Wrestling Revealed

Brock Lesnar suspended

For those of you that are having trouble separating fact from fiction, the suspension thrown at Brock Lesnar for creating a carnage during Monday Night Raw is simply a part of the story line. WWE wanted to ease some of the resentment from members of the internet wrestling community that held a grudge against Lesnar for not being there full time. This is part of their long term plan to eventually turn him into a full blown baby face.
March 31, 2015

Kevin Nash charges dropped

Right before Christmas, wrestling fans got word that Kevin Nash had been arrested and charged with battery after an incident involving his son. It looks like the former world heavyweight champion will not be going to court after all. All charges against Nash, stemming from the incident, have been dropped. He is now exonerated and free about to go as pleased. WWE could lift the suspension now, but Nash stated that he has severed ties with the company.
January 14, 2015

Kevin Nash upset with WWE

While the legends contract with WWE was not his main source of income, by any means, Kevin Nash is quite upset with management for suspending his deal immediately after he was arrested for battery during an incident with his son. The suspension meant that he would no longer receive monthly paychecks from the company. Nash stated on social media that he did not see himself coming back to the company, even after the case is closed.
January 14, 2015

HHH suspends Nash

Reports have surfaced that Triple H was actually the one that made the decision to suspend Kevin Nash after he was charged for battery during a situation that involved his own son. It is also being said that HHH was the one to make the phone call to Nash personally. There are those that are skeptical of the reports, as the automatic suspension is said to be a policy by WWE. Legends contracts are immediately suspended until legal issues are cleared.
January 8, 2015

Randy Orton at Wrestlemania

When it comes to Wrestlemania, things are usually written in pencil, even up until the start of the pay per view. One thing that is fairly certain is that Randy Orton will be given a spot on the card, barring a serious injury or suspension. The problem for WWE is finding him someone to work with. One idea being tossed around backstage is to have the former world heavyweight champion working a high profile singles match against Seth Rollins.
January 4, 2015