Wrestling Revealed

Daniel Bryan

Daniel Bryan pulled

Some more bad news regarding Daniel Bryan. WWE has pulled his name from all upcoming live events and television taping. That is not a good sign because it means that the former world heavyweight champion will not be making a return anytime soon. Initially, there were rumors that he was going to be on the shelf for approximately a month. Now, it appears that he is going to need much more time to recover than that.
April 28, 2015
Zeb Colter

Zeb Colter not returning

Some bad news if you're hoping to see Zeb Colter back on television. The belief right now is that his return is unlikely to happen because WWE simply has no desires to put a lot of focus on Jack Swagger. He is now considered someone that is lost in the shuffle. Despite being a former world heavyweight champion, his role nowadays will be that of a filler. Job security for Swagger is said to be pretty low, as management feel he is replaceable.
April 8, 2015
Jeff Jarrett

GFW television taping

Some big news is expected to come out of Jeff Jarrett soon, and the belief is that he will announce a television taping for GFW soon. There are already talks that the first show could be done in late May or early June. At the very latest, they will take place in July. The speculation here is that Jarrett is coming close to signing a television contract with an unnamed network. He has met with several companies to gauge interest in his product.
March 9, 2015
Jeff Jarrett

Jeff Jarrett at Wrestlemania

While he is highly unlikely to ever be back with the company, Jeff Jarrett is going to be in northern Caliornia when Wrestlemania takes place. After all, that is the center of the wrestling universe. Rumors have surfaced that he is saving his big announcement about GFW until that weekend. Since there hasn't been a lot of news about his negotiations to get a television show, Jarrett will most likely reveal news on the roster and live events.
February 21, 2015
Vince McMahon

WWE loses Mexico

In a very depressing bit of news, WWE is losing a lot of their market share in Mexico now. Monday Night Raw is no longer being aired on free television in the country. It is still available for those who pay for premium channels, but that is a severe drop in viewership. Smackdown has already been removed from the country. Vince McMahon has been desperately trying to resolve things down there because he views it as a major market and asset.
December 29, 2014