Wrestling Revealed


Abyss vs Undertaker

During a podcast interview with Jim Ross, Abyss revealed some details about how close he came to signing with WWE back in 2006. John Laurinaitis had an offer on the table, but he backed out of the deal at the very last minute because he did not want to leave TNA after spending so many years there. Abyss also revealed to Ross that there were plans for him to feud with Undertaker and work a big match together at Wrestlemania.
November 11, 2015

Undertaker vs Cena

With the devastating loss of Seth Rollins, WWE has been forced to make changes to their Wrestlemania lineup. The former world heavyweight champion was scheduled for one of the main event slots. One of the ideas that has been tossed around backstage is to finally pull that trigger on a match between John Cena and Undertaker, especially since the latter is running out of performers that he can work with.
November 8, 2015

Sting and Undertaker teaming

For the longest time, WWE fans have been yearning to see Sting and Undertaker battling another at Wrestlemania. Well, they might be seeing the two of them together in a ring very soon. Rumors are floating around that management could call upon Sting to make a return so that he can team up with Undertaker and Kane as they take on the Wyatt Family at the Survivor Series.
November 5, 2015

Angle vs Lesnar at Wrestlemania

Rumors have surfaced that there are those within WWE that are pushing management to set up a huge match between Kurt Angle and Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania. The former is set to be a free agent soon and has already stated that he is not in a rush to return to TNA. The latter needs a top level opponent to work against because his feud with the Undertaker has ran its course.
October 6, 2015

Undertaker next appearance

The internet wrestling community cannot get enough of the Undertaker, so there is going to be some disappointment when they realize that he might not be back on television for quite some time. The belief is that WWE is going to let him rest up until it is time to build up his big match at Wrestlemania, which is rumored to be a rematch against Brock Lesnar. He more than likely will return in March.
August 25, 2015

Monday Night Raw changes

Something big is supposed to happen on Monday Night Raw tonight, as rumors spread that WWE was going to be setting up huge matches at Wrestlemania. However, those plans are being changed at the moment. The writers are left to scramble a bit before the show starts since Undertaker decided to go back home to Texas instead of making an appearance. Sting, however, is still there.
August 24, 2015

Undertaker working out

A post on Twitter where it is revealed that Undertaker has been working out twice a day, which has led many to believe that he might be coming back to WWE sooner than Wrestlemania. The former world heavyweight champion is working out with the guy that usually helps Triple H in the gym.
July 13, 2015
Brock Lesnar

Lesnar beating Undertaker

For the longest time, rumors have persisted that Brock Lesnar did not want to be the one to beat the Undertaker and his legendary winning streak at Wrestlemania. Jim Ross confirmed that during a recent interview. The legendary commentator stated that the former world heavyweight champion asked management to change their mind about the decision, but the front office insisted on it happening.
June 24, 2015

Brock Lesnar vs Sheamus

For the longest time, Sheamus wanted really badly to work a Wrestlemania match against the Undertaker. He feels that the opportunity is now gone because his streak has been broken. The Celtic Warrior now wants to work a match against the man that broke that streak, and he wants it to happen at the biggest wrestling pay per view of the year. He stated during an interview that he hopes that WWE finally gives him a crack at Brock Lesnar.
May 16, 2015

Undertaker contract expiring

While details are hard to come by, there are reports surfacing that the contract between Undertaker and WWE is set to expire soon. Of course, none of that really matters because if he wants to work another match at Wrestlemania next year, then the front office will bend over backwards to make that happen. Despite his advanced age, he is still much more of a draw than the majority of the active performers on the main roster right now.
May 4, 2015