Wrestling Revealed

Hogan and Lesnar

Even though he did not work a match at Wrestlemania, Hulk Hogan was given a locker room by WWE. He had to share one, and his choice of a roommate was rather interesting. The legendary performer shared the room with Brock Lesnar. The feeling is that management wanted the former UFC star to be in near proximity to the guy that helped start the pay per view in the first place, in case he needed any advice or pointers.
April 3, 2015

Bryan vs Nakamura

Last month, Daniel Bryan revealed in an interview that he wanted to wrestle his former roommate and training partner Shinsuke Nakamura at Wrestlemania in Dallas next year. Now, the popular star is requesting that management bring the New Japan star on board when WWE tours Japan this year. Bryan feels that an interpromotional match between the two of them would help draw in fans to the live events in Tokyo.
April 3, 2015

nWo vs DX

At Wrestlemania, fans finally got to witness the much anticipated showdown between two of the greatest stables of all time, the nWo and DX. While scripting the match and segment, many backstage felt that a lot of the alliances and logic did not make sense. Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash and Scott Hall were longtime enemies of Sting. Plus, they are also real life friends with Shawn Michaels, Triple H and Sean Waltman. WWE went through with it anyways.
April 2, 2015

Sting and Undertaker

WWE fans were quite thrilled yesterday when photos surfaced of Sting and the Undertaker chatting at the airport. Seeing their friendship increases the hope that the two of them will get together for the much anticipated match at Wrestlemania next year. Well, those fans are going to be even more thrilled when they learn that the two legends shared a locker room together at Levi Stadium. They also spent a good amount of time together over the weekend.
April 1, 2015

Rock travels to Wrestlemania

The media has caught on to the story about how hectic of a travel schedule that The Rock had to endure, in order to be at Wrestlemania. The previous night, he was in New York City, hosting Saturday Night Live. After the event ended, he hung out with the cast member and ate some steaks. The WWE legend immediately rushed to the airport and jumped on a plane to travel overnight to California. He made it in time to practice his segment.
March 31, 2015

NXT at Wrestlemania

To promote the brand that he is currently in charge of, Triple H noted that all but one match at Wrestlemania featured someone that trained at NXT. Antonio Cesaro, Luke Harper, Seth Rollins, Paige, Rusev, Bray Wyatt, Roman Reigns and several WWE stars in the Andre the Giant battle royal all went through the developmental program. The only match that did not feature someone from there was the one between HHH and Sting.
March 31, 2015

Sting Wrestlemania request

Since the company badly wanted to bring him on board, there were several stipulations that Sting required from WWE. One of them was not on the contract, but the front office gave it to him anyways because they wanted him to be as comfortable as possible. The WCW legend requested that Charles Robinson be the referee for his match at Wrestlemania with Triple H. The two of them worked together for years.
March 30, 2015

Lance Storm questions Sting

A post on Twitter where Lance Storm questions Sting during his WWE debut match at Wrestlemania.
March 30, 2015

Scott Hall on Sting

A post on Twitter where former WWE Intercontinental Champion Scott Hall talks about his favorite moment with Sting at Wrestlemania.
March 30, 2015

Sting wrestling again

Now that he has made his Wrestlemania debut in a cameo filled match against Triple H, Sting is going to take some time and decide on his future in professional wrestling. He is said to be open to the idea of working more matches for WWE, provided that the story makes sense and the money is right. On the flip side, the company definitely would love to make use of his name value once again, but they are not going to rush his decision.
March 30, 2015