Wrestling Revealed

Cody Rhodes

Rhodes presenting trophy

As some of you may already know, there is a tag team tournament going on right now in NXT in honor of Dusty Rhodes, who passed away earlier this year. To make the finals even more special, WWE has made the decision to have Cody Rhodes and Goldust be the ones to present the trophy to the winning team. They will more than likely also give a speech about their father that night as well.
October 3, 2015
Braun Strowman

Undertaker and Kane reunion

Good news for those of you that want to see another reunion between Undertaker and Kane. You have a chance to witness that. However, you have to fly to Mexico to make that happen. The Brothers of Destruction will be joining forces when WWE tours the country in October. The two of them have been scheduled to work matches against Luke Harper and Braun Strowman, who will more than likely be doing the job for the veteran tandem.
September 24, 2015

Sarita farewell tour

In another sign that she is about to transition completely from an in ring performer to a full time trainer, it has now been announced that Sarita will be doing a farewell tour in Japan, a country where she absolutely loved performing in. She has already announced that she is leaving CMLL, her home promotion in Mexico. The international star is supposed to start working for WWE very soon.
September 5, 2015
Dusty Rhodes

Samoa Joe challenging Balor

Rumors have it that one of the ideas being floated around backstage in WWE is for Samoa Joe and Finn Balor to successfully win the Dusty Rhodes memorial tournament. That would then lead to Joe somehow challenging Balor for the NXT Championship in a friendly feud. That particular match would more than likely be the biggest draw for the developmental promotion at this point in time.
September 4, 2015

Undertaker touring Mexico

In case you haven't heard, Undertaker has not gone back into hibernation just yet. He is currently recovering from his brutal match against Brock Lesnar at Summerslam. The legendary performer is also training to stay in enough of a shape to work some more matches. The Phenom signed on with WWE for a tour of Mexico that is taking place in October.
September 3, 2015
Great Khali

Mark Henry to India

Since the company no longer has the expensive services of the Great Khali, they are forced to find other wrestlers to send to India to promote. The latest person to be sent to that country is Mark Henry, and he is on his way there this week. His promotional duties aren't for an upcoming tour, however. He is simply there to bring a little more awareness for WWE since they are televised there.
August 27, 2015
Lucha Dragons

Finn Balor and Samoa Joe team up

As some of you may already know, WWE is honoring Dusty Rhodes by doing a memorial tag team tournament. The first match has been announced, and it is considered a dream pairing for a lot of wrestling fans. Samoa Joe and Finn Balor have formed a tag team in hopes of winning the tournament to honor the American Dream. They will be facing the Lucha Dragons in the first round.
August 26, 2015
Dusty Rhodes

Dusty Rhodes Classic

Some great news coming out of the Takeover event in Brooklyn tonight. William Regal announced that WWE will be honoring Dusty Rhodes by doing a memorial tournament. It is supposed to start in two weeks and might be exclusive to NXT. Knowing the type of writer that Rhodes used to be, there is a very good chance that singles performers will join up and form a tag team for the sole purpose of competing in the tournament.
August 22, 2015
Kevin Owens

Cesaro replacing Cena

When the company announced that John Cena would be forced to miss the upcoming tour of Australia due to a broken nose, they knew that they needed someone special to replace their biggest draw. Fortunately for WWE, Antonio Cesaro has been gaining momentum and popularity as of late. He has been announced as the replacement by Shawn Michaels, and he will be facing Kevin Owens.
August 1, 2015
John Cena

John Cena pulled

In a sign that his broken nose injury might be a lot more serious than the internet wrestling community believes, John Cena has not only been pulled from live events and telvision, the United States Heavyweight Champion has also been removed from the upcoming tour of Australia. That is a pretty serious move because WWE knows that Cena is quite the draw in that country.
July 31, 2015