Wrestling Revealed

Randy Orton

Randy Orton returning to WWE

Rumors have been floating around that Randy Orton is set to make his much needed return to WWE in April. It has fueled speculations on the former world heavyweight champion being a last minute addition to Wrestlemania 32. The belief is that he won't be working the pay per view because it would seem like such a random addition at this point in time. Orton could be used on the Monday Night Raw that follows the big event. Surprises are needed there.
March 24, 2016
Miz

Wrestlemania 32 ladder match

In case you missed Monday Night Raw, Stephanie McMahon announced a seven man ladder match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship. Kevin Owens will be defending against Sin Cara, Zack Ryder, Stardust, Dolph Ziggler, Miz and Sami Zayn. Originally, many were under the impression that World Wrestling Entertainment was going to be doing a fatal four way, but the decision to get more performers on the card was made.
March 22, 2016
Shane McMahon

Undertaker match gets new stipulation

In case you missed Monday Night Raw, Vince McMahon unveiled a new stipulation for the match between Undertaker and Shane McMahon at Wrestlemania 32. If the former world heavyweight champion loses the match, then he will never get to perform at the biggest WWE pay per view of the year again. Of course, if Shane wins the match, then he takes over the flagship show for World Wrestling Entertainment. More stipulations possible.
March 22, 2016
Stan Hansen

Stan Hansen being inducted

On Monday Night Raw, a rumored induction for the hall of fame has been confirmed. WWE announced that Stan Hansen will be honored in Dallas during Wrestlemania 32 weekend. On the surface, the company is telling fans that Hansen is being inducted because of his connection to the state of Texas. However, those within the industry know that Stan is being inducted because they wanted to draw in fans from Japan to the WWE Network.
March 22, 2016
Sami Zayn

Braun Strowman attacked by fan

After Monday Night Raw went off the air, Braun Strowman worked a dark match against Dolph Ziggler, Sami Zayn and Roman Reigns. During the match, Luke Harper suffered some sort of knee injury. However, the bigger news was the fact that Strowman was punched in the face by a fan. Security were quick to jump in and remove the fan from the arena. WWE has had several issues over the past years with fans attacking wrestlers.
March 22, 2016
Shane McMahon

Shane McMahon screws up promo

A post on Twitter where WWE star Shane McMahon talks about how he screwed up his promo with the Undertaker during the latest episode of Monday Night Raw.
March 17, 2016
Chris Jericho

Adrian Neville injures foot

When Adrian Neville wrestled Chris Jericho on Monday Night Raw, the ending felt a bit awkward. The reason for that is because Jericho noticed that Neville was injured, so he shoved the referee to end the match. Neville suffered a broken ankle and shinbone. Fortunately for the high flyer, he will not need surgery to repair the damage. Neville will, however, be required to spend two to three months away from WWE.
March 17, 2016
Shane McMahon

Shane McMahon being paid

While all of the details of his contract have yet to be revealed, one interesting information on the pact between Shane McMahon and WWE has made it to the surface. The former vice president of World Wrestling Entertainment is being paid $120,000 for his appearances on Monday Night Raw before his big Hell in a Cell steel cage match at Wrestlemania against the Undertaker. That's more than what some full time performers are being paid.
March 3, 2016
Bullet Club

Bulletproof on Raw

For the past few days, Finn Balor has been teasing fans with something big that might finally make its debut on Monday Night Raw this week. The belief is that it will be a modified version of the Bullet Club stable. Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows are both now contractually cleared to work for WWE. A big debut of a globally popular stable could help the promotion build up even more momentum heading into Wrestlemania in April.
February 27, 2016
Vince McMahon

HHH fought hard for Reigns

According to Sean Waltman, who made an appearance on the Jim Ross podcast interview show this week, Triple H had to fight tooth and nails with Vince McMahon so that his character could take a beating from Roman Reigns on the Monday Night Raw after the former Shield member captured the WWE Heavyweight Championship. McMahon apparently didn't want that to happen, but HHH knew that it would turn the audience around.
February 12, 2016