Wrestling Revealed

Bret Hart

Miz on Tough Enough

When Hulk Hogan was forced to vacate his position as a judge on Tough Enough, fans excitedly speculated on which legend was going to be replacing him. Ric Flair and Bret Hart were the two names that were mentioned the most. However, WWE opted to go in a different direction by simply using Miz in the role. He is a great talker, so he should be able to handle the job just fine.
July 28, 2015
Brock Lesnar

Kevin Owens likes Brock Lesnar

During a recent interview, Kevin Owens revealed how big of a Brock Lesnar fan that he is. Owens stated that he was in the audience on the night that Lesnar made his debut on Monday Night Raw. He also has purchased several merchandise that are related to Lesnar. Owens also had a dog he named after Lesnar. Plus, Owens stated that he used to do the F5 on the indies as a tribute to Lesnar.
July 28, 2015
Mick Foley

Mick Foley defends John Cena

When it comes to John Cena, Mick Foley absolutely hates it when fans try to disregard positive things that he does because they do not like for whatever reason. The hardcore legend pointed out how tough Cena was for continuing the match on Monday Night Raw after having his nose terribly broken. He stated that Cena might actually be as tough as he was during his career.
July 28, 2015
Bret Hart

Bret Hart endorses Nikki Bella

A post on Twitter where Bret Hart endorses Nikki Bella as a performer. The Divas Champion does not get a lot of credit from the internet wrestling community because the fans adore the other female performers more, so this could be Hart's way of helping her out a little.
July 27, 2015
Undertaker

Summerslam 4 hours

There have been rumors floating around that Summerslam was going to be extended to four hours this year. While WWE has yet to confirm that, one of their international commentators has been telling fans that, which has added further fuel to the fire. Management wants the pay per view to feel even more special than normal because Undertaker is there.
July 26, 2015
CM Punk

Punk avoids Hogan question

While he had no qualms about discussing the topic through social media, CM Punk opted for the high road when asked about the Hulk Hogan controversy during a questions and answers session with UFC fans this week. The former world heavyweight champion playfully mocked Hogan online by referencing an old Booker T interview and the much maligned Bill Cosby, another 80s icon.
July 26, 2015
Tom Prichard

Seth Rollins a politician

All three members of the Shield were trained by Tom Prichard, so when he speaks about them, he has a lot more insights than the fans do. The legendary trainer revealed recently that a major reason why Seth Rollins is being pushed more in WWE than Dean Ambrose is because the former is a much better backstage politician than the latter. Prichard was not being malicious with those comments.
July 26, 2015
Dean Ambrose

Sting saves Roman Reigns

One of the ideas being floated around right now is to have Dean Ambrose become injured in the story line. Then, when Roman Reigns is outnumbered by Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper, the fans will be begging for someone to come and help him even the score. That someone would then be Sting, who would provide Reigns with the public endorsement that could benefit him greatly.
July 24, 2015
Dusty Rhodes

Dreamer honors Rhodes

A post on Instagram where Tommy Dreamer shows off the tribute that he did to Dusty Rhodes at the House of Hardcore show that he recently promoted in Toronto. The ECW legend has long told fans that the American Dream was his biggest inspiration in professional wrestling.
July 20, 2015
Vince McMahon

Seth Rollins as a heel

Rumors are floating around right now that there is a major difference of opinions backstage on how Seth Rollins should be booked as a heel champion. Triple H wants to keep going the old school route by having Rollins be a cowardly champion, much like how Ric Flair used to be. Vince McMahon, however, wants Rollins to be booked as a stronger champion with more credibility with the fans.
July 20, 2015