In case you missed Monday Night Raw, Vince McMahon unveiled a new stipulation for the match between Undertaker and Shane McMahon at Wrestlemania 32. If the former world heavyweight champion loses the match, then he will never get to perform at the biggest WWE pay per view of the year again. Of course, if Shane wins the match, then he takes over the flagship show for World Wrestling Entertainment. More stipulations possible.
March 22, 2016
Those of you tuning into Monday Night Raw this week will be treated by a Mick Foley appearance. The belief is that he will be involved in a segment with Shane McMahon, who is facing the Undertaker in a Hell in a Cell match at Wrestlemania 32. Foley will probably end up telling McMahon just how brutal the match can be. Since Mick is booked to be in Dallas for the big pay per view, the belief is that the segment might be more than just talking.
March 13, 2016
While all of the details of his contract have yet to be revealed, one interesting information on the pact between Shane McMahon and WWE has made it to the surface. The former vice president of World Wrestling Entertainment is being paid $120,000 for his appearances on Monday Night Raw before his big Hell in a Cell steel cage match at Wrestlemania against the Undertaker. That's more than what some full time performers are being paid.
March 3, 2016
Since the match with Undertaker at Wrestlemania is so high profile, Shane McMahon is making sure that he is as properly trained as he can be before stepping into that gigantic Hell in a Cell structure at AT&T Stadium next month. While he's going to end up working with several different people, the main person training McMahon right now is none other than Tommy Dreamer. The belief is that there will be some sort of hardcore spot being done.
March 2, 2016
While many wrestling fans are thrilled that Shane McMahon has finally made his much anticipated return to WWE, that feeling of joy might soon be gone because reports have surfaced that he doesn't plan to stick around after his match at Wrestlemania with the Undertaker. This is designed to be a short term deal, and McMahon still wants to continue to make his mark on the business world. Another potential return hasn't been ruled out yet.
February 25, 2016
One of the best kept secrets within the WWE locker room usually involves the Undertaker and his opponent at Wrestlemania. Reports have surfaced that the company has already decided on the opponent for this year. They're doing their best not to have that leaked to the internet wrestling community by not telling everyone in the company. There are a lot of rumors going around that the much anticipated match against Sting is happening.
February 18, 2016
Last week, it was reported that Vince McMahon was pushing for a Wrestlemania 32 match between Undertaker and Braun Strowman. It appears that may off the table for now. For starters, the Phenom was said to have not been all that interested in working with Strowman. Secondly, the internet wrestling community voiced their opinion on the match, and those words were said to have gotten back to McMahon and changed his mind.
February 8, 2016
Some interesting rumors are floating around about the Undertaker. It appears that the legendary performer isn't all that keen on working with Braun Strowman at Wrestlemania 32. There are talks that he might use his veto power when management asks him to sign on for the match. The belief is that he wants to work with a better in ring performer in case this is his last match. He wants to ensure that the performance is up to par.
February 4, 2016
Despite not being all that impressive in the ring or having that much character development, Braun Strowman is a big focus for WWE officials as they plan out how they want Wrestlemania 32 to unfold. Management really wants him to have a big role on the show. Some are even pushing for him to work a match against Undertaker, which is a pretty prime spot on the card. The front office might opt to protect him by doing a tag team match instead.
February 4, 2016
During the latest episode of his weekly Ross Report podcast interview show, Jim Ross reiterated that Brock Lesnar was really hesitant about breaking the Wrestlemania winning streak that the Undertaker owned. Ross stated that WWE officials had a much harder time trying to convince Lesnar to break the streak than it was convincing the Phenom to have the streak broken. Jim stated that Brock had too much respect to take the victory at first.
January 13, 2016