Those that watched the latest episode of Monday Night Raw heard Sting finally speak since joining WWE. Kind of. The vignette featured a voice that fans were not familiar with. It was actually the voice of Steve Borden, but the production crew altered that because they want to save his real voice for Wrestlemania. The idea was inspired by the Black Scorpion character, the masked performer who ended up being revealed as Ric Flair.
March 10, 2015
One of the more interesting angles that WWE is doing now is the one where they are making John Cena out to be an old veteran. Reports have surfaced that there are those backstage who are critical of the former heavyweight champion for going along with the idea. They feel that he should use his backstage power to veto the move because it could end up being very bad for his character. Management is slowly demoting him.
February 12, 2015
Due to the segment with Triple H last night, a surprisingly large amount of WWE fans are wondering if Sting was actually on hand for Monday Night Raw. He definitely was not there in person, as management simply hired local wrestlers to portray fake versions of his character. The contract between the two sides only call for a certain amount of dates to be worked, so it would not make much sense for management to waste it on decoys.
February 11, 2015
While quite a bit of interesting things took place during Monday Night Raw, one of the more heartwarming incidents was Triple H breaking character. He did so because a kid at ringside was crying because he thought that his father had really been fired. HHH assured him that it was simply a story line that WWE was doing. The kid was allowed to go backstage to visit with the wrestlers. He was also given some merchandise as well.
January 20, 2015