Wrestling Revealed

Goldust on Tough Enough

Everyone knows that Bill DeMott will not be the coach on Tough Enough next season. Steve Austin has refused to have any involvement with WWE at the moment. The show is definitely going to take place, so a coach will be needed. Through social media, Goldust has expressed a desire to fill that role. He is said to be transitioning from an in ring career to that of a trainer very soon, so this would be quite fitting for both sides.
April 3, 2015

Goldust training NXT

While he still continues to deny the retirement rumors, the belief is that Goldust will be making the transition from active in ring performer to being a trainer. He will definitely stick around with WWE once he is done on the main roster. Lately, the people backstage have been talking about him being moved down to NXT to become one of the trainers there. Dustin Rhodes has long stated that he looks forward to that chapter in his life.
April 2, 2015

Goldust to Europe

A post on Twitter where Goldust reveals what he will be doing when WWE does a tour of Europe later on this month.
April 2, 2015

Rusev push

Fans who put too much emphasis on winning and losing are under the belief that this is the end of the road for Rusev because he was buried by John Cena at Wrestlemania. As Jim Ross has repeatedly tried to explain, that's not how things work in professional wrestling. WWE is already building the Russian sympathizer back up. He was given a squash match against Goldust on Monday Night Raw, and a winning streak is expected to follow.
March 31, 2015

Tamina Snuka at Wrestlemania

When they say that WWE contacts everyone to chip in and help during Wrestlemania week, they mean everyone. Tamina Snuka has resurfaced this week. She did a promotional appearance at the San Francisco 49ers museum with Goldust, Jack Swagger and Lilian Garcia. For those that are not aware, Tamina has been on the sidelines for the last several months because she tore her ACL. He return to television is expected soon.
March 27, 2015

Andre the Giant brawl

A video on YouTube of several WWE stars, including Kane, Curtis Axel, Mark Henry, Goldust and Heath Slater, engaging in a brawl during Monday Night Raw to promote the upcoming Andre the Giant memorial battle royal at Wrestlemania.
March 18, 2015

IC title stolen

For those of you that have not been attending live events lately, WWE is routinely running the angle where the Intercontinental Championship keeps getting stolen by the performers who will compete for the belt in a ladder match at Wrestlemania. Cody Rhodes worked a match against Goldust in Erie on Saturday. While that was going on, Dolph Ziggler ran out from the backstage area and stole the title. Story will continue on Monday Night Raw.
March 8, 2015

Cody Rhodes at Wrestlemania

It looks like the big rematch between the brothers might not happen at Wrestlemania after all. WWE changed up the script again, and it looks like Cody Rhodes will be in the ladder match for the Intercontinental Championship instead. Goldust has yet to be added, but there is a good chance that he will be because he teased a title chase on social media earlier in the week. Time constraint could be a possible reason for erasing the rematch.
March 6, 2015

Goldust at Wrestlemania

A post on Twitter from Goldust where he reveals which match he wants WWE to give him at Wrestlemania, and it surprisingly does not involve Cody Rhodes.
March 5, 2015

Goldust training

As has been reported over the last couple of weeks, Goldust should be ending his term as a performer on the main roster after Wrestlemania. He will remain with WWE in some sort of capacity. While it was initially reported that he was going to be utilized as a backstage agent and producer, there are now talks that he could be used as a trainer in the developmental program. The former Intercontinental Champion might even work matches in NXT.
March 4, 2015