While doing a stand up comedy show in Boston, Dolph Ziggler revealed to fans in the audience the reason why he chose to stay with WWE instead of leaving to pursue other options in the industry. The former world heavyweight champion stated that he wanted to finish his career with the company that gave him his start, which sounds like he is simply towing the company line.
June 28, 2015
In order to increase his promotion's chances at succeeding, Jeff Jarrett wisely knows that he's going to need names that fans are more familiar with. The former world heavyweight champion has picked up a centerpiece for GFW in Brutus Magnus, who asked for a release from TNA and received it recently. He is finishing up at Slammiversary.
June 27, 2015
A giant sigh of relief can be heard collectively from WWE fans today. They no longer need to worry about Dolph Ziggler taking his talents elsewhere. The former world heavyweight champion has reportedly agreed to a new contract to remain with the company for at least another year. He was contemplating a departure for the longest time now.
June 26, 2015
Fans that watched Impact Wrestling this week got to witness a surprising return. Shawn Hernandez came back to TNA and aligned himself with the Beat Down Clan. The belief was that the former world tag team champion was done with the company because they stopped booking him a while back. The two sides have made amends.
June 25, 2015
A hilarious claim was made on the latest episode of the Chris Jericho podcast interview show. The Great Khali stated that even though he may not be able to run nowadays, he can still work a match. In fact, he states that he could probably work an hour long match if that opportunity ever rises. The former world heavyweight champion feels that fans underrate his abilities.
June 24, 2015
At the risk of alienating WWE fans, Shawn Michaels was pretty honest when he was recently asked about the current product. He stated that he was a fan of Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns. However, he also revealed that he does not watch the shows that much nowadays. It apparently no longer interests the former world heavyweight champion.
June 24, 2015
In a sign of how much stock the company is putting into Tough Enough, Vince McMahon and Kevin Dunn were down in Florida to oversee the show instead of running Monday Night Raw like they routinely do. That meant that Triple H was left in charge of the episode. Most fans did not even notice the difference, so HHH proved that he can stick to the formula really well.
June 23, 2015