Wrestling Revealed

Radicals to WWE

Vickie Guerrero did a podcast interview with Chris Jericho this week, and she revealed something rather interesting about the Radicalz making the jump to WWE. She revealed that even before Chris Benoit, Dean Malenko, Perry Saturn and Eddie Guerrero were released by WCW, there were discussions being had with Vince McMahon, which is essentially contract tampering. No lawsuit is likely to take place since the company no longer exists.
April 11, 2015

Luther Reigns sues WWE

A trio of wrestlers in California have filed a lawsuit against WWE. It is basically the same ones that other performers have filed recently. Luther Reigns, Ryan Sakoda and Russ McCullough want to be paid for damages that they suffered while working for the company. All are complaining about memory loss. Reigns stated that there is a code of silence in the company in regards to injuries, while Sakoda said that performers felt forced to work hurt.
April 10, 2015

AJ Lee leaving

As soon as word spread about her departure from the company, fans started speculating on why AJ Lee walked out of WWE. She has yet to confirm any of the rumors that are floating out there. Reports have now surfaced that the final straw that led to her decision was the fact that the company supported the lawsuit filed against CM Punk by the doctor. She found it difficult to work for a company that is trying to harm her family.
April 9, 2015

Bill DeMott footage

WWE was not as oblivious to the accusations thrown at Bill DeMott as many fans assume them to be. There are cameras installed throughout the performance center, and the company does keep footage of all the practices. The move was done a couple of years back because the front office wanted to protect themselves from potential lawsuits from disgruntled developmental wrestlers who ended up not making it to the main roster.
March 14, 2015

Bill DeMott lawsuit

While Bill DeMott is no longer with the company after tendering his resignation earlier this month, the former trainer is expected to be sitting in a room with WWE representatives again very soon. The belief in the industry is that there will be lawsuits heading towards the desk of Vince McMahon very soon. Some of the developmental wrestlers that made allegations are expected to now take things to court. Settlements are expected.
March 12, 2015

Big Daddy V concerns

While Cassandra Frazier sounds very serious about her allegations, the belief is that WWE is not all that concerned about the lawsuit that she has filed against them this week. Management feels that their legal team should be able to clear up the matter rather swiftly and easily. She is claiming that her husband Big Daddy V died due to head injuries suffered while working for the company. Company lawyers are dealing with similar lawsuits.
February 21, 2015

Big Daddy V lawsuit

Earlier today, it was reported that Cassandra Frazier, who is the widow of Big Daddy V, has filed a lawsuit against WWE, claiming that her husband had died because of injuries suffered while working for the company. Management issued an official statement, saying that they had not been served with the lawsuit yet, but when it does arrive at their doorsteps, they will vigorously defend themselves against the claims in a court of law.
February 19, 2015

Owen Hart settlement

Reports recently surfaced that Vince McMahon had allegedly offered to pay $93 million to the Hart family if they agreed to not pursue legal action against the company for the accidental and untimely death of Owen Hart. There are also allegations from family members that Bret Hart was the one that prevented that payment from taking place, which caused the family to end up with a lot less money after the lawsuit was over and done with.
February 17, 2015

Edge and Christian sue WWE

If you are hearing chatter about a million dollar lawsuit being filed against WWE by Edge and Christian, you need not take that too seriously, as it is simply a story line that has been concocted by the company to keep the former tag team champions involved. The real life close friends have already filmed segments for the next episode of Smackdown, where they are scheduled to explain their fictional legal actions against the corporation.
December 31, 2014

Bellator contacts Lesnar

The contract between Brock Lesnar and WWE does not expire until after Wrestlemania is over. However, that is not stopping Bellator from starting their pursuit of the former NCAA wrestling champion. Scott Coker confirmed through a recent interview that he has already made contact with Lesnar. In order to prevent a potential tampering lawsuit, Coker also made sure to mention that there was no negotiations taking place during the talks.
December 26, 2014