Wrestling Revealed

Wrestlemania attendance

When it comes to Wrestlemania, WWE loves to tout numbers because they love to break records. It makes the company look especially impressive to the media, which in turn makes them look impressive to potential advertisers. Vince McMahon was quite pleased that he was able to draw in 76,976 fans to Levi Stadium for the event. The CEO is hoping to break his own all time record with the big pay per view in Dallas next year.
March 30, 2015

WWE Network for free

If the $9.99 price tag is too much for you, you're in luck. The WWE Network will be free for the month of April. In addition to all of the usual content on there, you will also get to watch Extreme Rules for free. Vince McMahon saw the increase in subscribers after doing the same promotion back in February, so he wanted to give the subscribers count another boost in April. Earlier today, the company revealed that they had reached 1.3 million subscribers now.
March 30, 2015

Camp WWE

Since the company is hoping to produce a lot more content for their online video subscription service, Vince McMahon has decided to partner up with Seth Green. He and his Stoopid Buddy Stoodios will produce an adult cartoon called Camp WWE. The animated series will showcase the performers as being kids who attend a camp ran by McMahon himself. No release date has been given, but the company states that it will be this year.
March 30, 2015

WWE stocks drop

Earlier this morning, WWE announced to the world that they boosted their online video service subscribers count due to a successful Wrestlemania. Apparently, those numbers were not enough for investors. Quite a few of them sold their shares of the company, and the price of the stock dropped tremendously. Many felt that Vince McMahon failed to deliver on the hefty promise that he made when he started the Network.
March 30, 2015

Wrestlemania 32

A video on YouTube where WWE promotes the upcoming Wrestlemania taking place in a building in Dallas that is big enough to hold the egos of both Jerry Jones and Vince McMahon.
March 30, 2015

Wrestlemania proposal

A video on YouTube of a proposal that took place at Wrestlemania (not a WWE story line by Vince McMahon, by the way).
March 30, 2015

Sting vs Triple H

In the third match at Wrestlemania, Triple H defeated Sting by pin fall after hitting him with the end of a sledgehammer during a Stinger Splash attempt. The match thrilled the audience because Sean Waltman, Shawn Michaels, Billy Gunn and Road Dogg came out to help HHH, while Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash and Scott Hall came out to help their former WCW cohort. In the end, though, Vince McMahon made sure WWE won the battle.
March 29, 2015

WWE Diva Search

Despite having Tough Enough in the works, WWE has decided to bring back the Diva Search competition. It will be aired completely on their online video subscription service. Vince McMahon believes that having more shows on there will help increase the number of people who are paying each month. While it has not been discussed much lately, the goal is to still aim for 2 million subscribers. Searching for a diva might help with that.
March 29, 2015

WWE hall of fame rings

A video on YouTube of Vince McMahon and Triple H handing out hall of fame rings to the WWE legends.
March 29, 2015

NXT extra hour

The NXT live event last night started at 10pm local time. In order to save money on union costs, Vince McMahon needed his company to be out of the building by midnight. However, the WWE CEO was having so much fan and felt the electricity in the audience, he decided that it was a cost he was willing to pay. The show went on for another hour, which bodes well for wrestling fans that want to see Triple H gain more power backstage.
March 28, 2015