Wrestling Revealed

Christian

Foley show on WWE Network

For the longest time now, Noelle Foley has wanted to work for World Wrestling Entertainment, a company where her father made millions of dollars as an in ring performer. Well, she's getting her chance now. Noelle and Mick Foley are going to be getting their own reality television show on the WWE Network. Not a lot of details have been revealed right now, but the belief is that it will be similar to the show Edge and Christian are doing.
March 14, 2016
Rey Mysterio

Lucha Underground on iTunes

The addition of Rey Mysterio has already proven to be quite the win for Lucha Underground already, but another major victory has just been notched by the promotion. LU has officially announced that they have now signed a deal where their weekly television show will be streamed through the iTune streaming service. It is extremely impressive when a company not named WWE would sign such a big deal with a company like Apple.
March 2, 2016
Vince McMahon

Vince McMahon downplaying ratings

It is no secret that television ratings have been in a decline for WWE over the years. When asked about that recently, Vince McMahon downplayed its importance. He stated that other television shows on the USA Network are seeing similar declines, some having larger declines than Monday Night Raw. McMahon also stated that times have changed, as a lot of people are no longer watching television like they used to because we are now in a digital age.
February 11, 2016
Sheamus

Sheamus injures arm

Since he was spotted wearing a cast over his arm, the internet wrestling community was quite curious as to how Sheamus was doing. Reports have now surfaced that the cast was simply a precaution. The former world heavyweight champion is dealing with tendon issues in one of his arms. WWE still has plans on using him on television, but he's not going to be very active because they don't want to risk not having him at Wrestlemania.
January 28, 2016
Rosa Mendes

Rosa Mendes not fired

As some of you may already know, Rosa Mendes has been away from Monday Night Raw because she is currently pregnant. She recently noted that she was the first pregnant diva that WWE has employed. Many backstage believe that Rosa would have been released from her contract had Total Divas not been in existence. World Wrestling Entertainment felt that her pregnancy would be good for their reality television show.
January 22, 2016
Iron Mike Sharpe

Iron Mike Sharpe passes away

Earlier today, WWE issued an official announcement about the death of Iron Mike Sharpe at the age of 64. No cause of death has been reported at this point in time. Billing himself as the greatest athlete from Canada, Sharpe spent time in both the NWA and WWF, where he was memorably a jobber on the weekly television shows. Iron Mike spent some time training wrestlers after his retirement. His students include Charlie Haas.
January 18, 2016
Big Show

Vince McMahon on Big Show

A post on YouTube where WWE CEO Vince McMahon talks about Big Show dancing and singing with Olivia Munn on a television show.
January 16, 2016
Konnor

Konnor back with WWE

While it wasn't a very well known thing, Konnor was on the sidelines with what is believed to be a jaw injury of some sort. The Ascensions member recently made his return to WWE and is back on the road again. The belief is that he should be back on Monday Night Raw soon. Management isn't interested in pushing the tandem, however, so he might not be back on television right away.
January 10, 2016
Sasha Banks

Sasha Banks not injured

Since she has not worked a televised match in a while, rumors started floating around that Sasha Banks had an undisclosed injury. The WWE diva decided to respond to those allegations personally. Through social media, Sasha bemoaned the existence of such rumors, which implies that she is healthy enough to work matches. No word yet on when Banks will be booked for another television match.
January 9, 2016
Dwayne Johnson

Dwayne Johnson Boost Unit

A post on Instagram where WWE legend Dwayne Johnson reveals that his production company is launching a new television show called Boost Unit, which will focus on a street unit in the Los Angeles Police Department.
January 5, 2016