Wrestling Revealed

Gunner

Gunner leaves TNA

After a series of negotiations, it appears that Gunner and TNA have decided to part ways. The former world television champion announced through social media that was he accepting booking on the independent wrestling circuit now. While there seems to be some slight resentment, he professional opted to thanks everyone that he worked with.
June 20, 2015
MVP

MVP explains himself

When the news broke that ROH was picked up by Destination America, MVP was one of the first ones to respond via social media. He appeared to be rather upset about the situation and even posted information on how to book him, leaving fans to wonder if he was going to be walking away from TNA. The former United States Heavyweight Champion stated that he might have jumped to conclusion and reacted a little too quickly.
May 28, 2015
Owen Hart

Booker T comments removed

While talking about the abilities of Adrian Neville, JBL stated that Owen Hart was a high flying but not anything like this. Innocently, Booker T added to that by stating that Hart did not defy gravity, which is a term used frequently for Neville. That drew the ire of fans, who immediate took to social media to bash Booker, who ended up issuing an apology. WWE decided to take it a step further by removing the comments on the replay of Monday Night Raw.
April 28, 2015
Vince McMahon

WWE divas division

While we've heard of this promise several times before in the past, WWE is said to be very intent on changing how fans view the divas division by changing how they book the divas division. Vince McMahon has seen the social media support that the girls have received, and he also knows how popular the Total Divas show is, so the promise might be kept this time around. McMahon has also seen how over the NXT divas are as well.
March 31, 2015
Jerry Lawler

Jim Ross resentment

During an interview this week, Jim Ross gave fans a little bit of a nugget. He revealed that there is a good amount of resentment towards him from the current group of broadcasters in WWE. Majority of that is not his fault, as guys like Michael Cole, Jerry Lawler, JBL and Booker T have grown tired of hearing fans complaining about their work on social media and demanding that Ross be brought back into the company and give his old job back.
March 28, 2015