Wrestling Revealed

Jimmy Snuka

Snuka in court

Footage of Jimmy Snuka attending court in Allentown has surfaced online. As expected, he looked every bit as frail as reports have made him out to be. The WWE legend, however, was not carted in a wheelchair into the facilities. He walked on his own. His lawyers gave a public statement, saying that his client was not dreading the trial. He said that Snuka was actually looking forward to clearing his name.
October 9, 2015

Chyna in dispute

Yet another negative incident involving Chyna has surfaced. She is alleging that a promoter in the United Kingdom owes her money for an appearance that she made back in August. David Low, who ran the event, stated that the original agreement was that she earn her fee by signing autographs and keeping the money that the fans pay for the quick session. He also claims that is the agreement he has had with other wrestlers for years now.
October 9, 2015
William Regal

Wrestlers at Batista wedding

A post on Instagram where Chris Jericho, Fit Finlay, MVP and William Regal are hanging out at the wedding of Batista, who has been getting mainstream coverage because his bride is a competitive pole dancer.
October 9, 2015
Eric Bischoff

Bischoff and Luger heat

During a podcast interview with Ric Flair, Eric Bischoff revealed that he had backstage heat with Lex Luger up until a year or two ago. He stated that the arrogant personality that Luger portrayed on camera was pretty close to what he was really like in real life. Bischoff hated working with him. He also resented Luger because of what happened with Miss Elizabeth, whom his wife was very close to.
October 9, 2015
James Storm

James Storm NXT debut

A post on Instagram where WWE shockingly reveals that James Storm has been signed to a contract and will make his immediate debut for NXT on Thursday night during the live event at the Full Sail University arena. The former world heavyweight champion has been spotted around the company over the past couple of days.
October 9, 2015
Kenny King

Kenny King in TNA

Earlier in the year, the belief was that Kenny King had abruptly left TNA and returned to ROH. Well, the former X Division Champion has been announced as a participant in the World Title Series, which is where the promotion is going to crown their top champion in a couple of weeks. Reports have surfaced that King is working out a deal with both promotions that would allow him to wrestle simultaneously for them.
October 8, 2015
James Storm

James Storm at performance center

To add even further fuel to the fire about his upcoming deal with WWE, James Storm was spotted at the performance center earlier in the day. A photo surfaced on social media of a man that looks extremely like him at the venue. Reports have surfaced that Storm is looking to sign a contract that will enable him to be an in ring performer and a trainer for NXT. The veteran could be quite the valuable asset to the brand.
October 8, 2015
Brooke Tessmacher

Knockouts world champion

In a move that is a refreshing display of creativity, TNA has announced that a couple of Knockouts will be allowed to compete in the World Title Series to determine a new heavyweight champion. Gail Kim, Brooke Tessmacher, Madison Rayne and Awesome Kong are being allowed to compete with the men for the chance to carry the top belt in the promotion. More Knockouts could be added in the following days.
October 8, 2015
Finn Balor

Samoa Joe challenges Balor

In an expected move, Samoa Joe has challenged Finn Balor for the NXT Heavyweight Championship. Balor accepted the challenge, but WWE opted to not grant that to Joe. Instead, they want to give him a little more momentum by having him win a battle royal next week to earn the shot. A couple of other contenders are expected to be added to the match, but the belief is that Joe is almost a lock to win.
October 8, 2015
New Day

Freebird Rule

As many of you already know, the Freebird Rule enables three performers to defend the tag team championship. It was made famous by the Fabulous Freebird and is currently being used by New Day. During a podcast interview with Ric Flair, Michael Hayes admitted that it was not his idea in the first place. He revealed that Ole Anderson was the person that was responsible for the idea.
October 8, 2015