denies Hogan loss

When asked about what the loss of Hulk Hogan meant to WWE, Vince McMahon opted to downplay the situation by stating that it has no material effect on them. This comes on the heel of the company losing at least $50 million in stock because of his departure. Hogan also moved a good amount of merchandise and was a proven draw at live events, especially in the international market.
July 30, 2015
Brock Lesnar

Brock Lesnar at MSG

In a fine example of how much WWE values their live event show at Madison Square Garden in New York City, Brock Lesnar has been booked to work the event. That was one of the stipulations that management inserted into his new and higher paying contract. The company has treated the show with as much importance as they do the pay per view events.
July 30, 2015
Miz

HBK replaces Hogan

As many of you already know, Miz was pegged as a replacement for Hulk Hogan on Tough Enough. Now, word has come out that Shawn Michaels has signed on to become the special guest general manager when WWE does a couple of live events in Australia next month. There were rumors that Ric Flair was in line for both gigs, but he could not come to an agreement with the front office.
July 29, 2015
Samoa Joe

Samoa Joe vs Finn Balor

After creating quite a buzz with his debut in NXT, Samoa Joe has been a bit quiet lately. A big reason for that is because Kevin Owens was promoted to the main roster in WWE. The belief is that Joe will be moved into a title program with Finn Balor soon, as the two of them have been headlining live events together recently. That could be the setup for television.
July 25, 2015
Shane McMahon

Shane McMahon on the road

Since he was the son of the owner of WWE, Shane McMahon was worried that the wrestlers in the locker room were going to resent him for the perceived nepotism. It has now been revealed that in order to win over the boys, McMahon actually traveled on the road with them to live events instead of using the more luxurious travel means that the company had for him.
July 17, 2015
Shinsuke Nakamura

Shinsuke Nakamura to WWE

Since the company has long been wanting to add more marketing assets that appeal to Asian countries, WWE has opted to do some tryouts while they are in Japan for a couple of live events. Shinsuke Nakamura is one of the top names in New Japan, and he is reportedly one of the guys that is trying to make the move to the United States.
July 3, 2015
Zack Ryder

Zack Ryder to NXT

Hard as it may be to believe, but WWE is moving Zack Ryder even further away from the main roster. The veteran performer is now a full time participant in NXT live events. He will more than likely be utilized rather frequently when the brand starts doing national tours on a regular basis. Ryder has also been tasked with being a mentor for Mojo Rowley, a guy they have big plans for.
June 21, 2015
Chris Jericho

Chris Jericho returns tonight

In case you have forgotten, Chris Jericho is making his return to WWE tonight. He will be working the live event in Springfield and should remain on the road with the rest of the crew for the weekend. As has been the case recently, Jericho is only going to work live events. No television shows or pay per view events are scheduled.
June 12, 2015