Wrestling Revealed

Sting will speak

Since it is the final episode of Monday Night Raw before Wrestlemania, WWE wanted to kick things off with a big bang. They decided to turn to one of the greatest performers that the industry has ever seen. It has now been revealed that Sting will finally speak tonight. Unless things change backstage, it is expected to be the first segment of the evening. He obviously will address his upcoming match with Triple H.
March 23, 2015

Sting at Monday Night Raw

If you're a big fan of Sting, then you are going to want to tune into Monday Night Raw tonight. He is currently in Iowa and will be backstage shortly. An appearance was agreed upon so that WWE could hype up his high profile match against Triple H at Wrestlemania. The former WCW World Heavyweight Champion might even make another appearance next week to help out before stepping into the ring at the pay per view the following week.
March 16, 2015

Ric Flair responds

A video on YouTube of an unaired backstage segment during Monday Night Raw where Ric Flair talks about his return to WWE and being attacked by Triple H.
February 18, 2015

HHH buries Lashley

When Bobby Lashley left WWE, a lot of fans were left wondering why he was never given the chance to be the top star. Some even suggested that racism was a factor. However, the latest reports are suggesting that it could have been the typical backstage politics that kept him from being given bigger pushes. It is being said that Triple H and Shawn Michaels were burying Lashley in front of management as early as his tryouts.
February 16, 2015

Arn Anderson buries CM Punk

As many of you have already heard, reports surfaced earlier this month that Shawn Michaels and Triple H were the ones that buried CM Punk in front of management backstage when the latter was doing a tryout for WWE. However, another name has surfaced within that group. It is being said that Arn Anderson was another person that was against Punk. The legendary Four Horsemen member has had backstage heat with Punk a couple of times.
February 16, 2015

Shawn Michaels denies rumors

Reports surfaced earlier this month about former WWE writer Court Bauer revealing that Shawn Michaels and Triple H were the ones that buried CM Punk when he was doing tryouts with the company. During an interview with TapouT Radio, Michaels was asked about the allegations. He strongly denied that it happened. Michaels stated that he was one of Punk's biggest supporters backstage. He even went as far as to say that he didn't know who the writer was.
February 16, 2015

WWE Mexican wrestler

Since the company has seen their numbers in Mexico taking a severe drop, Triple H is now heavily pushing for WWE to find themselves another Mexican star that can draw some of the audience back. The criteria right now is that the person has to be at least six feet tall, can work solidly in the ring and is bilingual. Ironically enough, a person that fits that description is Alberto Del Rio, who was recently released by the company for a backstage incident.
February 12, 2015

Steve Austin podcast

Nothing but positive reactions have come out of Steve Austin interviewing Vince McMahon and Triple H separately on his podcast show. Management loves it because it brought a good amount of attention to the WWE Network. It is being said that they are interested in Stone Cold doing more episodes in conjunction with them. The wrestlers backstage also love the show because Austin has not avoided asking the tougher questions.
February 11, 2015

WWE ratings drop

A good amount of concern has encompassed those backstage in WWE this week when the ratings came out. Vince McMahon was surprised to find out that approximately 600,000 viewers turned away from the latest episode of Monday Night Raw, despite there being hope that Sting would show up in person to respond to Triple H and his challenge. The show was up against the series premiere episodes of Better Call Saul, and that played a factor.
February 10, 2015

CM Punk buried

A former WWE writer has revealed a new wrinkle in the backstage feud between Triple H and CM Punk. During a podcast interview, Court Bauer stated that when Punk was working a tryout match for the company, HHH and Shawn Michaels were completely ripping him backstage. They joked harshly about his look and his performance in front of Vince McMahon and John Laurinaitis, who was the head of talent relations at the time.
February 6, 2015