Wrestling Revealed

Rey Mysterio

Mysterio wins Destiny title

In a rather interesting move, Rey Mysterio has been crowned the new Destiny Heavyweight Champion. He captured the title in a triple threat match in Ontario that also featured former WWE star Justin Gabriel. In case you didn't know, the promoter for this company is Santino Marella, another former World Wrestling Entertainment performer as well. This means that Mysterio will be heading back to Canada more frequently this year.
October 9, 2015
Mark Henry

Mark Henry signing contract

In a rather interesting tidbit, Mark Henry revealed that he was ready to retire as an in ring performer back in 2013. The former world heavyweight champion was more than willing to remain with WWE in a backstage role. However, when he went to the headquarters and spoke with Vince McMahon, he was somehow convinced to sign another multiple year deal by the CEO.
October 8, 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

Sting neck not broken

Some good news in regards to the injury that Sting suffered at Night of Champions during his WWE Heavyweight Championship match against Seth Rollins. While it still seems quite severe, reports have surfaced that his neck is definitely not broken. Some are still considered that it might be a spinal injury. Regardless, though, management is said to be hesitant about using him in the ring again.
September 23, 2015

Sting not at Raw

There was a bit of confusion last night in regards to the whereabouts of Sting. WWE posted on their official website that the legendary performer was going to be kicking off Monday Night Raw with a major announcement. That never happened. Sources are saying that the former world heavyweight champion was already back at home in Dallas. He was resting and healing up from his injuries.
September 22, 2015

Sting putting over performers

In yet another sign that he is highly unlikely to walk out of Night of Champions with the top belt in WWE in tow, Sting revealed during a recent interview that he was brought into the company to help put over others. The former world heavyweight champion said that he was fine with that role because he has already had his time in the spotlight. For him, it is now all about enjoying his remaining days in the business.
September 16, 2015
Hulk Hogan

McMahon avoids Hogan

When he found out that TMZ was going to posting a controversial video on him, Hulk Hogan immediately called WWE to inform them of the situation. The former world heavyweight champion revealed that Vince McMahon never even bothered to talk to him during the entire ordeal. Hogan stated that Triple H was the one that kept in touch with him. HHH was also the one that gave Hogan the bad news about their business separation.
September 15, 2015

WWE trophy trashing

A post on YouTube where WWE lists the ten best trophy trashing incidents. Management requested this video in order to further emphasize the issues between Sting and Seth Rollins before their world heavyweight championship match at Night of Champions.
September 12, 2015
Bobby Eaton

Ric Flair trains Stan Lane

Here is an interesting tidbit on Ric Flair. Despite being one of the best of all time and knowing so much about the industry, the former world heavyweight champion has really only trained one person to become a full time wrestler. That special distinction belongs to Stan Lane, who found his greatest fame during the 1980s as one half of the legendary Midnight Express tag team with Bobby Eaton.
September 11, 2015
John Cena

John Cena regaining belt

By putting the United States Heavyweight Championship on John Cena, WWE made the belt relevant again. They more than likely will be going back to that well at Night of Champions, as the belief is that Cena will be taking back the belt. Management wants to do that so that fans will believe that it is possible for Seth Rollins to lose the world heavyweight championship later on in the night to Sting.
September 11, 2015