Wrestling Revealed

Seth Rollins

Seth Rollins breaks record

While it is not getting anywhere near the coverage that the record broken by Nikki Bella recently did, Seth Rollins has placed his name into the WWE record books. Having held the world heavyweight champion for 184 days, he is now the longest reigning titleholder that is also a Money in the Bank winner. Miz held the belt for 160 days, while Kane was champion for 154 days.
September 27, 2015

Divas in main event

Later on tonight, Charlotte will attempt to prevent Nikki Bella from breaking the record for the longest reigning WWE Divas Championship. The internet wrestling community has taken to social media to try to convince management to let them have the main event slot. While it has not been completely ruled out, the front office is unlikely to do that because they simply do not have that much faith in the girls.
September 14, 2015
Steve Austin

Vince McMahon controls records

During a podcast interview between Ric Flair and Steve Austin, the topic of records being broken was discussed. Austin revealed that Vince McMahon is quite meticulous and protective of records that he controls. Austin even went as far as to say that McMahon keeps a book of all the records, so that he can decide which ones he wants to alter. Right now, McMahon is pondering the possibility of John Cena beating the record held by Flair.
September 5, 2015
AJ Lee

Nikki breaking AJ record

If Nikki Bella is still the WWE Divas Champion by September 15, 2015, then she will have broken the longest reigning record previously held by AJ Lee, who is on bad terms with management because she opted to retire early. To tease a potential title change before then, management is having Charlotte challenging for the belt on the episode of Monday Night Raw that airs the night before that date.
September 3, 2015

Bram being deported

Yesterday, Bram shocked the world of professional wrestling when he was arrested for domestic violence. To their credit, TNA did not immediately fire him, citing the need to let the justice system do their job. The belief is that he will eventually be given a release because the publicity is just too negative in the long term. There are also talks that he could be sent back to England because of his criminal record.
September 1, 2015
Seth Rollins

Cena vs Rollins at Summerslam

Of all the Summerslam spoilers floating around right now, the most likely one could involve John Cena and Seth Rollins. The two of them are each putting their belts on the line. Since, WWE does not want either of them to lose their roles as champion, there is more than likely going to be a dirty finish in the match. Cena has been teasing a record breaking title win, but very few believe him.
August 19, 2015
Bobby Lashley

Lashley at Bellator 145

When Bellator 145: Vengeance takes place, one thing that is certain is that Bobby Lashley will be fighting on the show. We just do not know who he will be fighting at the moment because the company has yet to reveal that. The event is taking place at the Scottrade Center in St Louis. Lashley has an MMA career record of 13 victories and just 2 defeats.
August 16, 2015
John Cena

Cena breaking Flair record

While much of the internet wrestling community is against the idea of it eventually happening, Ric Flair himself actually has no qualms about John Cena potentially breaking his record for the most amount of world heavyweight championship title reigns. In fact, Flair said that he is rooting for it because he is a big fan of Cena and feels that he deserves the honor more than anyone else.
August 15, 2015
Prime Time Players

WWE stars pulled over

In a situation that might spark some racial debates, three WWE performers were pulled over by a police officer as they were leaving Battleground, and they all happen to be black. Mark Henry and the Prime Time Players posted about the situation on social media. The three of them seemed to have taken the situation really well, as they joked about having clean records.
July 20, 2015
Dwayne Johnson

Dwayne Johnson earning power

Years ago, Hollywood took a gamble on Dwayne Johnson, and he has now proven himself to be quite the rock for these studios. San Andreas has helped Warner Bros reach $1 billion for the year, and it was done in record time. Furious 7 helped Universal pull off the exact same feat. Johnson should have no issues with getting future films.
June 28, 2015