Wrestling Revealed

Sting

Sting replacing Rollins

The odds of Sting being utilized more frequently to help alleviate the loss of Seth Rollins are said to be extremely low. WWE is said to be concerned about his health after how badly he was banged up in his last match. It makes them want to only use him for special occasions. There is also a financial issue with using Sting more frequently. His asking is rightfully higher than normal. Plus, he does not do the tours.
November 8, 2015
Ryback

WWE launching gyms

Wrestlers know that when you are on the road, it is really hard to find a good gym in the various cities that WWE tours. A solution might have been found. Management is currently planning a partnership with Tapout where the two companies would launch gyms in various markets. Performers like Ryback and Seth Rollins would be heavily involved with the locations that are near them on their days off.
October 30, 2015
Kane

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
Ric Flair

Flair replacing Hogan

Since Hulk Hogan was forced out of the company, WWE needed someone to replace him. They're turning to the other legend backstage. Ric Flair has been pegged as the top candidate for the role. He will likely take over as a judge on Tough Enough this week. Flair is also most likely to replace Hogan when the company tours Australia in a couple of weeks.
July 24, 2015
Xavier Woods

Xavier Woods at Japan arcade

A post on Instagram where Xavier Woods reveals that he has been spending hours at various video game arcades throughout Japan. Being quite the enthusiast, Woods probably enjoys these tours more so than the other WWE performers.
July 18, 2015
Mojo Rowley

Zack Ryder to NXT

Hard as it may be to believe, but WWE is moving Zack Ryder even further away from the main roster. The veteran performer is now a full time participant in NXT live events. He will more than likely be utilized rather frequently when the brand starts doing national tours on a regular basis. Ryder has also been tasked with being a mentor for Mojo Rowley, a guy they have big plans for.
June 21, 2015
Lance Hoyt

Killer Elite Squad to GFW

Getting one of the top tag teams in New Japan was not enough for Jeff Jarrett. He went out and signed another one. Lance Hoyt and Davey Boy Smith Jr have both signed a contract with GFW. They will be a regular part of the roster, while also continuing to do tours of Japan. That way, they can maintain their international name value. While the two of them did not find a lot of success in WWE, they have established themselves as stars overseas.
May 6, 2015
Dixie Carter

TNA world tour

In a sign that the company might be more popular overseas than in the United States, TNA is reportedly about to announce that they are going to be doing major tours in China, India and Australia. Word going around is that the deals are finalized for the first two countries, but the front office is just waiting to complete the contracts for the third one before making the big announcement. Dixie Carter is taking a pretty bold step here.
April 10, 2015
Shinsuke Nakamura

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
Eva Marie

Eva Marie training again

It appears that Eva Marie has regained her health, as she has started doing in ring training again. Rather than working out at the performance center, however, she has opted to stay in California and work at a local school. WWE might be allowing that because the school is owned by Brian Kendrick, who recently made a return to the company by working a match on NXT. No word yet on when Eva will be back on the road for the weekly tours.
March 27, 2015