Wrestling Revealed

Wrestlemania entrances

As many of you already know, two matches have been moved from the main Wrestlemania card and placed on the kickoff show. The reason for that is because management has been planning extravagant entrances for Rusev, Undertaker, Bray Wyatt and Triple H. While his name is not on the list, you can more than likely expect something pretty spectacular for Sting, as this is his actual in ring debut for WWE.
March 29, 2015

Sting and HHH training

Generally, WWE stars who are paired up for matches with one another at Wrestlemania start practicing on their routine together at the various live events during the previous week. When you're doing a match with Sting and Triple H, however, you cannot afford to give that away for free. Thus, the two legendary performers decided to work things out at the performance center in Orlando. HHH is expected to call the match in the ring.
March 27, 2015

Wrestlemania lost matches

A video on YouTube where WWE shares some interesting details about matches that never happened at Wrestlemania, including the big match between Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair that fans were deprived of.
March 25, 2015

Dolph Ziggler upset

During a recent interview, Dolph Ziggler confirmed that he was indeed upset that WWE is not pushing him. However, even though it bothers him, he uses that as motivation. The former world heavyweight champion stated that his goal was to keep winning over the fans and putting on tremendous matches until he can finally convince someone in the front office to give him another sustained chance at being a main event level performer.
March 23, 2015

Bellator signs Bobby Lashley

It looks like Bobby Lashley will continue to have multiple avenues of income for at least another year. News coming out of Bellator is that a new contract has been reached. The promotion has been pretty pleased with the results that Lashley has been producing. He has fought twice for them and won both match. In terms of his career, the former world heavyweight champion has won 10 of 12 matches due to stoppage.
March 21, 2015

Kota Sekifuda to TNA

A new face will be showing up in TNA soon. Kota Sekifuda is reportedly being sent to the United States by Big Japan Wrestling to gain some more experience. They somehow worked a deal with Dixie Carter to allow him to gain that experience through her promotion. Sekifuda is a rookie in the business, and he will more than likely work a couple of hardcore matches during his tenure because BJW is known for that style.
March 19, 2015

Kevin Owens surgery

On Monday, WWE revealed that Kevin Owens had to undergo knee surgery. More details have now been revealed. A partial meniscectomy was performed. The NXT Heavyweight Champion will more than likely miss anywhere between 4 and 6 weeks of action, which means that he will not be working any matches during Wrestlemania week. Management will have to figure something out because they have a big show in San Jose that weekend.
March 17, 2015

Jey Uso injured

With Wrestlemania being less than two weeks away, WWE might need to call an audible with one of the championship matches. Initially, the Usos were scheduled to be one of the teams that challenged Antonio Cesaro and Tyson Kidd for the tag team belts, but Jey Uso suffered some sort of shoulder injury during the latest episode of Smackdown. There is no timetable for his return yet. His brother Jimmy Uso worked live events by himself.
March 16, 2015

Shawn Michaels ladder match

When it comes to ladder matches, one of the most memorable ones involves Scott Hall and Shawn Michaels. That classic will forever be remembered by WWE fans. Management is hoping to capture some of that magic at Wrestlemania this year. Michaels himself noted on social media that a ladder match can have a major impact on the career of a performer. He feels that one of these guys might become a bigger star because of it.
March 14, 2015

Alberto Del Rio injury

A little ray of light has been shone in the direction of Alberto Del Rio. Doctors have discovered that his injury was not as severely as initially believed. The former world heavyweight champion was under the impression that he completely tore his quad. It has been discovered that it was only partially torn. Del Rio still needs time to recover from the injury, so much of his upcoming matches will need to be canceled or postponed.
March 12, 2015