Wrestling Revealed

Hulk Hogan

Sting not retiring

While the media is under the impression that Sting has retired as an in ring performer, the former WCW World Heavyweight Champion feels differently. When asked by TMZ about his status, the man legally known as Steve Borden flat out stated that he was not retired. He didn't stick around long enough to answer any follow up questions, so his status for Wrestlemania 32 is still unknown. Sting also refused to answer a question about Hulk Hogan.
March 20, 2016
Ric Flair

Flair inducting Sting

When the official announcement was initially made, many were under the belief that WWE would have Ric Flair inducting Sting into their hall of fame at Wrestlemania 32 weekend. It made a lot of sense on several levels. For starters, the two of them had one of the greatest rivalries in the history of professional wrestling. Flair helped put Sting on the map. The move also makes sense because Flair is a great talker and is still popular with fans.
March 4, 2016
Sami Zayn

Sami Zayn at Wrestlemania

In a rather interesting bit of news, Sami Zayn is actually scheduled to work a match at Wrestlemania 32. He was scheduled to be in Dallas that weekend because he is wrestling Shinsuke Nakamura in a big match at a special NXT event. No word yet on what match Zayn is going to be wrestling in, but the guess is that it will more than likely be the Andre the Giant memorial battle royal, which may or may not take place before the pay per view.
March 3, 2016
Undertaker

Shane McMahon being paid

While all of the details of his contract have yet to be revealed, one interesting information on the pact between Shane McMahon and WWE has made it to the surface. The former vice president of World Wrestling Entertainment is being paid $120,000 for his appearances on Monday Night Raw before his big Hell in a Cell steel cage match at Wrestlemania against the Undertaker. That's more than what some full time performers are being paid.
March 3, 2016
Undertaker

Sting vs Undertaker at WM

One of the best kept secrets within the WWE locker room usually involves the Undertaker and his opponent at Wrestlemania. Reports have surfaced that the company has already decided on the opponent for this year. They're doing their best not to have that leaked to the internet wrestling community by not telling everyone in the company. There are a lot of rumors going around that the much anticipated match against Sting is happening.
February 18, 2016
Undertaker

Undertaker refusing Strowman match

Some interesting rumors are floating around about the Undertaker. It appears that the legendary performer isn't all that keen on working with Braun Strowman at Wrestlemania 32. There are talks that he might use his veto power when management asks him to sign on for the match. The belief is that he wants to work with a better in ring performer in case this is his last match. He wants to ensure that the performance is up to par.
February 4, 2016
Dixie Carter

Lucha Underground and TNA

In a rather interesting move, TNA officials contacted Lucha Underground officials to gauge their interest in doing a joint show in Dallas during Wrestlemania 32 weekend. Dixie Carter and her staff believe that if the two sides were to come together, it would create quite the buzz and capitalize on the thousands and thousands of WWE fans that are expected to head towards the pay per view. LU officials were not interested in the partnership.
February 4, 2016
Ric Flair

Ric Flair inducting Sting

Now that WWE has announced that Sting will be inducted into the hall of fame at Wrestlemania this year, the speculation will now begin as to who will get to induct the former world heavyweight champion. Right now, Ric Flair is the hot candidate, as the two of them have a genuine and shared respect for one another. Plus, Flair is one of the best talkers in the business, so it would make for an entertaining segment and heartwarming moment.
January 11, 2016
Sting

WWE inducting Sting

As expected, WWE announced that they are going to be inducting Sting into their hall of fame during Wrestlemania 32 weekend. The move has been expected from the moment that the former world heavyweight champion signed with the company. Depending on his health, there is a good chance that the 56 year old legend will be working a high profile match at the pay per view.
January 11, 2016
Andre the Giant

Hulk Hogan at Wrestlemania 3

In a rather interesting bit of trivia, the last time that Hulk Hogan successfully defended the WWE Heavyweight Championship was at Wrestlemania 3 during his legendary match against Andre the Giant. Many are under the assumption that successful title defenses at the biggest pay per view of the year were a more frequent occurrence for Hogan but they're not.
January 2, 2016