Wrestling Revealed

Dusty Rhodes

Cody Rhodes quitting wrestling

A very interesting tidbit was revealed by Cody Rhodes recently. Though his private social media account, he revealed that he came close to quitting the professional wrestling industry when Dusty Rhodes passed away. He lost some passion for it because his father was a big reason why he decided to become a wrestler in the first place. Rhodes also revealed that his wife, Brandi Rhodes, was the reason why he decided to stick with it.
October 2, 2015
Greg Gagne

Hulk Hogan leaving AWA

A very interesting detail about Hulk Hogan was revealed by Greg Gagne during a recent interview. He stated that when Hogan left the AWA, which was owned by his family, he did so in a manner that was not very professional. Hogan simply stopped showing up for work. When Gagne called Hogan, Hogan informed him that Vince McMahon was paying him more money to not show up for work. Hogan joined WWE shortly thereafter.
October 2, 2015
Triple H

HHH hogging spotlight

There is some concern within WWE over the roles that Triple H has been giving himself. Even though he was the right guy for the part because of his in ring abilities and name value, some questioned if he should have been the one to work with Sting in his debut match. HHH is also penciled in to work with The Rock at Wrestlemania, so a decent amount of people are going to silently accuse him of putting himself in the biggest spotlight.
October 1, 2015

Vader shoot fight

In a very interesting development, Vader could become the next professional wrestler to step into the world of MMA. That comes as a bit of a shock since Leon White is 60 years old now. Reports are saying that a smaller mixed martial arts promotion has offered him $5,000 for the one time fight. The former world heavyweight champion is said to actually be contemplating the deal.
September 30, 2015
Ric Flair

WWE turncoat teammates

A post on YouTube where WWE lists the ten biggest turncoat moments, which is where a wrestler will turn on his tag team partner. It features Seth Rollins walking away from Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns. It also showcases the night where Ric Flair, Brian Pillman and Arn Anderson turning on Sting to reform the Four Horsemen.
September 28, 2015

Flair putting over Konnan

Earlier in the week, Ric Flair and Eric Bischoff got together for a very interesting podcast interview. The two discussed a lot of things that took place in WCW. Though they didn't always get along back then, they understand one another better now. Flair revealed that the worst thing that Bischoff asked him to do when the president of the company was for Flair to put Konnan over on television, which is sure to spark a response soon.
September 28, 2015
Daniel Bryan

Bryan vs Henry

When asked about his upcoming retirement, Mark Henry revealed an interesting choice to be the person that ends his career. The longtime WWE star said that he would not be opposed to the fans choosing how he ends his tenure with the company, but he really would like for someone like Daniel Bryan to be the person to do the honor. Henry feels that Bryan has the credibility for the role.
September 27, 2015
Barry Darsow

Demolition on LOD

In a rather interesting interview, Smash stated that he felt that Demolition was a much bigger attraction than the Road Warriors, the team that they were accused of emulating. The man legally known as Barry Darsow reasoned that he and Ax worked the bigger New York territory, so that made them more relevant than Hawk and Animal, who mostly worked the southern territories for years.
September 27, 2015
Dixie Carter

TNA filming in India

In a rather interesting development, reports have surfaced that TNA has informed their performers that they are going to be taping some content in India later on this year. The belief is that Dixie Carter might even do an episode of Impact Wrestling in that country. This comes as an interesting move because it has long been rumored that Destination America wants them to only tape episodes in the United States.
September 25, 2015
Seth Rollins

Sting on Seth Rollins

After their brutal match at Night of Champions, Sting and Seth Rollins had a rather interesting discussion. The former was sitting in an ambulance when the latter stuck his head in for the chat. Rollins apologized profusely for what happened, but the WCW legend comforted him by telling him that no one was at fault for the injury. Rollins took the opportunity to also express how great it was to work with someone he idolizes.
September 25, 2015