Wrestling Revealed

Miz

Sting and Stephen Amell

There is an interesting rumor floating around right now that WWE is considering the possibility of having Sting and Stephen Amell, both of whom portray vigilante characters on television, teaming up to take on Stardust and Miz, who portrays a cocky Hollywood actor character at Summerslam. That would generate quite the mainstream media attention for the company.
July 28, 2015
Kane

Kane defends character

There are sectors of the internet wrestling community that really cannot handle change. Kane is fully aware of this because he still gets a good amount of fans that tell him that he has ruined his legacy by switching over to the corporate puppet character. Glen Jacobs defends himself by stating that when you are in WWE for as long as he has been, you need to prove that you can add wrinkles to your character to keep it interesting.
May 24, 2015
Curt Hawkins

Curt Hawkins vs Starman

A video on Instagram of Curt Hawkins wrestling a real life Starman, a popular character from the Pro Wresting video game that was released for the Nintendo Entertainment System back during the 1980s. It was the first of its kind back then and still remains a cult classic among the internet wrestling community.
May 23, 2015
CM Punk

CM Punk in Ninja Turtles

One of the more interesting things that were revealed by CM Punk during his convention appearance over the weekend was the fact that he has already auditioned for a role in the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie. He refused to reveal which character he was trying out for, however. Punk wants to add movie star to his resume that already includes professional wrestler, mixed martial arts fighter and comic book writer.
April 26, 2015
Batista

CM Punk new comic

Rumors broke over the weekend that CM Punk was going to be writing a new comic book on the Punisher. It turned out to be another character instead, even though Punk did admit that he really wanted to write one for the Punisher. The former world heavyweight champion revealed that the character that Marvel gave him was Drax the Destroyer, which interestingly enough is portrayed by Batista in Guardians of the Galaxy movies.
April 26, 2015
Sting

nWo saving Sting

Since they spent a lot of time in WCW tormenting one another, fans were a bit confused that the nWo would come out and save Sting. Scott Hall was asked about that from a fan through social media, and his response was that he had no comment. It is difficult for anyone involved with WWE to explain the logic behind that one. Hall did mention money as a factor, but that more than likely has to do with what his character is thinking.
April 6, 2015
Sting

Randy Savage voice

During a recent interview, Sting told a backstage story in regards to Randy Savage, a man whom he respects and admires greatly. While in WCW together, the former asked the latter to speak in his normal voice, to which Savage replied that it was his normal voice. There have long been those who believed that the Macho Man purposely stayed in character at all times, so they tried to see if they could catch him being normal.
March 27, 2015
Ric Flair

Black Scorpion voice

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
John Cena

John Cena age

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
Sting

Sting on Raw

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