Wrestling Revealed

Rosita on Tommy Dreamer

A post on Twitter where Rosita congratulates Tommy Dreamer for getting an international television deal for House of Hardcore, a potential place of employee for her.
April 16, 2015

Taz to House of Hardcore

While it is way too early for anything to be finalized, the speculation is that Taz is indeed a candidate to become one of the commentators for House of Hardcore now that Tommy Dreamer has managed to pull off an international television deal for his promotion. No word yet on if he has a non compete clause with TNA, but Dreamer works for the company, so he might be able to convince the front office to let the move happen.
April 16, 2015

NXT touring internationally

While the company has yet to start touring domestically on a full time basis yet, there are already reports popping up that NXT could be doing shows internationally in smaller venues across the world. Word has it that William Regal was the source of these rumors. He told fans that the plans were in place, but it would take approximately a year and a half before they pull it off. Triple H has yet to say anything on the matter.
April 16, 2015

House of Hardcore in Toronto

After finding a degree of success in the United States, Tommy Dreamer is taking his House of Hardcore international. The announcement has been made that the next show will take place in Toronto. That is a pretty bold move for the promotion. Since they have been consistently packing the house, the smart bet would be that they do just fine in Canada. A really great showing could lead to even more shows being held in the country.
April 14, 2015

Drew Galloway holds championships

During a recent interview, Drew Galloway revealed that he is the busiest professional wrestler in the world right now. Not only does he work for TNA on a regular basis, but he is still doing the independent wrestling circuit and international wrestling circuit. Galloway also revealed that he currently holds five championships on three different continents, which is an impressive feat. That means that he is constantly on the road or in the air.
April 11, 2015

Tetsuya Naito to ROH

Apparently, ROH wants a lot of international talent for their upcoming series of matches in Philadelphia and Toronto. In addition to Hiroshi Tanahashi and Kazuchika Okada, the company has now secured the services of Tetsuya Naito. For those of you that do not remember, the veteran performer worked a couple of matches for TNA, including a handicap match against Kevin Nash on Impact Wrestling. No word yet on who he will be working with.
April 6, 2015

Uhaa Nation to WWE

A new class of developmental wrestlers started working for NXT this week. Among them is Uhaa Nation, the highly touted 27 year old from the independent wrestling circuit. He is expected to be the star of the class. Nation was signed late last year, but he had some things to work out before starting with the company. In a rather interesting note, the majority of the class is international guys that have very limited wrestling experience.
April 6, 2015

Young Bucks backstage heat

Apparently, WWE is still really bitter about the Young Bucks rejecting their offer last year. The brothers were asked to go in for a tryout because they had become one of the hottest acts on the independent wrestling circuit and internationally. However, Nick Jackson and Matt Jackson opted to remain free agents. Management is said to be furious because they are not used to performers not wanting to work for them.
March 19, 2015

Del Rio and Mysterio

Some interesting details have come out of Lucha Underground this week. It appears as if the promotion is really wanting to swing for the fences. They reportedly have a plan in place to go big, and it involves Alberto Del Rio and Rey Mysterio. The belief is that the two of them would be given some sort of ownership package if the company were to become an international sensation. Their presence has already helped in television negotiations.
March 13, 2015

GFW special

Since he is having a bit of a hard time trying to secure a television contract with one of the national networks, Jeff Jarrett is said to be pitching the idea of doing a test run. GFW would run a super show that would feature talent from AAA, New Japan, the independent wrestling circuit in the US and international stars from the many business deals that he has set up overseas. Thus far, none of the networks have expressed interest in that.
March 13, 2015